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In this episode Guillermo meets the queen of vegan cheese, Miyoko Schinner, and learns how to make a basic cashew cheese at home. They talk about the current state of the dairy industry, and how plant-based production can ultimately be its savior, and ours.

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Offal is having a big moment in the food world, which prompted Guillermo (a self proclaimed offal lover) to visit chef Jeremy Salamon (one of NYC's youngest LGBTQ rising star chefs) at The Eddy, right on time to celebrate Pride month.

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Read the How Often Do You Eat Fast Food? discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion, Fast Food food community. Join the discussion today.

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Torta is correct there was a thread recently. I have sailed Seabourn (south america), Celebrity (bermuda) and Princess (alaska). Food quality in same order, seabourn, celebrity then princess, but all were very very good.

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Our church is planning it's annual dinner/dance fundraiser. Last year's theme was the 1970's, the year before was the 50's. This year's theme is the 1940's.

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Depends on the cruise line and even the ships within the cruise line whether the food is good. Buffets are available for b-fast, lunch and dinner on all the cruises I've been on with only one "midnight" chocolate buffet on one ship.

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I've never been to Chicago (connecting thru O'Hare doesn't count, does it?) but I've got a client who needs Chicago-themed food at a reception (I work for a catering company in San Francisco). The only things I can think of are deep-dish pizza and special hot dogs we once had to fly in for another client a long time ago.

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My mail box has been filled the past two weeks with catalogs filled with those overpriced Christmas tortes and other assorted items. I have noticed that some of the catalogs have identical pictures so, am I correct in assuming then that some bakery somewhere just mass produces these things?

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The editor says this claim is questionable, bu that fresh hay does give a sweet and appealing fragrance to the meat. Any mild-tasting smoked or salted cut of pork would work. Ideally your hay will have been recently cut and dried in the sun, otherwise use alfalfa hay purchased from pet shops (alfalfa hay is the sweetest).

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Read page 3 of the Cooking in hay? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Food Nostalgia food community. Join the discussion today. These Feel-Good Snacks Are Eco-Friendly and Delicious. 10 Stylish Coolers Way Nicer Than the Ones You Grew Up With + Newsletter Shop Site Feedback FAQ. Home Cooking.

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Portland Punch was a concentrated bottled punch base which seemed to be a local specialty in the Pacific Northwest. You added water and/or soda pop to make a big bowlful -- this was a standard feature on the side table at family parties.

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In this episode Guillermo meets the queen of vegan cheese, Miyoko Schinner, and learns how to make a basic cashew cheese at home. They talk about the current state of the dairy industry, and how plant-based production can ultimately be its savior, and ours.

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Read the Green Rice - what is it? why is it? discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion food community. Join the discussion today. 7 Amazing Kitchen & Home Products in 2020's Color of the Year. 14 Aldi Finds We're Dying to Try in October + Newsletter Shop Site Feedback FAQ / Help Center.

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1. Quick-pickle, cold brine method. This wouldn't be terribly shelf stable because of the dilution of the brine. Do Vlasic pickles (which say "never heated" on the label) use this method? 2. Hot brine, hot-process method. Seems like most supermarket pickles fall into this category.

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If it was a filled, dried pasta, like tortellini, I might chuck it out. If it's just durum (semolina) and water, I'd probably go ahead and risk it. But, I also said it's probably OK to eat that pot of chili that sat out all night, too. Does rice go bad? What about dried beans/legumes? If anyone knows for sure, please post. Thanks, Adam

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So, I just tried uni for the first time last night at a restaurant in LA. I didn't hate it and it was actually better tasting than I thought it would be considering that it looks pretty wrong at first glance. But I guess I was curious as to what really good uni is supposed to taste like.

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My taste buds are old and numbed by years of spicy food, but as far as I can tell catfish is just plain white mild fish, with a moist and succulent texture - you gonna love it! (Pardon me, it's a Southern favorite - "Bless yo' heart, ahm sure y'all will just love it!"

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Salmon wiggle was a home made cream sauce, canned salmon and peas...I alway thought my dad made the name up! since we're talking about late 40's/early 50's, it was probably canned peas ( somehow LeSeur Baby Peas springs in to the old memory bank).

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Read the Best condiment to throw on a hot dog? discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion food community. Join the discussion today. ... YVW mcsheridan. Reply rudeboy Jul 3, 2014 04:51 PM re: iL Divo Sounds a bit more natural than the Heinz. I wonder how sweet it is. Seems like the red pepper would be better than green, though.

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Ever tried HelloFresh? New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. NonnieMuss | May 11, 2015 10:33 AM 4. I received a card for $40 off an order (minimum order $69). I might give it a try just out of curiosity, but wondered if ...

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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Concur with others, directly from Amazon, and how much is shipping, like at least one other asked. I do not mean to shill, but Amazon from amazon rocks, as long as they have the product in stock and perhaps you might make sure ready to ship.. Recently they ran over time on an item that already was going to take 6 days for them to get and send, and they had to re-schedules shipping, but thats ...

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Actually, Harold McGee credits the etymology of barbecoa to be from the west indies. While the word is indeed Spanish in origin, it came through the West Indies, where Taino, which was a "framework of green sticks suspended on corner posts on which fish, meat and other foods were laid and cooked in the open over fire and coals" became American barbecue by colonial times.

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Bring your ATM card to withdraw pesos from your USA bank account as needed. When you make a withdrawal from a Mexican ATM, the money is spit out to you in pesos, and your bank will automatically convert the peso amount to dollars to withdraw from your account. DO NOT carry a large amount of money with you from the USA to Mexico.

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Wow, I didn't even know there was a general board. Duh. Anyway, I want to make some of the cookies in the December issue of Food & Wine, but they call for fleur de sel and make a big deal out of it. You know, the fleur de sel enhances the flavor of the cookie, blah blah.

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Now that AnimeVice and GiantBomb are no longer in bed together... do I still send my Jar video questions to Jeff on AnimeVice?lol

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Read page 2 of the The Cheese-ing of America discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion food community. Join the discussion today. A Steal of a Coffee Maker for Just $15 Today (Not a Drill, People!)

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I EAT the sage that I grow, so I hope this query is appropriate here, rather than on the NAF board: My enormous green sage plant has shot up buds that are now blossoming, first time for this puppy. My purple one is small and has no shoots.

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Worse than fingernails on the blackboard. Reply monfrancisco Apr 1, 2012 03:29 PM I'm in. "Unpleasant" is the refrain that goes through my mind when I'm using it, since I don't like to conjure up disturbing images...

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l had always preferred the hand sliced pastrami and thought it was the thickness of the meat that made the difference. l was just instructed by two deli owners what the true difference is between the two methods of dealing with pastrami.

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