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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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a tip for zapping: i have a round mitt (but constructed of fabric and padding like an oven mitt -- and no metal). the mitt is great for heating bread, tortillas (or zapping a potato, for that matter.) the puffy fabric absorbs the moisture that is thrown off, and would normally make a zapped burrito, e.g., soggy at the place of plate contact -- even with a paper towel.

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Guy was in the kitchen with an Asian chef who was using Coca Cola as a marinade, I think for beef. I'm intrigued. I’ve used sugar and baking soda to tenderize meat for stir-fry’s but never Cola. I’ve grown up hearing “Coke will take the rust off bolts”. Does Coke flavor and tenderize? What type of meat do you use it on?

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Best marinade for Carne Asada? 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. badgerboyng | Aug 24, 2018 10:36 AM 3. I've been on a mission to master my carne asada and steak tacos for a while now. I typically use flank or skirt ...

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Hi-I'm getting ready to make my usual Passover brisket, but was thinking of doing a wine/thyme marinade first. I've never done this. Usually I sprinkle paprika, black pepper, and garlic powder liberally on the meat, brown at high temp for awhile, turning once and sprinkling more of the same, then lower the temp, add vegetables, water, etc, and roast for hours.

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lcool Sep 21, 2012 05:50 AM re: Gio same here,no fuss into the freezer When using a hot one I only minimally thaw to chop or slice,not so slippery. same here,no fuss into the freezer When using a hot one I only minimally thaw to chop or slice,not so slippery.

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Thawing frozen scrambled egg burritos would take time and technique. Breakfast burritos using a MW would be faster and less mess. Get out the tortillas and heat in dry pan; crack egg in bowl, lightly whip and nuke until it rises like a wild souffle; assemble with your addiitons.

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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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I want to try out a recipe for a beef stew which is supposed to be cooked in a Dutch oven for 2hrs at a temp of 300 degrees. I don't have a Dutch oven but I do have a stainless steel stockpot that is oven safe.

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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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My finance is on tough diet right now, with no grains and very little sugars and fats. Dinner is supposed to be lean protein and green veggies. No oils... I made dinner the other night, grilled chicken marinated in lemon, lime and black pepper, with steamed veggies. What can I do to kick it up?

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It's the ingredient that holds Australia's beloved Chocolate Crackles, together. From memory I think it's 4 cups of Rice Bubbles (maybe Rice Crispies to you), 1.5 cups of icing sugar, i cup of dessicated coconut and 4 heaped tablespoons of cocoa powder.

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Not a spreadsheet exactly, but my friend used the lotsa Helping Hands website. She designated someone else to do most of the setting-up stuff, but then she would go into the calendar and post which days she wanted someone to bring her food.

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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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Most people know that one of the "secrets" to KFC (personally, I'm a fine of the stuff) is the fact that they fry it in a pressure cooker. Now, an industrial pressure fryer is a pretty scary thing to have in the house.

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Try this: Carrot Souffle. 1 pound carrots 4 ounces butter 3 eggs 1/4 cup sugar 3 T. flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. vanilla Pinch of salt. Peel and slice carrots, or use one pound bag of baby

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It seems like every week, I buy a big bag of spinach, and end up with about half of it left on Sundays. It's not really rotten at all, but it's starting to get old and I can tell it wouldn't really be fresh enough to use in a spinach salad.

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Migas. 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. jpc8015 | Jul 13, 2013 02:57 AM 4. What do you put in your migas? Want to stay up to date with this post?

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I can't get beef consomme at my grocery store. I am planning on trying a Rachael Ray recipe for French Onion Soup topped French bread pizza. After caramelizing onions and deglazing with sherry, you are supposed to add a can of beef consomme and cook to thicken up. you use this as a topping over french bread.

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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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My local Thai restaurant uses spearmint in place of Thai basil quite often. I discovered that a few mint leaves with melon and prosciutto is nice and looks a bit fancy on the plate. It went over well at our last block party.

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So many recipes call for adding "salt to taste", and I often find that I don't add enough. For example, last night I made lamb kofte, using 1.25 pounds of lamb, and they were decidedly undersalted - but of course I don't know how much I added - maybe a large pinch.

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Sichuan peppercorns don't contribute a major flavor so much as they provide an anesthetic effect on the tongue--that is, they make your tongue feel numb. No real substitute. As another poster points out, you could mail-order them.

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Pepperplate Tags. 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. ludmilasdaughter | Aug 8, 2013 12:05 PM 9. Another thread on personal recipe storage reminded me that I really need to organize my Pepperplate recipes. I'm ...

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Shrimp is on sale at Food Lion this week, so I am thinking about making a simple blackened shrimp on the stovetop this weekend. I'm just struggling to come up with ideas of what to serve with it. Does anyone have any ideas (that preferably aren't pasta?) It's not for a special occasion or anything. Thanks for your input!

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I made a big pot of roasted pepper soup last night, and though I was careful to pick out any burnt bits from the onions and peppers, there's a slight bitter hint to the end of each bite.

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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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