Re: bittersweet chocolate
Today there are specialty chocolates, like Tccho Unsweetened at 99%. These are delicious and I would like to use them in something like a flourless chocolate cake. It would be helpful to have instructions on how to adjust a recipe written many years ago.
posted: 12:29 pm on November 20th
Re: Video: How to Grill Corn on the Cob
I can't view the video but I agree with wlundycan that the silks do not have to be removed before grilling. They slip off easily afterwards.
posted: 6:57 pm on July 9th
Re: Win Steven Raichlen's Favorite Grill Tools
Grilling is the playtime for those who love to cook. The clever utensils are some well designed toys to tickle us "kids" as well as keep us safe.
posted: 12:57 pm on June 18th
Re: Win Bruce Aidells's Must-Have Grill Tools
A top quality collection of grilling joy-toys!!
posted: 4:40 pm on June 5th
Re: Got Rabbit?
Yes, of course you should print rabbit recipes. It says volumes that you haven't so far. I like the magazine but feel it should stretch way further than it has. Why do you feel you have to put it to a vote?
posted: 1:42 am on January 9th
Re: Two Tools for Shaving Fennel
I am so addicted to the use of the Kyocera tool you show for slicing fennel. It is fast and efficient and I love the paper thin slices for salads. I just toss them into the vinegar or lemon juice, that has been salted, in the salad bowl and they sit taking in the acid until I add the greens. It works well for radishes too, as it would for many crisp additions to a salad.
posted: 12:54 am on January 9th
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