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  • VIDEO: The Achiote Miracle that Will Change the Way You Barbecue

    01/16/2021 9:12:55 AM PST · by PJ-Comix · 38 replies
    Rumble ^ | January 16, 2021 | DUmmie FUnnies
    VIDEOIn this video I demonstrate how to make marinade out of Achiote paste that will drastically improve the quality of your barbecue food, especially chicken. In fact, I have never been satisfied with the quality of barbecue chicken...until I barbecued chicken using Achiote.It is very easy to prepare the Achiote marinade as I demonstrate in this video. It will greatly improve both the taste and texture of your food.Brining: 1 tbsp kosher salt 1 tsp crushed thymeMarinade: 3 oranges squeezed 2 limes squeezed 1 tsp kosher salt 1 tsp cummin 1 tsp crushed peppercorns 3 cloves crushed garlic 1.75 oz...
  • What do you call this macaroni dish? Viral post divides Twitter users

    12/29/2020 4:38:33 PM PST · by mylife · 113 replies
    today ^ | 12/28/2020 | ronnie koenig
    Goulash, American chop suey, slumgullion — whatever you call it, this meaty, comforting dish is just the thing to warm up with on a cold winter night! But when one person on Twitter posted a picture of the dish she grew up calling slumgillion, also known as slumgullion, many users were divided over what exactly the right name is for this winter classic. "What do you call this?" posited @SandySue1958 on Sunday. "Growing up, my mother called it slumgillion." Slumgullion is known as a cheap stew made from leftovers, but not everyone was in agreement. In fact, the responses to...
  • The Historic Problem With Hoppin' John

    12/28/2020 4:33:17 PM PST · by mylife · 61 replies
    serious eats ^ | 12/22/2020 | robert moss
    New Year's Day is approaching, which means we need to have a little talk about Hoppin' John. A savory blend of rice and black-eyed peas, it's served alongside collard greens as the traditional New Year's Day meal in the South and, increasingly, in other parts of the country. Eating those two dishes will ensure prosperity in the new year, and the collards represent greenbacks and the black-eyed peas coins. Or so they say. For a long time, if offered a plate of collards and Hoppin' John on New Years, I would have been inclined to say, "keep the change," for...
  • Blackened Chicken Thighs - Perfectly Done - Very Easy Recipe

    05/23/2020 3:59:33 PM PDT · by SamAdams76 · 58 replies
    Purchase chicken thighs with skin on. Air-chilled is best but skin on is a must. Don't get the skinless. When ready to cook, take chicken thighs out of refrigerator and lightly coat with olive oil. Then sprinkle on the following spices (both sides): Kosher salt Black pepper Garlic powder Onion powder Tarragon Rosemary Cayenne pepper to taste (optional) Let sit on counter for 20-30 minutes. Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees. Put cast iron skillet on stovetop, apply light coating of avocado or olive oil and heat on high under it starts smoking. Put in chicken thighs SKIN SIDE DOWN and...
  • Comfort Food & Scratch Cooking: What the Data Tells Us About COVID-19’s Impact on Home Cooking Habits

    04/04/2020 6:52:29 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 54 replies
    The Spoon ^ | APRIL 4, 2020 | Michael Wolf
    While it’s hard to see the bright side of things during the dark days of the coronavirus pandemic, one potential silver lining is the fact most consumers are cooking more at home. Research has shown that home cooking not only often can lead to healthier overall lifestyles, but it’s also a good life skill to teach kids. And whether you’re taking a casual tour of social media or looking at data from any number of sources, signs today definitely point to more of us making our own food. A lot more of us. But what specifically do the numbers say?...
  • Stomach-Churning Recipe for Bat Soup as Animals Named as Possible Coronavirus Host

    03/25/2020 3:15:06 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 35 replies
    Daily Star ^ | Niamh Cavanagh
    Bat soup is a delicacy across China and in Wuhan where the virus originated. While there is no evidence linking it to coronavirus, bats have been identified as creatures that could host the virusA recipe has been found online for the bat soup after the flying mammals were identified as creatures that could host the deadly coronavirus. The delicacy, simply titled “bat soup recipe”, gives a list of ingredients and the instructions to cook up the dish from China. The list includes three or four live fruit bats that are washed but not skinned, water, garlic, ginger, soya sauce and...
  • Shaken not Stirred?

    03/20/2020 11:34:30 PM PDT · by Oshkalaboomboom · 31 replies
    Vanity ^ | 3/21/2020 | Oshkalaboomboom
    I have all of the ingredients to make my own hand sanitizer using alcohol, aloe vera and hydrogen peroxide. Every recipe I have read calls for putting the ingredients in a bowl or large measuring cup, adding the ingredients, stirring then pouring into a container for use or storage. I would imagine that by using this method there is always going to be a certain amount left in the mixing container. So my idea is to pour the ingredients into my storage bottle, putting the cap on, giving it a good shake to mix things up then leaving it for...
  • ‘Twas the Sunday Before Thanksgiving…

    11/24/2019 6:32:35 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 3 replies
    MOTUS A.D. ^ | 11-24-19 | MOTUS
    …and all through the land not a soul was yet stirring, I blame broadband.Bam! - just like that it’s the Sunday before Thanksgiving and that holiday feast isn’t going to cook itself. We’ve been at this for over 10 years now and over that time I’ve shared almost all my old standby holiday recipes with you. Some of the holiday recipes I’ve posted are very, very old indeed (Mom’s Souper Sloppy Joes and Mom’s Goulash for holiday-eve repasts) some just old old (my Best Ever Banana Bread and White Bean Chili) and some are relatively new (my sister’s irresistible breakfast...
  • And That’s Why We Have Windows: Panzanella Construction edition

    09/03/2019 6:16:33 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 3 replies
    MOTUS A.D. ^ | 9-3-19 | MOTUS
    I know it’s nice to have warning in order to prepare, but for our friends in Florida, Georgia, South – and now North – Carolina, along with their anxious relatives elsewhere, in must seem as if they’ve been waiting on Dorian for a month now. Being caught in a real life Groundhog Day is exhausting. To all who find themselves in the path of the storm, I’m certain your fellow MOTI will keep you in their prayers.So for today’s diversion I’m just going to assemble my panzanella salad for you. I made this last Friday, when the weather was perfect...
  • A Weekly Dose of President Trump - Trump Family Train (1/1/19 to 1/31/19)

    01/01/2019 8:18:23 AM PST · by DollyCali · 8,983 replies
    FRiends and Deplorables | Janary 1, 2019 | DollyCali
    WELCOME 2019 ENDING 2018THE WEEK THAT WAS THE GOOD, THE BAD THE UGLY A LITTLE DIFFERENT THIS WEEK. See post number one! Welcome all you Deplorables to this week's edition of the Dose! This is EVERYTHING TRUMP. Administration, family, frustrations, joys, winning! We welcome your research, your commentary, your personal OT sharing and your presence. Even if you do not share a lot, just check in and say hi. Lurkers are welcome to become posters! THIS N THAT from the prior week We LOVE our Melania!!!!--CLICK POTUS 18 DAY WorkCation at Mar-a-Lago was deep-sixed and he ended up all...
  • Potato Bombs recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

    06/17/2018 12:22:51 PM PDT · by V K Lee · 27 replies
    Taters Gone Wild, these BBQ Pit Boys stuffed Baked Potato Bombs are kick-ass good eatin' at any Pit, family picnic or tailgating party. So crank up the music, put your BBQ Shoes on, pop open a beer, and grab some spuds because Taters don't get any better than this...!
  • Slouching Towards Turkey Day

    11/21/2017 5:58:53 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 5 replies
    MOTUS A.D. ^ | 11-21-17 | MOTUS
    The Thanksgiving marathon is starting early for team MOTUS as we’re heading out today for the first of several stops between now and next weekend. So that means it’s officially recipe day!I’ll be making these little gems for the pre-Thanksgiving dinner hour. We’ll be with Raj’s clan for Thanksgiving where the phrase “if everyone’s in charge nobody’s in charge” may have been invented. Dinner is always “planned” for 2:00 pm but never really hits the runway until 6:00 pm or so – and that’s in a good year when whoever signed up for the main event remembers to put the...
  • How to Make Cantonese Famous Char Siu Quick and Simple (Bright Red Chinese Pork from Restaurants)

    03/31/2017 8:32:50 PM PDT · by brucedickinson · 16 replies
    Youtube ^ | 11-22-2016 | Cici Li
    How to easily make Cantonese Char Siu at home? This is quick and simple recipe that anyone can master!
  • Students recreate 5,000-year-old Chinese beer recipe

    02/09/2017 9:11:13 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 8 replies
    phys.org ^ | February 8, 2017 | Alex Shashkevich
    Liu, together with doctoral candidate Jiajing Wang and a group of other experts, discovered the 5,000-year-old beer recipe by studying the residue on the inner walls of pottery vessels found in an excavated site in northeast China. The research, which was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, provided the earliest evidence of beer production in China so far. The ancient Chinese made beer mainly with cereal grains, including millet and barley, as well as with Job's tears, a type of grass in Asia, according to the research. Traces of yam and lily root parts also appeared in...
  • Vegan Eggplant Rollatini

    01/03/2017 6:29:37 PM PST · by JLatnor123 · 15 replies
    Peaceful Dumpling ^ | November 11, 2016 | Juhea Kim
    Last week I went to a vegan umami cooking class down in Chelsea. Last time I went to a professional cooking class was a vegan baking class at Blossom Bakery. That was on a Saturday morning, there was plenty of red wine involved, and it was a much smaller class (just 3 students including myself, plus our teacher) so it was very relaxed. This time it was on a Thursday night; it lasted 4 hours; we were divided into 4 teams, each team making 4 dishes with our chef and her assistants swarming around. Talk about intense! But I did...
  • Thanksgiving recipe thread (yeah a vanity I know)

    11/23/2016 8:36:51 PM PST · by SaveFerris · 64 replies
    FR ^ | 11/23/2016 | me
    OK, FRiends, just typed this recipe out for someone else, so thought I'd toss it out there in case anyone wants to follow one of my mad creations. In any case, so far we've had a challenging year but we've made it through some tough times, so I'd also like to praise the God of Israel, that even in these lean times, there are still things for me to be thankful for and I'm sure many of you as well. FReepers needing prayer, recipes, thankfulness, whatever. I'm off to do other things. Got potatoes sliced up roasting in the oven...
  • Secret recipe for KFC fried chicken (probably) revealed by the Colonel's nephew

    08/23/2016 10:10:12 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 53 replies
    SFGATE.com ^ | Tuesday, August 23, 2016 | Dianne de Guzman
    <p>What started as a travel story for the Chicago Tribune has morphed into one of the biggest fast food recipe reveals: the original recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken. The story of the how the recipe was (literally) placed into a reporter's hands started simply enough. A reporter travelled to the Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum and met with Joe Ledington, the nephew of Harland David Sanders (AKA Colonel Sanders).</p>
  • KFC recipe challenge: Tribune kitchen puts the 11 herbs and spices to the test

    08/23/2016 10:26:15 PM PDT · by monkapotamus · 75 replies
    Chicago Tribune ^ | August 19, 2016 | Joe Gray
    Ledington, 67, says he used to blend the spices that went into his uncle's world-famous fried chicken, and the recipe in question is the real deal... How was it? Well, really good. In fact, tasters agreed the test kitchen fried chicken was even better than the Colonel's. But more important, did it taste like the Colonel’s secret blend of herbs and spices? It came very close, yet something was still missing. That’s when a reporter grabbed a small container of the MSG flavor-enhancer Accent (how did that get in the test kitchen?) and sprinkled it on a piece of the...
  • Home Made Pastrami

    04/16/2016 12:17:24 PM PDT · by Mariner · 38 replies
    My Fetid Mind | April 16th, 2016 | Mariner
    First, don't be intimidated, because it's easy! Easy Method:1 4-5lb Corned Beef Brisket from the market in the Cryo bag1/4 cup black pepper corns1/4 cup Coriander Seeds2 Tbsp Mustard Seed1 Tbsp Garlic PowderDirections:1. Unwrap brisket, rinse and soak in large pan of fresh cold water for 1 hour2. Combine all seeds and pepper corns into a coffee grinder and grind courseAdd to little bowl with other ingredients and stir. That's your rub.3. Remove brisket, dry thoroughly and cover in the rub. Let sit in fridge for 1-2 hours...dry4. Start you smoker during this time. Smoke at 250deg (I use mesquite,...
  • A Lone Ranger Campfire Cake

    03/04/2016 2:27:06 PM PST · by SandRat · 15 replies
    This Recipie is so neat!!!