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  1. #241
    When I think super easy I think rendered duck fat.
    Hungry

  2. #242
    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconCav06 View Post
    When I think super easy I think rendered duck fat.
    It's what melts off the duck breasts. You put the duck in a dry pan (with no oil or butter) and tons melt off. Then I just poured it into another pan and crisped up the potatoes.

  3. #243
    It does seem like almost every dish that uses duck fat is delicious

  4. #244
    especially with potatoes.

  5. #245
    Mustard potatoes, smoked wings, sauerkraut for dinner.

  6. #246
    My wife did her first low country boil tonight. Turned out great!


  7. #247
    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid Karma View Post
    My wife did her first low country boil tonight. Turned out great!

    That's one of my favorite things my mom makes. We have one of the best seafood markets in the country and the shrimp boats dock right outside so the shrimp are amazing.

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    For some reason I just can't make a good risotto at home
    just drivin' round in John Voight's car

  9. #249
    Quote Originally Posted by palmab03 View Post
    For some reason I just can't make a good risotto at home
    Use this recipe, super easy and you don't have to stir a ton

    http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2...to-recipe.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarcaDeac View Post
    Use this recipe, super easy and you don't have to stir a ton

    http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2...to-recipe.html
    I picked up all the stuff and now the asian is making this for me now.
    just drivin' round in John Voight's car

  11. #251
    Two important things:

    1. Has anyone had any success baking bread at home without a bread maker? Follow up: is a bread maker a good thing to get?

    2. Learn me a good hummus recipe. I've tried like a billion, including several from the boards, and still haven't found a home run yet. Looking for a good base formula that I can get creative with.

  12. #252
    Bread maker really helps for bread. I loved mine from the 80s before it finally broke.

  13. #253
    Full disclosure, I haven't actually tried this hummus recipe, but I have tried a lot of things from this site and have been very pleased:

    http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2013/...smooth-hummus/

    It is on my list to try.

  14. #254
    If you want an impossibly easy recipe that's super quick, make this:

    http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/10/c...-food-lab.html

  15. #255
    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconSoDear View Post
    Full disclosure, I haven't actually tried this hummus recipe, but I have tried a lot of things from this site and have been very pleased:

    http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2013/...smooth-hummus/

    It is on my list to try.
    i <3 smitten kitchen
    I know how to spell definitely.

  16. #256
    grilled pizza (mozz, prosciutto, arugula, diced red pepper) on Monday with a new method and it was goddamn delicious

  17. #257
    I got a wicked craving the other day for my mom's spaghetti with meat sauce. I haven't cooked it in years since it has stuff like jarred Ragu and other canned tomato things, but dammit if I'm not making tonight. Though I'm subbing ground turkey supplemented with a half pound of chuck instead of full ground chuck.

    Usually I'm making much more complicated pasta sauces/braises, but this one was my favorite thing as a kid

  18. #258
    Marinated some tofu in chermoulah, honey, bay leaves and bleu cheese. Roasted it with some summer squash, cherry tomatoes, garlic, onions, potatoes, and artichokes. Put it over some sauteed mustard greens and dandelion greens. Good stuff.

  19. #259
    It's been tough adjusting to the difficulty of grocery shopping in NYC. Any recommendations for recipes that don't involve a bunch of ingredients that I have to take home 50 blocks with me?

  20. #260
    Quote Originally Posted by MysteryMen View Post
    It's been tough adjusting to the difficulty of grocery shopping in NYC. Any recommendations for recipes that don't involve a bunch of ingredients that I have to take home 50 blocks with me?
    No. Get used to lugging groceries on the subway with you. It's a rite of passage.

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