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Learning how to poach eggs! Anyone have tips?
3yr
Made a speedy breakfast with @akhilg2002 of mushrooms topped with poached eggs and homegrown basi...
Made a speedy breakfast with @akhilg2002 of mushrooms topped with poached eggs and homegrown basil (yes the basil is still alive!). Not perfect, but these eggs turned out better than before. I trie...
  • JenniferEmilson Yes- while you are waiting for your water to boil, and then drop to a moderate summer, crack your egg onto a small sieve (like you light use for tea) set over a cup. Let it drain all the loose bits...
  • Rachna Oh wow I was stirring like crazy! I'll try this next time. Thanks!
  • marynfulton2 Add a little vinegar to your water! It helps the egg stay together as well 😊
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Is dashi the "new" stock?
3yr food52.com
Who is a dashi fan? I've never made it, but imagine it would indeed be a great stand-in for veggi...
Who is a dashi fan? I've never made it, but imagine it would indeed be a great stand-in for veggie stock. I always used the box kind (except for Thanksgiving when I make my own) and don't mind it a...
  • Udi What is Dashi?
  • annefood @Udi it's a Japanese broth made from water, kombu (kelp) and bonito flakes (dried tuna). The nice thing is that you can make it without fresh ingredients.
Love hard boiled eggs, but have a hard time taking the shell off. Any good tricks to share with me?
3yr
SimplySeema's post
  • sugardetoxme Don't use fresh ones (unfortunately) and shock with cold water right after boiling.
  • sugardetoxme Also putting eggs in a closed Tupperware and shaking vigorously to shatter the shell works
  • lauren I was told salt will do the trick!
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Broil shrimp in the oven for a mess-free meal!
3yr annefood.com
This is a great weeknight dish because it doesn't make a mess and it's pretty fast! Perfect for a...
This is a great weeknight dish because it doesn't make a mess and it's pretty fast! Perfect for a potluck too, as it can be assembled ahead, eaten cold and would transport well. Don't the shrimp an...
Fresh cilantro & avocado are two of my kitchen staples. What are some of yours?
3yr
marynfulton2's post
  • akhilg2002 My wife is trying to get us to grow plants at home, so now our Basil plant is a source of extra seasoning on half of our home cooking!
  • Rachna Ginger!! I put it in literally everything from soups, to tea, to fish. I don't have an ice cream maker but if I did, I'd probably make ginger ice cream too ;)
  • marynfulton2 Mmm two of my favorites. What would we do without spices and herbs?! They make life better 😊
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Change up your risotto game: Switch out arborio rice for toasted buckwheat! Asparagus Buckwheat Risotto on the blog
3yr thelemonapron.com
"Buckwheat. It’s not wheat. It’s not even a grain.  Would you believe, it is actually related to ...
"Buckwheat. It’s not wheat. It’s not even a grain.  Would you believe, it is actually related to rhubarb and sorrel? It is, in fact, a fruit seed and is a suitable substitute for gr…"
Ganache! Took a great baking class and learned some new tricks!
3yr Buttermilk Bake Shop
MrsXtina's post