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Problems cooking Wagyu brisket

While I save up for a proper outdoor smoker, I've been experimenting with using the basic brisket BBQ techniques, but with a fan forced in our kitchen. So far, the regular briskets have turned out ...
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0answers
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What qualifies as butterscotch

I am working on a creation: probably will end up being a Butterscotch Blondie Cheesecake. Here is where the butterscotch debate comes in: 1) Some claim butterscotch is only "pure" when it is simply ...
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0answers
29 views

Cookie Butter or Peanut Butter

I'm trying to make mug cookies and it calls for cookie buter and I don't have cookie butter can I use peanut butter instead?
3
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1answer
45 views

Is it okay to put a hot pan on a granite counter?

Is it okay to put a hot pan/pot on a granite counter? Or will it burn it? I don't know if there's a sealer on it.
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1answer
42 views

What is the white sauce of Domino's pasta made of?

What is that made of? Can it be replicated at home?
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0answers
24 views

can anyone tell me a very tasty, and i mean a very tasty batter to make for fried chicken, and other foods [on hold]

can anyone tell me a really tasty, super tasty batter to make for: 1.fried chicken 2.fried vegetables like fried onions, fried tomatoes, fried potatoes, peppers and many more 3.and may be a batter ...
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1answer
31 views

Low Acidic Guacamole Recipe

I am looking for low-acidic guacamole recipe but am unable to find. All recipes call for line juice, some tomato variant, event hot sauce. Please recommend low-acidic guacamole recipe.
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1answer
28 views

Is it possible to make souffles that rise without beating egg whites?

TLDR: Is it possible to make a souffle that doesn't have beaten egg-whites, but still rises? Leaveners don't seem to work. Longer version: I've never eaten "real" souffles (at a restaurant). I tried ...
3
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2answers
82 views

Green gooey stuff when removing head from raw shrimp

When removing the head from a raw shrimp, I usually expect orangey goo to come out / be visible (the yummy stuff when you suck it of a prepared shrimp, I suppose :) ). I also usually have fresh ...
3
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2answers
59 views

Graham cracker crust too salty for cheesecake

My first cheesecake was too salty, particularly around the crust, and I want to know what could have caused it. One possibility is that I mismeasured the salt, although I do not make that mistake ...
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6answers
1k views

How to unsalt roasted salted peanuts?

I bought roasted peanuts from the market and they have too much salt in them. How should I reduce the salt in those peanuts as much as I can? My intent is to make peanut butter.
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5answers
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If you 'caramelize' an onion, does an onion contain sugar?

I love the taste of lightly fried sliced onion. I've heard this referred to as 'caramelizing' the onion. Is there sugar in the layers of an onion that is changed to caramel, or is this just a ...
2
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4answers
101 views

How can I get more lime flavor into my key lime cake recipe?

I found a great recipe for key lime cake, but it seems to lack the key lime flavor I am looking for. It has lime zest and juice in it, still a great cake, but it seems not enough lime kick to it.
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0answers
30 views

How long will a vinegar based marinade keep in fridge? [duplicate]

How long does a vinegar based marinade stay safe to use if keept in the refrigerator?
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1answer
77 views

Are your daily salt intake levels for the max amount or recommended? [on hold]

I've just had a bowl of soup and it said the salt levels were about 22% of my daily amount. This got me thinking; I know salt isn't healthy but is this saying I should try and reach "100%" daily, the ...
2
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2answers
52 views

How to make fluffy(not crunchy) quinoa?

Here is what I did: 1) Heated 1 cup quinoa in olive oil for 1 minute after rinsing it. 2) Added 2 cups water till it boiled. 3) I set the heat to the lowest setting and closed it with a lid. ...
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2answers
59 views

How to dry a fish for grill

Whenever I grill a fish (red snapper), even after grilling for a recommended grill time (about 10 to 15 mins), it comes out no less juicy compared to when it was put to grill. And when put in a plate, ...
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1answer
40 views

How long can food last if reheated periodically? [duplicate]

Say I fixed some stew that's been in the refrigerator for around three days. Will putting that stew in a pot, heating it up to around 170F (77C), and letting it simmer for a while make it last longer ...
2
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3answers
118 views

My chicken breasts release a lot of fluid when cooked. How do I prevent this?

I notice when cooking chicken breast in a pan, or in the oven, the chicken releases a lot of fluid, watering down the flavour. This happens with fresh chicken as well as frozen (de-frosted) chicken. ...
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5answers
144 views

How should I choose my next step as a cook?

I'm a reasonably competent home cook: I can roast a chicken, bake bread, improvise a dinner with what's in the fridge, etc, but I'm looking to step up my game a bit. How do I look at a recipe and ...
2
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2answers
104 views

What should I substitute for dried anchovies and kelp in a stock

I was thinking of making this tofu-/seafood-stew, but I am having some trouble getting a couple of ingredients for use in the initial stock - namely the dried anchovies and the kelp. A friend ...
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1answer
81 views

Roast Cooked all night

I left two big pans of roast (about 20 lbs) in the oven at 350 over night - from 3 p.m. to 8 a.m. Is this still safe to eat and serve.
3
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2answers
65 views

Is polyamide food safe?

I got a nylon bag which is marked 'PA' in the label, which I think is polyamide. I plan to use it for mashing barley grains in homebrewing ( 62C to 78C, PH ~ 5, 90 minutes ). The bag is black and ...
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2answers
162 views

Sea Salt and Mercury

I've heard that sea salt is more flavorful than iodized table salt, but was wondering about its mercury content. Due to the mercury level in oceans, nutritionists are recomending to limit sea food ...
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1answer
80 views

Are there food products that are meant to have an aftertaste?

Is "aftertaste" always a bad thing, and are there food products that are supposed to have some (specific) aftertaste?
2
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1answer
33 views

Can I swap sabji Masala for Tandoori Masala in this recipe?

thought I'd ask more experienced cooks on their advice for this recipe. Found it a while back on a Suhana sabji masala box. I made it and turned out fantastic. I want to make it again but I have all ...
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1answer
85 views

How can I estimate the time required to bring a piece of meat to a certain temperature?

I would like to cook a couple steaks using the "reverse sear" technique (e.g. this Youtube video). The general instructions are: Preheat the oven to 275F. Put steaks in oven and bake until they ...
1
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1answer
112 views

How to make sure teapot is safe after being on fire without water

I left my teapot on the stove for about 30 minutes by accident. By the time I noticed, all the water had boiled out. So, I turned off the stove and let it cool. When I went to put water in it again, ...
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2answers
98 views

Is it okay to use stainless steel in oven?

Its stainless steel dish so can I put it in the oven at 250c/482f ?
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1answer
1k views

Can I cook a slow cooker recipe on high instead of low, but for shorter time?

This morning, I was supposed to prepare our chili recipe for tonight in the slow cooker, but I have forgotten. Now it's too late to start the recipe as usual and cook it on low. However, it's not ...
4
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1answer
63 views

Raised brown spots on garlic

Occasionally I'll get a clove of garlic that has small brown spots on it. When there are a couple spots, I cut them off and use the rest of the garlic. Sometimes there will be A LOT of spots and ...
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0answers
54 views

What is the difference between a product being considered burnt compared to just being over caramelized? [closed]

Have you ever heard the saying "That's not burnt, it's just over caramelized." My response "It is completely black." I've heard the difference between being burnt and being over caramelized is ...
3
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2answers
65 views

Electric smoker and a charcoal smoker

Got a electric smoker recently. There any differences that one should consider in terms of recipes when using an electric smoker? Or are there any processes that one must take additional steps when ...
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0answers
11 views

how long does a cake with avocado frosting last in the fridge? [duplicate]

I am making a cake that I will frost with avocado frosting. For how many days can I keep cakes/cupcakes frosted with avocado frosting in the fridge? I use this avocado frosting recipe from Alton ...
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1answer
37 views

Butter cream icing substitutions for covering the cake with fondant

Is it Okay to have whipped cream icing before covering the cake with fondant? I don't have enough time to make butter cream so I would know other alternatives that could be used in this case. I have ...
2
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4answers
151 views

Does sugar inhibit mold growth?

I was reading a post earlier regarding maple syrup being left out overnight. They were asking if their beloved Maple syrup was still safe to consume. In the comments I believe someone brought up ...
1
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1answer
62 views

What's this discoloration in my saucepan? [duplicate]

I've noticed this discoloration on or near the bottom of my saucepan, which stays even after cleaning. When dry, parts of the pan will appear slightly pinkish or greenish. Furthermore, there is often ...
1
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5answers
116 views

Substituting cayenne for red pepper flakes

My wife does not like alternating textures, or "surprises" in sauces. Thus I need to make certain concessions when cooking for her. She does not like crushed red pepper flakes, but will readily take ...
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0answers
33 views

Can I still use the Pork juice dripings after I strain out the pieces of fat storaged in a roaster overnight at room temp? [duplicate]

Help! I was involved in a Pork chop BBQ yesterday. we did 500 dinners & The guy in charge of it has been doing it for 20 yrs. He makes his own juices in the bottom of a roaster with Lowery's salt ...
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votes
1answer
60 views

Is hot cocoa analogous to coffee?

Is there a drink out there that is made identically to coffee except with cocoa beans? I would be interested in finding either a drink with the exact roasting process or a drink brewed with ground ...
4
votes
1answer
193 views

What is my pizza cutter's handle made from, and how do I stop it from staining everything it touches?

A while back, I bought an ordinary-looking pizza cutter with a dull grey handle. However, I soon found out the hard way that the handle is made from some weird metal or alloy that reacts with water, ...
2
votes
2answers
236 views

can maple syrup be refrigerated after it was out for a few days?

I opened Adirondack pure maple syrup a few days ago. It didn't say to refrigerate, so I didn't. When I googled it, it said that it should be refrigerated. Can I still do that? If I may not use it ...
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votes
1answer
50 views

What's wrong with keeping frozen vegetables in refrigerator?

The bags of frozen mushrooms and okra that I just bought got mistakenly put into the refrigerator for a few days instead of frozen. I want to eat them now. What's the problem with letting bagged ...
0
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1answer
56 views

After refrigerating cookie dough overnight, should i leave my dough at room temperature or go straight to the oven?

I usually leave my cookie dough in the fridge overnight. After taking it out, should I leave it at room temperature for a while or should I scoop it and go straight to the oven?
1
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1answer
76 views

Help identifying Turkish dessert

Anyone familiar with Turkish cuisine know what this is? I had this in Istanbul. All I could gather from the owner was that it is made of milk. The texture was like a very moist cake. The taste was ...
2
votes
1answer
40 views

royal icing and candy atop buttercream

Can I put royal icing snowflakes and hard candy shards on top of buttercream icing one day ahead or will the buttercream dissolve the royal icing and hard candy?
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1answer
78 views

Will chopping hard destroy my new knifes?

I bought a new set of knifes and my Dad used the chopping knifes to cut onions. Instead of chopping by slicing the onions with the usual technique, he was using his 2 hands to hold the knife by the ...
2
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1answer
30 views

chocolate substitutions in baking brownies from scratch

can I use semi-sweet or unsweetened chocolate squares for dark chocolate in a brownie recipe
1
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1answer
58 views

How to heat up already baked french bread in oven to get a crispy crust

Where I live I do not have access to great quality bakery breads. Is there a way to heat up an already baked french sandwich baguette in oven to get a crispy outer texture? Water mist on top before ...
4
votes
1answer
107 views

Why would parsnips make a beef stock not freeze?

I made a beef stock the way I always do, except that I added parnsips. Then I put the stock in the freezer and when I took it out, the stock was not frozen. It was freezing cold, but instead of having ...

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