New answers tagged shopping
Personally I'd be delighted with a double 24, but you may find that a bit harder to find or far more expensive than the standard 30, just because the 30 is standard. And yes, it's based on a giant turkey few people will ever cook, and some of us don't even like ;-) A double is far more versatile, since you can cook two things at two temperatures at the ...
The following is a quote from the Blue Dragon website, I hope it helps:- Coriander roots are notoriously difficult to come by (even in well stocked Oriental supermarkets), as in the UK coriander is sold rootless. This isn't much good for budding Thai cooks!! To get the same intense coriander flavour you would get from one root, use ten stems ...
Only some 30" ranges (the technical term for an oven with an integrated cooktop) have actual warming drawers, generally only high-end models. Most only have a storage drawer, one that for efficiency reasons should be well insulated from the oven proper and so isn't suitable for warming foods. A warming drawer will have its own heat source with dedicated ...
I'd add my two cents on RawSpiceBar- they are new on the scene but do a really good job of offering hard to find spices and spice blends in small quantities which is oftentimes just what I'm looking for. The quality has been great, in my experience. Worth checking out: www.rawspicebar.com
Top 50 recent answers are included