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Mar
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Mar
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Jan
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answered Cooking juicy beef in a pan
Jan
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answered Does brewing tea for longer result in higher caffeine content?
Jan
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comment Can I re-cook a ham that was left out overnight?
@brendan: Well, we do, but this isn't that kind of ham. Still, in this situation, the curing we do do, plus being cooked, plus the house being cool, I wouldn't have any problem eating it.
Dec
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Oct
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comment Substitute sugar free maple syrup in baking?
@chris: no honey, or molasses?
Oct
16
comment Substitute sugar free maple syrup in baking?
Trail mix is kinda supposed to be chock fulla calories, isn't it?
Oct
15
answered How can I make my banana bread more moist?
Sep
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answered Are my capers still good?
Sep
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answered Would it be alright to substitute white balsamic vinegar for wine in risotto?
Sep
14
revised Would it be alright to substitute white balsamic vinegar for wine in risotto?
Changed the title to match the question
Sep
13
comment How long can you keep chocolate in the freezer?
@thursday: Yea, I keep my baking chocolate in the regular fridge, and never for a moment consider how long its been there.
Sep
13
comment How long can you keep chocolate in the freezer?
@rfusca: Admittedly, if I had known they were that old, I'd probably have avoided them, but all I saw was a couple of big bags of berries...We'd been defrosting the thing for about a day, and they'd emerged from the glacier without me noticing, and I didn't want to put partly thawed berries in the other freezer, so, you know, pie. Then grandma staggers in and goes, "sniff sniff Smells like blackberry pie. Haven't had a blackberry pie since your granddad died. He picked all the berries." So I said, "So who picked these?" She looks at the label on the bag, "Your granddad." Me: "Oh."
Sep
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answered How long can you keep chocolate in the freezer?
Sep
9
comment Is my fancy cheese still safe to eat?
@aaronut: whatscookingamerica.net/Q-A/Mold.htm (citation)
Sep
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revised Why don't the single serve coffee cream cups need to be refrigerated?
clarification
Sep
8
answered Can I leave out raw already-formed cookies for close to an hour while I wait for the oven to be available?
Sep
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comment How to preserve spaghetti for a short amount of time?
+1: This works great.
Sep
7
comment How long can cooked food be safely stored at room/warm temperature?
@aaronut: I always find this one interesting, especially for slow-cooking. Generally, a slow cooked meal will be cooked effectively sterile (3-6 hours at 150+ kills damn near everything), thus if it is prevented from bacterial combination it should be fine forever (a la Pasteur's flasks (science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/scientific-experiments/…)). I'd be interested in seeing how that played in the real world, but I've never found anyone who actually did the experiment...They always assume contamination occurs.