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Jun
3
revised What can I cook for Indian guests without trying to mimic Indian cuisine?
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Jun
2
answered What can I cook for Indian guests without trying to mimic Indian cuisine?
Jan
29
awarded  Student
Jan
18
answered How long does a pack of raw, dried Indian papad keep once opened?
Jan
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
13
comment How to melt butter most conveniently?
totally agree with @sharptooth it sets the pan on fire that is difficult to extinguish and the fume is dense like a thick fog and a smelly one. If you have to melt the butter do it on a low flame , slowly. use an oven with a timer if youre forgetful like me.
Dec
7
comment I love “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”. Can someone recommend similar books for other cuisines?
We need books like MtAoFC because it does a great job explaining the intricacies so guys please post books that you have tried out recipes from for the sake of credibility.
Dec
7
answered I love “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”. Can someone recommend similar books for other cuisines?
Dec
3
answered How can I chop onions without crying?
Dec
3
awarded  Editor
Dec
2
awarded  Teacher
Dec
2
answered Books that explain the science of cooking?
Dec
2
comment How long will uncooked chicken keep in the fridge?
yeah white meat is not good after 3 days, freezing causes dehydration of the meat and cellular breakdown and its no longer tender/juicy (its different for red meat though it should be aged for 14 to 18 days at the right temp before its consumed)
Nov
30
comment Cleaning a Sieve
what about us lazy guys ? there must be a hack hrmm...
Nov
30
comment Preparation Techniques for Tilapia Filets
+1 for the reference to Goan cuisine, its the most nomalicious when it comes to fish
Nov
30
answered Mysterious Disintegrating Udon noodles
Nov
30
awarded  Supporter
Nov
30
comment How do I get the burnt aroma off burnt food?
yep this is right, to avoid burning use a thick bottom vessel and cook over a low flame for a longer period. A good trick if you dont have a thick bottom pan is to stack up a frying pan between the vessel and the flame +1
Nov
30
awarded  Autobiographer