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Please welcome Iron Chef Canada who will be preparing his signature dish, Kraft Dinner Bouillabaisse avec Tartiflette Poutine et Sirop d'érable.

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Nov
25
answered Dangers to continuing to cook an unfinished torte?
Nov
25
revised Dangers to continuing to cook an unfinished torte?
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Nov
25
revised Chop nuts before or after toasting?
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Nov
25
revised can i bake pine nuts?
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Nov
25
revised Botulism, Garlic, Cold pressed Olive oil and mason jars
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Nov
25
answered Is there any truth to the idea that you shouldn't multiply seasonings when multiplying a recipe?
Nov
25
comment My stock is too sweet
I really recommend not salting stock. It is so easy to add later if you're making soup or sauce, but impossible to remove if you're making a risotto or anything that doesn't need salt.
Nov
25
comment My stock is too sweet
@Martha: Don't roast any of the vegetables, otherwise you don't have a true mirepoix. In addition you should use a 2:1:1 ratio (50% onion, 25% carrot and 25% celery). If you up the carrots too much, it'll be too sweet even without roasting.
Nov
25
revised how long to cook a turkey per pound
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Nov
25
revised Honeycomb in honey - how long does it last?
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Nov
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revised Why doesn't Bailey's go bad?
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Nov
25
comment How to identify turkey liver
As that photograph indicates, the liver is (almost always) very dark and smooth.
Nov
25
revised Advice for adding pumpkin to pancakes?
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Nov
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revised Advice for adding pumpkin to pancakes?
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Nov
25
comment Is there a device that can be used to grate coconut and sweet potatoes electrically?
These seems more than a little bit overkill. Yes, stand mixers are great versatile tools if you can spare the expense and the counter space; this guy just wants to grate coconuts. It's like recommending a propane torch to light a few birthday candles.
Nov
24
revised Any secondary uses for taffy?
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Nov
24
answered Is there a device that can be used to grate coconut and sweet potatoes electrically?
Nov
24
comment Is there a device that can be used to grate coconut and sweet potatoes electrically?
It's not electrical, but what about a mandoline with a julienne blade? It's pretty easy to get "grated" consistency from that, unless you're going for the really fine pulp-like consistency. And most of the good ones have a top piece that you can use to hold the thing you're grating, so there's no danger to your hands.
Nov
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revised yeast subtitution in a recipe with no water
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revised Beaten and poached eggs
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