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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
11
comment How to choose non-alcoholic beverage pairings for filets mignon?
@Jefromi Feel free to make or propose edits to this question so it can be a better example of a successful subjective question. Making this work on the site is more important to me than my original wording.
Feb
10
revised How to choose non-alcoholic beverage pairings for filets mignon?
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Feb
10
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Feb
10
comment How to choose non-alcoholic beverage pairings for filets mignon?
Noted, @saj. I was hoping for some guidelines for choosing these pairings in general more than specific suggestions - I'll edit to clarify, but if it's still too opiniony I'll indeed drop by chat.
Feb
10
asked How to choose non-alcoholic beverage pairings for filets mignon?
Feb
2
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
2
accepted What should I look for in an alternative to crème fraîche?
Nov
29
comment What should I look for in an alternative to crème fraîche?
This jives with some of my experience - on Thursday I approximated creme fraiche by letting a tablespoon of skyr sit in a cup of heavy cream all night. It worked well for what I was attempting.
Nov
28
asked What should I look for in an alternative to crème fraîche?
Aug
27
awarded  Yearling
Aug
27
accepted Why did I have to coat my veggies with flour?
Aug
23
asked Why did I have to coat my veggies with flour?
May
22
awarded  Critic
May
18
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
20
awarded  Caucus
Feb
20
awarded  Constituent
Nov
10
comment Why is my espresso salty?
I never did get to the bottom of this mystery. The salty flavor comes and goes. Reading your answer, it seems like the grinding might have something to do with it: our grinder is calibrated assuming there is a certain amount of weight (of the whole beans) left in the hopper, which I suppose can lead to inconsistencies in the grind if I don't check the level in the hopper first.
Jul
10
comment How do I melt the chocolate in a s'more?
Heat a skillet in the oven (or on the stove or whatever) and then put the chocolate on it while you microwave an open-face marshmallow/graham cracker pile. Then add warmed chocolate post-microwave, make into closed-face sandwich, and enjoy.
Feb
23
awarded  Excavator