• At what age did you learn how to cook?

    99 answers · 4 days ago
  • What are some meals I can prep, a night before, to heat up or make for a quick well balanced breakfast in the morning?

    To expand on what I mean by that question, I m looking for simple dishes and or recipes I could make at night, that wouldn t take ludicrous amounts of time, and I can reheat or put together for a well balanced breakfast. I can t eat too much sugar like cereal or waffles and such in the morning, as they hurt my... show more
    To expand on what I mean by that question, I m looking for simple dishes and or recipes I could make at night, that wouldn t take ludicrous amounts of time, and I can reheat or put together for a well balanced breakfast. I can t eat too much sugar like cereal or waffles and such in the morning, as they hurt my stomach so early and don t really give me that needed kick start. I made some soft shell tacos this morning from a past dinners leftovers, and not only were they delicous, I m starting my shift at work feeling more alert and energized than I have all week. Any tips, ideas, recipes, or such as anyone can offer will be greatly appreciated! Thank you for taking the time of day to read this far!
    15 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Where can I buy unsweeten coconut?

    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • I just cracked 12 eggs that had a double yolk! What are the odds of that!!?

    Best answer: Not at all unusual, since they separate the double (and triple) yolked eggs from single ones. A mistake was made by sending that dozen to a grocery store rather than selling it to a restaurant or specialty store. If you buy eggs directly from a small farmer, you will frequently get double-yolked ones, but because... show more
    Best answer: Not at all unusual, since they separate the double (and triple) yolked eggs from single ones. A mistake was made by sending that dozen to a grocery store rather than selling it to a restaurant or specialty store. If you buy eggs directly from a small farmer, you will frequently get double-yolked ones, but because all 12 were double-yolked, it's most likely that you got them through a sorting error.
    10 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Can you make a good chicken stock with just chicken bone?

    During the winter, I roast a chicken about once a week or every week and a half. I will usually eat tow meals off the chicken, and then use the meat for sandwiches or chicken salad. About a fourth of each chicken gets turned into chicken soup, made with canned chicken broth. When I roast a chicken, I boil the... show more
    During the winter, I roast a chicken about once a week or every week and a half. I will usually eat tow meals off the chicken, and then use the meat for sandwiches or chicken salad. About a fourth of each chicken gets turned into chicken soup, made with canned chicken broth. When I roast a chicken, I boil the organ meats for my cat and I discard the chicken neck. I would like to make a stock from scratch, but because I don't care for poached chicken, I think it would be a waste to boil a chicken for stock. I'm wondering if the chicken necks alone would be enough to create a broth, if I were to save say four or five of them? I don't want to use the organ meat because I dispise the taste of chicken livers, and I know what the gizzard does and I'm not thinking that would make good eats, and I think one of the bits might be the heart, and I'm unsure the flavor that would add to the stock, but my cat, Loki, likes them, so I'm pretty sure he doesn't know what the gizzrd does. Anyway, can you make a decent stock from the necks alone. I don't like to waste any food at all and I feel a bit guilty throwing it away. I keep seeing the faces of those starving Chinese children my mother used to tell me would love my lima beans. I bet they would like a chicken neck too.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why are eggs shells brown in the UK, but white in the USA?

    Best answer: You can get brown eggs in the USA. It is a matter of what BREED of chickens they are using. The Leghorn chicken lays the MOST eggs in one year .. and they lay white eggs. But it depends on the customers. If most of your customers prefer brown-shelled eggs, then you use eggs from a different breed ... like the... show more
    Best answer: You can get brown eggs in the USA.
    It is a matter of what BREED of chickens they are using.

    The Leghorn chicken lays the MOST eggs in one year .. and they lay white eggs.
    But it depends on the customers. If most of your customers prefer brown-shelled eggs, then you use eggs from a different breed ... like the Plymouth Rock chicken. They don't lay as many eggs per year, so the farmer has to charge more for their eggs. And the customer pays more.
    And you can get blue-tinted eggs from the Araucana chicken. LOTS of different breeds of chickens lay different colored eggs.
    It is just a matter of which breeds lay the most eggs and provide the most profit per chicken. That AND customer preference.

    Note that there is no nutritional difference between white and brown eggs. FEEDING methods there can be a huge difference .. especially between free-range chickens and those who are fed only chicken feed. But that difference shows up in how orange the yolk is .. not in the color of the egg shell.
    23 answers · 4 days ago
  • What happens if I use long grain white rice in slow cooker to make risotto?

    They didn’t have the special kind of rice you need to make risotto, so I just bought long grain white rice. Will this work?
    They didn’t have the special kind of rice you need to make risotto, so I just bought long grain white rice. Will this work?
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • What happens if you accidentally eat a sprouted potato?

    So I was preparing to cook a roast in my crockpot and when I was cutting the potatoes I noticed some had sprouts. I cut the sprout off of one, and tossed the others, but the ones that appeared ok I threw in the crock pot. I'll admit I didn't examine super close. Now I read how poisonous sprouts are so I... show more
    So I was preparing to cook a roast in my crockpot and when I was cutting the potatoes I noticed some had sprouts. I cut the sprout off of one, and tossed the others, but the ones that appeared ok I threw in the crock pot. I'll admit I didn't examine super close. Now I read how poisonous sprouts are so I am a bit worried. If I remove the potatoes is the roast still ok to eat or if I missed any sprouts is it best to throw the entire meal in the trash? Can the toxins transfer to the broth? What would happen if I missed a couple sprouts?
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • How do I recreate this awesome recipe from a take away shop?

    Best answer: Sounds like Sweet and Sour Ribs.
    Try googling the recipe and look at what's available.
    I suspect it does use vinegar, and that maybe brown sugar is used for the sweet part.

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    Best answer: Sounds like Sweet and Sour Ribs.
    Try googling the recipe and look at what's available.
    I suspect it does use vinegar, and that maybe brown sugar is used for the sweet part.

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    7 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Can you beat this chicken noodle soup recipe?

    Here it goes: 1 (32 oz.) conatiner College Inn Chicken Bone Broth Pack of six chicken leg drumsticks 1 1/2 tsp. Mrs. Dash Garlic and Herb Season blend 1 1/2 tsp. poultry seasoning 2 carrots, chopped--about the size of baby carrots 2 celery stalk, chopped in the same size as the carrots 1/2 cup frozen diced... show more
    Here it goes: 1 (32 oz.) conatiner College Inn Chicken Bone Broth Pack of six chicken leg drumsticks 1 1/2 tsp. Mrs. Dash Garlic and Herb Season blend 1 1/2 tsp. poultry seasoning 2 carrots, chopped--about the size of baby carrots 2 celery stalk, chopped in the same size as the carrots 1/2 cup frozen diced onions or pearl onions 1 medium Russet potato, cubed 1 4 oz. can mushrooms 1/2 (8 oz.) pkg kluski egg noodles 1. Place the chicken legs and broth in a large soup pot. Add enough water, if necessary, to completely cover the chicken legs. 2. Bring to a rapid boil over high heat. Reduce heat to a simmer, cover the pot and simmer for 45-1 hr. 3. Remove the chicken from the broth and set aside to cool. 4. Remove fat and any scum from the broth. Add the spices and vegetables and continue simmering 10 minutes. Meanwhile bone the chicken legs and shred the meat. 5. Return chicken to the soup, and add noodles. Simmer 10 minutes or until the noodles are done. (I prefer soft) I like to serve this with fresh Italian, French or Cuban bread, generously buttered, and a mixed green salad with zesty Italian dressing.
    8 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Which non dairy milk can be used to make instant pudding?

    My partner is lactose intolerant but loves pudding... It doesnt love him tho. Tried the soy milk, almond, coconut and cashew milks... The results is too runny and it doesnt set properly.
    My partner is lactose intolerant but loves pudding... It doesnt love him tho. Tried the soy milk, almond, coconut and cashew milks... The results is too runny and it doesnt set properly.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it true that all slow cooker meals taste the same?

    I was excited to get a slow cooker but then I read that once you've had one for a while, all the recipes you make in it start tasting the same. Anyone who owns one, is this accurate?
    I was excited to get a slow cooker but then I read that once you've had one for a while, all the recipes you make in it start tasting the same. Anyone who owns one, is this accurate?
    19 answers · 4 days ago
  • What's a good low calorie condiment for sandwiches?

    I love mayo but I need something lower calorie. Mustard, olives, pickles, and banana peppers are low calorie and good but is there anything else?
    I love mayo but I need something lower calorie. Mustard, olives, pickles, and banana peppers are low calorie and good but is there anything else?
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • I've tried making lasagna like 6 times and it always fails- cheese never melts and noodles burn?

    Best answer: Are these trolls? How can you mess up such simple recipes and spend so much money doing it? Lasagna is not complicated or expensive. It takes 45 mins on 375/400F. Maybe your oven straight up does not work.
    Best answer: Are these trolls? How can you mess up such simple recipes and spend so much money doing it? Lasagna is not complicated or expensive. It takes 45 mins on 375/400F. Maybe your oven straight up does not work.
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • I put a beef roast in the slow cooker 5 hours ago with 2 hours to go until supper time and it feels tough. Will it get tenderer if I turn?

    Best answer: It's worth a try. I do mine for about 10 to 12 hours so 7 hours on low is not enough.
    Best answer: It's worth a try. I do mine for about 10 to 12 hours so 7 hours on low is not enough.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • What food turns you into a psychopath?

    Whenever I cook eggs I have to break the yoke lol. What food items turns you into Ted Bundy?
    Whenever I cook eggs I have to break the yoke lol. What food items turns you into Ted Bundy?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Does anyone else crush up pringles, pour some on the lid, and then eat them like a pet licking water from a bowl, or is that just me?

    Best answer: ummmmm...yeah just you.
    I do like them in some sandwich's though.
    Best answer: ummmmm...yeah just you.
    I do like them in some sandwich's though.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which fruits are high in vitamin D?

    7 answers · 2 days ago