I’d say it’s quite the opposite in my household. Because of social distancing, instead of going to the grocery store or weekend farmers market 3-4 times a week, I now go to the supermarket once every 2 weeks. So now I’ll get veggies and will use them for the first few meals, but they deplete or don’t last enough to… Read more
I like to microwave dried peppers instead of toasting them in a skillet. Hit it for two 15 second intervals and they come out perfect. I’ve accidentally done it for longer, and yeah, that capsaicin really gets you.
That’s a fancy looking open-faced bean sandwich!
Sit back and enjoy your pasta sandwich.
I believe he said one more time he’s going to celebrate.
I had gotten it years ago (I think based off of SeriousEats’ recommendation) but treated it like a regular flour, and I was put off of it because of the cost. If I should only be using it sparingly, I should reconsider. I really want to try it for searing fish.
Rename it to Scrod.
Mine also cracked, and I don’t make pizza enough to warrant getting a pizza steel.
Are you doing the baking in cast-iron?
I do, and I’ll get the dough shrinking again generally when I add oil, so I usually stretch the dough before so it’s larger than the pan, then I’ll add oil and will get it to fit better. I bake at 525, which is the hottest my oven will get without setting it to broiler.
RIP Dr. Parnassus. Your Imaginarium will live on in all of us.
Yeah! F*ck off, Matthew Perry!
My wife’s parents saved all of their kids’ toys, which they’re now slowly giving to us for our 2 year old (including a whole bunch of happy meal toys). We have one of those flat-slat potato heads now, of which I’m not a fan, as the best part about the ones from the 80s was the rearrangement of body pieces to get… Read more
I’ve haddock with these puns. I was ashored we were done with them.