gumbercules1
Gumbercules
gumbercules1
Feb 24
2

I grew up eating farina, and I recall as a kid my favorite part was when it would dry up in the pan and I’d take chunks of it and dip it in sugar. Read more

Feb 24
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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

Feb 23
1

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.

Feb 19
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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.

Feb 19
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Do you add it to the skin side only, or coat the whole piece of fish?

Feb 10
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Mine also cracked, and I don’t make pizza enough to warrant getting a pizza steel. 

Feb 10
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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. 

Feb 5
4

RIP Dr. Parnassus. Your Imaginarium will live on in all of us.

Feb 4
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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

Jan 29
21

Monica flies through several houses and across the town before exiting the barrier. There’s no way she could’ve survived this, yet she does. Read more

Jan 29
2

I’ve haddock with these puns. I was ashored we were done with them.