As an alternative to canned broth, you might want to try Better Than Bouillon, a concentrated base that you can make a small amount of broth from. It’s 1 teaspoon (6g) per cup of water so it’s easy to make a small amount. A 1/8th of a teaspoon of Better Than Bouillon plus 3 tablespoons of water would substitute well.
It seems everyone in the comments is assuming the table at which the letter writer is sat lacks the necessary amount of silverware from the get-go. People can just as easily drop forks and knives and need a replacement, and this can happen at any point in the meal. If it happens after the food is ordered, and after… Read more
You know you’ve just published a total piece of crap, don’t you Joan? Aren’t you embarrassed someone you know might read it? Oh and a heads up? Betrothed doesn’t mean what you think it means.
I disagree about mention of Wainwright—I don’t think she needed to be mentioned here any more than she was. I am firmly in the camp of the married party being the one who bears the brunt of the responsibility, and the issue at hand is how he acted. The biggest thing to me is that he’s co-opted his “good husband,… Read more
I always wanted to try to maple sugar on the snow thing. Also the pig’s tail, but when I saw a pig’s tail at the grocery store, it looked so gross, I couldn’t bring myself to do it. (I told myself it was winter and too cold for grilling.) Read more
Luke’s, from Gilmore Girls. I always figured it was just a greasy spoon, but then there was that episode where Sookie was out and he had to take over the restaurant at the Dragonfly (another place I want to eat) and the fancy food he made was amazing. Man has far more skills than we could have ever dreamed of. Read more