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  1. S

    Cooking App for Family Recipes Survey

    Hey gang! Sorry if this is in the wrong place. My name is Steve and I am a student working on a phone app for families to store and share their recipes all in one place. We're still in the beginning phase of this but if you have some time and are fond of cooking feel free to take a moment and...
  2. The Late Night Gourmet

    What Omnivores Get Wrong About Vegetarian Cooking

    Mind you, this isn't my observation. I am someone who sometimes accidentally makes a vegetarian dish (and even more accidentally, a vegan dish). But, this chef's observations really seem dead-on. I know that morning glory's son became a vegetarian (or was it a vegan?) and she's gotten quite...
  3. M

    M&M Cooking bits.

    I thought i could melt them to spread on top of my granola bars. But, they won't melt. Does anyone know how so I don't waste them? Right now all I have is a big blog of hard chocolate in the measuring cup. I meant to say baking bits, not cooking bits.
  4. lilAlex

    Cooking Enthusiast

    Hello All, I am Lil, just joined, cooking is passion and Icant wait to see some of your recipes and cooking tips
  5. morning glory

    Edible Flowers - do you use them?

    Do you ever use edible flowers or flower petals in your dishes? A surprising number of flowers are edible - and as far as I'm aware, if you can eat the leaves you can also eat the flowers (safety warning: I've not checked this!). Some common examples are rosemary, lavender, sage, chives, rose...
  6. TodayInTheKitchen

    Recipe Chili dogs by CookingBites

    Detroit Coney Dogs in honor of CookingBites. In Detroit, you seemingly cannot travel more than 2 miles without seeing a Coney Island restaurant. So I had to pay tribute to these establishments with a classic Detroit Coney Island hot dog. Before we get into the debate of what a TRUE Coney Island...
  7. Herbie

    Were you taught cooking at school?

    I had 'home economics' classes from age 11-15 where we were taught cooking, nutrition and household budgeting. I didnt learn much that my mum had not taught me esp. as most of the recipes taught were traditional British - Cornish pasties, shepherds pie, Victoria sponge, etc. I branched out...
  8. C

    Cooking Curd Rice and Fish Fry

    How long will it take to cook Curd Rice and Fish Fry.
  9. TodayInTheKitchen

    What have you learned from this great cooking forum?

    I have only been a member on CookingBites for a relatively short time, but I have learned so much about cooking, ingredients, food photography, and international cuisines. Not to mention the amazing food discussions. What have you learned?
  10. epicuric

    Cooking with lavender

    I’m currently surrounded by lavender bushes, and keen to find a culinary use for them. I have come across a few recipes for sweet dishes that use lavender, but sweet dishes are really not my thing. I am struggling to find any savoury dishes (veg, meat or fish) that use lavender. I have a couple...
  11. rascal

    Relaxing while cooking ...

    I burn incense sticks quite often, I find it relaxes me. I love the lavender and the musk ones the best. I got into burning these when I started going out with a chick about 45 years ago, who was a bit different. You'de call her bohemian nowadays. I guess she was ahead of her time. My kids...
  12. Dive Bar Casanova

    Cooking in Death Valley Ca:

    Last evenings moonrise: We encounter wild burros in the desert: Wife tending to a wild Burros cut: Police and Law enforcement Depts from around the world come here annually for their Baker Ca. to Las Vegas Nv. foot relay run. Always around the first of spring. This upcoming is the...
  13. epicuric

    Simple cooking cheats

    A thread to share simple cooking cheats! I will start with one my wife suggested last week: Brush Marmite onto a chop or piece of meat before grilling or frying. I use Marmite quite a lot in sauces to give depth and a big umami hit, but I'd never considered using it directly on meat before...
  14. Yorky

    What Age are the CookingBites' Members?

    I was considering making a post today but wondered whether it would be appropriate, having little idea of the age groups into which the majority of members fit. Just to give an idea, would members be prepared to post their age group, anonymously of course, in this poll? As I shall post first...
  15. The Late Night Gourmet

    What is Your Worst Cooking Disaster?

    A friend recently told me that he's quite proud of something he made last night - wet burritos - and I told him that I know the feeling of making something that turns out so good that you are proud of what you did. Then, in my usual weird way of looking at things, I immediately thought of times...
  16. C

    Cooking Meats 101?

    I must begin by apologising if I'm in the wrong place but I have a question about, what I would see to be, the basic fundamentals of cooking meats and with nowhere else to turn the first thing I did was go to Google, which in turn lead me here. Yesterday morning I returned home from work, to see...
  17. epicuric

    Cooking disasters

    A thread about when things go wrong in the kitchen, For starters, there was this vegetarian curry last week: It had a promising list of ingredients - parsnips, cauliflower, fresh ginger - a bit of a korma type curry. All went well until I decided it looked a bit bland and would probably...
  18. MicheleJ

    Making Cooking Sauces - Different Gourmet Sauce Bases

    A sauce is considered to be a primary liquid flavored with sautéed seasonings and ingredients. In the gourmet world, before a sauce is complete, it is usually "reduced." This helps create an evaporation effect which makes the sauce more flavorful and thicker. Sometimes sauces are strained to...
  19. Eating Chicken

    Flavourless Cooking Oils

    Hello, I am looking for a "neutral" cooking oil that is purely for frying beef in the pan and won't interfere with the taste of the meat. Kind regards, Eating Chicken
  20. morning glory

    Jewish Cooking

    Jewish cuisine is something I know little about and curiously there are not many recipe books dedicated to Jewish cooking. I recently acquired a book first published in 1947: Jewish Cookery by Florence Greenberg (and revised a few times) The version I have is from 1963. I've been trying to make...
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