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  • Secret recipe for KFC fried chicken (probably) revealed by the Colonel's nephew

    08/23/2016 10:10:12 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 53 replies ^ | Tuesday, August 23, 2016 | Dianne de Guzman
    <p>What started as a travel story for the Chicago Tribune has morphed into one of the biggest fast food recipe reveals: the original recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken. The story of the how the recipe was (literally) placed into a reporter's hands started simply enough. A reporter travelled to the Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum and met with Joe Ledington, the nephew of Harland David Sanders (AKA Colonel Sanders).</p>
  • KFC recipe challenge: Tribune kitchen puts the 11 herbs and spices to the test

    08/23/2016 10:26:15 PM PDT · by monkapotamus · 75 replies
    Chicago Tribune ^ | August 19, 2016 | Joe Gray
    Ledington, 67, says he used to blend the spices that went into his uncle's world-famous fried chicken, and the recipe in question is the real deal... How was it? Well, really good. In fact, tasters agreed the test kitchen fried chicken was even better than the Colonel's. But more important, did it taste like the Colonel’s secret blend of herbs and spices? It came very close, yet something was still missing. That’s when a reporter grabbed a small container of the MSG flavor-enhancer Accent (how did that get in the test kitchen?) and sprinkled it on a piece of the...
  • Home Made Pastrami

    04/16/2016 12:17:24 PM PDT · by Mariner · 38 replies
    My Fetid Mind | April 16th, 2016 | Mariner
    First, don't be intimidated, because it's easy! Easy Method:1 4-5lb Corned Beef Brisket from the market in the Cryo bag1/4 cup black pepper corns1/4 cup Coriander Seeds2 Tbsp Mustard Seed1 Tbsp Garlic PowderDirections:1. Unwrap brisket, rinse and soak in large pan of fresh cold water for 1 hour2. Combine all seeds and pepper corns into a coffee grinder and grind courseAdd to little bowl with other ingredients and stir. That's your rub.3. Remove brisket, dry thoroughly and cover in the rub. Let sit in fridge for 1-2 hours...dry4. Start you smoker during this time. Smoke at 250deg (I use mesquite,...
  • A Lone Ranger Campfire Cake

    03/04/2016 2:27:06 PM PST · by SandRat · 15 replies
    This Recipie is so neat!!!
  • It's National Chocolate Cake Day. How Are You Celebrating

    01/27/2016 7:34:33 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 38 replies
    MichiganLive ^ | January 27, 2016 | Jessica Webster
    I don't get all worked up about every food holiday, but I'm having trouble containing my exuberance for National Chocolate Cake Day. And after recent studies showed that chocolate cake, as part of a balanced breakfast, can help you lose weight? I'm in. In case you're looking for a new favorite chocolate cake recipe to celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day in your own home, I thought I'd share links to a few of the recipes I've published over the years. If you've got a favorite chocolate cake, share your recipes in the comments below. Mrs. Schembechler's Hershey Cake: Bo Schembechler...
  • How to Make Turkey Stock in a Crock Pot

    11/28/2015 11:54:40 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 10 replies
    YouTube ^ | Dec 6, 2012 | Something Edible
    A method for turkey stock that practically makes itself in your Slow Cooker.
  • Your First Turkey! Easy Roast Turkey for Beginners for the Holidays!

    11/28/2015 11:35:11 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 5 replies
    YouTube ^ | Nov 22, 2011 | Food Wishes
    Learn how to make an Easy Roast Turkey for Beginners!
  • The Greatest Giblet Gravy Recipe (Mine).....

    11/23/2015 11:20:20 AM PST · by Red Badger · 80 replies
    Myself | 11/23/2015 | Red Badger
    Red Badger's Great Giblet Gravy 1 pkg giblets from the turkey (Liver, Neck, Gizzard and Heart) 1 16oz pkg chicken livers 1 16oz pkg chicken gizzards 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper 2 cubes chicken bouillon 2 stalks celery, diced 2 medium yellow onions, diced 1 quart hot water (to begin) 2 cans chicken broth OR 1 can and 1 1/2 cups turkey drippings 6 hard-boiled eggs, diced 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1/2 cup COLD milk Directions: In a large pot, 4qt or similar, boil ALL the giblets, salt, pepper, bouillon, celery, onion and water for 1...
  • Home-made olive oil mayonnaise (LCHF/Ketogenic - Recipe)

    11/16/2015 2:43:30 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 2 replies
    YouTube ^ | Apr 25, 2015 | Tash Bash Cooking
    Home-made olive oil mayonnaise (LCHF/Ketogenic - Recipe) Following the Low Carb High Fat Lifestyle
  • Vanity: I need a hard cider recipe

    10/08/2015 7:17:40 PM PDT · by goodwithagun · 65 replies
    10-9-2015 | goodwithagun
    I'm going to a festival Saturday at which I will purchase fresh, preservative-free apple cider. I'd like to brew a five gallon batch. I've found a few interesting recipes, but I'd like info from the best people on the inner webs! Do you have a recipe you'd like to share?
  • Home teriyaki recipe

    09/20/2015 1:49:38 PM PDT · by Mariner · 41 replies
    Amalgamation ^ | September 20th, 2015 | Mariner
    This is a recipe that an old Japanese woman from Hawaii taught me. It's superb and easy.Small Batch: 1 cup of Mirin (sweet sake) 1/2 cup Soy Sauce1/2 cup Pineapple or Orange Juice1 TSP Brown Sugar2 Garlic cloves, minced.1 TSP fresh Ginger, mincedPut all ingredient in a saucepan and bring JUST to a boil and remove from heat. Allow to cool.Then BONE 4-6 chicken thighs and cover them in Teriyaki and place in bowl in fridge for at least 1 hours, 3 hours is better. Grill over low heat, slice and serve over brown rice.You can add some cole slaw...
  • Vanity: Who has a good recipe for Garlic / Deli Style pickles?

    06/10/2015 2:19:09 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 35 replies
    My dark and forboding mind................... | 06-10-2015 | Red Badger
    I'm tired of paying good money for soft pickles..................
  • Maryland Style Shrimp

    03/21/2015 2:37:13 PM PDT · by VRW Conspirator · 85 replies
    FReeRepublic ^ | 03/31/2015 | Moi
    It's time for you FReepers to get the real deal. Here is a recipe that will always be a winner.
  • ISIS Training Manual for Women ... How to Cook Pancakes for Your Jihadi Husband

    11/30/2014 11:46:48 AM PST · by DogByte6RER · 33 replies ^ | NOVEMBER 30, 2014 |
    The world’s deadliest terror group issues a pancake recipe THE IS agency for women, has launched a ‘cookbook’, explaining how to keep jihadists happy and fulfilled by making pancakes after a day of fighting. The agency known as Al-Zawra that “prepares sisters for the battlefield for jihadists” has been dubbed a “finishing school” for young women hoping to wed militants. In a step-by-step guide, published by Al-Zawra, the recipe calls for one egg, four tablespoons of sugar, one tablespoon of oil, 4 tablespoons of salt, one cup of milk and one cup of flour. This follows the first recipe released...
  • Where’s the Beef? Michelle Obama's Kids’ Recipe Contest Winners Are Mostly Meat-Free

    06/11/2014 4:41:24 PM PDT · by Nachum · 23 replies
    cns news ^ | 6/11/14
    ( - The White House announced on Wednesday that judges have picked 54 children whose “healthy lunchtime” recipes have earned them a trip to Washington, D.C., to dine with First Lady Michelle Obama next month. Beef and pork producers may not be pleased to learn that of all the recipes chosen from every U.S. state and territory, only a handful have meat as an ingredient if their title is any indication – Chi-Irish Sheppard’s Pie, Mexican Haystack and Mediterranean Kabob. Instead, vegetables, fish and poultry dominate the list. Winning recipes include “Veggie Spaghetti,” “Over the Rainbow Veggie Pancakes,” “Mo-Rockin' Meatless...
  • Macaroni Pie: A Twist on Mac & Cheese

    04/09/2014 6:19:09 PM PDT · by kingattax · 8 replies
    Yahoo/Garden & Gun ^ | Apr 8, 2014 | the editors of Garden & Gun
    When it comes to comfort food, it’s hard to beat macaroni and cheese, a longtime staple of Southern kitchens with recipes as varied as the cooks who make them. But even in this crowded field, Carrie Morey’s version stands out. Cooked in a cast iron skillet with vermicelli instead of macaroni, Caroline’s Macaroni Pie combines the lightness of a soufflé with the ease of a casserole–which is just the way Morey, founder of Callie’s Charleston Biscuits, likes it. “It’s the first thing I mastered cooking at age nine, and it’s the only macaroni and cheese I’ve ever known,” she says....
  • How To Make Homemade Mayonnaise

    03/29/2014 3:00:47 PM PDT · by kingattax · 91 replies
    Yahoo ^ | Mar 21, 2014
    If bourbon is the social lubricant of the South, then mayonnaise is the culinary ball bearings. It makes your deviled eggs, chicken salads, potato salads, pimiento cheese, and tomato sandwiches sing. So why master homemade mayonnaise? For starters, it’s healthier and tastes better than store-bought (yes, even Duke’s). Plus, making mayo will make your grandmother’s heart full.
  • Hotel Selling Cooked Human Meat Found In Onitsha As Police Arrests 11 With Fresh Human Heads

    Hotel Selling Cooked Human Meat Found In Onitsha * Police Arrests 11 With Fresh Human Head On Thursday Onitsha police arrested 11 people after they discovered 2 fresh human heads in a hotel (name withheld) very close to the popular Ose-Okwodu market in Anambra state.2 AK47 rifles & other weapons were also discovered in the hotel. The arrest followed tip-offs from area residents on Thursday morning. The hotel owner, 6 women and 4 men were arrested. After police got access to the hotel, they made a startling discovery of two human heads wrapped in a cellophane bag, two AK47 rifles,...
  • 'Cannibal Sandwiches' Sicken Wisconsin Residents ('Tiger Meat' & 'Steak Tartare' Come with E. Coli)

    12/05/2013 7:52:49 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 27 replies
    CNS News ^ | December 5, 2013 | M.L. JOHNSON
    'Cannibal sandwiches' sicken Wisconsin residents MILWAUKEE — "Cannibal sandwiches," an appetizer featuring raw, lean ground beef served on cocktail bread, may be a Wisconsin tradition, but they are not safe, health officials said, noting that more than a dozen people became ill after consuming them last holiday season. Health officials confirmed four cases tied to E. coli bacteria and 13 likely cases in people who ate the sandwiches at several gatherings late last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said a report issued this week. The meat came from a Watertown market that later recalled more than 2,500...
  • It's out after 170 years, the secret of Worcestershire Sauce... found in a skip

    11/08/2013 3:59:43 PM PST · by servo1969 · 84 replies ^ | 11-3-2013 | Fay Schlesinger
    It is the secret ingredient of many a homemade meal. But the precise contents of this tangy relish itself have remained a mystery. Until now. After more than 170 years, the original recipe for Lea and Perrins Worcestershire Sauce has been revealed. It was found in notes dating from the mid-1800s that were dumped in a skip by the sauce factory. Brian Keogh, a former Lea and Perrins accountant, discovered the notes, which were neatly written in sepia ink in two leather-bound folios, and rescued them. Today, the label on bottles of the sauce lists vinegar, molasses, sugar, salt, anchovies,...
  • Recipe Request...

    09/06/2013 10:12:12 AM PDT · by US Navy Vet · 82 replies
    9/6/2013 | US Navy Vet
    Looking for something yummy to make for this weekend, Beef, Chicken, Pork any suggestions?
  • Leicester academic finds 'first' iced chocolate recipe

    09/02/2013 2:15:54 AM PDT · by afraidfortherepublic · 17 replies
    BBC News ^ | 8-31-13
    A university academic says she believes she has uncovered the first English recipes for iced chocolate desserts. Dr Kate Loveman, from the University of Leicester, said she found the recipes in manuscripts which belonged to the Earl of Sandwich in 1668. At the time, the chocolate treats came with a health warning for damaging the stomach, heart and lungs. The research also shows some of the regular themes in chocolate advertising across the centuries. Dr Loveman, a senior lecturer in 17th and 18th Century English literature, said she was looking through a Samuel Pepys journal when she came across a...
  • (Creepy Looking Alien Face Hugger) Algae Suit Generates Food to Feed Your Constant Hunger

    08/15/2013 8:00:42 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 16 replies
    DVICE ^ | Monday, August 12, 2013 | Colin Druce-McFadden
    Algae suit generates food to feed your constant hunger When we think of futuristic fashion, our minds often lean toward the minimalist designs of Star Trek or Tron. But maybe what we wear in the future will have more to do with what we eat than what we want to look like. That's the premise behind the algaculture symbiosis suit designed by Michael Burton and Michiko Nitta. The symbiosis suit is designed to make food for you as you go about your daily routine. A number of tubes, placed in front of your mouth, harness the CO2 you breathe and...
  • The United Nations Says We Should All Be Eating Insects

    05/14/2013 7:10:50 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 63 replies
    Forbes ^ | 5/14/2013 | Tim Worstall
    The United Nations Says We Should All Be Eating Insects The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), a part of the United Nations, has released a report saying that we should all get ready to start eating insects. There’s a certain amount of truth in the report but not all that much: “ World population is slated to top nine billion by 2050, and seeing as how arable land is being rapidly swallowed by towns and cities, oceans are increasingly overfished, and climate change is disrupting traditional farming, a new United Nations study proposes a twist on Marie Antoinette’s dietary advice:...
  • George Washington’s Rye Whiskey Going on Sale (@ Mount Vernon Estate in Virginia)

    03/26/2013 6:38:50 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 25 replies
    Hot Air ^ | March 26, 2013 | Mary Katharine Ham
    George Washington’s rye whiskey going on sale Rye whiskey using George Washington’s own recipe will soon go on sale at the first president’s Mount Vernon estate in Virginia. The presidential home reconstructed Washington’s distillery and will make more than 1,100 bottles of unaged whiskey available beginning April 4. The bottles sell for $95 each. Mount Vernon says the rye is the most authentic version of Washington’s whiskey available. Washington was a detailed record keeper, and distillers used the same grain recipe and fermentation process as it was done 250 years ago. No word on whether it’ll be available online or...
  • California Welfare Vacations (Video)

    03/20/2013 3:50:47 PM PDT · by VRW Conspirator · 4 replies
    LiveLeak ^ | 03/20/2013 | David Spady AFPCA
    Take your blood pressure medicine or just double up on your meds before watching this video. David Spady of Americans for Prosperity California takes you on a fact filled tour of the welfare abuse and fraud in California. Post your comments or your favorite cassarole recipe.
  • WSUV Researchers Discover 'Proto Curry'

    03/06/2013 11:40:09 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 9 replies ^ | 3/5/2013 | Sue Vorenberg
    The love of eggplant goes way back for Arunima Kashyap. It was the only food she’d eat when she was little, and it’s still her favorite. For a long time, that love was a one-way street. The eggplant gave, and Kashyap ate. But then the scientist, who grew up in India, found a way to give back to the humble eggplant, and to some of the other plants and curry spices she adores. Working with Steven Weber, an archeologist and associate professor at Washington State University Vancouver, Kashyap was able to track down some of the plants’ ancient lineage and...
  • More Food and Fun from MOTUS

    12/18/2012 8:31:01 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 12-18-2012 | MOTUS
    Outstanding roundup of commentary and food offerings yesterday! Aside from Onofre’s Arm’s recipe for Tyrannical Dictatorship Stew –”TDS”…sounds more like a sexually transmitted disease…I’m going to try them all. Not to ruin your appetites, butt I just wanted to pass this recently made portrait of adorable cuteness on: Cute kid, cute dog…two out of three ain’t bad. And this next one, well, just consider it an early Christmas present: Let’s just see how toned those guns (can I still say that?) are without my magical powers. Framed copies now available; place your order today to receive your limited edition copy...
  • Taking a Break From Politics & Serving Up An Appetizer!

    12/17/2012 6:02:41 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 12-17-2012 | MOTUS
    Like many of you,MOTUS has many Christmas duties to discharge in 3 different cities, so I’m going to be very busy. Because of that, and perhaps a certain degree of war-weariness, I need to restrain my posting time this week. I will be posting an open thread topic, along with a recipe of the day. Here’s your assignment: So let’s start with appetizers today and work our way through the buffet line as the week progresses. Here’s one of my favorite, easy-peasy (although no peas were actually harmed in the making of this dish) pre-prandial snacks: Smoked trout or whitefish...
  • Hostess Creme Filling Recipe (Don't Panic!)

    11/18/2012 8:08:41 AM PST · by Nachum · 23 replies
    Top Secret Recipes ^ | 11/18/12 |
    The Recipe is at the site. Also a link for the Twinkie cake recipe. If you got to have your Twinkie fix, this link is dedicated to you. Don't Panic! 2 Teaspoons very hot water Rounded 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 cups marshmallow cream (1 7-oz jar) 1/2 cup shortening 1/3 cup powdered sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • (Post-Twinkie Apocalypse) A Guide to Making Your Own Twinkies

    11/17/2012 10:20:49 AM PST · by DogByte6RER · 23 replies
    Top Secret Recipes ^ | Who Killed the Twinkie?
    Top Secret Recipes Version of the Hostess Twinkie The Twinkie was invented in 1930 by the late James A. Dewar, then the Chicago-area regional manager of Continental Baking Company, the parent corporation behind the Hostess trademark. At the time, Continental made "Little Short Cake Fingers" only during the six-week strawberry season, and Dewar realized that the aluminum pans in which the cakes were baked sat idle the rest of the year. He came up with the idea of injecting the little cakes with a creamy filling to make them a year-round product and decided to charge a nickel for a...
  • (ObamaNation) 'Road Kill Cookbook' Author: Feed Needy with Roadside Recipes

    10/14/2012 2:25:32 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 7 replies
    West Virginia Gazette ^ | October 12, 2012 | Rick Steelhammer
    'Road Kill Cookbook' author: Feed needy with roadside recipes CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The man who helped put West Virginia on the map as a mecca for road-kill cuisine wants to put more vehicle-harvested venison in the refrigerators of the needy. "I want to start a road-kill hotline," said Jeff Eberbaugh, the author of 1991's "Gourmet Style Road Kill Cooking and Other Fine Recipes," and "Road Kill Cooking Redneck Style and More Tails From the Fast Lane," published in 1992. "I see so much good meat lying along the road going to waste. It's meat that a lot of people could...
  • Behold, The Religion of Peace - Tunisian Children's Magazine Prints Molotov Cocktail Recipe ...

    10/09/2012 7:29:10 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 8 replies
    Tundra Tabloids ... ^ | 09/10/2012 | KGS
    TUNISIAN CHILDREN’S MAGAZINE SHOWS KIDS HOW TO MAKE A MOLOTOV COCKTAIL ... Sadly not a misprint. Because that’s the first thing that’s on any kid’s mind, how to light someone else on fire. Kind of reminiscent of the Hamas’ kiddie program featuring mice and bunnies that incite children to commit acts of terrorism. So no folks, this is nothing new. RTNews: A Tunisian children’s magazine “Kaws Kouzah” has recently published a detailed step-by-step instruction of how to make a Molotov cocktail. Now the periodical is facing a lawsuit for endangering kids lives. The Tunisian Ministry for Women and Family Affairs...
  • New FReeper Obama Cookbook.. "COOKING THE BOOKS with BARACK"

    10/05/2012 6:09:48 AM PDT · by carlo3b · 36 replies
    Cooking With Chef Carlo ^ | Carlo3b, Dad, Dad, Author
    WE wrote the CLINTON LEGACY COOKBOOK, it seems now we must honor this administration with it's LEGACY in this new reality..
  • Instructions [on how to cook] Steak like a Restaurant

    08/28/2012 9:00:45 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 110 replies ^ | a few years ago | Anon
    Instructions for Steak like a Restaurant 1. o 1 Prepare the steak by rubbing both sides with oil, Kosher salt and pepper. Kosher salt is a large flake salt that can be found next to the table salt. o 2 Preheat the oven to 500 degrees F. Cooking steak without overcooking it is all about hitting it with a lot of heat very quickly. o 3 Place the cast iron frying pan onto the stove top on high heat. This will preheat the pan. From now on that you only touch the cast iron frying pan with the pot holder,...
  • Sick of SCOTUS? how about best ever ribs recipe for the fourth of july?

    06/28/2012 2:48:04 PM PDT · by beebuster2000 · 13 replies
    Dr. Maurice Codd | june 28, 2012 | beebuster2000
    I came across Dr. Maurice Codd’s rib recipe and tried it. Codd was a nobel prize winner in chemistry so I would imagine he understands the chemistry of this better than I do. But the ribs are amazing. Enjoy! I am quite certain that after a long development process I have finally reached the perfection point in pork rib bbq. For years I hated rib recipes that slather ribs with gooey sweet sauce, and I preferred the dry rub ribs. Now, after countless hours in the “lab” I have captured both the crunch and tang of the dry rib, and...
  • Thanksgiving Recipe Thread

    11/23/2011 3:14:23 PM PST · by traderrob6 · 16 replies
    Opinipundit ^ | 11/23/11 | traderrob
    Okay folks, the third year we have been doing this and it's time yet again. We're having a traditional dinner....a 18# Tom turkey deep fried in peanut oil, yams with brown sugar bacon drippings and multiple spices, green bean casserole, mashed cranberries with sugar and cream, southern style mac and cheese, fresh frozen (Cherokee variety) sweet corn, reduced gravy from the drippings with Idaho Russet mashed potatoes, no dressing :(, wife hates "soggy bread".. For the hardcore meat eaters ....4 racks of Pork Baby Back ribs cooked on the Bradley Smoker starting in about 2 hours. Dessert: Pumpkin Divine....a combination...
  • Annual Thanksgiving Recipe

    This is a great crockpot sweet potato casserole. Have made it for many years and everybody loves it. See for the recipe.
  • (RECIPE) How Good is a $16 Muffin? Find Out for Yourself (Government Spending Gone Crazy!)

    10/20/2011 6:52:40 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 30 replies
    Newser ^ | Sep 27, 2011 | J.M. HIRSCH
    We had to know: What sort of muffin could we bake if we spent $16 a pop? How good is a $16 muffin? Find out for yourself Last week's news that the government supposedly paid $16 apiece for breakfast muffins at a Justice Department conference set off critics of government spending. Hilton Worldwide, the hotel company that hosted the 2009 confab in Washington, disputes the accuracy of the claim in a report by the Justice Department's inspector general. The hotel called it an accounting thing, explaining that the price included various drinks and gratuity charges, in addition to the muffins....
  • Make Prince William’s Chocolate Biscuit Cake For Yourself….

    05/02/2011 2:27:44 PM PDT · by sussex · 26 replies
    The Aged ^ | 02/05/11 | the Aged P
    This was one of the two cakes commissioned by William and Kate for their wedding. The chocolate cake was William’s boyhood foody fetish.
  • TODAY IN FOOD HISTORY Pineapple upside down cake (Do We Have a Recipe Thread for Easter Yet?)

    04/23/2011 3:51:28 PM PDT · by I still care · 25 replies ^ | April 21, 2011 | Jim Hillibish
    April 20, 1901: The pineapple upside-down cake appeared, prompted by Jim DoleÂ’s amazing canned pineapple from Hawaii. Stoves at that time were wood and coal fired. The ovens were highly inaccurate. Cakes were made in skillets on stove tops. Placing fruit on the bottom caramelized it. PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN CAKE â—¦ 3 cans 8 1/2-ounce pineapple rings â—¦ 1/4 cup butter â—¦ 2/3 cup brown sugar â—¦ 1 cup flour â—¦ 1/3 cup pecan or walnut halves or maraschino cherries â—¦ 3/4 cup sugar â—¦ 1 1/2 teaspoon salt â—¦ 1/4 cup shortening â—¦ 1/2 cup milk â—¦ 1 egg
  • Collard Greens with Bacon

    04/06/2011 7:06:56 PM PDT · by Bean Counter · 39 replies
    Simply Recipes dot com ^ | October 20, 2008 | Elise
    Chef's tip: don't overcook the bacon. It should be barely brown around the edges and still somewhat raw-looking in the middle. Ingredients 4 strips thick-sliced bacon, sliced crosswise into 1/2-inch pieces 1 small yellow onion, chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced 2 Tbsp sugar 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper Several dashes hot sauce 1/4 cup apple-cider vinegar 2 pounds collard greens, stems removed, sliced into 3-inch-wide strips (can substitute kale or chard) 1 cup chicken broth (or water) Method 1 Heat a large cast-iron skillet on medium heat. Cook the bacon in the skillet until it...
  • BREAKING NEWS: Coca Cola Recipe 'Discovered'

    02/14/2011 7:08:52 PM PST · by Nachum · 102 replies
    fox news ^ | 2/14/11 | staff
    The ingredients of the drink, founded by John Pemberton, a medicinal pharmacist in 1886, have always been a mystery. However, claims to have discovered a list in a photograph in a newspaper article giving the ingredients and exact quantities to make the drink.
  • Bill’s Crisp Roast Duck

    02/10/2011 2:36:06 PM PST · by Tribune7 · 2 replies · 1+ views
    Here's a delightful way to treat your special guy or gal on Valentine's Day, and it's much easier to prepare than you'd suspect. Serve with baked potato and Brussels sprouts. A Black Forest cake would truly be a satisfying and romantic dessert.
  • Rescued dove from cat. Now what?!

    01/26/2011 10:33:13 AM PST · by Excellence · 105 replies
    self | January 26, 2011 | self
    I tied two bells to one of our cats to keep her from going after cats, but she still got one this morning. I rescued the bird, but now he can't really fly. He let me pick him up and put him in, ironically, a cat carrier. So I'm looking for advice. He's resting comfortably now. How soon should I try to feed him? What about water, small cup or big bowl? He's mostly white, with a little bit of grey.
  • Swedish Meatballs

    12/11/2010 5:25:00 AM PST · by Daisyjane69 · 40 replies · 1+ views
    family recipe | 12/11/10 | Aunt Judith
    Here it is!
  • Swedish Gingersnaps (Pepparkakor)

    12/11/2010 3:53:08 AM PST · by Daisyjane69 · 37 replies
    family recipe | 12/10/10 | Aunt Judith
    I promised this recipe a while back. I figured that I'd better post it before I got too busy with the rest of my baking! Please read the entire recipe before you get started, so as to save time and money.
  • Favorite halibut recipes

    11/23/2010 9:10:36 PM PST · by EveningStar · 34 replies
    I watched the second installment of a certain documentary TV series Sunday evening. As a result, I am now craving a delicious halibut steak. I love fish. I love seafood. I'm sure a lot of you here do. Forget politics for the time being. It would be great to share your favorite halibut recipes, and I know a lot of you folks are great chefs.
  • Nationwide Saturday Cookout Recipes in Honor of 9/11

    09/09/2010 2:59:49 PM PDT · by combat_boots · 92 replies
    Self | 9/9/10 | Self
    I am looking for recipes for a good cookout meat this Saturday. Anyone?
  • Obama sinkhole recipe: Hey, let’s create a new, government-run infrastructure bank!

    09/07/2010 10:54:01 AM PDT · by Nachum · 11 replies · 1+ views
    michelle malkin ^ | 9/7/10 | Michelle Malkin
    It’s actually not a “new” idea. It’s an old, recycled one borrowed from corruptocrat Democrat Sen. Chris Dodd, who sponsored a bill to create a federally-operated “infrastructure bank” in 2007. President Obama tried to get $5 billion in funding for one in his 2010 budget and $4 billion is proposed for one in his 2011 budget. Democrat Rep. Rosa De Lauro is pushing a House version — and her expansive, pipe-dream plans tell you all you need to know about what a disastrous, costly slush fund this thing would inevitably grow into: Ms. DeLauro’s plan would create an infrastructure bank...