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Reddit - AskCulinary by /u/eb0606 - 1d ago

I have been going shooting for a long time but have never really liked pigeon until recently because I thought it had to be well done.

How do you guys cook your pigeon and is it perfectly okay to eat MR - M?

Thank you!

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We were picking out some ribeyes today and it just seemed like all the beef regardless of the grading was more marbled than it was 2 months ago before it got cold, it’s December in Texas if that matters. I know we all put on weight by instinct to survive winter but I’m curious if the weight thats put on would lead to better marbling or if it’s the kind of fat that’s not found inside the muscle loin? Also does that mean that cattle in Texas would naturally be less marbled than say a colder climate area like Wisconsin?

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I know this recipe is best with beef roast drippings but would using drippings from well browned ground beef be ok?

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At the top of this plate, found on the Wikipedia page for Moroccan cuisine:

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7a/Moroccan_Tangine.jpg

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Hello!!

I'm covering raisins in chocolate right now and I have 400 grams (almost a pound) of them. I'm making them myself because in the supermarket they're so expensive. However, covering 400 grams of raisings is proving to be time consuming doing it one by one.

Can you tell me a way to consume the least time possible? Thanks in advance

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http://imgur.com/gallery/k3KHizI It might not be either...

I bought (2) the fancy sweet rice.. the rice is super opaque ( more so than (1) )

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Reddit - AskCulinary by /u/snowy2802 - 1d ago

Hey all, was wondering what you guys used for chefs knives and what recommendations you had. Thinking about getting my first knife, looking for something all purpose in the 100$ price range. Thanks!

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I'm planning on making a sourdough savarin with cherries this weekend, to break in a new range. I'm having a dinner party on the 22nd, and would love to serve it then.

Can a savarin be aged in this manner? I was looking at making the syrup from 100gr sugar, lemon juice, a shot of kirshwasser, and a shot of whisky.

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Hey guys, take a look at my pan here:

https://imgur.com/a/F9uU74A

I was wondering, using BarKeeper's friend, would it be possible to restore it (especially the bottom of the pan) to looking like newish? If so , what form of Barkeepers friend is best? Gel/Powder? And with what sponge would it be best to clean it?'

Thanks

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Pretty self explanatory question. I see some recipes call for adding oil to the garlic butter mixture before spreading it on your bread and baking. I am just wondering what the benefit of this is.

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