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 Subject :Question to cook7 about the skirt steak
08/26/2013 13:36 
afogelman
Joined: 08/26/2013 18:31
Posts: 1
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Question to cook7 about the skirt steak

Hi, this seems a little too easy and I've never cooked skirt steak for 12 hours. any elaboration on that?? -Aviva
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 Subject :Re:What's your favorite kitchen gadget?
07/17/2013 12:47 
elterbabi
Joined: 05/07/2013 02:57
Posts: 3
Forum : Cookbooks and Products Reviews
Topic : What's your favorite kitchen gadget?

i love my silicone brush for basting my challah dough. all the other ones tend to flatten the dough but this one is light as a feather! try it, you'll see the difference right away.
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 Subject :Re:mushroom dip
07/17/2013 08:48 
elterbabi
Joined: 05/07/2013 02:57
Posts: 3
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : mushroom dip

gourmet glatt and pomegranite carry it along with all their other dips. it's delicious!
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Last Edited On: 07/17/2013 12:17 By elterbabi
 Subject :Re:mushroom dip
07/14/2013 21:14 
njmom
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : mushroom dip

What is mushroom dip? I never heard of it. Is it dairy? Do you have a picture of it?
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 Subject :mushroom dip
07/14/2013 21:09 
elterbabi
Joined: 05/07/2013 02:57
Posts: 3
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : mushroom dip

does anyone have a good recipe for mushroom dip? would love to have one.
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 Subject :Cookbooks
05/17/2013 17:07 
SusieFish
Joined: 05/17/2013 21:44
Posts: 1
Forum : Cookbooks and Products Reviews
Topic : Cookbooks

I love cookbooks and am always looking for new ones- not just jewish ones but good cookbooks that are staples in the kitchen. here are some I love:
Maida Heatter- pies and tarts- bought on amazon- love it!
Mark Bittman- how to cook everything

any suggestions?
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 Subject :Passion Fruit Mousse
05/08/2013 07:12 
SHANA
Joined: 12/23/2010 10:41
Posts: 1
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : Passion Fruit Mousse

I once tasted a delicious passion fruit mousse dessert at a sheva brochos and i would love to make it. can anyone provide me with the recipe. thanks
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 Subject :Re:What happened to my recipe?
05/01/2013 19:28 
bestcookever
Joined: 04/16/2012 21:43
Posts: 43
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : What happened to my recipe?

yup. that's what actually happened quite a few times to me. I even had that I submitted a recipe & made some corrections soon afterwards. The recipe did not save & I got negative feedback on that.

This usually happens when it takes a long time to post it & it gets lost.

Hope you hae better luck next time !!!
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 Subject :What happened to my recipe?
04/08/2013 21:50 
rgc
Joined: 02/27/2012 21:57
Posts: 21
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : What happened to my recipe?

I just spent quite a bit of time typing up a recipe and when I hit the submit button...poof...it was gone!
Do I really need to retype it?
Any ideas what went wrong?
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 Subject :Re:Quick easy recipes!
02/26/2013 22:22 
bestcookever
Joined: 04/16/2012 21:43
Posts: 43
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : Quick easy recipes!

I posted some today which might help you. They are also great for erev pesach, rush, or working mommies.

Good Luck!
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 Subject :Re:navy blue fondant
02/15/2013 15:34 
njmom
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
Forum : Chit Chat
Topic : navy blue fondant

Wilton sells kosher fondant. Not sure what color. But you can also try peppermill http://www.thepeppermillinc.com/
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 Subject :navy blue fondant
02/14/2013 20:57 
Chavy
Joined: 02/12/2013 03:58
Posts: 1
Forum : Chit Chat
Topic : navy blue fondant

Hi

Does anyone know where I can get kosher non dairy navy blue fondant?
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 Subject :Re:Question on Fresh and Easy
02/11/2013 09:39 
SonnyJoon
Joined: 08/28/2011 15:48
Posts: 6
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Question on Fresh and Easy "polish cholent" (meat?)

It should still taste good. Go for it :)
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 Subject :Quick easy recipes!
12/02/2012 14:38 
Shaindee
Joined: 12/02/2012 19:28
Posts: 1
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : Quick easy recipes!

Hi! i'm looking for quick and easy every day chicken or side dish recipes that are good, and don't have that many ingredients just the basic ones. Is there anyone that can help me? Thnx
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 Subject :Re:Promotions & giveaways
11/23/2012 18:34 
AbbyPires
Joined: 12/27/2011 20:17
Posts: 30
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : Promotions & giveaways

I was one of the first 100 responders in the comments section of the pashmina giveaway earlier this April like I was supposed to, too, and I didn't receive my pashmina either. Why not?
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 Subject :Question on Fresh and Easy "polish cholent..
11/01/2012 13:39 
yghut
Joined: 11/01/2012 18:17
Posts: 1
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Question on Fresh and Easy "polish cholent" (meat?)

Anyone know how this would be with some flanken added in. I want to try the recipe but I don't think I can get away with leaving out meat :)
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 Subject :Re:Best Food Photography Tip?
10/03/2012 15:08 
amuhlou
Joined: 12/09/2011 14:17
Posts: 1
Forum : Food Photography
Topic : Best Food Photography Tip?

My tip is to take tons of pictures, making small adjustments in between (focus, angle, props, etc.). If you think a specific shot has promise, take a couple extra shots in the same way just to be sure. It's a numbers game to some degree. Sometimes you get lucky & your first shot is THE ONE, sometimes it's not. Nobody but you will know whether your best picture was on frame 5 or frame 55.
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 Subject :Re:Freezing Food for Yom Tov
09/15/2012 15:55 
Broccoli
Joined: 12/15/2010 20:38
Posts: 18
Forum : General Holiday topics
Topic : Freezing Food for Yom Tov

I am not one who freezes much but I have found hat whenever I have done so, most foods freeze beautifully with no compensation on the taste as long as u freeze it immediately after cooking / baking it.
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 Subject :Re:Freezing Food for Yom Tov
09/15/2012 15:55 
Broccoli
Joined: 12/15/2010 20:38
Posts: 18
Forum : General Holiday topics
Topic : Freezing Food for Yom Tov

I am not one who freezes much but I have found hat whenever I have done so, most foods freeze beautifully with no compensation on the taste as long as u freeze it immediately after cooking / baking it.
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 Subject :Re:Freezing Food for Yom Tov
09/13/2012 05:53 
rachel
Joined: 12/13/2010 22:09
Posts: 39
Forum : General Holiday topics
Topic : Freezing Food for Yom Tov

I always freeze meat. I love recooking meat until it really caramelizes!
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