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Rating and Review Policy   by Dumbledore [Admin] on 01/09/2011 16:01
How to Search by Recipe Number?   by smartcookie on 03/13/2012 09:23
How to Link to a Recipe?   by Dumbledore [Admin] on 02/07/2011 11:46
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 Subject :Re:Question for Smartcookie
07/18/2012 15:32 
smartcookie
Joined: 10/18/2011 04:15
Posts: 29
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Question for Smartcookie

Sorry, I didn't notice your question till now. the recipe calls for 1 3/4 bag of white cabbage or cole slaw mix. I fopund the black sesame seeds at Peppermill. or you can toast the white sesame seeds to get a darker brown shade.
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 Subject :Re:Difficulty uploading photos
07/12/2012 11:04 
Dumbledore [Admin]
Joined: 12/13/2010 22:03
Posts: 33
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : Difficulty uploading photos

The issue is most likely with the size of the photos. When a photo is too large, the upload times-out before the image is saved to your recipe. To avoid this problem it's best to make your pictures smaller by re-sizing them before you upload them. For best results, re-size to around 800 x 600.
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 Subject :Re:Difficulty uploading photos
07/11/2012 19:26 
AidelK
Joined: 04/15/2011 15:28
Posts: 21
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : Difficulty uploading photos

Thank you! I'll do that.
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 Subject :Re:Difficulty uploading photos
07/11/2012 13:06 
ShaindyN
Joined: 06/21/2011 15:57
Posts: 4
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : Difficulty uploading photos

your images are on a high resolution. if you email help@cookkosher.com they can tell you how to lower it.
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 Subject :Difficulty uploading photos
07/10/2012 21:05 
AidelK
Joined: 04/15/2011 15:28
Posts: 21
Forum : Customer Support
Topic : Difficulty uploading photos

I finally took a couple of photos and want to add them to my recipes. When I go to the recipes in My Kitchen, I click on the "add your photo" (on the image that says "no photo"), then browse, then click upload. I get a buffering signal for a long time, then I think it times out. I'm shown that ubitquitous "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" message. Am I missing something? I'd like to add my photos.
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 Subject :Re:What's your favorite kitchen gadget?
07/10/2012 20:42 
AidelK
Joined: 04/15/2011 15:28
Posts: 21
Forum : Cookbooks and Products Reviews
Topic : What's your favorite kitchen gadget?

I'm a little late to the party here, but I just saw a similar survey on FB, and it was enlightening to read the responses. I have a mini-wire wisk I use almost every day. I whisk up a little bit of dressing or corn starch into a little water, etc. I love silicone spatulas also, and especially the mini version that scoops into jars and little bowls.
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 Subject :Specific Yeast Type?
07/08/2012 22:31 
iLuvTaffy
Joined: 07/09/2012 03:24
Posts: 1
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Specific Yeast Type?

Is there a specific type of yeast that I should use for the Gluten Free HaMotzai Oat Challah? Is there even a difference between types of yeast?
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 Subject :Re:Shopping for Girls
07/05/2012 23:33 
chayamushkapotash
Joined: 04/03/2012 02:52
Posts: 1
Forum : Chit Chat
Topic : Shopping for Girls

zulily.com has a lot of cute clothing...
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 Subject :Re:Re:Game
07/04/2012 16:14 
RC
Joined: 12/22/2010 21:16
Posts: 7
Forum : Chit Chat
Topic : Game

Wipe
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 Subject :Re:Re:Game
06/25/2012 15:13 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Forum : Chit Chat
Topic : Game

ripe
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 Subject :Re:Summer suppers ideas?
06/20/2012 20:52 
knaidel
Joined: 03/02/2011 01:36
Posts: 45
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Summer suppers ideas?

Sigh... we don't have a grill, we don't have the budget for chicken and meat, and we have a fish allergy. Soooo... back at the drawing board! Thanks anyway! *$#@ city apartment life.
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 Subject :Re:Summer suppers ideas?
06/19/2012 17:07 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Summer suppers ideas?

If you have a grill outside, the greatest supper in the summertime is grilled food. Quick, easy, and oh so delicious. Anything you slap on the grill tastes great. Chicken, fish, meat are all great choices. Just add a salad and some corn or potatoes(also grilled) and you are done. I love the fact that my kitchen stays clean and eating outdoors is always a treat! You can even experiment with fruit and grill them. Pineapple is a favorite.
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 Subject :Re:Summer suppers ideas?
06/17/2012 19:54 
knaidel
Joined: 03/02/2011 01:36
Posts: 45
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Summer suppers ideas?

Thanks for the ideas. No special diet, just wanting inspiration, I get tired of my same ol' and in the winter the way I deal with that is by trying different soups all the time. I do try to stay away from super unhealthy things like over-processed foods (hot dogs, salami) and too much sugar.

I'd rather stay away from egg-heavy suppers, though, because my husband and daughter tend to breakfast on eggs. No cholesterol problems yet B"H but I don't want any either.

Doesn't stir fry make you hot standing over the pan the whole time? Maybe I do it wrong...

Falafel is one of my favorites! A pain to make but if I do a big batch I find it freezes well and I can just pop a few in the toaster oven when we're ready for it. Do you have a favorite recipe? I have a recipe just always shopping for more.
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 Subject :Re:Summer suppers ideas?
06/14/2012 23:26 
njmom
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Summer suppers ideas?

Not a fan of cold soups either.

So many ideas you can do.

Stir fry/lomien
Pancakes/ waffles
Eggs
Paninis
Salads - you can add turkey which isn't expensive
Falafel - falafel batter can be frozen

Is your problem for diet reasons or you don't have dinner ideas?
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 Subject :Summer suppers ideas?
06/14/2012 22:53 
knaidel
Joined: 03/02/2011 01:36
Posts: 45
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Summer suppers ideas?

(incidentally, I couldn't figure out what forum to put this in. Maybe we should have a "menus" topic? Admin?)

I am a soup lover. All Fall/Winter I love making soups, a rich and hearty one can be the main dish for supper, a lighter one would pair with one other dish and I'm done. I love to make them big and have lots of leftovers and go dunking back in for more, plus freeze containers and have an instant supper the next week.

But in the summer people are just not in the mood for soup so often. Once in a while, OK, but I can't do three different soups in one week anymore.

I have never yet met a cold soup I like. It is just NOT the same thing at all. So that's not the answer.

Any suggestions to get me through the summer? Besides my boring repertoire of macaroni, pizza, one fleishig a week (not boring but only once a week, not budgeting meat twice)
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 Subject :Re:Freezing raw kugel
06/14/2012 09:04 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : Freezing raw kugel

I have done both-frozen the kugal raw and also I freeze the apple kugal after I bake it. Both ways are great and they taste very good! I prefer to freeze the apple or any fruit kugal after it is baked, only because I find it easier just to warm it in the oven and it takes less time. As far as shredding or grating the apples, again it's how you like the apples. I like them grated, since the apples are bigger. It's all about taste. When you bake it, you don't need to defrost it, just bake it on a lower oven for a little longer. Good Luck!
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 Subject :Re:loaf recipe in bundt pan
06/13/2012 10:19 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : loaf recipe in bundt pan

Yup, I always change the loaf pans to a bundt pan and vice a verse. I also have a small bundt pan so it's hard to say how much more of a recipe you need. The only thing I would check for is the baking time. That changes depending on the size of the pan.
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 Subject :Question for Smartcookie
06/13/2012 10:15 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Forum : Q&A Cooking/Baking
Topic : Question for Smartcookie

The recipe you posted for cabbage muffins #57731 sounds great. I would like to make these, however, can you please clarify what kind of shredded cabbage you used. White, purple or the mixed bag? Also what is 1.75 bags mean? Thanks and awaiting your reply.
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 Subject :Shopping for Girls
06/06/2012 19:23 
bestcookever
Joined: 04/16/2012 21:43
Posts: 43
Forum : Chit Chat
Topic : Shopping for Girls

Anyone knows where I could find online a mock neck t-shirt for little girls which is not solid. (ex. grey polka dotted or designed)

Thanks!

Also, good website with cute & affordable clothing for 5-9 year olds!
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 Subject :Re:recipe instructions unclear
06/06/2012 19:20 
bestcookever
Joined: 04/16/2012 21:43
Posts: 43
Forum : Recipe Request
Topic : recipe instructions unclear

Have anyone of you tried this recipe? just wondering, cause I haven't seen any reviews yet....
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