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15-Pound Brisket for Two People?

Thanks for the tips! And glad your 'test' of your smoke alarm was a success! :)

Dec 02, 2011
StephanieTG in Home Cooking

15-Pound Brisket for Two People?

I didn't even think of thawing it and cooking different dishes with it all on the same day! For some reason, my brain was stuck on cooking it in one big chunk because that's the way it's frozen. Time to look up some recipes using brisket meat! Thanks!

Dec 02, 2011
StephanieTG in Home Cooking

15-Pound Brisket for Two People?

I need help! I have a 15-pound beef brisket frozen whole, and I need to suggestions what to do with it for two people!

First, how do I cook a piece that large? Once it's cooked, I can probably break it into meal-sized portions and freeze. But I also need suggestions as to what to do with those too!

Appreciate any help!

Dec 02, 2011
StephanieTG in Home Cooking

Is there a name for this style of feeding oneself?

I'm USA born & bred, and I've been doing this for years - and didn't know it was unusual until reading this thread! I like to make my 'perfect bites' as I call them. Which usually includes one piece of everything on my plate!

Jul 31, 2011
StephanieTG in General Topics

What do you think are the best parts (tasting and texture) of a goose, a duck, and a chicken?

I've eaten white meat chicken my whole life. It wasn't until recently that I was "forced" to eat dark meat (because my husband ate all the white meat!), and I can't believe what I was missing! It's so much more moist and flavorful. So my number one choice is the chicken oysters (LOVE!), and then chicken thighs.

May 13, 2011
StephanieTG in General Topics

My Husband Wants to Make Hamurger Buns

Thanks for the link! Making these tomorrow!

Apr 01, 2011
StephanieTG in Home Cooking

NYT Digital - Food & Lifestyle

If you follow a link to an article, it does not count toward your 20 article limit. That's what they said (paraphrased) in my email. :)

Mar 21, 2011
StephanieTG in Food Media & News

Foodzie.com and Other Online Gourmet Sites

The DailyGourmet looks great - thanks for the tip Joe! My fav site is Fooducopia ( http://fooducopia.com ). I do order pretty regularly, and I like to try something different each time. That's sometimes hard to do though when you become addicted to a certain product! I love artisan products and the real ingredients they use. No processed garbage! Good luck with your product Emme - what do you produce?

Mar 13, 2011
StephanieTG in General Topics

Easy Potato Skins

ahhh...that's what I've been doing wrong! I could never get my potatoes as crispy as a restaurant's - now I know the secret! Thanks!

Mar 13, 2011
StephanieTG in Recipes