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What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Roll out those lazy crazy days of summer, July 2015 edition!

There's a hot-smoked salmon salad on page 102 she says you can sub smoked trout for in the introduction... Maybe that's it?

ETA: oops, I see I just repeated what Caitlin already said above.

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emily in Home Cooking

What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Roll out those lazy crazy days of summer, July 2015 edition!

Does she not have a list of recipe links on her blog or did I miss it?

Jul 28, 2015
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What are you baking these days? Happy Canada/US national holidays edition, July, 2015!

Morello sour cherry and last-of-the-season blueberry pies.

Also made my favorite brownies from the NY Times Essential book and have come to the conclusion that adding 1/4 cup cocoa powder to the batter improves them greatly - a bit less sweet + more chocolatey.

Lastly, Tutu's Super Crispy Sugar Cookies which include rice krispies. Excellent!
http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/tu...

Need help with my new Zojirushi rice cooker

I cook Thai jasmine rice every other day and stopped rinsing it. We couldn't taste the difference.

Jul 23, 2015
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Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread - July 2015

Yay for the brie and tomato tart. Agreed that you need to bake all of these thoroughly - much longer than the directions state - I put it on my baking steel which was an improvement over my usual rack method. We didn't care much for the mushroom when we tried it a few years ago, but I might revisit that one. Also a fan of the ham & gruyere.

Jul 22, 2015
emily in Chains

Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread - July 2015

I agree - would have preferred to taste more of the graham.

Jul 22, 2015
emily in Chains

What are you baking these days? Happy Canada/US national holidays edition, July, 2015!

Um, yeah, I think they'd love it! Ice cream cakes were our favorites as kids (and often still are).

Jul 11, 2015
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Hot Sour Salty Sweet: noodles and noodle dishes/ mostly vegetables

Had this for dinner using fresh rice noodles. It was okay. Was expecting a lot more flavor given the ingredients, but was a bit bland. The vinegar helped a lot. This is the second dish I made with dao jia (Thai fermented soybean paste) and I'm beginning to think I'm not a big fan of that flavor. The pork was also tough - perhaps a corn or potato starch marinade would have helped.

As an aside, my rice noodles started to go a bit mushy before the 2 minute recommended fry time. Why is this? I pulled them out of the wok and they tasted great, but seemed like they would have dissolved into goo if I'd left them much longer.

Jul 10, 2015
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January 2013 COTM: JERUSALEM -- Stuffed; Meat; Fish

I've been looking for ground meat/meatball-type dishes to freeze for my 12 month old's lunches. The whole family thought these were delicious! Not bland, but very well seasoned. I cooked them entirely on the stovetop.

Jul 10, 2015
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Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread - July 2015

Not terribly exciting, but YAY for the Jack cheese. My 1 year old loves it.

Double YAY for the dark chocolate wafer squares (don't have the package with me right now) - was thinking they'd be a little sweet blob of chocolate (sort of like Ritter bars), but, no, they are perfectly dark with a nice ratio of chocolate to wafer. Yum.

Jul 08, 2015
emily in Chains

What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Roll out those lazy crazy days of summer, July 2015 edition!

Does her tahdig include yogurt or eggs? I've been looking at recipes recently and wondering which version to make.

Jul 03, 2015
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What are you baking these days? Sumer is icumen in, June 2015 edition! [Old]

Sour Cherry Pie (for Father's Day... along with fried chicken, mashed potatoes and coleslaw)

July 2015 COTM - Nomination Thread

THE COOKING OF THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN

Jun 12, 2015
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What are you baking these days? Sumer is icumen in, June 2015 edition! [Old]

I'm surprised no one has come out with a product that does the same thing. There are certainly enough corn zippers, avocado slicers, strawberry corers, watermelon knives, etc. out there!

Jun 11, 2015
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What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy early summer, June 2015 edition! [Old]

Ooooh..... I love empanadas!

Jun 10, 2015
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Mung Bean Starch (aka Green Bean Starch)

I have some green bean starch in my pantry - do you have a recipe for the spicy mung bean jelly noodles you'd care to share?

Jun 09, 2015
emily in Home Cooking

Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread-June 2015 [OLD]

That's probably why I like them. I love Barnum's Animal Crackers.

Jun 07, 2015
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What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy early summer, June 2015 edition! [Old]

"The Asian Grandmother's Cookbook: Home Cooking from Asian American Kitchens" - covers a range of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Burmese, Filipino, Indonesian, Indian... anyone cooked from this book?

Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread-June 2015 [OLD]

I also like the Belgian Almond Thins but didn't care much for the lemon thins. Here are some other TJ's cookies I like:
Almond Windmill Cookies
Lattemielle
All Butter Shortbread (with the chocolate drop in the center, not the jam ones)

Jun 05, 2015
emily in Chains

Trader Joe's YAY/MEH/NAY Thread-June 2015 [OLD]

I particularly like Publix's mango key lime pie.

Jun 05, 2015
emily in Chains

DUNLOP March Cookbooks of Month: Meat

We are loving the Pork Slivers with Preserved Mustard Tuber - I've made it three times in the last 3 weeks. I'm a sucker for pickles and zha cai, though - I could eat a packet with some rice for lunch and be a happy camper.

Jun 01, 2015
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What are you baking these days? Sumer is icumen in, June 2015 edition! [Old]

I flagged these a while ago:
http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-bitte...

Jun 01, 2015
emily in Home Cooking

What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy Spring has finally sprung, May 2015 edition! [OLD]

I love Iggy's cranberry pecan rolls!

Jun 01, 2015
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What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy Spring has finally sprung, May 2015 edition! [OLD]

I have it and have cooked several recipes out of it. Majority were a success - I think I posted some notes on an earlier thread.

May 31, 2015
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What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy Spring has finally sprung, May 2015 edition! [OLD]

"Pasta By Hand"
"The Complete Indian Regional Cookbook"
"Real Baby Food" - I mostly try to feed my 11 month old what we eat, but sometimes need ideas when that doesn't work.

What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy Spring has finally sprung, May 2015 edition! [OLD]

A long way out, but I read that Sofra Bakery's cookbook will finally be out in the fall of 2016 and titled "Soframiz: Recipes from Sofra Bakery and Cafe."

May 27, 2015
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May 2015 COTM: EAT, Chapters 1-4, pp. 1-171

I fondly remember Wordsworth Books!

May 22, 2015
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What are you baking these days? April showers...bring May flours ;-) May 2015 edition! [OLD]

They'd definitely be better crispy.

May 21, 2015
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What cookbooks have you bought lately, or are you lusting after? Happy Spring has finally sprung, May 2015 edition! [OLD]

"Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking: Authentic Dishes for the Home Cook" arrived yesterday. Looks good so far!

What are you baking these days? April showers...bring May flours ;-) May 2015 edition! [OLD]

Good to know.

May 20, 2015
emily in Home Cooking