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What Did Your Mom Cook You When You Were Sick?

i'm laying here in bed sick with a throat cold right now and making a grocery list out some of these awesome nostalgic responces... I'm going to make that burbon lemon rok candy thing and give it out o my family in tincture bottles when I get better (we've all been passing around colds lately)... My mom always gave us Mrs. Grass' too... Flat soda (usually sprite or gingerale), scrambled eggs, toast, and fudgecicles as a treat.

Feb 29, 2012
chefstable in General Topics

SEA - Bar for birthday party?

Quinn's is good, and Mission (tequila bar baby!) is great

Dec 01, 2008
chefstable in Pacific Northwest

Help needed finding a place to eat after concert in Seattle.

So the deal with 13 coins is simple... the Seatac one is better.
Looking for affordable in that area try Crow... good simple food with a nice seasonal flare and it's not terrible expensive. A little loud but the bartenders are great and the kitchen staff is super friendly at the food bar... they have a semi private dining area too (seperated by a half wall and curtain) for larger parties....

Dec 01, 2008
chefstable in Pacific Northwest

Seeking suggestions in Seattle

I agree with the previous poster about Tom Douglas but my all time fave of his is Palace Kitchen, I find the food more inventive and the atmosphere is fun not to mention the drinks are spectacular (especially now that they fixed the singria)...
I'd also recomend Coastal Kitchen for fish though no where near as romantic as some other places in town they change their menu every quarter or so based on a differnet geographic locale.
I also agree with Flora on Madison, great place lots of fun but I don't think it's super romantic. In the same neighborhood I'd say Nishinos for sushi or the Madison Park Cafe for a SUPER romantic little place..

Dec 01, 2008
chefstable in Pacific Northwest

Beef tongue

Posted this on the local board but thought i'd see if anyone knew here either...

Ok, so I am a culinary student and I don't know how to do this so hopefully someone out there will.

I really love beef tongue and have enjoyed it since I was a kid. I am planning on smoking this one I just got and i know how to brine it, poach it, skin it and smoke it but I don't have any idea how to clean it...
I know that after you peel the skin your supposed to remove the glands so I got rid of these big fatty things that ran on both sides of the underside of the tongue... are those the glands? is that all I have to do before I smoke it?! please help!

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Oct 16, 2008
chefstable in Home Cooking

Beef Tongue

Ok, so I am a culinary student and I don't know how to do this so hopefully someone out there will.

I really love beef tongue and have enjoyed it since I was a kid. I am planning on smoking this one I just got and i know how to brine it, poach it, skin it and smoke it but I don't have any idea how to clean it...
I know that after you peel the skin your supposed to remove the glands so I got rid of these big fatty things that ran on both sides of the underside of the tongue... are those the glands? is that all I have to do before I smoke it?! please help!

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Oct 16, 2008
chefstable in Home Cooking