Too much Kale

Too much Kale My home Garden is doing very well and I have been plagued with way too much Kale and spinach. I also have a lot of herbs. What can I make? Submitted June 01, 2017 at 08:23AM by QwertyHutJr

Good Olive Oil at home

Good Olive Oil at home Guys, do you have a good reliable olive oil for home use? Stuff that they would use in high end restaurants perhaps for cooking (not finishing oils). I can't seem to land on a brand that I can go to consistently and just end up getting the green California bottles….

Keeping your rice and other dry goods sealed properly?

Keeping your rice and other dry goods sealed properly? Hello, new to storing things in any containers other than their packages (tupperware not included.) I had some questions to anyone who regularly takes their dry goods out of store packaging or otherwise buys bulk and has to provide their own packaging. What are the best…

Seasoning for rice and fried veggies

Seasoning for rice and fried veggies I've been eating quite a bit of boiled rice and fried veg lately (tomato, onion, bell peppers, mushrooms and baby corn) Just wondering what seasoning people would recommend to add some flavour. Submitted June 01, 2017 at 06:32AM by Summincool

chicken drippings

chicken drippings My dad likes to roast chickens weekly. He often saves the juices that collect in the pan after roasting. After refrigerating, he skims the congealed fat off of the top, and retains the gelatin-like juices. Why is this gelatin-like? I thought you only get gelatin from boiling bones and making a stock. Is…

Sautéing leafy greens

Sautéing leafy greens Hey everyone, I'm looking for any recipes or suggestions you have when it comes to cooking leafy greens. I don't mind making a crunchy salad (and I do many days), but I find that I enjoy sautéed greens as a side dish far more. However, usually I eat this in restaurants. Any…