Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Timmiluvs, Mar 6, 2016.
spatchcock the turkey! cooks in like 2-3 hrs that way
That's what they end up doing and I think I'm gonna go with their recipe:
Expertly Spiced and Glazed Roast Turkey Recipe
Nice! I've made the below recipe a couple times before and it's really easy, especially if you don't want to break down a whole turkey and just want to remove the backbone. And definitely recommend a dry-brine vs. wet-brine. The glaze in that Bon Apetit recipe sounds great though!
Herb-Rubbed Crisp-Skinned Butterflied Roast Turkey Recipe
Thank you I'll check this out!
find it fascinating how many people were BA test kitchen people for Halloween. I would be both flattered and a tad creeped out by it honestly.
I tried my hand at a miso soup using sesame seaweed snacks for a make-shift dashi, miso paste, homemade broth, frozen spinach, green onions, and tofu. And may I say ....... yum. Especially with some fish and soy sauces to taste
Saw this and was instantly depressed. Some of the most wholesome content on youtube.
I got choked up watching the video. Sometimes the internet can be a good place.
The guy who has been doing the videos in his place has been good, I'm glad the channel will hopefully live on.
Made extra spicy chana masala tonight, not my prettiest plating but it’s delicious. I love Indian food on dreary nights.
Frying a whole ass turkey like I see Americans do on the internet scares the shit out of me lol
My dad has been deep frying a turkey for thanksgiving for the last decade and its always perfect. Much quicker than cooking a turkey in the oven and the skin is just so crispy.
We don't really eat turkey over here. It's mostly just old people and people with certain health issues that eat like turkey "steaks" and like ham-substitutes made out of turkey. Though I don't doubt a deep-fried turkey is tasty.
It's kind of the same here too, haha. Unless it's a sandwich.
I’ve had so much good food in Arizona, it’s an amazing place to dine. Mexican food is unbelievable here and the pizza is just as good.
Aldi’s was selling these awesome salmon bites and they were a limited run, so I tried to make them today. I think I got pretty close! It was actually super easy and they’re delicious.
What city are you in?
Phoenix and Scottsdale.
Have you had any specialities worth mentioning? A friend of mine lives in Tucson and swears by Sonoran hotdogs.
I've heard of those but I've never had one! I almost tried one this past week. I've had better mole (especially mole negro) in Arizona than I've had in Texas, California, or anywhere else. I'd also recommend Pizzeria Bianco and Lamp Pizzeria. Bianco has better pizza than I've had anywhere else in the US. Lamp is really something special too. I've also had better huevos rancheros in AZ than in other states. Chimichangas were invented in AZ. Pozole and tamales are fantastic there too. Prickly pear anything. There's nearly an endless amount of amazing places to dine in Phoenix and Scottsdale. My favorite restaurant is also there: Tarbell's
Thanks! I'm sure I'll find my way down there again soon and I'll try to cover as much of this as possible.
Made a raspberry crumble cheesecake bar the other day that I loooved. I couldn’t find a recipe I wanted to use so I ended up combining like three.
It was with the base being crushed graham crackers, oats, sugar and butter (blind baked) then a thin layer of classic vanilla bean paste cheesecake, then a fruit layer (fresh raspberries and a bit of frozen blueberries for more volume cooked up with sugar, lemon, and corn starch) and a quick crumble with oats, flour, more sugar and cold butter with a food processor.
lots of components but it only took like 30 minutes to put together. and suuuuuch a tasty result.
This sounds amazing