Can fresh eggs be frozen for later use (out of the shell, of course)? The best buys in eggs are in a package of 18. For two people, it’s a long time to keep ...
Why is brown sugar packed?
I live in India where all kinds of beans are made by pressure cooking them with onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, and spices. I have read that refried beans ...
Why do you not have gas mark numbers included in your recipes?
Which will turn out better when you bake cookies, real butter, margarine, smart balance 50/50, or soft margarine?
My husband bought 10 pounds of self-rising flour when he was supposed to buy all-purpose. Now, I'm trying to use it up, but I'm tired of hunting for recipes ...
The recipe for a British cake calls for "mixed spice." Since this doesn't seem to be available in the U.S. what do I use as a substitute?
Does vinegar expire? I have a bottle of balsamic vinegar of Modena that's been in the cupboard a while, and I don't see any expiration date.
Which is the mildest liver?
What is the difference between sorghum and cane syrup?
Do I remove the string that is holding the roast together before or after cooking?
What is the history of Coulibiac? I think it is Russian in origin, yet the name sounds French. I have a wonderful recipe for it and have included it in a coo...
Do you have the recipe for Dobos Torte? I was at a Hungarian wedding reception when I came to this country 30 years ago and had the privilege to eat this. A ...
I love Indian food and, most of all, curry. I see all over the Internet different recipes for nice and authentic curry blends (powdered spices) but all of th...
Can I use ground spices to make garam masala, and if so, what would be the recipe?
I know I'm nit-picking, but in Indian Regional Classics, the book has a recipe for Chicken Curry. Doesn't any curry have to contain turmeric?
Is a skirt steak the same as a culotte steak?
What are "raspings?" I came across this ingredient in one of Escoffier's recipes.
What other name can I use instead of potato?
Does curry powder ever spoil?