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Can I mail homemade cookies to Dublin? Are there regulations on shipping food overseas, either from US or Ireland government? And if there are restrictions can someone point me to a gov website where I can find the info? Want to send some treats to my friend in Dublin who is recovering from an illness and I don't know if that's possible. Thanks.

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My question: Can put the sauce in jars and ship them home next day air? I would be adding 3 Tablespoons of sugar to each quart so I'm hoping that will act as a preservative. I plan to ship them to my son's house and he will be freezing them for me.

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Bingo! Here's what they said (and they did say that it has been advertised in the Lowell Sun a few times). Use loads of water (people really go wrong here and don't use enough like if the beans are up say 4 inches up the pot you want the water up beyond the beans by a good 8 or 9 inches) they absorb like sponges (many people burn beans).

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I've shipped everything USPS priority mail, and it seems to get to its destination within 3 days (from LA to Boston is the furthest I've sent things; mailing it off first thing in the morning probably didn't hurt). No reports of anything being stale, either. I'm sure there are past threads on shipping holiday cookies, if you do a search.

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Can I mail homemade cookies to Dublin? Are there regulations on shipping food overseas, either from US or Ireland government? And if there are restrictions can someone point me to a gov website where I can find the info? Want to send some treats to my friend in Dublin who is recovering from an illness and I don't know if that's possible. Thanks.

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In this episode, Guillermo visits Chef Pierre Thiam at his fast casual restaurant, Teranga, where he serves Senegalese-inspired grain bowls— AKA, the ultimate power lunch. Chef Thiam's goal is to educate health-conscious American consumers on these superfoods, while also improving the lives of producers by restoring biodiversity to the planet ...

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Yep, I always go with the priority mail box from the post office (2-3 days shipping time). Plus I will put the baked goods in a plastic Glad or Ziploc container and fill the extra space with tissue paper so they don't bounce around too much.

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Most of my husband's family lives on the West Coast we are on the East, plus we are leaving to go on a vacation at Christmas so I'll need to mail the gifts a little early, so I need to mail things that won't spoil quickly (within 3-4 weeks). Here are some ideas I have so far:-small boxes of truffles -caramels-chocolate bark

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In this episode, Guillermo visits Chef Pierre Thiam at his fast casual restaurant, Teranga, where he serves Senegalese-inspired grain bowls— AKA, the ultimate power lunch. Chef Thiam's goal is to educate health-conscious American consumers on these superfoods, while also improving the lives of producers by restoring biodiversity to the planet ...

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In organizing a few months of magazines, I ran across a sample preview issue of "Cuisine at home" magazine and looked through it. Got the opinion it may be a good quality "how to" magazine with cooking basics and some pretty interesting, but not too complicated, recipes.

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Watch A Place in the Sun: Home or Away? - Season 5, Episode 46 - London vs Austin: A couple decide between a two-bedroom flat London or a four-bedroom place in Austin.

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I usually make my stuffed peppers by cooking them wrapped in foil for 15 in the oven to help soften them. I then stuff them with cooked stuffing (rice, pork, etc). I am wondering if microwaving the peppers will work just as well.

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Another great eggplant recipe is Paula Wolfert's Chicken with tomato eggplant "jam". It's a Moroccan recipe and I'll post it if you are interested. It's truly delish and the eggplant melts into the sauce and can't be distinquished as eggplant. I've served it to raves from a couple of people who don't like any veg very much and hate eggplant.

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Continuing education is a good thing, as long as it's not mixed with too much Kool-Aid! Reply c oliver Aug 6, 2013 02:40 PM re: Uncle Bob I have a bad reaction when people use the Jonestown Massacre reference in cases like this.

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Continuing education is a good thing, as long as it's not mixed with too much Kool-Aid! Reply c oliver Aug 6, 2013 02:40 PM re: Uncle Bob I have a bad reaction when people use the Jonestown Massacre reference in cases like this.

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hello, I may have a few answers to your tupperware problems. You see I am a tupperware consultant. First If your plastics are truly tupperware almost all of our products are microwavable safe, On the bottom of your pieces it will say microwave safe or have a universal microwvable logo, which is a zig zag pattern.

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I'm from Iles de la adeleine and use jarred lobster all the time in the winter. You could make pot en pot des Iles which is similar to a pot pie. I can send you my grandma's recipe but only have it in French. You can also make lobster ravioli, lobster chowder, lobster in a curry sauce in filo (very yummy), lobster lasagna...I could go on for hours.

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I accidentally bought a big bunch of pac peo at my local Global Foods market and I don't know how to use it. I know it is used in Vietnamese as well as other Southeast Asian cuisines, but I'm having a hard time finding recipes online.

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The tri-tip steak you are referring to is a tri-tip roast cut into pieces. They're kind of hour-glass (or more dog-bone, actually) shaped. Grill them on a charcoal or gas grill over high temperature for a few minutes per side, then slather in garlic butter while the meat rests.

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Joebob Jan 5, 2011 10:32 AM The roe is pinhead-sized pink globes held between the shrimp's legs. Also very useful e.g., in a Chinese noodle dish. Also very useful e.g., in a Chinese noodle dish. The roe is pinhead-sized pink globes held between the shrimp's legs.

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In this episode Guillermo meets the queen of vegan cheese, Miyoko Schinner, and learns how to make a basic cashew cheese at home. They talk about the current state of the dairy industry, and how plant-based production can ultimately be its savior, and ours.

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Peel the tangerines, separate into sections, cut each section across the curve (opening up each section and cutting away some of the fibrous parts), pop out the pips (some with the knife tip), add some fresh squeezed orange juice and a bit of cinnamon, refrigerate.

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I always end up cooking the frozen ones for less than the 5 minutes called for on the package, but I like mine a bit crunchy still. I've noticed more quality issues with the frozen Trader Joe's edamame, both shelled and unshelled.

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I had my first encounter with eye of round roast tonight. I hate to say it but I think the roast won out. I took heart from an older thread about the CI method of salting the roast (3 pounder) for 24 hours (check), searing then slow roasting in a 225 degree over until internal temp of 115 (check) and let it sit in the oven until that bad boy hit 125 (bam!).

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My local Thai restaurant uses spearmint in place of Thai basil quite often. I discovered that a few mint leaves with melon and prosciutto is nice and looks a bit fancy on the plate. It went over well at our last block party.

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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I also grew up with a loquat tree in the backyard (in Los Angeles) and they were my favorite fruit. One of my personal holy food grails is to find loquats that taste anything like what we had - every loquat I've gotten from an Asian market in NYC has tasted like sugary water - no tartness, none of the taste I remember.

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Made a huge pile of lo mein for dinner last night. It was really good, but was missing something that I just can't put my finger on. There's some taste that the lo mein from the restaurant has that I wasn't able to replicate last night.

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I'll confess - I am not a fish lover. But I try to eat fish when I can stand to, though it's mostly mild whitefish or canned tuna (sorry!), just for the health benefits, especially now that my cholesterol is creeping up year on year.

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Not knowing the thickness or shape of the particular roast you will be cooking....to be safe, you should start checking at the 2.5 hour mark...If you have the time to dedicate 5 hours total time, then i would suggest you roast at a lower temp of 210-215* until it hits 122-125*....which at that time you would pull the roast and rest the meat for at least an hour, but up to two hours.

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I let the batter sit in the fridge to the buttermilk and the baking powder have time to react (about an hour or so) and then I use a double griddle from Pampered Chef sprayed with a little pam. 1/4cup at a time, flip when the edges are dry and slather with real butter and legit maple.

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I recently purchased a smoker (where the coals are in a spearate side section). I managed to get a consitent temp of 220 degrees for several hours.

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We kick off our new mini-season of CHOW-TO with an episode about the Instagram-famous pancakes you've definitely seen in your feed. Back before the coronavirus pandemic shuttered restaurants in New York, senior video producer Guillermo Riveros visited Tom Yang, co-founder of Japanese ice cream shop Taiyaki, to learn how to make their ridiculously fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes.

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