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Take away my fancy olive oil, my spices, the peppers I've been air-drying in my fridge. Take my copper-lined sauciers and vintage cast iron. Because these little buggers can do it all; it's easier to think of cooking applications where chipotles in adobo don't fit in rather than the other way around. If you've never tried them, a quick primer. A can costs just a few dollars and will keep pretty much forever, so there are few reasons to not keep a couple dozen around. So what can you do with these smoky-sweet blobs? Sauces and Condiments [Photograph: J. I'm prone to eat adobo sauce straight from the can, but it takes well to dilution with fat and sugar. Braises and Chili You want deeply flavored, smoky, and rich real-deal Texas chili?
Soup and Beans Chipotles add meaty depth to meatless cooking, and I love how their smoky intensity plays with earthy beans. The Historical Cooking Project. Eater. Cook's Science. How to Keep Fruit and Vegetables Fresh. Weight Watchers Points Calculator. The Weight Watchers Points System is one of the useful tools for those who want to lose or control weight.
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But do you know exactly what it takes to declare a recipe genius? Or where Kristen finds them, how she tests them, or the ones that have taken on a life of their own? This episode of Burnt Toast is dedicated to the answers to all of these questions, and many more—it's a look at the inner workings of Genius Recipes from the genius herself. (It was also an excuse for me to sit down with a friend and colleague and get a little nerdy about cooking, but that's neither here nor there.) Play the episode above, find it on iTunes, or listen to it using your favorite podcatcher. As I mention in the episode, we talk about a lot of recipes during the show. ABCD\'s of Cooking. Shit Food Blogger. Halliebateman: conversations with needy notebooks My Best Tweets of 2015 Bone broth is the most important thing to happen to me since white men invented tacos.— your friendly SFB (@shitfoodblogger) February 2, 2015 If everyone quits their bullshit corporate jobs and follows their dreams, who will buy all this artisan toast?
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They enforce a longing for what we can’t eat, rather than what we can. And–in my experience–even those desserts which are kosher for Passover by default (the best ones) are handled clumsily, almost to showcase the dietary sacrifice. Perhaps for this reason, at Passover, we settle for overly sweet canned macaroons, shapeless flourless chocolate cake, and meringues that chew like chalk. At Purple Kale, we think we can do better. Taking our cues from these classic desserts, we enlist their primary ingredients–coconut, chocolate, and eggs (good for Easter, too!) We make egg whites, leftover from a coconut milk-chocolate custard, into a dacquoise, a classic almond meringue, which we turn into a filled cookie.
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