• Is it harmful to cook on a cast iron pan?

    I just bought a cast iron pan but I’m afraid to use it for health risks can it be harmful to cook on it
    I just bought a cast iron pan but I’m afraid to use it for health risks can it be harmful to cook on it
    11 answers · 14 hours ago
  • How much cups is 2 sticks of Butter?

    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • What are you cooking?

    Best answer: Not a damn thing at the moment. Later, I'll mix up some tuna salad for my sandwich tonight.
    Best answer: Not a damn thing at the moment. Later, I'll mix up some tuna salad for my sandwich tonight.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • How does cooking gluten free food in the family oven contaminate my food with gluten?

    oven is about 20 years old now and the oven racks go through dishwasher on a regular basis
    oven is about 20 years old now and the oven racks go through dishwasher on a regular basis
    8 answers · 5 hours ago
  • What is pizza oven?

    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I increase the number of a recipe from 4 servings to 6 servings?

    I am trying to make Olive Gardens alfredo sauce recipe. The recipe only gives option of doubling the recipe to 8 servings, or tripling to 12. I need 6 servings to be in the safe side for 5 people. Here are the ingredients listed below. 3 oz wt butter 1 TBSP Garlic 2 TBSP All Purpose Flour 1 1/2 cup milk 1 1/2 cup... show more
    I am trying to make Olive Gardens alfredo sauce recipe. The recipe only gives option of doubling the recipe to 8 servings, or tripling to 12. I need 6 servings to be in the safe side for 5 people. Here are the ingredients listed below. 3 oz wt butter 1 TBSP Garlic 2 TBSP All Purpose Flour 1 1/2 cup milk 1 1/2 cup heavy cream 1/2 cup imported Parmesan cheese, grated 1/2 cup imported Romano cheese, grated Salt and black pepper to taste
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • How Do I Feed Avocado To A Picky-Eater?

    My dad has high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and somewhat vitamin deficient, along with a few other health issues. He doesn’t eat much fruits and vegetables because he can’t afford them, nor can he stand long enough to cook in the kitchen most days. As his concerned only child, when I cook for him, I... show more
    My dad has high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and somewhat vitamin deficient, along with a few other health issues. He doesn’t eat much fruits and vegetables because he can’t afford them, nor can he stand long enough to cook in the kitchen most days. As his concerned only child, when I cook for him, I try to get him to eat more avocados and leafy greens because in the right amounts, it could greatly help many of the issues he’s having. Only— he won’t eat them. He has an issue with mushy/ creamy* textures (and gritty, and earthy notes) and his tastebuds don’t do avocado. He doesn’t do guacamole, won’t eat them hard, medium, or soft. He just won’t do it. He is also allergic to onions and cannot have grapefruit or pineapple. How can I incorporate this superfood into his diet in a way that he won’t be able to tell it’s there? Or, what are foods I can give him in place of the avocados? If you have the quantities of the foods ie: “one cup of _______ a day equates to half a large avocado”, I’d very much appreciate it!
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • I want to cook something new and exotic, but fairly easy to make. Any suggustions?

    Best answer: Chicken breasts Athenian. You buy boneless skinless chicken breasts and buy fat ones as many are these days because you are going to make pockets in them. You make a slit in each breast to create a pocket where you will put the filling. The filling is a mixture of chopped parsley, crumbled feta cheese, and chopped... show more
    Best answer: Chicken breasts Athenian. You buy boneless skinless chicken breasts and buy fat ones as many are these days because you are going to make pockets in them. You make a slit in each breast to create a pocket where you will put the filling. The filling is a mixture of chopped parsley, crumbled feta cheese, and chopped English Walnuts.. You fill the chicken breasts with the filling and brown them on each side with olive oil and crushed chopped garlic. You sprinkle on some oregano, thyme and rosemary and turn the fire down and cook til done. Serve over a bed of rice and a tomato sauce flavored with crushed chopped garlic, basil and oregano which you pour over the chicken and on the rice too but don't completely cover the rice or chicken as it looks better that way. You can garnish the plate with a piece of the parsley. You might serve with a Greek salad appetizer or dessert is up to you. Stuffed grape leaves are a good appetizer for Greek food. .
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • What to serve with this (date dinner)?

    I'm making dinner for a first date at my place Saturday. I'm making broiled salmon with a marinade of 1/3 cup soy sauce, 1/3 cup brown sugar, 1/3 cup water, juice from one lemon, teaspoon of salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder.
    I'm making dinner for a first date at my place Saturday. I'm making broiled salmon with a marinade of 1/3 cup soy sauce, 1/3 cup brown sugar, 1/3 cup water, juice from one lemon, teaspoon of salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • When people are told to cut back on red meat should they cook beef more or does it mean eat less beef?

    I honestly don’t know
    I honestly don’t know
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can I throw green apples at the moon?

    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • I want to saute onion and pepper strips for fajitas?

    Best answer: Keep the heat low (375° F) and start the onion a bit before the pepper. Add a little liquid and slap on a lid. I use red wine for the liquid but water will do. After the onion go limp and kind of transparent, add the peppers. Steam them too, and keep the stuff in the skillet moving every five or six minutes. ... show more
    Best answer: Keep the heat low (375° F) and start the onion a bit before the pepper. Add a little liquid and slap on a lid. I use red wine for the liquid but water will do. After the onion go limp and kind of transparent, add the peppers. Steam them too, and keep the stuff in the skillet moving every five or six minutes. When the onion starts to caramelize and the peppers to limp, you're home. These veggies will not be crisp, but will taste fantastic!
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • When I recipe states to add coffee, does that mean brewed coffee or coffee grinds? And if using coffee grinds, doesn't that taste like sand?

    being very gritty? Please explain. Thanks.
    being very gritty? Please explain. Thanks.
    14 answers · 5 days ago
  • I'm making a BLT for lunch, but don't have mayo. Would mustard be good? Should I leave it bare? Any other ideas?

    Best answer: It will work-hey sometimes you have to improvise.
    Best answer: It will work-hey sometimes you have to improvise.
    18 answers · 6 days ago
  • How long does the pizza last in the oven?

    5 answers · 16 hours ago