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diet-eat.net – Hungarian Mushroom Soup Recipe | Bon Appétit

A few years ago, I visited the Alaska State Fair and ate my way through a variety of comfort foods, including Hungarian mushroom soup, or gomba leves. It’s a mushroom-heavy soup spiced with Hungarian paprika, dill, and thyme. This soup just hits the spot on a cold night. There are a number of variations that

diet-eat.net – Bulk Food Storage Containers for Large Quantities of Flour, Oil, Sugar, Beans, and Cans

During times of unknown, uncontrollable circumstances, like say, a pandemic, people react by bulk buying toilet paper, beef jerky, and active dry yeast. Psychologists have studied our panicked purchasing behavior during this time and it all makes sense—the term “scarcity mindset” needs no explanation. I have more yeast than I need. I’m sorry! The yeast

diet-eat.net – The Make-Ahead Martini Is My Version of Meal Prep

Making cocktails at home is kind of like cooking risotto. Sure, you can do it every day, but there are probably ten people on earth for whom that would be practical, let alone desirable. Putting it another way, making cocktails is a hassle. Yes, I wrote a whole entire book that teaches people how to

diet-eat.net – How to Store Butter at Room Temperature

Years ago, I wrote about the cult of the Food52 French Butter Keeper. That little stoneware container sells consistently year after year. It promises smooth, creamy, spreadable butter so your toast never has to suffer cold butter violence again. It also looks cute. At the time, I lived in an apartment with winter temperatures determined

diet-eat.net – Aloo Tikki With Hari Chutney Recipe

These bronzed, crispy-on-the-outside spiced potato patties, or aloo tikki in Urdu and Hindi, take me back to my school years in Lahore. We used to line up for the school tuck shop owner Apa’s aloo tikki: Each one was placed neatly in the middle of warm naan and folded for a mobile snack during recess.

diet-eat.net – Should You Keep Flour in the Fridge?

Flour mites are the grossest thing I’ve ever found in my kitchen, which is an impressive, wormy list. Once they got a taste of my apparently delicious all-purpose flour, the little bugs got into the farro, some breadcrumbs, and who knows what else. I had to toss the entire pantry’s contents, sanitize, and complain for

diet-eat.net – How to Make Fresh Ricotta So That You’ll Never Be Without

The only thing better than a good recipe? When something’s so easy to make that you don’t even need one. Welcome to It’s That Simple, a column where we talk you through the process of making the dishes and drinks we can make with our eyes closed. Some of my strongest cravings have hit during

diet-eat.net – These Jewish Kreplach Are My Bubbe’s Greatest Culinary Legacy

The only thing better than a good recipe? When something’s so easy to make that you don’t even need one. Welcome to It’s That Simple, a column where we talk you through the process of making the dishes and drinks we can make with our eyes closed. I wish I could report that these dumplings

diet-eat.net – Cabbage Roll Casserole Recipe | Bon Appétit

This super-cozy bake from recipe developer Asha Loupy is inspired by classic Eastern European cabbage rolls but takes a leaf—or a layer, if you will—out of the lasagna handbook. Blanched cabbage leaves are stacked with spiced beef ragù and lemony herbed rice for a casserole that’s chock-full of all the flavors of cabbage rolls, without

diet-eat.net – This Buckeye Recipe Is Sort of Like Reese’s Cups, Only Better

The only thing better than a good recipe? When something’s so easy to make that you don’t even need one. Welcome to It’s That Simple, a column where we talk you through the process of making the dishes and drinks we can make with our eyes closed. I made it through all of pastry school

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