I don't own an icecream maker, how could I adapt this to work without one?
Spring Dessert Recipe: Strawberry and Honey SorbetRecipes from The Kitchn
|3/29/12 11:56 AM|
Hah, yes, I would DEFINITELY be the host kicking people out. I have an OCD with the way things are loaded in the dishwasher, and you pretty much just outlined all of the rules. The only other thing to point out is that dishes/plates should never be banging together loosely. If you load not-quite-like items together, this happens, and the force of the jets will push them back in the cradle, then they fall forward again and clang against the other dishes in front of it. This could damage your dishes! Good idea to make sure things are sitting nicely in the dishwasher before running it off.
Dishwasher Wars: What Are Your Loading Rules?
|2/16/12 11:27 AM|
I have also recently been enamoured by the pourover method. I find it charming to watch the grounds bloom and steep, then drain away. Maybe it's that inner fascination with how a regular coffee maker looks when the lid is closed that makes this so interesting for me though. I personally prefer the filter to the french press, which I also have, and I find it to leave more sludge in the bottom of my cup than I'd like. Filtered coffee is clean tasting. This is entirely a matter of personal preference of course. I think all types of coffee brewing are fascinating.
French Press or Drip Method: Which Has Your Heart?
|2/16/12 11:25 AM|
I've had friends who moved into an apartment only to realize some weeks later that there.. actually isn't a microwave?!?!! They get along with the oven, but I think losing the sheer convenience of an insta-heater takes some getting used to.
Which is Better... A Microwave or More Countertop Space?
|1/25/12 11:48 AM|
This stuff is great for everything. Growing up, we used it as an accompaniment for chow mein and wonton noodles. I use it for marinading pork, and as a main ingredient in a simple cucumber salad.
What Can I Do With Thai Chili Garlic Sauce?
|1/10/12 04:31 PM|