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OFFICIAL THREAD: General Cookery and Discussion

Beckwith

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Would recommend people check out NYCWFF cooking classes. Did one with Josh Capon of Lure in NYC and Burger and Barrel, was a fun experience. Nothing earth shattering, but a fun unique way to make a meal and pick up a few tips along the way. Doing another class on Chicken Schnitzel.
 

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I successfully improved a chicken and lentil soup tonight. It wasn't mind-blowing, but it was good. Coming to the realization that basically anything turns out "good" if you cook & season well.
 

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I've attempted some baking for the first time in my amateur cooking career over the last couple weekends. Two weeks ago I tried a blueberry pie and although it tasted good, the crust came out pretty unattractive. Last weekend was blackberry pie and I'm reasonably pleased with this result.


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Piobaire

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I love hummus but it doesn't love me. :(
 

Beckwith

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Experimenting with the sear burner, cooked the kebabs slowly then crisped over the sear. I loved the hummus, was more worried about getting the chicken fully. I always struggle with that.
 

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