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Random Food Questions Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by kwilkinson, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. KJT

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    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    Seems like impolyt is the burger bun man on this forum.... maybe he'll post up a recipe.
     


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    That interests me too cause I'm not able to buy a somewhat decent burger bun here.
     


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    Yup and yup. I'm going to try a ricotta cheesecake next time. I had some while in LA back in May and it nearly changed my life.
    Meh, I've never been a fan of ricotta cheesecake, but that's just my personal preference. What recipe are you using? At this point it just sounds like its being overcooked.
     


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    Meh, I've never been a fan of ricotta cheesecake, but that's just my personal preference. What recipe are you using? At this point it just sounds like its being overcooked.
    I don't remember why cracking happens, but my wife makes a cheesecake from Cook's Illustrated that is both delicious and never cracks. I get one a year, on my birthday. [​IMG]
     


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    OK that worked well, as was quite easy.

    Fresh out of the oven:
    [​IMG]

    Cut open:
    [​IMG]
     


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    Did they taste good? If so I'll try them out next time, too. Maybe tomorrow, who knows.
     


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    Yes, they tasted good. I will definitely make them again.
     


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    I have a pigs' kidney. What should I do with it?
     


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    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    I have a pigs' kidney. What should I do with it?
    They are really strong tasting. Not elegant. I've eaten them on skewers with the liver and fat cooked in an open fire as an hors d'oeuvre. You can also put it in pate. I'd probably throw it away, honestly.
     


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    They are really strong tasting. Not elegant. I've eaten them on skewers with the liver and fat cooked in an open fire as an hors d'oeuvre. You can also put it in pate. I'd probably throw it away, honestly.
    I have one recipe that says to reduce the strong taste, skin them, cut them open, take out the white central core, wash them, then cover them with milk for 3-4 hours. Then, grill or sautÃ[​IMG]. Or do you think it's even worth it? I got it for free.
     


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    I have one recipe that says to reduce the strong taste, skin them, cut them open, take out the white central core, wash them, then cover them with milk for 3-4 hours. Then, grill or sautÃ[​IMG]. Or do you think it's even worth it? I got it for free.

    Of course it's worth it. You might as well cook it while the opportunity has presented itself. How often does one get pig's kidneys for no reason? Even if it tastes like shit, at least you'll know.
     


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    I wish to procure a pigs' bladder and roast a chicken inside; those are harder to find.

    I will try out the kidney and report back.
     


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