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Comment by Michael Penn on August 31, 2016 at 6:14pm

Steaming is an excellent way of cooking and I need to be doing it more often. I think steamed food is better for you and keeps more vitamins in.

Comment by Idaho Spud on August 31, 2016 at 4:30pm

Those eggs at the top of the page  look delicious!

Comment by Daniel W on August 31, 2016 at 3:13pm
QM, so far, so good! The eggs came out perfect. I usually keep them at least a week before boiling - it helps with the perling. These were not as old.

Worked for the pitatoes, too.
Comment by Daniel W on August 31, 2016 at 2:00pm
Teo things I learned today about cooking.

1. Instead of hard boiling eggs, they can be steamed. The advantages of steaming are supposedly they peel easier (mine did), the yolks are a prettier yellw with no grey edge (mine were), and if they are cracked, the egg remains intact and does not ooze its innards into the boiling water. At least with this one try, all 3 of those were true.

Since I had the steamer out, I steamed potatoes too. I was having issues with hone-grown potatoes popping like big messy popcorn when boiling, even when I jabbed them with a fork. Steaming worked for them too.

Im an old guy who still has a lot to learn about cooking,
Comment by Daniel W on August 29, 2016 at 11:03pm
I dont understand McDonalds using worms in their hamburgers, Worm cost $35 a pound. Im sure beef is much less.
Comment by Ruth Anthony-Gardner on August 29, 2016 at 11:29am

McDonald's operator responds to claims of worms in burgers

Mayfield resident Madison Stephens told WPSD-TV that she visited the local McDonald’s on Sunday and purchased food for her and her 1-year-old son. She says that as she was about to bite into her hamburger, a live worm fell out.

At the McDonald’s in Draffenville, about 25 miles away from Mayfield, Lacey Jo Lovett says she also found a worm in her burger on Tuesday.

Stephens says she contacted McDonald’s about the
incident, and they sent her a $10 gift card.

Comment by Plinius on August 22, 2016 at 2:17pm

I leaned in the meantime that tofu must be marinated in watery things, but not in oil. Oil prevents the tofu from absorbing the spices. So I'll find some sauces or whatever - there was nothing in the fridge...

Fried the left-over tofu and put it in a beetroot salad. Very nice!

Comment by Randall Smith on August 22, 2016 at 10:58am

Chris, even though I'm not into tofu, your recipe does sound good.

Daniel's stir fry meal with soy sauce gives me a plan for tomorrow's supper. (Tonight's is already set--cooked pasta over a tomato based mixture.)

Comment by Plinius on August 22, 2016 at 3:31am

I'm not much of a cook but I started marinating tofu, in a little water, garlic, soy sauce and some left-over vindaloo paste. That was rather good. Any ideas about this are welcome!

Comment by Daniel W on August 21, 2016 at 8:25pm

Tonight we had stir fry with tomatoes, red bell and mildly hot peppers, onion, garlic, and two pods of okra so far.  stir fried, mixed with scrambled eggs, and topped onto rice.  Nice spicy meal.

I started tomorrow's sourdough starter.  This one is another attempt at whole-wheat sourdough.  I let the last attempt go too long, and it turned into a log the consistency of wood.  Then I made a loaf with unbleached white bread flour to rebuild my confidence.


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