• What goes well with shortbread cookies?

    Best answer: a tall cold glass of milk
    Best answer: a tall cold glass of milk
    23 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why my cake is somewhat sticky inside?

    I am baking cake but it is not fluffy from inside, it is somewhat sticky, it is not water but oily, no sponge is formed, it resembles a dough rather than a sponge. Cake is fully baked and tastes good but is not spongy. Am I using more oil? or what is wrong with it?
    I am baking cake but it is not fluffy from inside, it is somewhat sticky, it is not water but oily, no sponge is formed, it resembles a dough rather than a sponge. Cake is fully baked and tastes good but is not spongy. Am I using more oil? or what is wrong with it?
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is your favorite tart to eat?

    15 answers · 5 days ago
  • How do you like your prime rib cooked?

    22 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can I eat raw egg yolk when the rest is boiled?

    I craved deviled eggs, but when I cut the eggs they were still a bit raw inside.
    I craved deviled eggs, but when I cut the eggs they were still a bit raw inside.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Pork chop fridge life?

    I pulled out pork chops sometime yesterday out of the freezer and put them into the fridge overnight to thaw out. (I don t exactly remember what time I pulled them out yesterday, but it was yesterday) my intention was to use them for dinner tonight. However, I m missing an ingredient and would hate to get back out... show more
    I pulled out pork chops sometime yesterday out of the freezer and put them into the fridge overnight to thaw out. (I don t exactly remember what time I pulled them out yesterday, but it was yesterday) my intention was to use them for dinner tonight. However, I m missing an ingredient and would hate to get back out in the cold/ice to grab one thing. So instead, I was thinking about leaving them in the fridge until tomorrow and then cooking them. Will this be safe? Or should I brave the cold and cook them tonight? Thanks!
    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is there something wrong with my oven?

    This evening I baked crab cakes at 425 degrees Fahrenheit, and they turned out fine. My roommate came home as I was taking them out the oven, and said she needed the oven for burgers, so I immediately turned the oven setting from "bake" to "broil." My roommate put the burgers in, and after two... show more
    This evening I baked crab cakes at 425 degrees Fahrenheit, and they turned out fine. My roommate came home as I was taking them out the oven, and said she needed the oven for burgers, so I immediately turned the oven setting from "bake" to "broil." My roommate put the burgers in, and after two minutes we saw a light flickering on and off in the oven, and it turns out a small fire had started. We put the fire out, and I went down to ask the receptionist for advice, as he used to be a fire marshal. He told me that it was likely the sudden switching from "bake" to "broil' that started the fire, but when I did Internet research on this topic there wasn't anything suggesting this was an especially dangerous thing to do. So now I'm thinking there was something wrong with the oven. Is it normal for a fire to start when you switch settings like that? We've never had any issues with the oven before, but the materials in the apartment are cheaply made, so that might be relevant.
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which of these pies would you say pairs best with a pork dinner for dessert; Almond Torte or Pineapple Apple Pie?

    Best answer: Probably the Pineapple. It depends on how you're cooking the pork (in a glaze, breaded, etc). If you're going with a fruity glaze on the pork then almond might work best, but overall I'd go with anything pineapple instead.
    Best answer: Probably the Pineapple. It depends on how you're cooking the pork (in a glaze, breaded, etc). If you're going with a fruity glaze on the pork then almond might work best, but overall I'd go with anything pineapple instead.
    6 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Quick and easy recipes?

    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • When was the last time you enjoyed eating stuff shells?

    Best answer: If we are talking about pasta...
    I had some tonight. I made fresh ricotta cheese the other day, I was teaching my Grand daughter how to make fresh ricotta cheese, and I made stuffed shells with the cheese we made.
    Best answer: If we are talking about pasta...
    I had some tonight. I made fresh ricotta cheese the other day, I was teaching my Grand daughter how to make fresh ricotta cheese, and I made stuffed shells with the cheese we made.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Chocolate Cake? Are you like me? Do you prefer cake WITHOUT Frosting? Please give details. Thanks.?

    Best answer: I agree with you, I hate cakes piled with loads of frosting. Which is why I am not fond of these cupcakes piled high with frosting also. Where's the simplicity that is just as tasty and moreish?! Victoria Sponge - no frosting (my fav) and the chocolate cake I bake or buy as long as it has a nice centre and a... show more
    Best answer: I agree with you, I hate cakes piled with loads of frosting. Which is why I am not fond of these cupcakes piled high with frosting also. Where's the simplicity that is just as tasty and moreish?! Victoria Sponge - no frosting (my fav) and the chocolate cake I bake or buy as long as it has a nice centre and a little decoration on top, but no frosting!!!
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • The quintessential cookbook?

    Best answer: UK, Any by Delia for beginners. When my son went to Uni I gave him her book. How to boil an egg.
    Every recepie was for complete beginners.
    He is now a great cook.
    Best answer: UK, Any by Delia for beginners. When my son went to Uni I gave him her book. How to boil an egg.
    Every recepie was for complete beginners.
    He is now a great cook.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Does normal Jell-O harden without refrigeration?

    Preferably long explanation.
    Preferably long explanation.
    8 answers · 3 days ago