Search on Facebook for 'Broxbourne's not for burning' (couldn't work out how to share page). Precious rare wetlands under threat. Public health will be affected in a large areas surrounding the site. Huge parts of Herts, Essex, Cambridge and North London will be living with toxic pollution from this incinerator. URGENT signatures needed. PLEASE share. Thx.
Steak! We love to go out for it, but cooking it at home is another tale. What temperature is medium again? Gah, what does it take to achieve the perfect sear? If you're guilty of searching the web every time you're suddenly inspired to retry cooking a filet, this Cook's Illustrated recipe is for you. The CI team recommends slow roasting the steak in the oven at a low temperature, then searing it over the stovetop for the last few minutes. The results are killer.
Yes, it's a Susan Branch recipe. But I want to make a cookbook like this for my family! And make two extra copies, and have the pages laminated and give them as gifts to the kids when they move out/get married.
Don't be shellfish...I love sushi and therefore I search a lot online for recipes and all the information I can get about my favourite japanese cuisine. It’s not easy to cook everything (for me at least) but sushi is not that hard and it’s a very healthy and delicious dish. Nonetheless I hope you enjoy …
This painting by Leonora Green shows a week's ration for a FAMILY in 1941. Bacon & Ham 4 oz, Meat to the value of 1 shilling and sixpence (about 1/2 lb minced beef), Butter 2 oz, Cheese 2 oz, Margarine 4 oz, Cooking fat 4 oz, Milk 3 pints, Sugar 8 oz, Preserves 1 lb every 2 months, Tea 2 oz, Eggs 1 fresh egg per week, Sweets/Candy 12 oz every 4 weeks, Fish was not rationed, although it became difficult to find. ----via The AWL