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March 30, 2009 • Comments (8)
My recipe calls for chicken fat. Can I purchase this in a grocery store?

Here’s a question from Ann: I found a recipe that was my Mother’s and it calls for Chicken Fat. Can you purchase it in a grocery store and if so in what section would I begin to look. Thanks so much–Ann Affectionately called “schmaltz,” chicken fat is a traditional ingredient in many savory, ethnic Jewish dishes and is often used as the fat of choice in meat dishes since it’s a no-no in Kosher cooking to mix milk products (like butter) in a meal that contains meat. Having said this, you certainly don’t need to be kosher, or even Jewish, to… continue reading
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January 18, 2009 • Comments (6)
My Pot Roast is STILL Tough! ….What went wrong??

Hi Lauren: I bought a 3 1/2 lb bottom round for pot roast. I seared all sides then put it in a stainless steel heavy pot with carrots, celery, onion and aromatics plus I added water about half way and cooked very gently on low for 3 hours and its still not done!!! That was last night. This morning I took it out of the frig and slowly brought it back to a simmer for another 2 hours and its still tough. HELP Hope all is well with you and yours……Arlene Hi, Arlene. So good to hear from you! So sorry,… continue reading
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December 14, 2008 • Comments (7)
Are You Nuts??!

Listen, I know the economy stinks but picking up “free” wild chestnuts and giving them out as edible gifts is NOT a good idea! Seriously, a few days ago a friend of mine, living in California, emailed me in the middle of the night (4:08 am, to be exact) to ask for my help, stating in the subject line “URGENT!” This is what the email said: Dear Lauren, I was horrified to just hear from a dear friend of mine out here that the chestnuts we gave them – found on a hike- are poisonous horse chestnuts! We told them to roast… continue reading
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