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The Twittered guess: “Red peppers in a marinade w/zombie brains.” Extra credit for creativity, Cindy, but the answer is tomato paste squeezed out of a tube and gravy fat and pan drippings. Now I want to share two T.I.P.s about … Continue reading →
This is not only gross but harder to identify because I’m such a bad iPhoneographer, or rather, a ghoulishly bad iPhoneographer. I’ll announce the results before the clock strikes Midnight tomorrow evening (AKA Friday, October 28). What’s the reward this … Continue reading →
What the heck is a personal melon? And what is odd about where they posted this sign? If you take a guess by leaving a comment below, you’ll qualify for a drawing to win a copy of my upcoming cookbook … Continue reading →
Roll forward when the going gets tough. I’ll post the answer to this food photo mystery on Tuesday. May the forks be with you. Click here to check out past mysteries, or click the Culinary Mysteries tab on the Categories … Continue reading →
This mystery food is the delicious side effect of baking cupcakes. I call them “Golden Drip Cookies,” and they emerge when you make cupcakes with a yellow cake base. Just fill your muffin tins messily. The ones which stay gold … Continue reading →
I’ll post the answer on Wednesday. May the forks be with you. Click here to check out past mysteries, or click the Culinary Mysteries tab on the Categories list to the right of this post. (Read the posts from oldest … Continue reading →
PHOTO #1: ROUX. If you don’t know what roux is, read on because it will be explained. If you do know what roux is, read on because it will be celebrated. PHOTO #2: PAN DRIPPINGS FROM ROAST CHICKEN, DEFATTING IN … Continue reading →
I’ll post the answer on Tuesday. The pairing of these pictures should make this an easier I.D. than the puzzlers from December 2010 and February 2011. May the forks be with you.
Hint: Purim’s coming! This month’s mystery food (see previous post) is a slow-cooked filling of poppy seeds and golden raisins, known as mohn if you speak German or Yiddish. I began with Gil Marks’ recipe from The World Of Jewish … Continue reading →
Hint: this tastes good despite its gross appearance. The first person to guess correctly will be mailed a free copy of FOOD AND WORRY (your choice of Kindle or paperback). Answer TBA on Monday.