I am wondering if anyone out there has experienced this. I have some fairly nice Indigo Palms t-shirts of various colors. Almost every time I wash these shirts, they come out with odd spots on them. It almost looks like an oil. I am pretty sure it is happening in the washing machine, because the […]
hey every one i have no meals in the house so i was looking for some ideas on what i can cook for dinner tonight? so in my house i have… curly fries eggs bread sauages peas baked beans pasta rice butter sauses i also need this meal for two people thank you:)
I am baking pancakes, and the recipe calls for 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil. I have butter, olive oil, and vegetable oil cooking spray. How can I use the ingredients that I already have to substitute the vegetable oil? Oh, before you ask, I don’t have any other oils, such as sunflower or canola.
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I ate at Sweet Tomatoes the other day, and they had the best soup, it was Smokey Pinto Beans with Rice. Please help me find this recipe! Thanks!
When frying a turkey can you subsitute anything in place of the peanut oil without affecting the end results?
Peanut oil is very expensive in my area. A gallon is probably more costly than the turkey.
Today I finished a walnut shelf with Watco Danish Oil, following the instructions — wiping the oil off after 45 minutes. Since then, small amounts of oil have been coming out on the surface. I know it’s normal, but I’m wondering how many days it’ll continue.
Not having a Tandoor (Indian Clay Oven) at home made me experiment this recipe..Its a dish that reminds the flavor of Paneer cooked in a Tandoor!!! As my son loves to eat Paneer curries with…
I mean when making pudding from packages with powder (like Jell-o brand and similar) – the recipe on the package calls for milk, but all I have is soy milk.
I have limited resources for cooking, so I need something easy and *simple* (preferably completely pan-fried). I only have garlic powder, salt, pepper, soy sauce, and some other random Asian ingredients to work with (no herbs). I do NOT have flour, panko crumbs, or anything of a baking nature because I don’t really bake.