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Fruit Flies Indicate Organic Food Is Better

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Fruit flies indicate that organic fruit is better. The debate about the health benefits of eating organic carries on, but one smart middle-school girl discov…
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Lazy Man’s Corned Beef & Cabbage

This soup recipes simple lesson to learn from corned beef and cabbage Lazy

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Here is a classic in a simple recipe. Here’s the recipe: corned beef and lazy man cabbage ingredients: 2 onions, chopped * 4 pounds corned beef breast with spice packet * 12 oz of beer (no alcohol is fine) * 2 c. yellow mustard * 1/4 cup brown sugar * 1 cup of broth cooking water or broth or beef * 1 bag of dry mix onion soup cabbage * 8 corners: In slow cooker put 4-6 liters , onions first. Place meat in slow cooker. Combine mustard, sugar, beer, broth / water, onion soup mix in a bowl. Then the mixture on the chest. Cover slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours. Remove corned beef from slow cooker and cover with paper, then pushed into the oven at 200 degrees F to keep warm. Add cabbage quarters in liquid in slow cooker. Cover slow cooker and cook on high heat for 30-40 minutes longer or until cabbage is tender crisp. Serve and enjoy.
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Q&A: Your worst cooking nightmare/embarrassment?

Question by thebassistsgirlfriend: Your worst cooking nightmare/embarrassment?
Okay, so I can’t be the only person in the world who has unintentionally released THINGS from my kitchen. You know. Monstrosities the likes of which should never grace a plate or be seen by sane men. Generally, if you listen to my husband, I’m a damned good cook with what I know, but I’m always learning, and along the way things sometimes get . . . messy.

So! I’d like to hear some stories about your greatest/worst/funniest culinary mishaps. Top Chef premiers tonight, and I need some good tales to get me in the mood. A terrible recipe, a mistaken ingredient, or just a dinner disaster. Best story gets the Best Answer prize, of course, and you get to make some people laugh or grimace with sympathy.

I’ll start. I’m a big fan of Alton Brown (he makes learning fun! :D ) and recently I saw the Duck episode. He basically shows you how to strip down a duck into quarters and cook it in a way that renders most of it’s fat out, making it leaner and tastier. My biggest mistake in attempting this myself a few days later may have been the fact that my knives were about as sharp as playskool safety scissors, but I also had no experience disassembling birds whatsoever. The carnage that day was terrible, I tell you. I abandoned my ill-suited kitchen shears halfway through and simply resorted to hammering on the joints with an extremely dull cleaver. It was like something out of Kill Bill. I de-boned sections that didn’t need de-boning and I did it POORLY. I had bits all over the front of my apron. It took me over an hour for one small bird. To top it all off, I ended up forgetting it in the oven for over an hour while I got distracted in the herb garden by something shiny, like a small, stupid puppy would. Burnt to a brick. Oh well. When my husband got home and asked what was for dinner, I just said “Nothing” and changed the subject. At least it was a lesson in humility.

So come on! Don’t be shy. Share you stories and maybe spare someone else the misfortune of making the same mistake.

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Answer by Penny B
Macaroni and cheese that flubbed. It was for a church dinner. I had run out of cheese except for a package of cheap american artficial cheese. Well, needless to say, the cheese did not melt. The mac and cheese tasted terrible, and looked just as bad. I felt like a fool. Well, needless to say, I never made mac and cheese for a church dinner again. I now just take a simple dish of buttered corn.

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