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    Omelette/egg casserole

    I was making an egg casserole this morning using eggs half and half, American cheese, kielbasa, onion, tomatoes in a large sauté pan. Cooking it partially on the stove and then finish in oven. To my surprise the eggs were cooking on the stovetop but releasing a huge amount of liquid; it was...
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    Fruit tart recipe

    does anyone have a recipe for those glazed fruit tarts (round or rectangular) I see in good bakery shops and bakery departments like Whole Foods?   Have been trying to find one online and have come up empty? Thanks,
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    Chicken cutlets...how far in advance

    How far in advance can you prepare chicken(or veal) cutlets? How far ahead of time can I bread them? Do I refridgerate or freeze? Can I cook them ahead of time and still end up with that 'freshly cooked' taste when they are reheated? My usual thing is to be sauteing/frying them as we're...
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    Freezing Lasagna?

    Hi! Everyone. I want to make lasagna for Christmas dinner and do it a week ahead of time. Do I freeze it before or after it's cooked? What is the best pan to cook and freeze in? :lips: Thanks
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    Thickened gravy turns liquid next day

    Why does all my gravies turn into running liquids when reheated a day or two later? This happens all the time. What food science do I not understand? For example, I sauted some red and green peppers, scallions, mushrooms (I sauted the mushrooms separately because I know they have a lot of...
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    Mashed Potatoes

    What is the best type of potatoe for mashed potatoes? I've never paid much attention to the different types of potatoes and I think this must be why there's some inconsistency in the outcomes. All I know about potatoes is that the Idaho is the best baking potatoe (or so goes the popular...
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    Ceasar Salad

    I am looking for an authentic Ceasar salad recipe. I think it uses egg yolks, fresh grated parmesan, maybe some anchovey .. not sure about that. Does anyone know the origin of the salad?
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