Rediscovered! Chowhound discussions you love, but had forgotten
- The Dairy Queen Sep 27, 2013 04:48 PM
In this thread about some recent software changes http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9182..., ChrisVR mentions that, in the process of bookmarking all of her "saved" threads, she rediscovered some of her old favorite discussions, such as this discussion with krissywats rosemary cracker recipe http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/278744
Which favorites have you rediscovered?
Here are a couple of mine:
King Taco: What's in that sauce? http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/306080
I have discovered the universal condiment:
Grandmamma's Orange Cake
Mom Mom's Red Velvet Cake/Butter Cream Icing
What are some of your rediscovered favorites?
I had the Rosemary Crackers thread bookmarked as well!
Figs Figs Figs!
What do you overbuy?
Ground lamb ideas
Leff chronicles site sale
What are your tried and true from Epicurious.com
What do Chowhounds do for a living (besides eat of course)? [old]
But the best? Is absolutely Janet from Richmond's "How to tactfully avoid inviting others" - This is a funny story of Mooch and Hooch. :-)
rworange's epic 2006 canned sardine tasting:
The Great Sardine Taste-off wild, organic, Kosher, Polish, etc
The Great Sardine Taste-off best canned sardines Next 7
The Great Sardine Taste-off the Sardine Saga continues (cans 31-39)
The Great Sardine Taste-off – the Spanish Saga (cans 40-49)
A few that come to mind for me:
"things that call into question a cook's credibility"
and it's corollary, "cowering in fear"
More recent, along the same lines "what is your dirty little food secret?"
The montreal smoked meat thread was/is kinda awesome:
And the hash brown comparison thread:
And "incredible cookies from lousy ingredients and pedestrian recipe"
"Absolute best risotto you will ever eat" was interesting, testy, and hilarious: