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March 2010 Everyday Food

March 2010 Everyday Food

The March issue of Everyday Food is out, and if you haven't seen it yet, here's a sneak peek at the cover. There are a lot of delicious recipes inside, including a grocery bag that features a week of fresh, simple, and tasty meals. Check out the dessert story and learn how to transform a simple pizza dough into cinnamon rolls, fruit turnovers, even sweet focaccia and pretzels. If you're looking for make-ahead ideas, we have a whole crop of recipes that can be made in advance, frozen, and then quickly reheated any night of the week.

If you already have your copy and are cooking from it, we'd love to hear your thoughts.Enjoy!

Comments (6)

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    I made the bran muffins with pineapple yesterday--they are good except the recipe calls for too much salt! I am not sure if this is an error but next time I will use fine grain salt and about half of what the recipe calls for.

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    I wanted to try the sticky chicken or sticky ribs receipe in this months everyday book, but I cannot find "fish oil". I'm limited in shopping, all I have is walmart and foodlion. Any substitutions?

  • avatar Author Comment:

    We are so sorry you had trouble with the Bran Muffins with Pineapple recipe. We baked these muffins several times in the test kitchen and never found them to be too salty.

    In all of our recipes we call for coarse salt and in the kitchen we use the Diamond Crystal brand exclusively. Because table salt is about twice a salty as coarse salt, if you used table salt instead that would account for the extra saltiness. Also, is it possible you used salted butter? A stick of salted butter can have up to 3/4 teaspoon salt in it, which in this case, would almost double the amount. I hope that you try the recipe again using these suggestion (or using less salt as you noted in your comment). Let us know how it goes.

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    Hi there. You are shopping for "fish sauce," not fish "oil." Look for it in the ethnic aisle of your market, or wherever Asian sauces and ingredients are stocked (like soy sauce, hoisin, oyster sauce, etc). If you still cannot find it, you might want to try an online resource—even non-food sites like Amazon carry it. I have made the wings myself four times at home, and believe me, they are worth it!

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    I, too, tried the Pineapple Bran Muffins and found them delicious! They freeze beautifully too -- we ate on them all week. Nice to have a guilt-free muffin option for weekday mornings.

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    We made the pineapple bran muffins over the weekend and everyone loved them. We used the course salt and they weren't too salty at all. Very moist and delicious! We didn't get to try freezing them because they got eaten up too fast.

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