Food Fridays: What Do You Want to Learn How to Make?

Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 03:50 PM

Our first Food Friday includes a look at how to make red wine vinegar, sriracha sauce and other condiments at home. Do-it-yourself projects are a big part of our Food Fridays series, so tell us: What do you want to learn how to make? Is it beer? Bread? Greek-style yogurt? Pickles?

Tell us in comments section below, and we’ll see if we can include it in a future Food Fridays DIY segment!


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Comments [6]

Florence Martin

On air today, Leonard said he would post the Brussel Sprout recipe and the minnestrone recipe. I do not see them. Thank you

Mar. 22 2013 01:38 PM
Marianne from Yorktown Heights

I know I'm late to the programme but just wanted to say that my Italian friend uses a piece of uncooked pasta as the "mother" when making vinegar. Wondering what your guest thinks of that.

Mar. 01 2013 03:01 PM

Is there a difference between a raw almound & one that I roast -- no salt

Mar. 01 2013 01:50 PM
Robert Plautz from New York City

Could you please explain further your comment that "peanuts are not nuts."

Mar. 01 2013 01:46 PM
Nora from Brooklyn

Please ask Dr. Ramsey about milk. 2% or whole? What are the health benefits and differences?
I know children in particular need fat for their brain development, but what about adults?

Mar. 01 2013 01:45 PM
James Murphu from Manhattan

I just bought some cardoons at Fairway. Any suggestions on how to cook them?

Mar. 01 2013 12:02 PM

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