atlfarkette: msupf: rappy: This is one of the most boring food threads.fine, lets add some gravy[imageshack.us image 850x635][encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 225x225]
ahab: I'm a big fan of quinoa. My latest recipe with it was this:[farm4.staticflickr.com image 800x534]Crunchy Cashew Thai Quinoa Salad with Ginger Peanut DressingThese were also a big hit:[farm9.staticflickr.com image 800x534]Buffalo Chicken Quinoa BitesAnd finally (for now, cuz I gotta go get lunch), this one is simple but really really good.[farm4.static.flickr.com image 500x375]Quinoa Pilaf With Chick Peas, Pomegranate and Spices
soosh: one thing about quinoa. I didn't like it much when I tried boiling it like rice. I've found that putting it in a mesh strainer over boiling water and steaming it cooks it up much nicer, without turning to glue, and leaves it with individual seeds with good texture.
soosh: MappingChick: I'm still trying to find a fine mesh strainer for rinsing quinoa that doesn't cost eleventy billion dollars.I just use ones like these
soosh: Millet is not one I'm fond of. Too small and feels like birdseed
rappy: This is one of the most boring food threads.
msupf: rappy: This is one of the most boring food threads.fine, lets add some gravy[imageshack.us image 850x635]
hillbillypharmacist: [i291.photobucket.com image 764x1023]CHESS PIE MOTHERF*CKERS!!
DGS: EggFool: DGS: EggFool: My conditioner has quinoa in it. FFS. Quit that.Hah! That amuses me./you bought it..It's the kind I always buy! A bottle lasts me forever, and they get more hippy every time though. And it smells like effin baby powder this time. What are they doing in the science room over there?! The hippies are high.Pot meet kettle!/and really, why not.. there's oatmeal in stuff, too. Weird.
jigger: What about hominy?[3.bp.blogspot.com image 320x240]
rocinante721: soosh: Millet is not one I'm fond of. Too small and feels like birdseedcook 1:1 with rice
stainedglassdoll: I didn't read the thread (sorry), but the Schnucks chain in Saint Louis has started carrying these store brand (Culinaria) heirloom grains and grain mixes that I've really been enjoying.My favorite so far is the Charcoal Wheat. Chewy, nutty, delicious. You can probably find it at an indian market or some more yuppie oriented locations.[shopping.netsuite.com image 572x380]http://www.indianharvest.com/products-charcoal-wheat-155
Because People in power are Stupid: Not a grain, but try almond flour, it's great for pancakes and heavier dough.
soosh: I'm quite fond of oat groats, spelt berries, rye berries, buckwheat groats, etc. just look for the Bob's Red Mill brand display and try some out.Millet is not one I'm fond of. Too small and feels like birdseed.
Maud Dib: msupf: rappy: This is one of the most boring food threads.fine, lets add some gravy[imageshack.us image 850x635]Good job on the frozen peas, Emeril.
the_foo: geez, you foodies are dull to the point of causing actual physical pain
Sneakytoes: I got hooked on Kasha, which is commercially available buckwheat groats, when I married into a Jewish family. I make it with chicken broth and egg, and don't add the annoying bowtie pasta.
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