Gail Answers your cooking questions.

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Have a question about cooking? Ask Gail or one of our other cooks in the group... Consider this a advice group,, Not a Chat group, You can post your recipes too!

Deb Brock
Jan 25, 2017

Glass Measuring Cup

Why are the measurements on the wrong side of the cup? I hold the handle in my left hand and use my right to pour the liquid in.
Also, it there any way to save the painted markings on the cup? I hand wash them, being careful not to rub the paint. No matter how careful I am the paint wears off.
Thank you in advance, I've been wondering about it a long time.

Jennifer Smith
Dec 4, 2016

Gravy.

Please post recipes for how to make chicken gravy, brown gravy and turkey gravy.

Mine is too runny and not very tasty.

Thank you.

elizabeth duckworth
Jan 19, 2016

Definition of a new word.

In a lot of the online websites I have been hearing the term "Cracked Out', "Cracked Up" or even "Really Cracked" I think it's a younger generation that is using it. Does anyone know what it means? I've noticed that it really does not pertain to any one food group......I'm lost.


Jennifer Smith
Nov 11, 2015

Turkey gravy

Please -- a fail proof recipe would be greatly appreciated.

Diane Babb
Nov 9, 2015

Question about modifying a carrot cake recipe

I have a carrot cake recipe the whole family loves but I would like to try something a little different. I have a charred pineapple bourbon sauce that suggests pouring a 1/2 cup into the mix. I'm thinking if I do add it that I should reduce the oil by a 1/2 cup. Do you agree?

lisa mickey
Jun 18, 2012

how long are eggs good for ?

I have hens so eggs are always coming in the back door :-)
I was wondering tho, how long is an egg good ?
When I use them I crack it open, if the yolk runs I toss it.
but if it stays round , I consider it good.

any help would be great .
lisa

Fredia Dillard
Dec 27, 2011

No cook, but I'd like to learn

My Mother was a excellent cook, but she refused to teach me. I'd love to learn the basics hands-on if possible. Most cooking schools or classes cook food my husband and I would never eat. I have a few dishes that are my specialities, but I want to do more. Suggestions?

Bonnie Glazier
Dec 27, 2011

To freeze Or Not to freeze

I am wondering if I can freeze freshly shredded Parmesan cheese? It isn't something I use frequently, but would love to be able to have it on hand. Thank you ahead of time :)