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Should be the same as chicken eggs. If they float in a bowl of water they are bad. If they sink they are good.

An egg that sink and lies completely on it’s side is very fresh. Eggs that sink and stand on end are less fresh but still ok to eat.

And they can keep up to 6 months.
Hmm...but how do I tell if the water is fresh?
 
I've been all over the (culinary) place as usual. First two screened from IG because it's just easier sometimes.

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That sandwich was fucking good, and I'm glad it all came together the way I envisioned. Victory!

Also, here's some chana masala.
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Ghanaian Red Red: black eyed peas in a tomato-based stew. This is now my preferred way to eat that legume.
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NYT chicken in vinegar and olive sauce was also a winner. Castelvetrano olives are some of my favorites.
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Happy New Year and happy cooking, everyone.
 
Neighbor gave me a bunch of pomelo...I don’t care for the bitterness of grapefruit. wondering if can make a marmalade. Would it still have that bitterness? Anyone have a simple recipe?

many other ideas of what to do with this stuff? I think she is going to give me more.
 

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Neighbor gave me a bunch of pomelo...I don’t care for the bitterness of grapefruit. wondering if can make a marmalade. Would it still have that bitterness? Anyone have a simple recipe?

many other ideas of what to do with this stuff? I think she is going to give me more.
I would be concerned using pomelo for marmelade just because the pith is so thick, but you can try. Do you have a dehydrator? Have been chowing down on dehydrated orange slices. You can always sprinkle with a little sugar if too bitter.
 
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I've been all over the (culinary) place as usual. First two screened from IG because it's just easier sometimes.

E1F7FA4A-A5B1-4B03-A188-E5828B2A3DF7.jpeg
022CAF35-3FB4-4C96-AF7C-01D3C19AAA43.jpeg
That sandwich was fucking good, and I'm glad it all came together the way I envisioned. Victory!

Also, here's some chana masala.
85DF3003-F40B-420F-8F75-0E772281E61F.jpeg

Ghanaian Red Red: black eyed peas in a tomato-based stew. This is now my preferred way to eat that legume.
E9C47F93-68CE-46BB-B3B0-124926AF2878.jpeg

NYT chicken in vinegar and olive sauce was also a winner. Castelvetrano olives are some of my favorites.
FAC46729-79E8-4B75-831E-4B615BFFC626.jpeg

Happy New Year and happy cooking, everyone.

Can you spare a Ghanaian recipe? All of this looks great.
 
Gli Sciuscielli from Food of the Italian South. Bread dumplings with potato and sausage in tomato broth. I did add garlic, garden carrots, chili flake, and used veggie broth instead of water. Rich and delicious - will certainly make again on another cool night. Paired with a side Caesar and Carignan from CA

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