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So I have a left-over half of a subway sandwich from yesterday. It's the Veggie Max (their veggie patty sandwich), with tomatoes, lettuce, and lots of pickles. It's been in the fridge since last night and right now it's cold, but I wrapped it in napkins so it's not soggy.
What is the best way of reheating the sandwich? I considered separating the patty from the veggies and microwaving it but that would mean that the bread is still cold and dry. My other option is maybe to toast the whole sandwich, but that would give me hot lettuce which is kind of gross.
What do I do, /ck/? Help me.
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>Think Like A Chef
>by Tom Colicchio
>Before he became a living KitchenAid informercial and shiller of useless crap on Top Chef, Tom Colicchio was a respected culinary icon--founder and chef of the now iconic Gramercy Tavern in NYC and recipient of numerous James Beard awards, including one for his first cookbook, "Think Like A Chef".
>This landmark publication seeks to teach the reader how to engage with the cooking process and to think like trained chefs: to riff on ingredients and techniques rather than always follow recipes to the last letter. In a series of innovative chapters that explore cooking fundamentals, culinary themes and variations, and "plug-in" component preparations, Colicchio provides a cooking "anatomy" for gaining kitchen mastery. The book's 100-plus recipes are offered not as ends in themselves (though they stand as delicious examples of Colicchio's simple yet sophisticated style), but as illustrative keys to the culinary processes.
>Completely without elitest foodie bullshit and written in an sophisticated-but-approachable tone, this is one book you must read.
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hey, /ck/, anon here. I need your help. I've asked around in nostalgia threads on /b/, but they're a bunch of retards, so I figured I'd come to the food board.
I'm trying to remember the name of a drink I used to get as a kid. It was like someone took Jell-O and blended it and bottled it. It came in plastic bottles like Squeeze-its.
before anyone goes on the quick fire
>no, it was not called "Jell-O Squeeze-its"
>no, it was not that shitty drink Orbitz
>no, it was not Mondo
any help would be so appreciated you can't even comprehend it. pic unrelated, but it's the gentlemen's Butterfinger