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The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016

The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016

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In another move to loosen its historically strict liquor laws, legislators in the state of Pennsylvania have voted to allow grocery stores and other retailers to sell wine, and convenience stores to sell beer. Until now, the sale of wine and spirits has only been permitted through stores owned by wineries or else the state-controlled retailer, Fine Wine and Good Spirits. Just last month, the state approved nine gas stations to begin selling six-packs of beer, which had previously only been available through licensed beer stores or distributors and bars and restaurants. The proposal would allow retailers with takeout beer licenses to sell up to four bottles of wine per customer, as well as the sale of wine from licensed supermarkets, delis, hotels, and bars and restaurants.

A study from New York University suggests that celebrities mostly plug food and drink products that are low in nutrients and high in sugar and fat. More than 80 percent of 65 celebrities and 38 food companies were identified as nutrient-poor and 71 percent of the beverages endorses were sugar-sweetened. Conversely, there were zero celebrity endorsements of fruits, vegetables, or whole grains.

After expressing the possibility of adding frozen fried Twinkies to its product lineup, Hostess has officially unveiled Deep Fried Twinkies, a freezer aisle item inspired by the iconic carnival treat. On the packaging, the product is described as a battered sponge cake with creamy filling. It is a frozen product that is to be enjoyed hot by baking in the oven for a few minutes.

That’s today’s Daily Dish, thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping.


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


The Daily Dish: June 10, 2016 - Recipes

Oh, that takes its place high on the "to try" list!

My cast iron pan is a 9-inch one. will this recipe work or am I likely to have overflow issues?

Why no onions? I'm adding them, consequences be damned. I AM THE DADDY

Could you use a Dutch oven instead of a cast iron?

Made it this morning (not a breakfast dish? who are you to tell me what to eat!) turned out great. Didn't have asparagus, but broccoli florets in spades. Thanks for the inspiration.

Trying this this week! Thanks, Chef John.

How much should a pan like the one you used cost? I looked at some, but I can't figure out if it's just "quality has a price" or blatant scams since I can't really judge the quality

Chef john can ouse turkey bacon

I watch alot of food videos on YouTube. Like, I mean alot of food videos. However, when I came across Food Wishes I've stopped watching most others. I have been binge watching Chef Johns videos for the last few days now. Great Videos!! I also love the narration and inside jokes. Keep making these videos!! but you're the Boss Hogg of this food blog. :)

We are planning to make this more "keto friendly" by fiddling with the type of flour we use. Hoping for awesome low-carb results.

Chef John, can this be done in a stainless steel skillet?

I have the day off and came on here to look up your mind-blowing Korean Fried Chicken recipe (which I've mad several times.

Plans have changed. off to the market for some fresh asparagus!

I have planted twenty Asparagus crowns this year when I told my wife I should have planted sixty a friend and fellow gardener said you'll never eat that much, I responded with it will be fun to try.

Not being an asparagus person, I'll try this with other vegetables. Thanks, CJ.

Once again Chef John has solved my "what to make for super" question.

To CookInWithCows: Just look at the Lodge Cast Iron pans. They are still among the best out there, will last forever, and the price is going to be standardized everywhere.

Definitely want to make this, but keto-friendly (as another user posted above). Coconut/almond flour ok as a substitute? Thanks!

Sorry, but keto-friendly is none of my business. )

Made this and it turned out beautifully and was delicious. I haven't tried the sweet version of the Dutch baby yet. maybe this weekend.

Chef John! I'm trying to convince my SO to let me buy a large hunk of legit Italian Parmesan, but he's concerned about bulk cheese because of mold. How do you store your cheese so it lasts long enough to use the whole thing to get your money's worth?

Since it's so dry, mold on real parm is extremely rare! You can also freeze, but should be not necessary. We just wrap in plastic and keep in fridge. Also, why buy a big chunk? Just buy $10 worth at a time, and you'll have no concerns.

I am imagining hollandaise sauce on top of this..mmm

This worked nice!! The crust needs some work, but once I perfect this, omg family watch out. I will also add onions and maybe some roasted red peppers. Fabulous recipe.

Doing it for breakfast for some time and with variations, mushrooms,han and onions were awesome.thx John.

OMG. Delicious. No need to change anything. Followed exactly and DAMN! Can see making substitutions such as broccoli, diced or crumbled sausage but no need. This is GOOD!

I worked in a Pancake House for 10 years off and on and we made 3 variations of this. A plain dutch baby, and apple pancake with apples in the bottom first, and then 1/2 way through cooking in the oven, we would add cinnamon sugar and flip it over, and a cherry pancake that we made similar to the apple pancake with cherry pie filling. I still love to make them and they defiantly impress your guests.

To the folks who are talking about onions.

I made this last night and (A) was heavy-handed with the asparagus (closer to 2 cups), and (B) added a small, diced yellow onion before adding the asparagus, and (C) used coarsely shredded parm, since the microplane was in the dishwasher.

It didn't puff up nearly as much, which makes total sense, but it was still wonderful. I did have to let it go for an extra minute or two, fwiw.

Make it as described for the results shown in the video, but don't fear adding the onion! Next time, I'm using Trader Joe's diced pancetta instead of bacon.

Hi Chef John, how would you recommend reheating a Dutch baby? I know they are best fresh, but I want to make a few different Dutch babies for breakfast-on-the-go. My mornings are usually hectic and very early (4am early), so reheated breakfast is my main option.

I had never heard of a Dutch Baby before, let alone a savory one. I followed the recipe to a T and it was PERFECT. The best thing I’ve eaten in a long time. I messed up the second try because I accidentally added too much Parmesan cheese and had to add more flour and milk to make it a batter consistency. Didn’t work. In fact, I have yet to make it as perfect as the first one. The third time I made it I used too much bacon, if you can imagine that! I’m going to make it again today, and I have learned that following the recipe is the only assurance of a good Dutch Baby. I’ve been following Chef John for years now, and I admire his love for cooking and his way of teaching techniques. He’s very good!

Merry Christmas,
You are so interesting! I don't believe I've truly read through anything like that before. So wonderful to discover another person with a few unique thoughts on this issue. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This website is something that is required on the internet, someone with a bit of originality! If you want to read Funny Christmas Speech you have to see the link
Thank you,


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