Occasionally on our Facebook page, we play a little game called Like or Dislike, with ingredients from the pantry, ingredients I'm thinking about adding to my pantry, other seasonal foods, even favorite cooking gear. Now, Like or Dislike comes to The Perfect Pantry on Saturdays. Do you like, dislike, love, crave, despise, wish for, use in your own kitchen? The things you like are sure to find their way to the recipes here on The Perfect Pantry, so do tell!
It's no secret to readers of The Perfect Pantry that I do not like cauliflower. I've tried. Goodness knows, I've tried, but I just do not like it. Several readers, refusing to accept my limitations, have sent recipes and serving suggestions -- make it spicy! roast it in the oven! try fried "rice"! -- but it's time for me to confess that, when it comes to cauliflower, I'm firmly in the dislike camp. How about you?
Cauliflower: like or dislike?
Last week: Sriracha. Strong opinions. Most of you like it, or love love love it. A few couldn't dislike it more. For those who inquired, Sriracha does have more of a kick than "regular" Tabasco-like hot sauce, or at least that's how it tastes to me. It's usually made with really hot Thai chile peppers.
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