From Marilyn - England
Can you tell me how you transfer Anna's Tomato Tart from the sheet pan to the chopping board? I know it's probably simple but I'm afraid the base will break up.
Holding the sheet pan with your left hand, pull the parchment paper and the tart onto the board in one stroke with your right hand. Then, transfer in squares to a dish or serve from the board with the parchment underneath. I hope that helps!
From Allene - Jackson, MS
What is the name of the canned Italian tomatoes you recommend?
I use and recommend San Marzano tomatoes. They're the best!
From Jack Crossley - Amherst, Massachusetts
I am an incoming college student, and would love some tips. What are some staple ingredients that I should have on hand, and what are some recipes that would work well in a college setting?
Assuming that you have an oven, there a million things you can make on a sheet pan with (12x18 with a 1-inch lip.) You can roast chicken breasts, Brussels sprouts, cherry tomatoes, potatoes, really any vegetable! You can even make brownies for dessert. And, it never hurts to have a box of pasta and a jar of Rao's marinara sauce on hand for dinner in ten minutes!
From Pauline Bedard - Montreal, Canada
I made your Gazpacho recipe and I would like to know how many days I can keep it in the fridge.
In my experience Gazpacho should be perfectly fine in the refrigerator for 3 days, but eventually the tomatoes will break down.
From Molly C. - Washington, DC
What are your go-to brunch recipes that you can make ahead of time?
From Janet H. - Cape Elizabeth, Maine
What sides would you serve with your Penne with Five Cheeses recipe?