On a quest for the perfect brownie? That quadrupled recipe didn’t quite work? Need to shed a few pounds and lack inspiration? Need help learning to cook without a book?
Pam can help.
A New York Times bestselling author, Pam Anderson has been cooking nearly everyday for 30 years now. With 7 published cookbooks, she offers sage advice to both novice and veteran cooks. You’ll never know if you don’t ask.
Q. Teruko Asks: I’m writing about your Healthy Black Bean-Hominy Chili recipe which calls for a can of hominy. Can you tell me what canned hominy is? I have searched my supermarket and health store and am having trouble tracking it down. I don’t want to give up and am am really looking forward to [&hellip
Q. Brigida Asks: I am having some trouble making your Beer Bread and was hoping you might be able to help….I’ve had difficulty “turning the dough onto a floured surface: kneading quickly to form a ball.” I found that the bread was too sticky to form. I added more flour but still had to use [&hellip
Q. Marcia Asks: I’ve been hoping to try your recipe for Easy Mocha Tartlets but have been unable to find Famous Chocoate Wafers. Do you have any idea where I can buy them? A. Hey Marcia, They’re made by Nabisco and are available at most grocery stores. I’d talk with the store manager if they [&hellip
Q. Shahidah Asks: Hi Pam! I’ve been searching for a clam chowder recipe and I just came across yours. My question is this: what can I use in place of bacon? I don’t eat pork so how can I make this wonderful dish and not lose any flavor? A. I suggest stirring a couple of [&hellip
Q. Lori Asks: In today’s USA Weekend Magazine, you have a recipe for Totally yummy DIY chai! I have one question regarding the ingredient blue agave: Is it in granular form or liquid? A.Good question, Lori. Agave is in liquid form. You’ll likely find it near the molasses and honey. Enjoy!