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bio website antipaucity.com
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I'm a hobbyist programmer, part-time sysadmin, and full-time data center management, automation, and cloud computing architect and delivery engineer.

I have experience with myriad editors, shells, and OSes. While I have my [strong] preferences, am pretty much beyond the religious wars of "what's best" when it comes to platform, editor, or toolset: if it works for the problem at hand, and you know it, it's [probably] worthwhile :)


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comment What is the difference between a biscuit and a roll?
the baking powder vs yeast must be the ticket - thanks
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comment What is the difference between a biscuit and a roll?
@Jefromi - perhaps "most" is inaccurate, but I eat out a lot, and have almost always gotten rolls or biscuits with my meal when I have gone out. And yes, I can tell the difference - I want to know what the difference is.
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comment What is the difference between a biscuit and a roll?
@klypos - I live in the US and have traveled extensively throughout the country, this is not looking for a European view - unless it can provide some good clarity :)
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comment How do you make a cake lift equally and minimize doming?
and another thing to try is a wetwrap for the pan (Wilton happens to make one (I am not affiliated with Wilton)). This is an insulated cloth strip that you soak then wrap around the pan prior to putting it in the oven ... does an admirable job at keeping the cake cooking evenly (given that it's not too deep to start with)