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About Me:

I work as a professional software developer for a UK web hoster and internet services company and spend most of my time building provisioning and web based self-service systems for IIS, Apache and Citrix XenServer.

My Curriculum Vitae can be viewed on Stack Overflow Careers.

Stuff I like to listen to at last.fm

You can get in touch here: kevin #.# kenny #@# zygonia #.# net (you know what to do with the # and spaces).

Have rejoined this Facebook nonsense so come and abuse me here: https://www.facebook.com/kevin.kenny.12


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revised Recreating New York street vendors' “halal chicken over rice”
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comment Why does my bread burn at the bottom before it is done?
Buying and oven thermometer is good advice. I can't believe how far out the temp knob settings on my electric fan assisted oven were from reality.
Apr
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comment Why does my bread burn at the bottom before it is done?
What kind of bread/dough are you baking?
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comment Secret to takeaway curry
@Jefromi - many UK Indian takeaways build their dishes upon one or two basic sauces/gravies. It is a separate process and apart from creating the individual dish being cooked. I'm not necessarily suggesting this creates a "better" final dish, but it is the way it's done. I know this from personal experience, having made friends with the chefs and owners of my favourite local takeaways over the years and discussed their prep and cooking methods whilst waiting for my food.
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comment Secret to takeaway curry
-1 from me. Cream has nothing to do with that "take away" curry taste, this is a terrible answer. It's all in the spices.
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comment How do I cook ribs Chinese style?
@rumtscho - I think there's a limited number of ways to do ribs Chinese style. I think bubu's answer nails it.
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