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Feb
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revised Baked sweet potato french fries (chips) too soft, how to crispen?
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Jan
24
revised What international cooking terms sound similar but have different meanings?
Corrected the entry on Diet
Dec
26
revised What cooking techniques can be used on a barbecue?
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Dec
15
revised Where can I find vine leaves in Tokyo?
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Dec
3
revised Add spice then oil, or oil then spice?
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Nov
24
revised How can I effectively time a short thawing and brining of a a turkey?
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Nov
20
revised How do I properly breadcrumb meat?
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Nov
18
revised Why does my Victoria sandwich have a hole in the base?
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Nov
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revised Is Hobgoblin a good substitute for Newcastle Brown in a beef stew recipe?
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Nov
17
revised Where is a 'coffee cup' measured to?
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Nov
15
revised What is the difference between crème anglaise and crème pâtissière?
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Nov
6
revised Why did my attempt at pan-searing beef filets fail miserably?
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Nov
4
revised Can I cook in this stainless steel balti dish?
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Nov
2
revised Can I refrigerate bread dough after the first rise and bake it later?
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Oct
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revised What can I do if I forgot to cream the butter and sugar in my cookie recipe?
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Oct
28
revised How should I convert my Victoria sponge to a chocolate sponge?
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Oct
15
revised Translating cooking terms between US / UK / AU / CA / NZ
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Oct
15
revised Translating cooking terms between US / UK / AU / CA / NZ
Added clarifying entry on Digestives
Oct
15
revised Translating cooking terms between US / UK / AU / CA / NZ
A turnover in the UK is nothing like a pastie
Oct
7
revised “Overly sour yogurt is a sign of inconsistent inoculation” - What is inoculation?
Answerer forgot how to English :)