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Jun
6
revised Make espresso in office kitchen- just have a kettle and microwave?
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Jun
6
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Jun
6
comment Preparing / pre-cooking hash browns / home fries
Very thorough. Thanks.
Jun
6
comment Make espresso in office kitchen- just have a kettle and microwave?
Some misconceptions in the comments. Espresso machines do not push steam through the grounds. They push nearly-boiling water through the grounds at high pressure. Steam is usually, but not always, used to generate the pressure. I agree that an aeropress won't generate the same pressure, but it may be an adequate compromise.
Jun
6
comment Can you parfry hash browns in advance?
cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/34532/…
Jun
6
asked Preparing / pre-cooking hash browns / home fries
Jun
6
comment Can you parfry hash browns in advance?
@SAJ14SAJ Well, I'm curious so I'll do it.
Jun
5
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Jun
5
revised How can I make Chinese chicken fingers like in the northeast USA?
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Jun
5
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Jun
4
revised What do you use to get the vegetables out after steaming?
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Jun
4
comment Is there any difference between cheap and expensive vodka?
Generally a great answer; I have upvoted. But: most vodka nowadays is made from grain, not potatoes. Supermarket own brand vodka can be very good. I personally find Asda Export Strength Vodka to be smoother than Smirnoff Red (Asda being a British supermarket).
Jun
4
comment How can I make this wine and bacon sauce into a thick liquid?
This "recipe" doesn't promise a thick, spreadable sauce. It says "reduce until it's a runny sauce consistence".
Jun
4
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Jun
3
revised Uses for dry bread
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Jun
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Jun
3
comment Uses for dry bread
I don't see what living in a hostel has to do with not eating soup! Dry bread can make acceptable toast. The classic British use for stale bread is bread and butter pudding (butter the bread, cut into cubes, layer with some raisins, pour on a mixture of hot milk, sugar and eggs, bake).
Jun
3
answered Is fresh cod with worms safe to eat?
May
31
revised What do you use to get the vegetables out after steaming?
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May
31
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