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Jul
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
3
answered How to properly sharpen Santoku and any other knife using a water sharpener/Japanese whetstone?
Jul
3
comment Why does a pizza stone make my pizza dough bread-like?
I have never seen one of those perforated trays. HOWEVER, I have a stone and get results similar to what you describe. I have mostly given up. If you pan works for you, go for it!
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
15
accepted Why are my doughnuts raw in the middle?
Jun
10
comment Why are my doughnuts raw in the middle?
I thought about this but was unsure about what cooks the doughnut. Air is usually a good insulator. So I suppose they fry on the outside but actually steam on the inside?
Jun
9
asked Why are my doughnuts raw in the middle?
Apr
13
awarded  Custodian
Apr
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to butter-roast coffee in frying pan?
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
11
awarded  Notable Question
May
4
comment Can you beat eggs inside their own shell?
That's crazy. I'll have to try it.
Mar
19
comment Unroasted coffee beans in the pantry, several years old: roast, toss, or other use?
Sure, if they clearly look bad, the texture has gone off, they smell bad, then don't roast them. But if they still look like beans, there's no harm roasting them. And then checking the roast to see if it is still OK. The asker specifically says that they appear to be fine.
Mar
2
comment What are the advantages of homemade pasta over store-bought?
By fresh and store-bought are you referring to fresh egg pasta and dried eggless pasta? Because now you can pretty much buy all the types of pasta.
Feb
15
answered Freezing Bouchon Bakery Macarons. Whole cookie or just the halves?
Feb
14
answered Why do I need over ripe bananas for banana muffins?
Feb
14
comment Freezing Bouchon Bakery Macarons. Whole cookie or just the halves?
Are you sure it says to freeze them?
Feb
13
comment Are there visual differences between regular and decaf coffee?
Even without the container, you can tell by the roast, and even when you make the coffee. Decaf tends to be darker and you need to grind finer when making espresso. But to tell after the shot is pulled? I suspect that the decaf does generally have less creme due to the extra processing. But it's been years since I had any decaf beans ...
Feb
9
comment What can be used as a wrapper with minimum taste?
Mash the potato and use it like a dough? Like Shepard's pie or gnocchi?
Feb
5
awarded  Nice Answer