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A long-time game developer and professional software developer. You can find my games on my casual gaming portal, Deen Games. You can read my C# articles at C# City and my Java articles at Java Eggs.

You may also be interested in what I'm cooking up on GitHub.


Dec
7
comment Breading/Crumbing Chicken in their own eggs
+1 gross is right.
Dec
7
comment How to crisp breaded foods the next day (especially panko)
@Jefromi we can discuss it here (I already created it when I saw your comment. I mean the cooking technique (breading/battering), not panko. meta.cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/1851/…
Dec
7
comment How to crisp breaded foods the next day (especially panko)
@Jefromi I think a synonym would be good, because it's non-obvious. I'll bring it up on meta.
Dec
7
asked How to crisp breaded foods the next day (especially panko)
Nov
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
16
comment Are dark walnuts ok to eat?
@PeterJ maybe you should consider turning your comment into an answer
Nov
1
comment Smoke detector goes off when baking chicken breast
@Jefromi I wasn't aware that badge exists. I don't usually delete my answers. I just tell people to DV if they disagree (since that's what DVing is for).
Nov
1
comment Smoke detector goes off when baking chicken breast
Yep, agreed. Feel free to DV since my answer is pretty clearly wrong.
Nov
1
comment Smoke detector goes off when baking chicken breast
Maybe. Granulated is what I use too (finely chopped, from a bottle) and it burns fast. Doesn't generate much smoke though.
Nov
1
answered Smoke detector goes off when baking chicken breast
Oct
6
comment Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
@rumtscho please convert your comment into an answer.
Sep
30
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
Comments are not for answering questions. As much as I (honestly) really appreciate the discussion (since I now have my answer), this information should really be put into a cohesive answer. +1 @CareyGregory
Sep
30
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
@Aaronut I'm just a hobby chef, never mind actually running a restaurant. Thanks for your comments though. (I still think you should formalize them in an answer.)
Sep
29
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
@Aaronut I've updated my question. What would bleach do to my cast iron pan and seasoning?
Sep
29
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
@CareyGregory even with the possibility of rodent urine? I find that a touch discomforting.
Sep
29
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
I've updated my question with more questions. I'm not sure how to proceed.
Sep
29
revised Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
added 525 characters in body
Sep
29
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
@Aaronut maybe you should add this as an answer. There's some information frmo the CDC here: cdc.gov/rodents/cleaning
Sep
29
comment Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
@SAJ14SAJ I meant cast iron, sorry.
Sep
29
revised Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
edited body; edited tags; edited title