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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.

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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
Sep
29
asked Rodent droppings on cast-iron frying pan
Sep
6
comment Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
I did pat the fish down, but very little oil came out of the first few pieces. The latter ones, though ...
Sep
5
comment How do I prevent food from sticking to a standard (non-coated) pan?
Are those bits called "fond"? I thought they were called "sooks."
Sep
5
comment Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
That much oil? Really?
Sep
5
comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
If I find steeped tea "tasteless," you will probably find this very bitter (perhaps that's what I relate to as "the tea flavour"). The "recipe" is simple: hot water in a pot with tea leaves (one spoon per cup) until it boils; then add milk until it boils; done. Serve with sugar or honey.
Sep
5
comment Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
@Dr.Molle that's not what I learned. According to my classes, the right combination of hot oil and flour before egg/crumbs should prevent the food from absorbing much oil.
Sep
5
revised Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
edited tags; edited title
Sep
5
asked Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
Sep
4
comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
It does impart a lot of flavour as well. If I cut down the brewing time, how else can I extract so much flavour without over-extracting?
Aug
25
comment What is the white foam that builds up when I make tea?
Can you get a picture of this for us?
Aug
25
comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
Possible duplicate of: cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/10721/…
Aug
25
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