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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.


Mar
26
comment Preserved lime is browning and fading inside the brine
@DeirdraStrangio done, thanks.
Mar
24
comment Why is 180 degrees C so common in recipes?
Can you provide some more details about pizza? This is the first I've heard of the temperature being so high.
Jan
27
comment Fixing a Brownie Brick
This is actually a really decent answer. "Nuke it to soften it, blend it in a blender, and mix with cream-cheese to make truffles. Roll in powdered sugar."
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.
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.
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
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
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."