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Jan
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answered How to remove a smokey/ charcoal taste from food?
Jan
28
comment Is it feasible to use anchovies to improve the taste of random dishes?
OK stone-breakers. Is this any better?
Jan
28
revised Is it feasible to use anchovies to improve the taste of random dishes?
Reworded the title and the content to fit the context of asking a question of how people use anchovies to enhance flavor but not overpower.
Jan
27
revised Is it feasible to use anchovies to improve the taste of random dishes?
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Jan
27
revised Is it feasible to use anchovies to improve the taste of random dishes?
Tried to reframe the question and body to show that I'm asking for cooking related advice in the form of an alegory to share with other cooks.
Jan
27
comment Is it feasible to use anchovies to improve the taste of random dishes?
Well, the story when I read it, was in the context of explaining to people who to best use anchovies in their cooking and how anchovies can improve many sauces and foods. The story was about food and in particular about anchovies. Maybe I should repost it in a programmer's forum, because they eat a lot of pizza and people put anchovies on pizza.
Jan
25
asked Is it feasible to use anchovies to improve the taste of random dishes?
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Apr
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comment Need help identifying a kitchen tool, with a wooden handle, and a cylindrical cutter
Yes, it's the same one as in the photo.
Apr
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comment Need help identifying a kitchen tool, with a wooden handle, and a cylindrical cutter
That's the closest thing we could find so far too, except that most butter curlers found via google search tend to be less cylindrical and more more open, and thinner like the one at the wikipedia link you gave. We tried it too, and it didn't give good results trying to curl the butter. ;-)
Apr
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asked Need help identifying a kitchen tool, with a wooden handle, and a cylindrical cutter
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Oct
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Mar
28
comment How should I clean, or care for, a banneton (brotform, proofing basket)?
Now that this answer was edited, it's an interesting approach. Assuming that people have room in their freezers. Thanks for the suggestions.
Mar
15
accepted How should I clean, or care for, a banneton (brotform, proofing basket)?
Mar
13
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Mar
13
comment What does it mean to 'salt' a steak prior to frying?
When my father makes a prime rib, he's started to use the "encrust it in rock salt" method of cooking it. I will tell you that it does not make the prime rib overly salty. I was personally shocked that it didn't when I saw how much salt went onto it. You can get an idea from this video
Mar
13
comment What does it mean to 'salt' a steak prior to frying?
@raven, who says that salt is unhealthy? It may not be after all.