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I've recently completed my MSc Computer Science from a UK institution, and have moved back to the US to begin work. I write in my spare time, enjoy cooking, and apparently am addicted to signing up for SE sites :).


Apr
3
accepted Should “Magic Mousse” be grainy?
Apr
3
accepted What happens if you cook pureed pancakes?
Apr
3
accepted Can you freeze avocado in a dish?
Apr
3
accepted Why are my dumplings made of evil?
Apr
2
reviewed Reject suggested edit on The whey of mozzarella or tofu
Apr
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I reheat pork belly whilst keeping the meat moist and the crackling crackly?
Apr
1
comment What is this powder served with fried dango?
It did not taste like peanut butter, so it's probably Kinako then
Apr
1
asked What is this powder served with fried dango?
Mar
31
answered How can I reheat pork belly whilst keeping the meat moist and the crackling crackly?
Mar
29
asked Dipping sauce for shabu-shabu
Mar
2
reviewed Reject suggested edit on If Nutrition Facts states 0% Cholesterol does that imply the food is vegan?
Feb
24
revised Why did my flank steak turn grey when I brined it?
formatting and title
Feb
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Stainless steel pan too hot?
Feb
22
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
21
comment Garlic Overflow — Why won't my olive oil stay in its jug?
This is actually a terrible idea because of botulism. See, for example, cooking.stackexchange.com/a/9465/6317 I don't know if botulism causes bubbling or overflowing like that, but I wouldn't eat that anymore
Feb
21
comment Can lettuce wraps be less messy?
@Joe We used boston
Feb
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Ideal temperature and method to bake a deep dish pizza
Feb
20
comment Can lettuce wraps be less messy?
The beef was in slices, I'm told it was flank steak, but the rest of your tips look good :)
Feb
20
asked Can lettuce wraps be less messy?
Feb
17
answered Tea-flavored concentration from a teabag