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Feb
28
comment What's different between canned beer and bottled beer?
As an upcoming craft brewer myself, I've been considering canning for all these reasons. +1
Feb
27
comment Is Beer Can Chicken safe?
I own the top one. It's a nice product, and works a treat. Just be aware you can't close some grills (like mine!) with the chicken standing up in it.
Feb
27
answered What is the optimal temperature for making coffee, specifically in an AeroPress?
Feb
14
answered Freezing Bouchon Bakery Macarons. Whole cookie or just the halves?
Feb
7
comment What causes the sugar to turn grainy after I have cooked it for a glaze or cooking it with butter for carmelizing?
No worries, @Mong134. It doesn't bother me, I was just curious. Thanks for coming by to comment!
Feb
6
comment What's the least messy way to prepare grapefruit?
This is the only way I eat grapefruit now. Can be done with any citrus and is also known as supreme.
Feb
4
comment Baking naan without an oven?
@SunishthaSingh, most of the recipes I've seen use yogurt. I don't know if it will be exactly the same as your recipe with egg, but you should try it and find out.
Feb
4
comment Baking naan without an oven?
@Sobachatina, I cranked the griddle up as high as it would go, and I was very pleased with the result. It's obviously not the same as proper naan cooked in a tandoor, but they were soft, chewy and delicious.
Feb
4
answered Baking naan without an oven?
Jan
29
comment Navigating the different types of cookware - new kitchen advice
That's a heck of an answer. I would add two things: a mention of forged iron pans (like this DeBuyer Mineral Element B). I have two now, and they have become my go-to pans for pretty much everything. Eggs don't stick, meat sears beautifully. And second, I love my little butter melter :) I don't have a microwave, so it comes in handy for melting butter (who knew?!), and heating up small amounts of sauces, leftovers, whatnot.
Jan
28
comment What features should I look for when buying an espresso maker?
The differences can be many, especially once you get away from department store machines (Breville, etc.). They generally use inexpensive pumps and heating systems, and a pressurized portafilter to simulate crema. I don't have time for a full answer at the moment, but check out CoffeeGeek's forums for more information than you can shake a coffee bean at.
Jan
14
answered Wood for a cutting board, will sanding make it food safe?
Jan
14
comment Wood for a cutting board, will sanding make it food safe?
SBF is a great product, but not in this application. The problem here is that SBF (and any film finish--polyurethane, etc) only sits on the surface. It will be worn away and cut through by use as a cutting board, which will expose the treated wood underneath.
Jan
3
comment How is Kiwifruit used to tenderize Meat?
@Informaficker no, it's a very well-formed question. Better than many from native English speakers that I've read. Chris was just being a little silly.
Jan
3
comment How to pop a tiny champagne cork?
I was totally expecting to see a tiny bottle of champagne. If it were me (based on some Google searching), I would go with a corkscrew and some care.
Jan
3
comment How is Kiwifruit used to tenderize Meat?
@ChrisCudmore before or after butchering?
Dec
30
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Dec
28
reviewed No Action Needed Cast Aluminum Vs Cast iron Dutch Oven
Dec
28
reviewed No Action Needed Cast Aluminum Vs Cast iron Dutch Oven