Started by Roswells, Art, May 06, 2019, 02:53:36 PM
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 28, 2019, 02:44:36 AMCanola oil, perhaps.
Quote from: Jackstar on August 28, 2019, 03:17:35 PMTaking "kys, degenerate" to a whole new level.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 28, 2019, 09:43:39 AMThe combinations pate suggests sound like they would work well. The commercial 'whipped' butters are more of a spread. They process the butter adding air or nitrogen gas to increase its volume and make it easy to spread even if chilled. This process causes the product to foam, melt faster, and reduces the fat solids. By volume, one cup of whipped butter will not weigh the same as a cup of regular butter. Not suitable as a substitute for baking or cooking.DPS- This link might help.https://joyofbaking.com/IngredientSubstitution.htmlYou can also reduce/replace the fat in a recipe with pureed fruit, like unsweetened applesauce, mashed bananas, or canned pumpkin puree. To reduce fat content just cut fat amount in half and substitute and equal measure of one of the above. Replacement is tricky and did noticeably change the texture and flavor when I tried it. Not bad results- but an acquired taste to be sure. I have used both plain, unsweetened, or vanilla Greek yogurt (look for low moisture content) in brownies. Use equal volume as the fat required by the recipe. They were moist and fudgey, but the texture might be too gummy for some tastes.Low fat ricotta and cottage cheese can work, too.
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 28, 2019, 07:45:48 PMMy primary market for my baked goods is a couple in their early 80's
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 28, 2019, 02:44:36 AMCanola oil
Quote from: Jackstar on August 28, 2019, 09:23:04 PMYOU MONSTER
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 28, 2019, 09:31:19 PMI will allow it
Quote from: pyewacket on August 28, 2019, 08:50:02 PMHopefully the old saying, "Happy wife, happy life" rings true and the husband benefits from your gifts as well.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 28, 2019, 08:50:02 PMNowadays- you never know what will trigger a woman into a rage.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 28, 2019, 08:50:02 PMhttps://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/applesauce/
Quote from: AC400KICK on August 29, 2019, 01:08:41 AMThe only thing I want in my mouth is titties! Suck titties! 10 10 20 Lit City!
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 12:57:24 AM
Quote from: pyewacket on August 29, 2019, 06:00:58 AMNot sure how you interpreted that- it was an innocent remark. I am beginning to see a pattern here...
Quote from: pyewacket on August 29, 2019, 06:00:58 AMDo you bake other types of bread?
Quote from: SredniVashtar on August 29, 2019, 05:00:22 AMThe idea that he's doing this out of some sappy benevolent impulse is too nauseating to take seriously.
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 04:50:46 PMI thought I had found a safe space here in Bakegab, where I could let down my hair and lace up the apron, but my besties have found me.
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 04:54:21 PMThis from someone whose idea of charity is reciprocating at a glory hole. Your discomfort is noted, and enjoyed.
Quote from: SredniVashtar on August 29, 2019, 05:05:04 PMI can't take your taunts seriously any more (not that I ever did). All I see is the Swedish chef from the Muppets, arsing around in a cloud of flour. Bork bork bork!
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 05:17:46 PMYou poor man. Seeing me enjoy myself in wholesome pursuit must be sheer torment for you. I love it.
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 04:50:46 PMThe idea that octogenarian Husband gets to smash on Sunday afternoons as a result of delivering all-purpose flour aphrodisiacs is, to me, charming in its own right. I've seen his picture from 1971; the dude is downright fly in his long-toe shoes and stovepipe slacks. Granny panties must have been flying whenever he strode the streets of Manila. But the story hugs the rainbow when you know that Husband takes the time to attend church in another city in part because he can't bear to listen to bae's screechy yapping anymore. I mean, when has a woman's tongue, that gives not half so great a blow to hear as will a chestnut in a farmer's fire*, ever been a deal-breaker to a man on the lam for some bam-bam in the ham? A "two" at ten, and a "ten" at two, amirite fellas?If the "pattern" you are referring to implies that my posts contain an excess of sexual content: yes, it is true. I love sex, and while one can't click on a news feed without reading about a Kardashian or a Miley shaking her slimy cooter at some media event, or reading about other fringe celebrities musing whether they are "pansexual" or some other such nonsense, I have found that the chicks on Bellgab are more comfortable with 1950's June Cleaver sensibilities. How do paranormals procreate, anyway? Is it accomplished through recruiting, like homosexuals did up until about ten years ago?
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 04:50:46 PMI make no-knead bread that is really good, and Hokkaido Milk Bread that is also very nice, and which I have adapted into some Butter Garlic pull apart bread which is transcendent. But I struggle with ordinary breads that by rights I should be able to do easily. I have never been successful at making sandwich rolls (another hard-to-find item here). I've been able to find something that purports to be dark rye flour, and the thought of something approaching an authenticl Reuben gave me a monster chubby, but I can't make the dough work. I would love to make sourdough, but the climate here is no charitable towards the flavour. It's an area that I intend to revisit again sometime.I could use your help with ji dan guanbing. It's a mission of mercy.*Apologies to W.S.
Quote from: SredniVashtar on August 29, 2019, 05:24:43 PMthose poor old Flips.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 29, 2019, 07:08:46 PMI'm more of a Donna Reed than a June Cleaver.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 29, 2019, 07:08:46 PMhttps://danadventure.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/jidan-guan-bing-recipe/
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 08:28:44 PMFrom Here To Eternity. That's hot.I'm trying to fund a young man who wants to be a chef and have a restaurant. Right now he works cruise ships and restaurants. It's a huge leap from being a drone to operating a business, especially a restaurant. My suggestion was that he get a booth in Legaspi or Salcedo Markets and vend something. It doesn't have to make money, just not lose money. And he gains experience and confidence. It would be a stepping stone to something bigger.So what to offer? In my experience, the booths that do the best have a decent product that has a certain amount of showmanship in the preparation. I've rooted out a few ideas, and this one was a finalist: [edit: looks like a broken link, but just click on it and it will show you the video]Do you see how he punches out a disc during the prep? I think how that is done is that the dough is rolled, and then sliced into pieces, and then rolled out into rounds. The disc that is punched out is the end part of the spiral in the center. But I'm not sure about this. Your recipe refers to the procedure, but it is limited to roughly stabbing a hole in the dough, while my way is cuter.This particular dish is as varied as hamburgers and is a beloved street food breakfast in China. It's an institution. No one is offering it at Legaspi/Salcedo.You have come through for me so many times and I have given you nothing in return. Can I ask you to offer an opinion about the disk punch thing? Is my idea about the spiral the answer?
Quote from: DigitalPigSnuggler on August 29, 2019, 08:28:44 PMYes, the climate throws everything in a bread recipe into question. Bread machines are not available here, maybe in a specialty store. Rice replaces bread as the carb staple here, so it's difficult to find bread things. I have used a bread machine back in the USA and got the results that you describe.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 29, 2019, 10:03:31 PMWow- baking for the elderly, helping a young man launch a small business, aren't you the benevolent one.
Quote from: pyewacket on August 29, 2019, 10:03:31 PMHow about this:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duA8tORlwugThat's a shame. The only non rising breads I can think of at the moment are Irish Soda Bread and Corn Bread. Is oatmeal available? You can make Scottish Oatcakes without yeast and substitute butter for the shortening. These are recipes from an old cook book I have- let me know if you are interested.
Quote from: K_Dubb on August 29, 2019, 11:37:27 PM Chill to pastry-case temperature and eat right away.
Quote from: WOTR on August 29, 2019, 11:39:52 PMHard to keep a figure that you can photograph shirtless if following that advice. However, the recipe looks good (and fairly simple.) Maybe this weekend...
Quote from: K_Dubb on August 29, 2019, 11:52:36 PMIt is better than Le Panier at the Market -- I had two pieces!