Discussion in 'Daily mTurk HITs Threads' started by TissueHime, Feb 9, 2019.
I have plenty! Come eat some! NOM NOM NOM!
So I shouldn't mention I'm drinking coffee and eating a tasty coffee cake with it?
My plan will be to distract you with a cat, while I eat chur coffee cake.
I'm pouring a fresh cup of praline coffee and wishing I had a bagel.
If you guys are not in the Loacker Insider's program, you should be. I get huge boxes of product 3-4 times per year, times about 4 of us in the house. And I mean jam packed boxes.
I like jam packed boxes
I haven't ever heard of that no, sounds interesting though. I have made pretzel buns, but cannot remember what I changed from basic pretzel recipe
As far as bagels, Obv I'm no expert, but my first several attempts were underwhelming at best.
I don't know what formula you used, but imo most bagel recipes and techniques on the web are crap.
If you look up Hammelman Bagels, or happen to have his book, those are pretty good, though you may need to buy an ingredient or two.
Happily, I've got the bagels down pat by this point in my life, but I had some mishaps at first. I generally have mishaps with EVERYTHING the first time (or first 5). My baking skills are much stronger now than when I was piddling around in high school, thats for sure!
You are much more experienced than me then, I only started fooling with baking several years ago after I moved and had to learn
Of course I should have known that, as your photos always look so wonderful.
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Spoiler: I doubt anyone cares (cooking stories)
I was just thinking about cooking and recipes and thought you might get a kick out of this
Shortly after I moved to the midwest my Aunt was bugging me to make "spaghetti and meatballs" for some family thing, she always raves about my sauce (which is funny, cuz it's the simplest thing ever) and insisted on paying(joke was on her, since I was in front of her in line)
Anyway as we are shopping she asks "well aren't you going to buy a jar of sauce?"
"umm well no, we are making homemade tomato sauce"
"oh well when I make homemade tomato sauce, I always add jarred sauce as well"
My Nana Bunny was a kickass cook when I was little and my Uncle Ray is a chef, so I always wanted to be able to do the same stuff and would happily stir the sauce and follow them around any chance I got. My dad got me an ez bake and I promptly outgrew that and wanted to bake in the oven. And then, in an attempt to make me eat what I was given, he told me, “ if you don’t like what I made you, make your own dinner!” That was basically the last straw and I insisted on oven privileges. I was pretty young and basically never stopped
I don’t even know how to respond. I’m not...what? IS THIS A THING PEOPLE DO?!
I never met any Nana's and no chefs in the family that I know of, Dad was FDNY though, so I think he learned a lot of cooking from there , and would roll over in his grave if I ever opened a jar of sauce
I think it was the second thing I learned to cook, after eggs, I would stand on a kitchen chair to stir, stir, stir. And I loved it
At least one that I know of, funny thing is she is a good cook otherwise imo, she makes a pot of green beans that would bring tears to your eyes (in a good way)
Alright going to bed, gnite!
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