I recently started trying to grind & griddle up my own burgers at home. I realize it's a controversial issue for some burger fans, but I have to admit I am partial to the brioche bun. Does anyone know of a good local bakery or market that sells a decent brioche bun I can set up with a hefty, well-seasoned, rare/medium-rare, American-cheesed soul mate?
I have decided to give sausage-making a shot. But while shopping around for meat grinders, I realize I don't know the first thing about them. I don't own an electric stand mixer, so I'm not able to go for the attachment type. Is the manual one a real work-out? Should I bite the bullet and get an electric one and consider it an investment? Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks!
I bought a pizza stone last summer. I read somewhere that it takes oven heat so well that you can leave it in the oven at all times, even if you're using the oven and not necessarily the stone. Yesterday afternoon I was making a couple of pies in my oven and as I was peering in through the glass vision panel, I watched my pizza stone crack! It split into two pieces with a pie blazing away on it. It was a ceramic pizza stone. I thought it was virtually indestructible! No?
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