Most pasty cream recipes I see out there talk about putting a layer of plastic wrap over the top with some holes punched in to allow steam out while helping to prevent a skin. Is that recommended for this recipe as well or does it not get that skin on top?
Scallions. I love the smell they give off when you lay into them with knife.
Bing Cherries and Orange blossom honey like the cherry jones
To be honest I bake a couple of hundred apple pies here for the holiday and I use simple water sprayed from a bottle and a thin even coat of sugar to give my pies a shine and color comparable to the one in the picture. Plus since the pies i make contain no animal product this keeps them vegan friendly.
Am I the only huge nerd here who thought of The Deliverator's car from the book Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson (also my pick for most exciting pizza delivery in a work of fiction).
"This is better for my bunions than Dr. Scholls"
Turkey baster. I have no idea why i own one. I think I bought it to suck fat from the top layer of soup and always just used a ladle like a normal person.
Yelp review of the establishment where I work make me cringe. Especially when they mention something negative about something i make specifically. Nothing like a good punch to the ego to keep you humble and down to earth.
I have had friends that have made me burger that are stuffed with everything from cheese to veggies to coleslaw and they have one thing in common. Every last one of them was terrible. I have seen stuffed burgers on menus but I can't bring myself to try any. So kenji can you make a decent stuffed burger that is better than if the ingredients were just piled on the patty or bun?
Cool thanks man.
The sauce recipe looks a lot like your NY pizza sauce recipe. I was wondering if it is rich and sweet like the pie I get from Corropolese Bakery or is it more savory like when I make your NY style pies.
While not a knife i am going to have to go with a lightsaber.
Being poor all my favorite knives are F. Dick that came with my JWU education.
Kenji's NY Style Pizza Dough and Pizza Sauce. I have made over 200 pizzas with this in the past year and I couldn't be happier
I made a bacon maple Creme Brulee once that was pretty good.
My employees and management. Its always nice to show off to fellow food service professionals.
I would love to own a 8-bit or 16 bit era video game inspired bakery. All the desserts would be either inspired by or look like classic game character. Think icebox cookies where the squares are pixels and you can rock an awesome megaman or Mario. Also it would be required that it have comfy armchairs and retro consoles set up for patrons.
Creme Brulee is my favorite. It is versatile as it can be savory or sweet. Also one style of creme brulee is not baked but sets up when cool allowing for some awesome presentations (I have seen them appear in champagne flutes)
Just Hungry and Just Bento are my other two favorites. If you want me to be less erious about food then i dig Cake Wrecks.
Some good old fashion scumble made by the famous Nanny Ogg
My favorite sammy is the one I make after thanksgiving with all the leftover turkey, cranberry, and mashed potatoes on a nice Italian bread, toasted, and topped with cheddar cheese. Although i have been known to make ham or roast beef sandwiches out of leftover slices of cheese pizza (like a flat bread sandwich but more awesome).
Mostly zucchini and yellow Squash. Love some nice char on that.
As i have never left the east coast and my significant other is from California, I would love to go to an In-and-Out just to see what all the fuss is about.
@Rozenjoze & Cassaendra I never even thought to try goats cheese. I will have to ask her about it when i see her next. Hopefully i can get it out in the country where i live (I haven't seen it at the local grocery at all and probably have only seen it at Trader Joes but the closest one is 2ish hours away)