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  1. gfweb

    marmalade

    I love bitter marmalade. All the mass market stuff is for children, far too sweet and not bitter. So how do I make a bitter marmalade? Special orange? Less sugar?
  2. When families sell to private equity it is nearly guaranteed that their business will either fail or change for the worse. I don't begrudge them for selling. It's a business after all and they should take the best offer. But I do tire of PE ruining a good business because they don't want to actually run it and maintain quality.
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    Dinner 2020

    I do 36 to 48 depending on my mood
  4. gfweb

    Dinner 2020

    SV for 52 hours?
  5. gfweb

    Dinner 2020

    Beautiful. How'd you do the sprouts?
  6. @Kerry Beal That frigging Amsterdam passport machine rejected me too.
  7. gfweb

    Mandolines

    I go bare handed unless there is a pest in the kitchen to distract me, then its a kevlar glove.
  8. gfweb

    Mandolines

    I love my slicer. Its a simple model that can only adjust the thickness of the cut, but I use it at least weekly. What brand is that @weinoo ?
  9. gfweb

    Dinner 2020

    Yes you can, but the darker it is the less thickening you get from it
  10. gfweb

    Dinner 2020

    Charcuterie and small plates. Braised chorizo and butter poached shrimp with pimenton and sherry vinegar
  11. gfweb

    Dinner 2020

    We eat tortuga up here.
  12. I've wondered about that warranty issue. It sounds like some part of a non-compete agreement with home-use brands (perhaps because Costco sells both). Certainly a home kitchen is a less damaging place than a commercial kitchen.
  13. Knorr is way too salty for me, and I love salt. MTG and BTB are my choices. Esp MTG. Goya makes powdered bullion packets that I keep handy too.
  14. We have a great big one about 10 miles away. Great stuff, cheap in comparison consumer stores. Maybe $15 for a 3 qt sauce pan etc. My favorite pans aren't the all- clads or calphalons, it the ones from this place that I reach for . And look at this price on a restaurant stove! A bigger Garland was $1000 more. And they'd need insulation (or distance) to meet code for a home, but still. Our old oven was a Vulcan rescued from a restaurant. Great equipment.
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