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Cyberider

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  1. Cyberider

    Breakfast 2022

    Green Eggs and Ham reminds me of the old Dr. Seuss book I read as a child!
  2. Thanks for making this article available, blue_dolphin I'm no fan of French food but I've always enjoyed Jacques programs and books. I did enjoy the "lost cars" part of the article. I didn't care for the French cars back in the day but the same cars look a lot better now. The Citroen was pretty innovative but the Peugeot looked more like a car. Maybe that's why they used the Citroen as the flying taxi in Back to the Future Part II.
  3. Looks like mine from the 1970's which is still going strong.
  4. Thanks, Dave R! Just to confirm, that is the 4" X 9" pullman pan?
  5. Sounds good! I'd like to try it the next time I bake if you'd care to share the formula.
  6. I don't know if this is the whole problem but it sounds like you may not have kneaded it long enough to fully develop the gluten. I also have an Ankarsrum and usually knead 10 to 15 minutes at a medium speed.
  7. I bought a couple of the 13" pullman loaf pans last year and really like them. The loaf just falls out of it without sticking. The cheap loaf pans I've been using for the past 40+ years don't always do that. I, too, am a cheapskate when it comes to loaf pans but I'm thinking of getting some of their regular loaf pans as well. I think it took about 4 cups of flour to make a proper square loaf of regular white bread. The dough filled up about the lower third of the pan before rising. When it had risen close to the top, I put the lid on and the oven spring filled it up the rest of the way.
  8. Welcome aboard, Dave R. Another baking Dave here but baking less since I can't eat as much in my old age.🙁
  9. Maybe the avocado growers haven't paid their dues to the "sustainable food" gods.
  10. I'm not planning on making any candied chestnuts but it's nice to see you here again, Andie. I haven't seen any posts from you in a long time. Hope all is well!
  11. You may be able to find if at one of the online appliance parts companies.
  12. Perhaps you can find what you need here: https://www.pressurecooker-outlet.com/Presto-Pressure-Cooker-Parts.htm
  13. I've been a member for years. I think they index cookbooks so you can find recipes on a global basis. Can't say I make much use of this but it's interesting to see all of the cookbooks that come out each week and you can enter to win a copy of some of them. I actually got a very nice Greek cookbook in one of their giveaways a few years ago.
  14. I don't weigh anything. I just use approximate quantities and adjust for the consistency I want. Anyway, I find the hook less fussy for dough than the roller, no matter whether it's a stiff or a loose dough. The knob that locks the arm needs to be turned tightly to be effective. The Ankarsrum is different from most anything else and takes awhile for the love to start. One thing that is immediately apparent, though, is that it will easily handle twice the ingredients of a Kitchenaid without straining.
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