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Good Taste Big Soft Pretzels bring you the ultimate taste bud experience! Have fun to make soft&good eat !
1 & 1/2 Cups WARM water
1 Pkg. Fast Rising Yeast
4 Cups Bread Flour ( regular flour is ok but bread flour is best)
1 TSP Sugar
1 TSP Salt ( I used Sea Salt)
1 Beaten Egg White with 1 TBS Water added
Coarse Sea Salt for Sprinkling
Dissolve yeast in the warm water & let sit for 5 minutes. Stir & then add the sugar & salt.
Stir all of it into the flour. Work through & add more water if needed. Knead in the bowl, cover & let rise double in size about 1 hour. Turn out on a floured surface & knead again . Now pinch of nice sized pieces & twirl & roll between your hands to make long ropes about 12 inches long. You will get 8 ropes. Twist into pretzel shapes & lay on a baking sheet.
A mistake was made with my Albert Uster order this week and I received it twice. Since it's shipped from CA, doesn't go bad, and I'll use it eventually, I'm not going to mess with trying to return the second delivery. But now I have a huge amount of inventory so I thought I'd see if anyone here was looking for Felchlin by the bag.
Each bag is 2kg (4# 7oz) in the following varieties and prices:
Maracaibo Creole 49%, $48
Sao Palme 60%, $30
Arriba 72%, $46
As for shipping, I can fit 2 bags in a medium flat rate box for $14 or 3 bags in a large box for $19 to go anywhere in the USA.
If you'd like some, PM me with your selection, email, and shipping address. I'll invoice you via Square and you can pay securely online with a credit card.
Thanks for reading!
Mrs catdaddy has been good this year and I'm considering buying a Rancilio Silvia as a Christmas present. I know this machine gets a lot of love here, especially when outfitted with a PID. After reading many posts I'm just wondering if there is anything new (since 2013 say) I should know about the Rancilio or other great machine on the market?
Also any tips about use and/or essential other tools.....like a good knock box. We've got a great grinder already.
@Smithy Your request gave me the imputes to finally word-process the recipe. My DW use Excel, which drives me to distraction.
Mom's Apple Raisin Walnut Cranberry Pie
4 baking apples, peeled, cored, and sliced
1 cup golden raisins
1 cup walnuts
1 cup fresh cranberries
1/4 cup flour
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons margarine or butter
2 pie crusts to fit a 9- or 10-inch pie pan
Heat oven to 425F.
In a large bowl, mix the first four ingredients. In a small bowl, mix the flour and sugar together. Sprinkle the flour/sugar mixture over the large bowl, mixing lightly with fingers. Place first pie crust
into pie pan, pricking with a fork. Pour the fruit mixture into the pie shell. Dot with the margarine or butter, then cover with second pie crust, crimping
edges together and making sure top crust is vented.
Bake at 425F for 15 minutes, then turn down oven to 350F for about 45 minutes.
*** I use Braeburn apples ***
Anyone familiar with this little joint in the Village? I assume some Brazilian roots because of items like pao de queijo and brigadeiros on the menu. I would love to know about the coffee in the latte my husband brought me--such a bright flavor, not at all like typical espresso of my experience. At home in CT we have access to a pretty great local roaster with quite a range of coffees. I wish I knew about the coffee in that O Cafe latte so I could try for something similar from Willoughby's.
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