Cooking thread

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  1. DustinDavis

    DustinDavis Well-Known Member

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    We have a Cuisinart bread maker. Lotta fun. Easy peasy. No need for all the proofing or pedantry.
     
  2. Mike B

    Mike B Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    Those bread makers are pretty cool, but no match for a hand job.
     
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  3. DustinDavis

    DustinDavis Well-Known Member

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    i c wut u did thur
     
  4. DYohn

    DYohn Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    I had a breadmaker for a while and it ended up at Goodwill. I much prefer the results of proofing and pedantry. :)
     
  5. CJ

    CJ Bronze Member Admin Top Poster

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    Hand jobs are pretty meh IMO. I guess when you're 14 its great but I'm pretty sure I know what I'm doing better than she does.
     
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  6. CJ

    CJ Bronze Member Admin Top Poster

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    Homemade dole whip float

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  7. Chris Smith

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    I make steaks and mushrooms a lot (because they’re delicious) but made a surf and turf tonight with a tuna ceviche. Really happy with how it all came out!
     
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  8. Mike B

    Mike B Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    It's gonna be steak & shrooms tonight for us!
     
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  9. DustinDavis

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  10. Carl V

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    That’ll go on the yo do list
     
  11. DustinDavis

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    OK here is another one. Unlike the halibut, which was actually fairly straightforward to make, this was really freaking hard. And by the time it was done I think this must have been a $60 cheesecake. Outrageous. But...it was stunning and delicious. And this was my first-ever actual cheesecake (as opposed to a no-bake with like 4 ingredients).

    Caramel-Apple Cheesecake

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  12. DustinDavis

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    OK here is a fun picture. This is a turkey sandwich with some deli cheese (I don't remember which flavor). I ate half of it before realizing I didn't remove that paper that comes in between the cheese slices. Mmmmmmmm...paper.

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  13. DYohn

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    The paper = texture. :)
     
  14. DustinDavis

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    Yeah I got it at Central Market so this paper was some of that serious gourmet shit.
     
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  15. Chris Slade

    Chris Slade Well-Known Member Top Poster

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    Dustin, I am the cheesecake guy in my circles. I get a lot of requests for them. They are very expensive to make, and the more practice you have the better you get. People often leave them in the oven too long. They are always good, but they are expensive!!!
     
  16. DustinDavis

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    Yeah you can see mine is over, edge is browner than it should be.
     
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