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Category Archives: Baking
I have been working at becoming a better baker. Specifically, I have been trying to understand how recipes are developed. Many baker's begin developing their recipe's based on ratios of ingredients. The classic rule ratio of thumb for cake recipes is to use equal masses of flour, sugar, butter, and eggs – with the ingredient ratios expressed as 1:1:1:1. Continue reading
Quote of the Day The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer Introduction A friend of mine loves the heat of peppers – I only ate one … Continue reading
You never know what you will see when you walk into a guy's cube. I went to an engineer's cube with a simple question on some electronic parts and I left with an education on chili peppers. My education began when I looked at his bookshelf and noticed that it was filled with various hot sauces, a dead giveaway that I was in the presence of a man who likes his heat. I also noticed the following chart on one of his walls (Figure 1). Continue reading