Quantcast

Random Food Thread.

Jm_

Turbo Monkey
Jan 14, 2002
11,070
3,155
AK
Local place a block away makes good Rueben's and Rachel’s, turkey or corned beef.
B4500662-7CF2-42D8-86D3-CE1F61DCBB93.jpeg
 

6thElement

Schrodinger's Immigrant
Jul 29, 2008
6,356
3,677
If you're inundated with cherry tomatoes like i am right now... this is good:

Just about finished ours for the year :(

We planted a month late due to the covid's, then had to pull the plants a month early due to the freeze/snow.
 

Montana rider

Monkey
Mar 14, 2005
769
677
Meh, didn't have whole wheat flour in Idahoozle and I think white browns quicker but 3 of my tallest loaves to date...

IMG_20200920_091837.jpg



Been having an issue with the 3rd loaves being over-proofed by the time I bake them, so did the majority of proofing in fridge which seems to help.

I've consistently fed my sourdough at cooler temps so they seem to do just fine with fridge proofing...
 
Last edited:

SkaredShtles

I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!
Sep 21, 2003
51,777
4,683
In a van.... down by the river
Meh, didn't have whole wheat flour in Idahoozle and I think white browns quicker but 3 of my tallest loaves to date...

View attachment 149916


Been having an issue with the 3rd loaves being over-proofed by the time I bake them, so did the majority of proofing in fridge which seems to help.

I've consistently fed my sourdough at cooler temps so they seem to do just fine with fridge proofing...
My latest batch of ciabatti turned out really well. Just might be getting the hang of this.

Next batch is sure to be a disaster now. :disgust:
 

Montana rider

Monkey
Mar 14, 2005
769
677
Nice, your/that recipe is still on my short list of things to experiment with along with homemade mozzarella.

You folks with unripened tomato plants can cut them down and bring inside to vine ripen, I think we had fresh tomatoes into December the one year we had an early freeze and cut them off early... Including cherry tomatoes.

We got our first proper crop of apples this year from our free tree we got for being Bozeman breeders when our oldest was born 14 years ago...
 

SkaredShtles

I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!
Sep 21, 2003
51,777
4,683
In a van.... down by the river
Made French toast again with the sourdough cinnamon bread recipe. Used a wee bit of yeast in the recipe this time and it helped quite a bit.

 

6thElement

Schrodinger's Immigrant
Jul 29, 2008
6,356
3,677
Nice, your/that recipe is still on my short list of things to experiment with along with homemade mozzarella.

You folks with unripened tomato plants can cut them down and bring inside to vine ripen, I think we had fresh tomatoes into December the one year we had an early freeze and cut them off early... Including cherry tomatoes.

We got our first proper crop of apples this year from our free tree we got for being Bozeman breeders when our oldest was born 14 years ago...
We don't vine ripen, just pick and then put in suitable container in a paper bag on the kitchen window sill.
 

jdcamb

Tool Time!
Feb 17, 2002
16,823
4,267
Nowhere Man!
My Friend Aaron has these Apple trees on his property. They make the best Cider you ever had. His Cider making chops are good. I am pretty lit.
 

StiHacka

Compensating for something
Meh, didn't have whole wheat flour in Idahoozle and I think white browns quicker but 3 of my tallest loaves to date...

View attachment 149916


Been having an issue with the 3rd loaves being over-proofed by the time I bake them, so did the majority of proofing in fridge which seems to help.

I've consistently fed my sourdough at cooler temps so they seem to do just fine with fridge proofing...
:drool:

Those look good! My loaves have been pretty consistent lately but I only bake one at a time.
 
Last edited: