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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
I was going to wait until the morning to make this but my prednisone had other ideas. Gluten free and dairy free French toast.




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The apple sauce and pudding were the best part... Bronte private msg quote post Address this user
@Davethebrave

My brother cheated. He put the pie on a piece of aluminum foil. Apparently it tore last time because he couldn't get the pie on the peel. He said the crust wasn't as crisp because there was nowhere for the steam to escape. He said a pizza screen might be a better crutch. Ideally though he figures it out with any crutches. Excellent idea on the cheese. The cheese left a Lotta liquid.
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I was going to wait until the morning to make this but my prednisone had other ideas. Gluten free and dairy free French toast.




Dang, I’ve never made my own FT. Especially from baller bread.
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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
@HeinzDad it's easy to make but not nearly as good as the frozen toaster option.
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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
@HeinzDad Dude, French toast is one of the first recipes in the Betty Crocker's New Boys and Girls Cookbook from the 1960s.
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@HeinzDad Try French Toast with a loaf of fresh baked French Bread from the store. Wait 2-3 days for it to get a bit stale...or buy it day-old if you can. The firmer texture just works really well with the egg wash. We were doing a lot of that during the lockdown...Fresh baked with dinner at night and the rest used for French Toast a couple mornings later.
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@Bronte honestly, make sure the peel is floured or “corned” up.

A bit messy but if using outside, a good trade off.

It requires a confident motion too off the peel. Think “removing table cloth trick”… of course best practiced by shaking the peel a bit and making sure the za actually moves.

As for the cheese trick - definitely getting it as dry as possible helps. Trust me - it will still have plenty of moisture.

Good italian pizzas are not heavily topped. Thin crust doesn’t require a heavy hand in toppings to get good balance in flavor.

Again, great job on success two pizzas in. Not easy to pull off (regardless of “cheats”).
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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
I'm still cooking up a storm. Chicken, sweet potato, celery, carrots, garlic and onion instant pot stew.




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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
Almond milk ice cream in progress. It's my first time trying so it might be awful.


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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
Just put another blueberry cheesecake in the oven.
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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
@flanders Vanilla?
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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
@DrWatson yep, if it comes out well I'll try some other flavors.
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Masculinity takes a holiday. EbayMafia private msg quote post Address this user
@flanders I'm thinking you could start a brand of nutritious and healthy baby food.
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@flanders I'm thinking you could start a brand of nutritious and healthy baby food.
Baby food isn’t hard to do actually. I’m surprised there aren’t small local/craft shops. Hipsters would eat that shit up, (not the food).
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Masculinity takes a holiday. EbayMafia private msg quote post Address this user
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@flanders I'm thinking you could start a brand of nutritious and healthy baby food.
Baby food isn’t hard to do actually. I’m surprised there aren’t small local/craft shops. Hipsters would eat that shit up, (not the food).


There's a movie about that called Baby Boom (Diane Keaton, 1987)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_Boom_(film)
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@flanders I'm thinking you could start a brand of nutritious and healthy baby food.
Baby food isn’t hard to do actually. I’m surprised there aren’t small local/craft shops. Hipsters would eat that shit up, (not the food).


There's a movie about that called Baby Boom (Diane Keaton, 1987)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_Boom_(film)
I was 6, practically a baby.
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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
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@DrWatson yep, if it comes out well I'll try some other flavors.

Do you have ice cream yet? They make ice cream out of seaweed. Almond milk shouldn't be a problem.
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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
@DrWatson it's in the freezer, let me check. I had some of it when it was in the ice cream maker for 35 mins, but it was a bit slushy.

It tastes fine but the texture is all wrong.


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I envision an ice cream, cheesecake collaboration.
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@DrWatson it's in the freezer, let me check. I had some of it when it was in the ice cream maker for 35 mins, but it was a bit slushy.

It tastes fine but the texture is all wrong.



Well, no cream, i.e. fat. You have what they used to sell as ice milk.
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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
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I envision an ice cream, cheesecake collaboration.

I have an apple pie cheesecake recipe. It's has an apple pie on top and a cheesecake on the bottom.
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I envision an ice cream, cheesecake collaboration.

I have an apple pie cheesecake recipe. It's has an apple pie on top and a cheesecake on the bottom.

Have you tried cherry pie on top of the cheesecake?
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Suck it up, buttercup!! KatKomics private msg quote post Address this user
smoked some 10yr old cheddar on Sunday along with a few hard boiled eggs - no idea what those are going to be like...I know that pickled egg salad sandwiches are great.....might try a smoked egg salad sandwich today for lunch??
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