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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by armedequation View Post
    There are many tools and gadgets for cooking and baking.....

    The first time i made hand made ravioli, i only had a rolling pin....couldve baked them as calzones lol
    Hand made ravioli........calzones......my friend you are making me salivate, no matter how you make them!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Hand made ravioli........calzones......my friend you are making me salivate, no matter how you make them!!!
    Add some flour and a touch of salt and you too can have some pasta!
    (not recommended)

    I could go for a nice cannoli if anyone has a spare...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Hand made ravioli........calzones......my friend you are making me salivate, no matter how you make them!!!
    Haha
    We dont have a smoker and i dont want to burn 8 hours of propane so im gonna try doing my second brisket ever in the oven after letting it soak in marinade for 3 days. My first one was good but the wood chips and propane made it pretty easy. Hopefully this turns out as good as the first!

    Now if i can just convince the wife to let me get a deep fryer i could do home made tater tots or sweet potato tots!

    I do have to say that if i tried making cannoli, it would probably look like a pyramid on the plate
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    Scary thing happened a while back......after we finished eating rolled chicken breasts. When I rounded up the tooth picks used for baking, I found all of them except for part of one. Did I swallow it????????? (Doubt my wife did, cuz she's the attentive one.)

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    Could be...good thing is its wood so it will digest.

    The oven brisket i think was a success. Did it from scratch which allowed me to make it gluten free and she said that not only was it good but it digested well too lol.

    I get a kick at how promptly my two year old picks up his corn on the cob and has a blast eating it
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    Quote Originally Posted by armedequation View Post
    Could be...good thing is its wood so it will digest.

    The oven brisket i think was a success. Did it from scratch which allowed me to make it gluten free and she said that not only was it good but it digested well too lol.

    I get a kick at how promptly my two year old picks up his corn on the cob and has a blast eating it
    Brisket sounds mouth watering!! And yes, we humanoids, right from birth, are meant to eat c on the c!!!

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    I may be the only one but i find baking much more difficult than cooking. If anyone is ever in the estes area, you have to come down to glen haven general store for cinnamon rolls and sandwhiches on fresh baked bread. The fudge is awesome too (snickers is my fave)

    Ive tried making donuts and rolls before but to little success with the dough
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    Quote Originally Posted by armedequation View Post
    I may be the only one but i find baking much more difficult than cooking. If anyone is ever in the estes area, you have to come down to glen haven general store for cinnamon rolls and sandwhiches on fresh baked bread. The fudge is awesome too (snickers is my fave)

    Ive tried making donuts and rolls before but to little success with the dough
    Baking is so much more difficult than cooking. There's more science to it. Not a baker by any means but I just love to watch cooking and baking shows for some reason. And the contestants usually fail on the baking contests because it is so much more difficult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by armedequation View Post
    I may be the only one but i find baking much more difficult than cooking. If anyone is ever in the estes area, you have to come down to glen haven general store for cinnamon rolls and sandwhiches on fresh baked bread. The fudge is awesome too (snickers is my fave)

    Ive tried making donuts and rolls before but to little success with the dough
    Quote Originally Posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Baking is so much more difficult than cooking. There's more science to it. Not a baker by any means but I just love to watch cooking and baking shows for some reason. And the contestants usually fail on the baking contests because it is so much more difficult.
    I have little clue yet about cooking in general, but it amazes me how the bread I make comes out different almost every time I make it. I follow the recipe for proper amounts, but I think even little deviations,. and perhaps changes in the house temperature/humidity are noticeable in the outcome.

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    Yeah thats part of the reason i find baking difficult

    I was asked last saturday night on short notice to do the carolina style sauce that i did for the brisket for the fathers day dinner. My uncle and grandpa both loved the sauce and they are kinda opposite spectrum of flavors lol. My uncle loves spicey (which this wasnt). My granpda just likes to taste stuff now so i consider it a win

    Now to come up with a recipe for all the leftover chicken...hmm maybe a casserole as we dont do those very much
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    The best jerk chicken I ever had was the first time I got to enjoy it, at a resort in Jamaica....as a snack. It was deep into the night on our first day on the trip, and they had this fun little snack shack that was open fairly late. So I asked the cook what he had on the grill and he said he'd whip me up some jerk chicken and fries. I grabbed a glass of Red Stripe draft beer from the bar and brought back the freshly made snack.....and it was fabulous!!! Haven't had better since.

    Today I BBQ'd jerk chicken based on a pretty easy recipe....and it was very good! We both agreed that it was a "keeper" recipe. So simple gang!

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