Episode 5: Pretzel Meets Chocolate
How are Bavarian pretzels, stone-ground Mexican Chocolate and French brioche alike?
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The Brass Sisters discover what a food incubator is.
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Marcus experiences a mix of Lebanese and Texas-inspired dishes with the beloved chef.
No Passport Required: Falafel and Amba
Marcus learns about this traditional Iraqi pairing.
No Passport Required: Lena Sareini Makes Kanafeh
Marcus gets a lesson in this Lebanese dessert which is filled with ashta.
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Re: The Great British Baking Show: Meet the Hosts and Judges
When the bakers were told to create a cake with yeast because baking powder is a modern invention, I thought yeast, at least in its modern packaged-as-a-brick or "dry activated" forms is just as modern. In fact, it seems to me packaged yeast is less than 100 years old whereas baking powder has been around for at least 110 years. I think the bakers
Re: Martha Bakes: Find The Schedule in Your Area
I also missed S10 E12 decorated cakes. When will you have it on again?
Re: Chicken, Bacon and Butternut Squash Pie
I’m watching past seasons now and was glad to see this recipe. But the picture is not correct - it shows a fruit pie. The pie recipe here is made of filo and the pie is made in a savarin ring mold.
Re: Mary Berry’s Jaffa Cakes
or process regular sugar in a food processor until it is finer
Re: Orange and Lemon Curd Pots
What size should the molds be?
Re: Emeril Lagasse Remembers Julia Child
Thank you Emeril. I remember you on the Food Network and I didn't know who you were. And the I heard you say "Watuppa water" and I thought where he is he from. I am also from Fall River and you started me on cooking. https://www.flatfeetaxservice.net
Re: Watch the Julia Child Remix
Thank you for this. I love all things Julia Child. https://www.flatfeetaxservice.net
Re: Apricot Frangipane Tart
Love the show and many of Paul and Mary's recipies, but I unfortunately do not live in England. I live in the United States where we do not use metric measurements. I have wanted to try this Apricot Frangipane Tart, as well as other recipies but don't know how to convert your measurements in order to be successful. Would it be possible to add a con
Re: Cherry Cake
I think that almond flour is finer than UK ground almonds and so doesn't hold the moisture that ground almonds do. I have made this cake many times and it is always moist and delicious. Often cakes with ground almonds can be better the following day when the moisture has had chance to redistribute after baking. UK glace cherries are also moist and juicy
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