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Old 20th June 2013, 03:51 PM   #2241
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Don't leave me hanging here! You usually go 100% on Tipo Fino 00, right?

What was the difference in the result?

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Old 20th June 2013, 03:53 PM   #2242
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Gold chief? Whole grain flour?
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Old 23rd June 2013, 03:01 PM   #2243
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Note to self: Don't use seasoned salt in your Hollandaise.
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Old 23rd June 2013, 04:07 PM   #2244
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Gold chief? Whole grain flour?
Yes. Just a little bit.

We are VERY happy with the results. Made a pizza last night with heirloom tomatoes, olive oil, thyme, salt, and aged provolone.
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Old 25th June 2013, 03:58 PM   #2246
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Yes. Just a little bit.

We are VERY happy with the results. Made a pizza last night with heirloom tomatoes, olive oil, thyme, salt, and aged provolone.
Sounds like a great pizza!

The wife will be happy to know that we can add some whole grain to the pizza without ruining the flavor or consistency.

I made pancakes for Father's Day and added a bit of King Arthur whole wheat flour. I got lucky on the proportion and the whole family agreed that the result was very good and voted it their new favorite pancake recipe.

We had pizza night yesterday. No one left any pizza on their plates. It was an encore request.
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Old 25th June 2013, 05:44 PM   #2247
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Excellent results, I take it???
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Ce soir, all vegetarian with summer is golden.

Un :
Cucumber & fat Greek yogur soupe wedding, on a concentrated (fresh vegetable all-stars) stock base, basil.
Served with twirled and spiced dough battons from the euven.

Deux :
Ratatouille Nicoise with a kinky twist.
Fresh baked frog bread, also from the euven.

Trois :
juice of orange, strawberries, + basil.(what, again)
From my newbuy centrifugal juicer, that's been doing exotic overtime since day one.

Quatre :
pecan, almonds and honey pie, so boring, from the euven again

Ah, 77F outside and no stinkin tourists in sight or ear, life is grand !
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Garlic scape pesto: fresh garlic scapes, a little olive oil, a couple of basil leaves, some grated Parmesan, a few pine nuts, a little salt and pepper, buzzed in a blender to make a paste. Toss with pasta.
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Excellent results, I take it???
Ya, aside from the reddish colour and the tastes of garlic, onion, mustard, celery and dill.

We make our own seasoned salt.
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