Episode 027- In this episode, I will let you know what I am up to food-wise and drink-wise. It's my thinking that you might be interested or inspired to try some of these things. Note: I do not receive any compensation for you clicking on any of these links. They are for your knowledge, use, and enjoyment.If you enjoy Guys and Food, it would mean a lot if you could tell your friends and neighbors about it, or send them a link for the website or a specific podcast or blog post. My Food Projects- In the last month, "Baking with Joe" featured the Chocolate Beet Cake and the Fresh Mint Oreo Cheesecake from "The Harvest Baker." Also, we made ciabatta from Paul Hollywood's "100 Great Breads" and Nutella stuffed cookies from Sugar Spun Run. In the garden, my cucumbers and hot peppers are coming from the garden. The tomatoes are "meh." What I'm Baking- I made the Blueberry Crisp from King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion twice, Sour Cherry Crumb Pie, Bumble Berry Pie, and Chocolate Cherry Almond Hand Pies.
Kitchen Tools I'm Using- OXO 9 x 9 baking pan, Kitchen Aid kitchen scissors.
What I'm Drinking- Manger's Irish Cider
What Cookbook I'm Reading- I Still did not get to finish "The President's Kitchen Cabinet" by Adrian Miller. However, I did read "The Harvest Baker" by Ken Haedrich, Mary Berry's Favourite French Recipes, and "The Potato Cookbook" by Janet Reeves.
Where I'm Going- Sato Ramen where we ate spring rolls, pork buns, pork cutlet, and of course, ramen.
At Uncle Giuseppe's Marketplace where I ate Mortadella and Provolone sandwiches. I bought Saucy Susan, Sabrett's Onions in Sauce, pesto, sausage, and other things.Not only do I do the podcast, there are also blog posts associated with guys and food. A recent one has to do with the summer baking project that I am doing with my son, Joe. There is another that covers the benefits of using an instant read thermometer over the way many professional cooks still judge if their meat is properly cooked. Hint: It involves touching various parts of one's body.
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