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  1. Homemade Rose Soda You will need: 1 cups sugar 1 cups water 1 tsp rose water 2 drops red food coloring At least 1 liter club soda Directions Melt sugar down in a medium saucepan at medium to medium high heat, wisking frequently until Carmelized Add water. Sugar will seize up, this is normal. Bring sugar water to a boil, wisking frequently until sugar dissolves. Add rose water Add food coloring. Remove from heat and let cool.In an 8 fluid ounce glass add Tbs. Rose syrup over ice and dillute with club soda. Stir and serve. NOTE: You can switch out rose water for other flavorings,
  2. Ancient recipes decoded
  3. Goal 50 1. "On Spice" by Caitlin Penzey-Moog 49 to go
  4. And sometimes I put so much heart and soul into my cooking that when I post food porn after some other person it's almost like smacking a baby with a brick ... Like, this is the only marketable skill I have, and I usually try to practice humility, but I can't help but have a little pride in my home cooking.
  5. My own home-brew mad food science.
  6. My first read of 2020 was "On Spice" by Caitlin Penzey-Moog. It was an interesting prose on the history of spices, their Origins, and their history.
  7. My signature mac and cheese.... Recipe here: https://foodiefrontier.wordpress.com/2019/11/20/my-ultimate-hoppy-day-mac-cheese/
  8. 3 types of Daifuku (stuffed) mochi. From left to right: Apples simmered in rose water simple syrup, fig and goat cheese with walnuts, and maple bacon praline pecan.
  9. Pork carnitas tacos with spicy slaw, goat cheese, and salsa Verde alongside black bean and corn relish as well as lime cilantro radish slices
  10. I was "Loafing" around and made Q U A L I T Y gluten-free bread Here be the recipe: Ingredients: 1 packet Activate dry yeast 1½ cups warm water, just barely above room temperature 1 ½ cup cassava flour 1 cup chickpea flour 1/2 cup tapioca starch 1 tsp. Baking powder 1 Tbs. Sucrose 4 Tbs Olive oil 3 eggs 1 tsp. Rice vinegar Directions: Step one: preheat oven to 350°F Step two: mix yeast into warm water, and let activate for five minutes Step three: whisk together all dry ingredients in a large bowl. Step four: using a hand mixer or stand mixer, blend the yeast water into dry ingredients. Step five: add eggs, oil, and rice vinegar and mix until like a thick batter. Scoop into a lubricated loaf pan. (Parmesan and sesame seed topping is optional) Step six: Let rise. How long, probably 45-60 minutes, or until just over the top of the pan Step seven: bake at 350°F for 30 minutes. Step eight: gently remove loaf from pan and place on a wire rack to cool. Step nine: slice with a serrated bread knife, and enjoy
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