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Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Friday we went to Waycross in my pickup to get a new dishwasher from Lowes. I strapped it down in the bed of the truck and headed home. About a mile from Lowes I turn left at a turn signal controlled intersection. I get the green, look first then pulled forward as I turned. Out of the corner of my eye, I see another pickup run through the red light. I mashed the gas hoping to clear the path of the oncoming truck. I didn't make it. She slammed into the driver's side truck bed spinning us all the way around. She slowed, looked in the mirror, then took off. We got a partial tag number then called 911.
A young man on a motorcycle saw what happened and gave chase. After running another red-light the police caught her. She is in a heap of trouble. She was thought to be DUI of something and was sent to the hospital for an evaluation. Don't know what will happen there.
We have bruised ribs and abrasions but will heal up in a week or so. Could have been much worse for her and for us, if she had hit the cab of the truck. The truck bed crushed in absorbing a lot of the energy.
We were immediately surround by lots of people trying to help. All dismayed the other driver fled. A young girl told me she saw the big box in the back fly up into the air then hit the side of the truck and fell back into the truck bed. She said it almost fell to the ground.
With all the things I think of going bad, I think of Kathy of some of the others dealing with so much more.
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It put out what I believe in banana vernacular is a flag leaf which is about one third the size of a normal leaf. The flag leaf signals the coming of the bloom. The top of the plant sweels as the bloom starts to push up.
Monday, April 22, 2013
For some reason Bryan never posted this leaving it in draft form. In Byran's memory I thought I would post it as he left it. We lost a good person.
With BBQ season rapidly approashing, these rolls or bread make a total and complete sandwich for a barbeque. This is an adaptation and variation of the Bread Baker's Apprentice... written by Peter Rinehart... recipe for Italian bread. It’s a combination of the Italian bread recipe, which includes Paté Fermentée in lieu of the biga(*). It yields a delightful roll with a soft, golden topped crust. These rolls go very well with just about anything you want to put on them like roast beef, turkey, char-broiled Italian sausage, BLT, BBQ beef or pork, or ham and cheese.
Dough Ingredients by Volume:
2 ½ cups Unbleached, high gluten bread flour
1 2/3 tsp non-iodized salt
1 TBS sugar
1 tsp instant yeast
1 tsp diastatic barley malt powder
1 TBS olive oil
7-8 Ounces milk
1 Egg yolk
8 Oz Pate fermentee
Semolina flour or cornmeal for dusting
Paté Fermentée should be at room temperature.
With a wooden spoon, stir together the flour, salt, sugar, yeast and barley malt powder in your largest mixer bowl. Add the olive oil, egg yolk, and milk. Mix until it forms a ball, adding flour and/or water according to need. Mix on medium speed with dough hooks until you get a dough that passes the ‘windowpane’ test, is slightly tacky and soft, but not too stiff. The dough should clear the sides and bottom of the bowl
Knead for 10-minutes on floured counter, or 6-minutes in mixer bowl with dough hooks. Lightly oil a large bowl and transfer the dough to the bowl. Roll the dough in the bowl several times so it is coated with the oil. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap. Let it ferment/rise until double in size. Because of the small amount of yeast used, the rising will take about 3-4 hours. DO NOT increase the amount of yeast.
Once doubled in size, add the 8-Oz of Paté Fermentée. Knead the Paté Fermentée into the raised dough, adding flour as necessary to get a silky, yet fairly stiff, flexible dough. Lightly dust with flour and return to bowl and let rise to double once again. This rising should take no more than 45-minutes.
Divide into either four or six equal pieces, depending on how large you want the rolls. Let the pieces rest for 10 minutes. Roll and shape into hoagie shaped rolls - about 8” long by 4” wide by 3 inches thick (for 4-roll.) The roll ends should be blunted, not pointed so you have a rectangular shaped creation.
Place the shaped rolls on a sheet pan that is lined with parchment paper, lightly oiled, and dusted with semolina flour (preferred) or cornmeal. Spray tops of rolls lightly with olive oil. Cover loosely with dry waxed paper and let rise to one and one half the original size.
Turn on oven and set to 500F. making sure there is an empty steam pan in the oven. Score the rolls with two horizontal slashes. Pour several cups of water in the steam pan, and spray the walls of the oven with water. Place the rolls in the oven. After 30 seconds, spray the oven walls again and quickly close the oven door. Repeat spraying again after another 30 seconds. After the final spray, lower the oven temperature to 400, and rotate the pan 180 degrees. It should take about 15 - 20 minutes for rolls to complete baking.
When rolls are golden and cooked through, remove them from the oven to a cooling rack and rub the tops of the rolls with a stick of butter for a soft, golden crust.
Paté Fermentée translates into fermented bread. It is NOT a sourdough, but rather a process that many bakeries use for either French bread, or Italian bread. The Italian version is called biga, and another French version is called poolish. Each version is different in consistency and has different uses depending on what kind of bread you are making. Each one is a key in breadmaking; a little bit from each batch is held over to the next day to make another batch, etc. the following day. I might add, that a frozen then thawed batch of the Paté Fermentée seems to have better bread rising qualities than the original.
This recipe yields approximately 16 ounces. Use only 8 Ounces for the roll recipe, and freeze the remaining 8 ounces in an air-tight freezer bag. It will last about 3-months. Lightly oil the inside of the freezer bag before you put in the Paté Fermentée.
Paté Fermentée Ingredients
1 1/8 Cups of unbleached high gluten bread flour
1 1/8 Cups of All Purpose flour
¾ tsp salt
½ tsp instant yeast
6-7 ounces of bottled water at room temperature
With a wooden spoon, stir together the flour, salt, sugar, yeast in your largest mixer bowl. Add the water. Mix until it forms a course ball, adding flour and/or water according to need. Mix on medium speed with dough hooks until you get a dough that is neither too sticky nor too stiff.
Knead for 4 to 6 minutes by hand, or 4 minutes in the mixer with the dough hooks. Dough should be soft and pliable and tacky, but not sticky.
Lightly oil a large bowl and transfer the dough to the bowl. Roll the dough in the bowl several times so it is coated with the oil. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap. Let it ferment/rise until 1 ½ times the original size.
Remove the dough from the bowl, knead it lightly to de-gas, and return it to the bowl. Cover with plastic wrap. Place the bowl in the refrigerator over night. You can keep this in the refrigerator for up to three days, or freeze in an airtight plastic bag for up to three months.
A P.S. here - always use bottled or spring water at room temperature. Chlorinated water and the yeasties don't always get along, and it can change the taste and texture of the bread.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
I live in Michigan now in the summer and in Texas in the winter. Just got back up to Michigan and the weather is surprisingly cold. I thought it was spring.
Looking forward to hearing about you all, and sharing my life events again.
Judy, congratulations and all the best wishes a person can summon up. You sound so happy and like everything is working out just wonderfully for you. I am so glad.
I am happier than I have ever been in this lifetime and proud to say that I now live with people who love and appreciate me. It's good to be back where I belong. North Carolina was wonderful in a lot of ways and I met a lot of people that I care about very much, but I was there with the wrong person and at times life was pretty grim. There's no place like home, and nothing better than loving and being loved right back! Blessings on everyone. Cathy
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Yes, I can to both questions. It's not 100% perfect but it's just a first run through. Now I know what to expect if I'm ever asked to bake bread for a group.
Four are 8x4 and two are 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches. The small ones are just over one pound and the larger ones just under a pound and a half. Need to adjust weights just a bit better.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
So glad to see everyone! Didn't realize we were back up till this morning. Was thinking of all of you on Sunday when I was making yet another iteration of Bunny Bread to take to dinner at my friends. I like this version much better! Here they all are having a bake in the oven..... we put them in a cute basket on some of that fake grass for serving and scattered jelly beans and dyed eggs around them. Everybunny got a bunny...
Hope everyone is well
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These are the Mike Ditka pork chops. With them are roasted green beans and mashed sweet potatoes. Strawberries are in down here so as another side I made sliced strawberries with a touch of Amaretto, and a sprinkle of raw sugar.
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Saturday, October 27, 2012
I have a new apartment in the Sacramento area just 10 minutes from my daughter's house. There were several complexes I applied for, two were interested but my new place is at the one I really liked the best and wanted to be. Moving day will be November 11th. My ankle is almost all better and I will take my car back from my daughter (she's been storing it for me) during the week of my move so I will be able to say goodby to my former coworkers, do a few errands and strengthen my ankle on those small trips in preparation for the 2-hour drive to my new apartment. One errand will be to the vet for a kitty tranquilizer to help Iggy stay calm during our 2-hour drive. He totally freaks out in the car and I really want to help him.
I'm busy packing things now, resting and icing my foot as needed, and planning where to put furniture and other things. The place will be a little smaller than what I'm used to but I'm sure I will be able to make it work. My daughter has talked with a few of the other tenants and tells me they are friendly and are very happy living there. There's a big community room with lots of activities -- cards, bingo, movie nights and monthy pot luck dinners. People bring goodies to these events so the Phantom Baker will have a whole bunch of new guinea pigs. There are 99 apartments within three 2-story buildings. I am really looking forward to our new home and all these new potential friends.
Wishing all my BC friends well and happy baking. I'll welcome hearing from one and all at any time. Take care everyone. K2Q
Friday, October 19, 2012
Sorry to hear you are closing down the BCF. I have had problems lately getting my comments to post. I have been having problems with Google and think maybe others are also having difficulty. Hope you change your mind you have been such a blessing in my life (all of us I believe).