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  • Southwestern Quiche With Potato Crust from cleverusername in Groton, CT.
    A vegetarian quiche with a potato crust....
  • Authentic Baguette from cleverusername in Groton, CT.
    Ah, the French baguette... so simple, so fabulous, so addictive. ...
  • New Orleans Bbq Shrimp from cleverusername in Groton, CT.
    This New Orleans classic is always a crowd pleaser! Shrimp are cooked in a spicy, savory sauce and served with French loaves and g...
  • Naan - Indian Flat Bread from cleverusername in Groton, CT.
    Delicious tradition flatbread to accompany an Indian feast!...
  • Mama Ks Baked Crab Cakes W Mustard Sauce from cleverusername in Groton, CT.
    Love crab cakes, hate the calorie content! So, I've been working on a lower-calorie version of this east coast classic. Here are t...
  • Mahammar Pepper Pomegranate and Walnut Dip from cleverusername in Groton, CT.
    An astonishingly good dip with middle eastern flair. Perfect for a holiday gathering....
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  • ontothetable 11 months ago about Authentic Baguette
    This is the first real recipe for baguettes. You can spot the fake ones that always start with 3-1/2 cups of flour and 1-1/4 water and then try to make pseudo baguette. Thank you. **** Hard to get the absolute real baguette.
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  • Ceceym 2 years ago about Authentic Baguette
    I just made this after trying many other recipes for French baguettes and my whole family gave it 2 thumbs up! It was delicious flavor, great crusty texture outside and great holes on the inside! The only thing I want to improve is the shape/size: it was really thin. Any suggestions on how to improve this?
    Note: I used all purpose flour and added 1 Tblsp wheat germ as I heard our flour in the USA is more refined than in Europe and this helps in creating a more similar flour and bread. Also I did not have a baguette pan so I just used a cookie sheet.
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  • kilted 3 years ago about Authentic Baguette
    I made these for Thanksgiving and they were a HUGE hit. My sister's fiancé, who usually doesn't have many nice things to say, kept saying I could come over any time I wanted if I brought more of that bread.
    I don't think I let mine rise enough because I was crunched for time, so my baguettes were a bit thin, but they were perfect for dipping in things, which is why I made them in the first place.
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  • pvino 4 years ago about Authentic Baguette
    Updates
    - It's really hard to mess this up.
    - I've ditched the stone altogether in favor of a baguette pan. I use the pan (lined with parchment paper) for the first 10 minutes. Then just throw the loaves (gently) on the rack for the next 2 sets of 10 minutes, one set upside down and the other rightside up - which gives an even texture all around.
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  • barbiemensher 4 years ago about Roasted Root Vegetables and Acorn Squash with White Beans and Autumn Pistou
    This is right up my alley. Lovely. :)
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  • kukla 6 years ago
    Hello, CleverUserName! Thanks for trying the Fragrant Thai Meatballs With Peanut Sauce, and I'm so glad you liked them!! The coconut rice would be like 'icing on the cake', and there's ALWAYS room for fruit on every table! :) (BTW....just wondering what you used instead of the pork or beef?)
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for adding me to your buddy list. Look forward to swapping
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  • peetabear 6 years ago
    Thank you becoming my cooking friend. I look forward to sharing recipes with you.especially Gluten Free ones.
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    Thank you for looking at my Coconut rice, hope you make it, enjoy..
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  • sunny 6 years ago
    Hello - Thanks for being my cooking buddy. I look forward to sharing recipes. = )
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  • organicmama 6 years ago
    Thanks for adding me to your cooking buddies. I love your screen name too, or is it your real name?...LOL
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  • snufflebunny15 6 years ago
    Hello and welcome to the fun house! We have a great bunch of wonderful cooks here who love to share and chat. Looking forward to your posts.
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    yUmmmm that sounds good!
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  • flavorsofitaly 6 years ago
    Welcome to this great cooking site! Get ready to make lots of new friends, and share yummy recipes!
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  • cherihannah 6 years ago
    Welcome So happy to have you with us.Enjoy
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