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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #8866
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Well I'll be.
First sourdough from scratch including starter.
Yet to be tasted.
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #8867
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The crumb, and yes it is good too.
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It all looks really good
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #8869
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Thanks.
Salt I made a Frito pie and put it away.
I'm full as a tick from sampling and cooking all day.
I wish I had a bunch of people around to feed because I really enjoy cooking and baking.
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Nice loaf Worth. Makes me hungry.
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I'll bet that sourdough would make some killer toast.
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I'll bet that sourdough would make some killer toast.
Thanks.
It has the wee hint of tang but not too much.
Used all purpose flour.
Pretty proud of it if I do say so myself.
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Deluxe Frito Pie.
Made with homemade Shiner Block chili, fritos corn tortilla chips Jack cheese chopped onion.
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Apparently you have a good sour dough starter. The bread has many large holes where the carbon dioxide caused the bread to rise before it was baked. I love the smell of sour dough bread as it bakes.
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For some reason I cant see images any more. Never had this issue before.
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For some reason I cant see images any more. Never had this issue before.
Try right clicking on the image thing where image should be and click view image.
It will ask you to log on again.
This might work.

The starter was a spur of the moment thing.
I had leftover flour in the bottom of the sack that wasn't enough to do anything with.
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #8877
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Default Corned Beef Hash.

Tonight's peasant menu is corned beef hash.
Cooked with caramelized red onion and green bell pepper in olive oil.
Dice potato and a surprise at at the end.
Thought it up on the way to and from work.
First I am doing the onion and bell pepper.
Remove from pan then do dice potato and corned beef, potato first then add meat.

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After the red onion and peppers cooked down I decided to add another whole yellow diced onion to go in the potatoes and not cook them down as much.
Just translucent if even that much.
Two onion taste profiles.
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Now that everything is ready put it all in the skillet and start the browning process.
This is the part that will make or break a good hash.
Best use a timer to remember to flip toss and mix and the heat not be too high.
Don't use a lot of oil either or it will be a greasy oily hash.
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I use the bell pepper tops and pull the stem off after I cut the tops off.
I dice them up and mix them in right before I am ready for the next step.
Waste not want not.
Some time during this you need to preheat the oven to 400F.
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