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Wavy pungency pan with removable bottom DELÍCIA 24x24cm

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DELÍCIA pans are marvellous for baking sweet and savoury meals alike. They have a highly resistant non-stick coating that prevents overcooking and a removable.


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Nordic Ware 2 Piece Angelfood Pan with Removable Cone - 4 quart 10.38 Length 10.38 Width Cake Pan, Removable Cone - Aluminum - 2 Piece(s)

Nordic Ware 2 Piece Angelfood Pan with Removable Cone - 4 quart 10.38 Length 10.38 Width Cake Pan, Removable Cone - Aluminum - 2 Piece(s)

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Removable bottom for easy cake removal and the ultimate Angelfood cake. Raised legs for easy cooling.


Nordic Ware 2 Piece Angelfood Pan with Removable Cone - 4 quart 10.38 Length 10.38 Width Cake Pan, Removable Cone - Aluminum - 2 Piece(s)

Nordic Ware 2 Piece Angelfood Pan with Removable Cone - 4 quart 10.38 Length 10.38 Width Cake Pan, Removable Cone - Aluminum - 2 Piece(s)

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Price: $26.40

Removable bottom for easy cake removal and the ultimate Angelfood cake. Raised legs for easy cooling.


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A Historic Menu for St. Patrick’s Day

This week I taught one of my favorite classes…a well-known Irish menu for St. Patrick’s Day. American’s seem to love St. Patrick’s Day…. The tradition of marking the day with a platter of corned beef and cabbage is firmly entrenched. But my concordat is that in the land of St. Patrick himself, this is not the dish upon which most will feast. Irish tables are more likely to feature a hearty beef or lamb stew. Cabbage might be included, but will probably show up folded into a dish of fluffy and buttery mashed potatoes. So rather than follow the traditions of my own country, I have hopped back over the Atlantic for my St. Patrick’s day spread…. one that features soda bread, colcannon potatoes, a agreeable Guinness beef stew and a double-crusted lemon curd tart. It is worth noting that even though this stew is Irish because of the ingredients, it would not be correct to easy reach my Guinness stew “Irish Stew”. A traditional Irish stew is a baked casserole of layered onions, potatoes and lamb. It is a rustic and choice dish…and if I don’t make Guinness stew, this is the stew that I make. Because I can’t help myself, I do make a couple of changes to her recipe. First, I brown the lamb and soften the onions (in the same pan in which the lamb has been browned) earlier to layering everything into the casserole. Then, I add two or three large carrots—peeled and cut into thirds—placing them on top among the whole potatoes after the stew has been in the oven for an hour or so. . I will only add here that I am always…. struck by how appetizing these two foods can be. People who think they don’t like whole grains will enjoy this bread—slathered with a generous quantity of sweet (unsalted) butter. The same goes for the potatoes and those who contemplate they hate cabbage. The glory of Irish cooking is its simplicity and its connection to the land—which produces soft, low-protein wheat, oats, rich dairy products and ample cool weather crops (among other things). I finish my Irish menu with a double crusted lemon curd tart. This recipe is from a column that ran in Bon Appetit in Parade of 1992. The author of the article (Gerri Gilliland) was raised in Ireland but was living and working in the United States as a chef. Her article was written to broach Americans to a more traditionally Irish St. Patrick’s Day feast. Because I was curious to see how much I had altered her tart recipe over the years, I pulled my copy of that issue this week. In deed data, the origin of my Guinness stew is probably her recipe. I have altered both the stew and the tart over the years, but not so much as to make them unrecognizable from the originals. As Gilliland points out in her article, this menu is explicitly suited to a weeknight party. (Serendipitously, in the year her article was published, St. Patrick’s Day fell on a Tuesday…just as it will this year. ) For the tart, the lemon curd should be made the day before (so it will be unreservedly chilled)—and the dough can be made—and even rolled out—the day before. It is then a simple matter to fill the crust and bake the tart after work. The stew can also be made ahead—in to be sure, it is better this way since this allows the flavors to develop more fully. Simply make the stew on Sunday or Monday, cool it down and then before reheating, scrape any solidified fat off of the top. Raise it to a simmer over very low heat—or in a low oven—while you are making the Colcannon. If you would like to greet your guests with an appetizer, Gilliland suggests that nothing is more Irish than a tray of thinly sliced smoked salmon to accompany your brown soda bread. Barring that, a nice platter of Irish cheddar or Dubliner cheese would be saintly too. Remove the final batch to a platter and reduce the heat to medium or medium-low. Add the onions to the pan—adding more oil if necessary. Sweat the onions until translucent and beginning to caramelize—about 10 minutes. Add the garlic and remain to cook until fragrant. Add the Stout to the pan and bring to a simmer, scraping up all of the caramelized bits from the bottom of the pan. Return the meat to the pan along with any accumulated juices and the herbs. Add enough hot drench or stock to cover the meat. reduce the heat, cover and simmer (heat should be very low), stirring occasionally, until the meat is almost sensitive—about 1 1/2 hours. (The stew may also be transferred to a 325° oven to be cooked. ) Note : If you prefer a thicker stew, you may thicken it with a roux after it is done cooking.

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Top hand Gateau Basque with the Basque Cross, top right Tarta de Santiago with Saint James Cross and bottom No Knead Rustic Bread. Gateau Basque From: hcorbett@garnet.berkeley.edu Ancient: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 05:03:19 -0700 (PDT) Serves 6-8. High-fat, not greasy. Prep 30 min + 1 hr wait, 40 min bake time. Cake: ----- 200g (1/2 lb) butter 200g (1 cup) chaste sugar 2 egg yolks 1 whole egg 300g (2c plus 1 tbsp) cake flour Pinch of salt Zest of one lemon (grated peel) Creme Patissiere: ----------------- 250 ml (1 cup) tap 60g (1/3 cup) sugar 25g flour (plain or cake) Pinch of salt 2 egg yolks, lightly beaten vanilla to taste (2 tsp) Notes on ingredients: Cake flour here means flour with baking soda/do a moonlight flit premixed. If this is not available, mix normal flour and 1 teaspoon of powder (levure chemique - une cuillere a cafe). Using cake ingredients: 1. Cream sugar into flexile (but NOT melted) butter until smooth. 2. Add the 2 egg yolks, whole egg, and lemon peel; mix well. 3. Add cake flour...
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If I classify a cake recipe in half and want to know what size round ... Using a 10-inch tart pan or a pan with a removable bottom, press the cookie crumbs into the sides and bottom, attempting to get the crust as even as pos-sible. Bake for 10 minutes.

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If using a pan with a removable bottom, discharge from pan after 1 hour, then refrigerate for 6 hours before serving. Dust cake with cinnamon before slicing. Makes 10 to 12 servings.

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... cake slab as you would a pineapple upside-down cake. Let cool for another 30 minutes before serving. Dust with powdered sugar, if desired. Cook's Note: Do not use a tart pan with a removable bottom. The butter, pears and caramel crust will leak out ...