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Old 04-11-2016, 01:28 AM   #21
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If you have Better Than Bullion, you can make gravy using that. I always keep a handful of McCormack's gravy packets. Thy come in handy for supplementing those juices.
Yep, tthey sure came in handy when I made a batch to smother a top serloin steak along with a box of crimmini mushrooms for dinner tonight. YUM!

What's grear is there was enough left over for another meal!
Also I still have 2 more steaks in rhe freezer. YAY!!
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Old 04-11-2016, 07:01 AM   #22
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Pan-seared pork chops marinated in lemon juice, olive oil, oregano and Penzeys Fox Point seasoning, green beans simmered in stewed tomatoes with oregano, and pan-seared potato wedges with lemon juice and zest, Fox Point seasoning and oregano. Good stuff.
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Old 04-11-2016, 07:08 AM   #23
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Forgot the pic. Also made a batch of no-knead bread.
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Forgot the pic. Also made a batch of no-knead bread.
Your crust looks a lot darker than mine, even rye. What temperature are you baking at? I use 450 F for 40 - 45 minutes, depending on loaf size.
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Your crust looks a lot darker than mine, even rye. What temperature are you baking at? I use 450 F for 40 - 45 minutes, depending on loaf size.
450 for 40 minutes. I took it out a bit early because I thought it was getting too dark. I'm going to check my oven temperature.
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450 for 40 minutes. I took it out a bit early because I thought it was getting too dark. I'm going to check my oven temperature.
I verified my oven temp with a thermometer. I bake a 3 cup of flour loaf in a 6 qt. DO for 45 minutes, a 1-1/2 cup loaf in a 3 qt. DO for 40 minutes. Crust comes out golden, not the dark brown in your picture.
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I'll give that a try next time..
Use warm to hot water.
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Yep, tthey sure came in handy when I made a batch to smother a top serloin steak along with a box of crimmini mushrooms for dinner tonight. YUM!

What's grear is there was enough left over for another meal!
Also I still have 2 more steaks in rhe freezer. YAY!!
I am coming to your house for supper. I love Crimmini mushrooms. They have so much more flavor than white button. I also keep small cans of mushrooms for those times when I want them for soup or an omelet and have no fresh on hand.
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