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links: food

Jonathan Gold quiz: Weights and measurements – latimes.com. The only question I got right was: “8) At Milliways, Douglas Adams’ restaurant at the end of the universe, the fabulous cost of the meal is what?” Via The Hairpin.

Sprinkle Bakes: Cinnamon Cider Sticks. These are basically mulling candy for your cider, I’m completely in love with them.

Roasted Rosemary Almonds – Shutterbean.

Joining the Biscuit Club « Tea & Cookies. The secrets to the perfect biscuit.

Xmas Wishlist, Non-Pappy Edition | Mash Notes. Which bourbon to buy when you cannot find Pappy Van Winkle, via The Morning News.

Washington Wine Battle: Columbia Crest vs. Chateau Ste. Michelle | Serious Eats: Drinks.

Lara Ferroni » Gingerbread Meringues.

The Baking Steel | Serious Eats. “The Baking Steel makes some of the finest indoor-oven pies you’ll ever make. It’s a quarter-inch-thick, 15-pound steel plate that you place in your oven in lieu of a pizza stone. Because of its superior thermal qualities (higher volumetric heat capacity, as well as higher conductivity than stone), you can cook pizzas faster than you’d be able to with a regular stone.”

· comments [2] · 12-12-2012 · categories:food · links ·

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  • 1 Anne At Large // Dec 12, 2012 at 8:44 am

    6/10 on the weights and measures quiz, that was hard! And I love the Chateau St. Michelle/ Columbia Crest taste test, we apparently get CSM cheaply down here and I am a big fan, but it looks like I will have to keep an eye out for the Columbia Crest whites!

    Thanks for the great links!

  • 2 Seanna Lea // Dec 22, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    I think the weights and measures quiz is a random set of questions, because many of mine were about gingerbread and none were about Douglas Adams at all. 6/10. Maybe I’ll try again.

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