Countries with sweet breakfasts

When it comes to breakfast, only one question really matters: sweet or savory? For those of us with an early morning sweet tooth that needs to be satiated, the answer is easy. The good news is that there are early morning sweets lovers around the world, meaning there are worldly takes on AM sugar fixes wherever you go. Of course, pigeon-holing an entire country on one breakfast is impossible, and the below often have savory breakfasts as well. The world is a mix of sweet and savory lovers, af...
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Spelt flour Baguette

Spelt flour Baguette Submitted by davey1025 on January 14, 2019 - 8:26am.
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The Ultimate Winter Side Dish Is Smothered Cabbage

Cabbage gets no respect, which is a shame—it could be the most versatile vegetable on earth. From the delicate leaves to the sweet, crunchy core, I love every part of every variety of cabbage and have made it my mission to make others feel the same.Read more...
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Apple's cheap iPhone battery replacements were wildly popular — 10 times as many people replaced their battery as normal (AAPL)

In 2018, Apple offered iPhone users a new battery for $29, down from the previous $79 price.  Apple replaced 11 million batteries through the program, up from the 2 million it normally would, according to remarks made by Apple CEO Tim Cook reported by Daring Fireball.  It shows that more people would replace their phone batteries if the price was lower.  Apple's $29 battery program is over, but it has quietly reduced the price for battery replacements: To replace the battery on an iPhone that ...
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Easy and Delicious Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken

It doesn’t get any easier than Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken! Only two ingredients and you can make juicy chicken for sandwiches, wraps, and salads. Buffalo Chicken Ingredients You only need two! Chicken and hot sauce. It is not just for buffalo chicken wings!  I keep a bottle of hot sauce in my pantry and some chicken and buns in the freezer and I can always make buffalo chicken sandwiches in a pinch. What is hot sauce? Buffalo wing sauce is not hot sauce. For this recipe, you want hot sauce...
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Critique my first Tartine country loaf

Critique my first Tartine country loaf Submitted by Betht87 on January 14, 2019 - 12:40pm. 20190114_192358.jpg 20190114_192931.jpg Hi everyone, I was hoping to get some feedback on the first Tartine country loaf I have baked from some more experienced bakers. Pretty happy with the result! The bottom of the crumb is a little bit denser than I would like, and I was hoping for bigger ears. I would also like some better oven spring if that's...
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Apple Replaced 11 Million iPhone Batteries in Its $29 Program

Apple's $29 battery replacement program may have seriously dinged sales of its 2018 iPhone models. From a report: The company replaced 11 million iPhone batteries under the program, John Gruber of tech-focused blog DaringFireball reported Monday, citing Apple CEO Tim Cook at an all-hands meeting. Typically, the company replaces 1 million to 2 million batteries each year, DaringFireball noted. Cook cited the program's negative impact on Apple's revenue in a Jan. 2 sales warning to investors but d...
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Oaty Sourdough

Oaty Sourdough Submitted by leslieruf on January 14, 2019 - 7:38pm. Came across this bread on Instagram posted by "fullproofbaking" - Milk & butter oat porridge sourdough.  I have attempted to follow her recipe, scaling it to make two loaves.  I tried to keep bakers percent as close as possible. This was baked on 31st December 2018.29/12/18:  Refresh starter and convert offshoot to 100% hydration30/12/18:  8 am build levain – I needed 129 g 100% hydration8:15 am Toasted 76 g c...
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Foie gras ban in California stands after court battle

The foie gras ban in California continues after six years of court battles. Earlier this week the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would not hear a challenge to the state’s 2004 ban on the production and sale of foie gras, leaving the 2017 ruling untouched. Foie gras, which means “fatty liver”, is butter-rich duck or goose liver that has been especially fattened, and is a popular delicacy in French cuisine. Traditionally, it is seared and made into pate, however, to produce the luxury food produ...
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Homemade Salt Water Taffy in One Hour

You can make soft and chewy salt water taffy just like you find on seaside boardwalks in just one hour! Start with this funfetti salt water taffy recipe and then experiment with your own flavors! Making salt water taffy is sticky, messy, and super stretchy – sort of like the slime that people buy for kids to play with, but when you are done pulling and stretching, you get to eat melt-in-your-mouth homemade salt water taffy!Read the full article here
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Carrot Muhammara Hand Pies

Fruit pie. Meat Pie. Veg Pie. I find it easy to love pie and it’s pastry that makes pie so lovable. Sure, pastry is good when pressed neatly into a fluted tart pan. In fact, a tart is the most elegant pie I know. However, pastry is just as delicious when treated casually – draped […] The post Carrot Muhammara Hand Pies appeared first on SippitySup.
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Wüsthof Classic 6″ Cook’s Knife with Bamboo Cutting Board just $39.88

Wüsthof Coupon January 2019 – Wow, right now Cabela’s has a HOT deal on this high quality knife. And not only is it the knife but you get a bamboo cutting board as well. Get the Wüsthof Classic 6″ Cook’s Knife AND Bamboo Cutting Board for just $39.88. Have it ship to store for pickup is... Read More Read more about Wüsthof Classic 6″ Cook’s Knife with Bamboo Cutting Board just $39.88
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Extreme opponents of GM foods know the least science, but think they know the most

A recent study compared the public's scientific literacy with their attitudes on GM foods.The results showed that "as the extremity of opposition increased, objective knowledge went down, but self-assessed knowledge went up."The results also suggest that, in terms of policy efforts to boost scientific literacy, education about a given topic alone isn't going to be enough. None In 1999, the social psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger published a study that uncovered a darkly comical cogn...
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Brandy Buns

Brandy Buns Submitted by Anne-Marie B on January 14, 2019 - 8:24pm. Leftover brandy from all those festive season plum puddings and cake.  So I decided to make Sweetened Brandy Buns for brekky in the new year. Not nearly as sweet as I expected. It is quite good with something more savoury, butter and a gentle cheese like a gouda. From The Handmade Loaf by Dan Lepard.
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single loaf

single loaf Submitted by davey1025 on January 14, 2019 - 7:58am. I haven't cut one open yet to see the crumb but my first time using spelt and was fun to do.  
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Chili Cheese Dip

With only 2-ingredients, this Chili Cheese Dip is always a hit! Make this quick & easy appetizer in the slow cooker or microwave for a crowd-pleasing dip! This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own. Who’s ready for the big game coming?  You know that ONE football game EVERYBODY looks forward... Read On → The post Chili Cheese Dip appeared first on All Things Mamma.
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Roast Beef Sliders Recipe

It is that time of year to prepare appetizers for your Super Bowl Party. A great option is always sliders. These roast beef sliders are very similar to many other slider recipes, slider rolls are loaded with deli roast beef, provolone cheese, and french fried onions. An Au Jus is then poured over the prepared sliders in a baking dish and then baked to perfection. The sliders are served with a cup of au jus on the side for dipping. The crunch from the french fried onions really make this recipe ...
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What Should We Casserole Next?

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Will It Casserole, the column where we see what meals, dishes, and cuisines can be re-imagined and transformed into casseroles. It’s a new year, which means it’s time to pick our very first casserole project of 2019.Read more...
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Working on Potbelly sandwich roll

Working on Potbelly sandwich roll Submitted by Nordikelt on January 16, 2019 - 12:22am. I was hoping to find some pointers here on how to replicate the sandwich roll shown in the enclosed photo (from Potbelly's Sandwiches).  It has a soft crumb, a thin shattering crust, and a strong "hinge" holding the right side of the sandwich together.I'm a fairly experienced home baker, but have never come across techniques/recipes to achieve these qualities.Thanks much!  I'm looking forwa...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he is inspired by the story of how an Apple Watch identified a user's clogged heart arteries

Apple CEO Tim Cook responded to a story on Twitter about a man whose Apple Watch picked up on a major heart problem. Cook said the story and others like it "inspire us." This isn't the first time an Apple Watch has averted a medical crisis. Apple CEO Tim Cook responded to a tweet from someone who said their husband's Apple Watch helped save his life. Twitter user Elissa Lombardo tweeted at Cook on Friday, telling him that her husband's Apple Watch picked up his irregular heartbeat. He subsequ...
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Comment on chicken chili by tasha

can canned beans be used in this? if so when should they be added? thanks!
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Comment on southwestern pulled brisket by Lynn E Grey

One of the best recipes I’ve done in the crockpot is the pork carnitas recipe from Epicurious. It’s not specifically dedicated to the crockpot but definitely turns out well, especially if you fry the pork to the point where you get those crispy edges. yummy.
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Comment on quick, essential stovetop mac-and-cheese by divinemrsm66

Deb – as a Brit, what is Kosher Salt and why won’t any old salt do? I’ve never seen Kosher Salt here. I know you don’t keep a Kosher kitchen after your mention of Bo Ssam…!
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Comment on chocolate peanut butter cup cookies by Roxie

I made these cookies, and I can’t wait to do it again. I couldn’t find dutched cocoa so I had to do it with the regular stuff the first time. I had no issues with the dough. I made sure everything was super well mixed. Skippy was my peanut butter of choice but I might give almond butter a shot next time. Yum! Thank you! I am tickled by the Mary Berry reference.
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Comment on crispy rice and egg bowl with ginger-scallion vinaigrette by Sarah

Thanksgiving Bo Ssam sounds awesome! Let’s free ourselves of turkey tyranny.
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Comment on ethereally smooth hummus by Rupini

Chana dal is split BLACK chickpeas, in case u didnt know. So thats one reason for some subtle taste differences! :)
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Comment on heavenly chocolate cake roll by Debbie T.

Deb, I love your recipes! Always great flavor and minimal fuss (unless a little fuss makes a big impact). I have so many favorites from your site. Now I’ve been dreaming of a great yule log cake for years, and had a really disappointing one from a local bakery. Came to your site today to ask you to create one for me and found this! I’m so happy! Can’t wait to make it.
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Comment on world peace cookies by G in Colorado

Same problem and have tried different fixes: adding heavy cream, more butter, less flour etc. I also wandered if it could be dryness and elevation. I am at 5000 ft. Hoping to find the perfect fix so it won’t mess up the texture. Open to anyone’s ideas. I love these cookies so much but they are a hot mess to work with for me.
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Blue Apron is confident it will achieve profitability this quarter

Meal kit company Blue Apron expects to achieve profitability this quarter, the company said ahead of its Q4 2018 and fiscal year 2018 financial results. Blue Apron will release its earnings January 31, but said today that, “based on its current view of the business, Blue Apron plans to reaffirm confidence in achieving profitability” on an adjusted EBITDA basis in Q1 2019, as well as for the entire fiscal year. Blue Apron defines EBITDA as its net earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation ...
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Comment on crispy rice and egg bowl with ginger-scallion vinaigrette by junebugapril

Yummy! Veg comfort food – I make Chicken Fried Tofu comfort food for my vegan daughter! Freeze a tofu block to give it a meaty texture. Defrost or nuke to defrost. Cut into fingers. DIp in beaten egg, then dip in flour mixed with Lawry Salt. Fry in oil. Nice on salads.
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