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Large Filipino
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So where is it? In your bedroom?

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No, since another person wants to share it with me, she's cleared up a small space on the kitchen counter for it.

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I bet there's a rice cooker on top of it right now!

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quote:
Originally posted by HoRiZoN
heres the recipe for biscuits.

open the biscuits, put them on a pan then cook according to the directions on the biscuit can. . . .


Those are what we call "wop-em" biscuits. You peel that wrapper off, then "WOP!" the can against the sharp edge of the countertop. Real baked biscuits, however, are far, far superior to baked wop-em biscuits.

There is, however, a great use for wop-em biscuit dough. They make outstanding donuts. Just punch a hole in the middle of 'em with yer finger, or yer crank, then deep-fry 'em to a light golden brown. While they're still hot, put powdered sugar, icing, or whatever you want on 'em. Eat 'em while they're still warm. They'll melt in yer mouth 'n' make yer belly thank you.

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she's cleared up a small space on the kitchen counter for it.


Ok, that's not even an oven.

With those smaller ovens, be aware you may have to heat the oven to more than the recipe suggests, or leave the baked products in longer than called for. You'll have to experiment some.

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I did! And you're quite right. I had to hike up the tempreture, but the cookies turned out fine. I even managed to bake a cake, and then I baked some chicken in cheese and sausages.

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Can I have some chicken in cheese and sausages?

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Yes, but only if you come to Malaysia!

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If I come to Malaysia can I butter your muffin?

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Gonna bring your own batter I hope..

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I have a surplus of batter...

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That's a lot of wank...never mind.

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Make a loaf of bread. Dead easy and smells lovely. Flour 450g, warm water 1/2 pint, yeast sachet (15g), teaspoon salt and sugar.

Throw in some nuts and seeds if you want. 230C 40 minutes.

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Bah. Victoria Sponge is the King of All Baking.

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I shall try them both. The first attempt at Victoria Sponge failed, btw...

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quote:
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Doesn't matter Smug, I'm just wondering if anyone has a unique and different recipe compared to the normal one's you can find in books and the Internet.



if you take your standard southern (US) biscuit recipe, shred some sharp cheddar, chop up sundried tomatoes, lightly saute some garlic, mix/knead everything with the batter/dough, halfway through the cook-time brush the tops of the biscuits with butter (or I would recommend lightly spraying with low-cal butter flavored non-stick)

or if you're up for making something fabulous (and super easy), I have a great recipe for a vegetable tart with smoked gouda, fresh parm, roasted eggplant, zucchini, and tomatoes

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Wow, I feel like I just found a live talking and breathing recipe book. Can I buy you and take you home, Lu?

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i have recipes, but you'll have to pay. whoa buddy will you have to pay.

Horizon, we’re still waitin’ on that recipe price list. Howzaboutit? 👍🏻

Amen.

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best biscuits, 3 parts flour, 1 part butter, 2 parts buttermilk (by weight). make sure buttermilk is very cold, damn near frozen. Freeze butter then grate it with a cheese grater and freeze it again. combine all ingredients loosely (can still have flour clumps, its ok). loosely form into a pan and cut out biscuits.

When cutting go straight down and up, do not twist it. Take buiscuits and bake at 400f for 20-30 minutes or until golden brown. cover in a healthy amount of gravy and eat,.

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I burnt some water this morning making toast.

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...Take buiscuits and bake at 400f for 20-30 minutes or until golden brown. cover in a healthy amount of gravy and eat,.

What kind of gravy do you prefer on biscuits? Pepper gravy is okay, but sausage gravy is much better. My favorite, though, is bacon gravy. Heart attacks in paradise!

Lord, I’m gettin’ hungry just thinkin’ about it. Yum.

Amen

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Piney makes surprisingly good biscuits and gravy. Mind you, I don't have much to base it on, in NZ "biscuits and gravy" means sweet cookies and brown meat sauce, which doesn't sound very pleasant, so if you say you're having biscuits and gravy for lunch people look at you weirdly. It's like saying you're having ketchup and cheesecake. I suppose we would call it scones and pork mince.

Also weird, I've never heard of someone having to buy their own oven when they move into a dwelling. It's a legal requirement here that if you're going to market ssomething as a dwelling, then it has an oven.

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Are they actual cookies, such as sugar cookies, or chocolate chip cookies? And what kind of meat, etc., is typically used in the meat sauce?

One of my old classmates came from a family of five kids. Their favorite family breakfast treat was chocolate gravy. They’d put it on toast, biscuits. Sop it up with regular ol’ white bread. I never had the opportunity to try it, but it sounded unappetizing.

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It's just a terminology thing. Here, biscuits are hard crunchy sweet cookies *sugar cookies, choc chip, whatever (unsweet would be a cracker). Cookies are also cookies. What you call a biscuit, we call a scone (although scones can also be sweet). Gravy means your average gravy made with pan scrapings, bit of flour, and stock (or whatever). White gravy or country gravy just isn't a term here, so if you say gravy, we expect something brown and saucy. Mince is ground beef, lamb or pork, made the way you would make gravy (although usually ours would have vegies in it, like a stew but made with ground meat rather than chunks). But fruit mince is also a thing, so you get a Christmas mince pie (fruit) and an ordinary mince pie (full of beef mince). Fries are what you get at McDonalds, but everywhere else they're chips. Chips (crisps) are also chips. What you call ham, we call bacon. Bacon is streaky bacon. Ham is the stuff you put in sandwiches. It's a good thing we know what we are talking about because no one else does. I'm still trying to get my head around americanisms. As far as I can tell, "grits" is porridge with butter. If you served me that, I'd want to put brown sugar and cinnamon on it. Also, who the heck has crackers with soup?... that's just wrong. Crackers are for cheese and pate. Soup requires some sort of crusty bread or dinner roll.

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Oh, and what we call cornflour, you call corn starch (what you call corn flour, we call cornmeal). You have no idea how many internet recipes I screwed up spectacularly due to that misunderstanding! Want a plate of hard glue? Try my American recipe cornbread (gross!). The only recipes that worked for me were the hippy ones that used corn meal...I suspect whatever I was using wasn't your idea of corn meal, but it was a hell of a lot better than starch (and if I actually had used starch, I'd be putting laundry product in my food)

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