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I made buttermilk buckwheat molasses pancakes again for breakfast today.
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4/16/17
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Late night madeleines.
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3/27/17
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Hops. Lots of hops. Tart, fruity, but not what I'd call citrusy. A bit malty, in the good way. But I'm having a hard time identifying the flavors, strong as they are.
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Beer Tasting: Hitachino Nest XH

Huh.

::takes another sip::

Huh.

It's... yeasty, malty, and bitter in an odd way. This is funky. Not my thing.

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Deliciously dark. Not too heavy, though. Not at all thick. Just very dark, with the caramel and nutty notes one would expect. But not so much on the toffee or molasses flavors.
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This is a great article on what happens when you cook eggs at a bunch of different temperatures with sous vide.
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Sous vide poached egg. Multi-step process, and i left this one in the pan of near-simmering water a bit too long.

J. Kenji L贸pez-Alt's method starts with a sous vide cook for 45 minutes, then a minute in near-simmering water to finish setting up the "loose white"

The yolk was divinely creamy, even if slightly over-gelled by too long in the pan of simmering water.

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2013/10/sous-vide-soft-poached-eggs.html
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New toys for the kitchen. This is actually +Aleatha Parker-Wood's.

The salmon was fantastic, evenly cooked throughout, none too dry or too rare. And the lemons that went into the bags with them were pervasive, yet light. Fantastic.
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Because with a name like "Christmas Eve at a New York City Hotel Room", I had to try it. Pretty tasty imperial stout. Very imperial, though. 10% is high octane.
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I think I need to pick these up for a taste.
Jane's beer store presents

Paradox skully no. 46. Wild sour brown ale brewed with raspberries aged in oak wine barrels.

Paradox skully no. 41. Wild sour golden ale brewed with blood orange juice and ginger aged in oak wine barrels.

Cheers!!!!

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