Sunday, January 05, 2014

WHEN GOOD BAKES GO BAD


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  1. It doesn't look exactly burnt, so did it taste okay? I mean, just because it's not pretty doesn't mean it's not good. Right?

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    1. Soggy bottom. But the ends that weren't soggy, had some nice flavors. But on the whole, it was a hot mess. Back to the drawing board.

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    2. PS: This bake is filled, or was filled, with meats and cheeses. That's what's oozing out.

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  2. It's just a little burnt. Scrape it off and enjoy anyway.

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    1. We ate around the soggy raw bits. The rest had to be tossed, sadly.

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  3. I'd eat it! But I love when the cheese oozes and gets crispy.

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    1. We ate around the soggy raw bits. The rest was raw, and had to be tossed.

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  4. Is that the cheese getting out? That part where the cheese melts outside is usually the best one :)

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    1. Yeppers. Cheese and also some pepperoni. Blew out the whole dang side, it did. So we ate around it. The rest had to get tossed because it was raw dough.

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    1. Oops would have been a good post title.

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  6. I still ate it! And I would do it again.

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    1. You ate the soggy bottom. And here I thought I put the better piece on your plate. Well, at least I caught it before you ate the second soggy piece.

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    2. Tim's mother used to hound him about all the poor, starving children in the world, so he couldn't bring himself to throw it out.

      What a guy! LOL

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    3. He seriously ate the raw bits.

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  7. Practice makes perfect, so just keep on baking on :) The rest of your stuff has been amazing, so this is just one of 'those' days!

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    1. A bad draft can't get me to stop baking - not ever. Besides, this is what I love, working out the kinks, finding better ways to get the bake right. It's all good fun.

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  8. one might call it a mistake

    the dogs might call it lunch

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    1. The pups would LOVE to have gotten their little mitts on this mess.

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  9. Still looks edible though!

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    1. Some parts, the ends, but the soggy bits were too raw to eat.

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  10. Well I can't wait until this bake is perfected because that is going to an awesome loaf! Even though you describe some parts of it as soggy, I still kind want to eat that photo! YUM!! Did the silicone mat help with clean up?

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    1. The mat is interesting, and overall I like them. That being said, for this bake, I would have rather had baking paper. Even though the mat cleaned well, the smell of pepperoni and cheese remain, slightly.

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    1. I think my words might have been a tad stronger than that when I saw the explosion.

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  12. If only "someone" had mailed me one of those for my birthday. Tsk!

    Hehehehehehehe!

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    1. This is a bad one. You need a properly filled, nothing oozing out the sides, birthday loaf.

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  13. You could always send it off to a relative you dislike.

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