how can I thicken a sauce ,or glaze without cornstarch ...- acid slurry picture ,Read page 2 of the how can I thicken a sauce ,or glaze without cornstarch? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Substitutions food community. ... A slurry is water plus a starch, added to the sauce off the heat and then stirred and heated until thickened. ... It's a salt of citric acid.How to season a stainless steel, uncoated Calphalon pan ...If you think the dark area is *on* the metal and not the metal itself, here's where Barkeeper's Friend comes in handy. Assuming you don't want to take an SOS pad or oven cleaner to your new pan. Make a slurry with the BKF and let it sit a little while the oxalic acid does it's acid thing. As for doing it wrong, not likely.



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My setup is Leaping Spiders, MegaSlow, Humongoid, Harvest, Horror, and Acid Rain with the 1st rune. My approach is generally Slow, run in, Harvest-Horror, then Rain. Mobs Dead. Repeat the Slow/Rain combo against packs, spam spiders at stragglers. This has served me very well since I got Acid. This still works against packs of vanilla-trash.

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I'd step up to Bon Ami or Soft Scrub before resorting to Barkeeper's Friend. The latter was originally formulated for use on things like (matte/brushed) stainless steel sinks and counter-tops and is really quite coarse. If you do try it, use enough water that it forms a loose paste/slurry and use a very light hand and a sponge...

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Read the Mock Kimchee discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking food community. ... rice vinegar, minced ginger and garlic slurry and use it as a dressing for the cabbage. I would just make a soy sauce, rice vinegar, minced ginger and garlic slurry and use it as a dressing for the cabbage. ... although you would need some sort of acid to ...

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Making red wine vinegar at home - Home Cooking - Red Wine ...

I read an article in The Art of Eating on making red wine vinegar at home and am thinking about trying it. Does anyone have any recipes, tips or advice for me? Is it worth doing as opposed to just buying a top quality vinegar? What wine works best, and should I blend or use a single varietal? How long does it take? Thanks in advance!

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Read page 2 of the Cornbread help? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Baking food community. Join the discussion today. ... maybe a simple slurry or dough cooked on a wood slab set before the fire, or ... and hydrochloric acid could free their schedules from the plodding tyranny of yeast. The idea was to create a loaf to rival the ...

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How to Make the Best Vegetable Stir-Fry - Chowhound

Here's the way I do it. Start with Garlic and ginger in some canola or peanut oil.. Brown super fast (under 1 minute) and then throw in about half a cup to a cup of any or all of the following: chicken stock, water, mirin, cheap sake, rice wine vinegar (toss in the acid first to deglaze the garlic/ginger juices).

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Saucepan recommendations - Cookware - Saucepans - Chowhound

Read the Saucepan recommendations discussion from the Chowhound Cookware, Saucepans food community. Join the discussion today. ... Season with Kosher salt and oil made into a slurry paste and spread it on the bottom and sides of the pan. Heat the pan to very hot to open the pores and allow the salt/oil to fill up the pores. ... sal_acid Jan 6 ...

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Those that are Home grown and hand canned just for this purpose bring us closer to Grandma. Texture: cut to a mixture of large dice, medium, and almost a slurry: this range will move through the mayo matrix in interesting ways. Use some of the can juice too; it has flavor, and will cut down on the amount of mayo needed.

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Read page 2 of the Is there anyplace locally to buy Honeybells? Or something equally sweet and juicy? discussion from the Chowhound Restaurants, Boston food community. Join the discussion today.

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Read the Need Help with New Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Calphalon discussion from the Chowhound Cookware food community. Join the discussion today. Read the Need Help with New Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Calphalon discussion from the Chowhound Cookware food community. ... As much as possible, avoid citric acid. This means no Lemi-Shine and none of the ...

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Read the Chinese Take Out Dishes - Want to Make Them at Home discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Chinese food community. ... It adds a bright and citrusy acid note to foods without the sharpness of actual lemon (which I couldn't live without.) ... just add beef broth and sour cream and thicken it a little with a slurry. Presto!! Another ...

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How to Make the Best Vegetable Stir-Fry - Chowhound

Try a drizzle of toasted sesame oil at the end. Also, choose a vegetable oil that stands up to high heat, like peanut or canola oil. Some veggies, like broccoli, may benefit from a little steaming first (I just do it in the microwave).

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Help! Is this Staub teapot worth keeping? - Cookware ...

I would keep after it with the BKF slurry--just let the acid in the product do most of the work. Don't rub the powder on dry. After you do it a few times, the consistency of the slurry is easy to dial in. If it won't clean up after a half dozen tries, I would return it under the Buyer Protection program. Aloha, Kaleo

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Thunderbolts Annual 2015 ... the door collapsed into slurry and the attacker walked into the building. ... Maybe that's too hard considering you'd have to link pictures but you can't do that for ...

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Hot and Sour Soup - the real thing - Home Cooking - Soup ...

Read the Hot and Sour Soup - the real thing discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Soup food community. ... combine cornstarch and vinegar. When the soup returns to rolling boil, stir cornstarch/vinegar slurry into the soup. Stir until soup is thickened. ... I find the flavor a little deeper and a little less acid then the non-aged vinegar ...

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Said boathouse is a bit north of the house, and requires no lockpicking to enter. What does require lockpicking is the safe (mentioned in Kasumi's journal), requiring expert-level talents. That is, unless one finds the key cleverly hidden in the picture frame nearby. Gramps' letter on top of the safe slyly references it.

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Chicken and Dumplings - Home Cooking - Chicken - Page 4 ...

My Grandmother used to make Chicken and dumplings for me. I have been unable to find a recipe like hers and the recipe has been lost through time. I know that she boiled chicken and added the (square) dumplings to the boiling stock after removing the chicken. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Do you season meat before browning? - Home Cooking - Chowhound

Can anyone confirm or disprove this? I've always thought it important to season meat before browning to seal in the flavors with the meat, rather than sprinkling seasoning that will wash off on top of bland meat. I've never noticed a burnt flavor in my soups, stews, or braises. Plus, doesn't steak au poivre break this so-called rule?

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How to Clean Stainless Steel Skillet - Cookware - Frying ...

If it's like a 20 minute sear with some nasty polymerized oil, BKF slurry, 45 second dwell and scrub. This to me is the most harshest indoor method. Lastly, if it's real bad, which I don't do on cookware but EO just melts that stuff off. Every 6 months, I take my stove grates out, EO and pressure washer rinse them.

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Pina Colada Wars - Spirits - Chowhound

Read the Pina Colada Wars discussion from the Chowhound Spirits food community. ... but my friend uses a small amount of sour cream to mitigate the acid in the pineapple.--www ... (I do, mostly), happens to be a surprisingly gifted cocktail enthusiast -- has rightly dubbed Coco Lopez a chemical slurry and recommends replacing it with a ...

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