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2brew1cup 09-14-2011 05:59 PM

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Tried another batch the other day. Sub honey for cane sugar and a pound less. I also used ale yeast. We will see

underground and under the influence


kgrant01 09-16-2011 02:14 PM

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Here are some pics of the batch.


kgrant01 09-16-2011 02:14 PM

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Here are some pics of the batch.


kgrant01 09-16-2011 02:14 PM

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Here are some pics of the batch.


kgrant01 09-16-2011 02:14 PM

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Here are some pics of the batch.


bottlebomber 10-04-2011 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by ozzy1038
I am thankful for that as it made me a great cook (I normally don't blow my own horn), and what eventually spurred me on to go to culinary school.
I had a similar experience growing up, except instead of not having food it was a case of sweets being boycotted in my home growing up. I figured out how to bake sugar cookies from the back of a sugar bag, and went from there. Now I turn out stuff like this on a weeknight.

Not to toot or to take the thread OT, its just interesting to here similar experiences on how others got interesting in cooking/baking.

bottlebomber 10-04-2011 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by ozzy1038
I am thankful for that as it made me a great cook (I normally don't blow my own horn), and what eventually spurred me on to go to culinary school.
I had a similar experience growing up, except instead of not having food it was a case of sweets being boycotted in my home growing up. I figured out how to bake sugar cookies from the back of a sugar bag, and went from there. Now I turn out stuff like this on a weeknight.

Not to toot or to take the thread OT, its just interesting to here similar experiences on how others got interesting in cooking/baking.

bottlebomber 10-04-2011 06:20 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ozzy1038
I am thankful for that as it made me a great cook (I normally don't blow my own horn), and what eventually spurred me on to go to culinary school.
I had a similar experience growing up, except instead of not having food it was a case of sweets being boycotted in my home growing up. I figured out how to bake sugar cookies from the back of a sugar bag, and went from there. Now I turn out stuff like this on a weeknight.

Not to toot or to take the thread OT, its just interesting to here similar experiences on how others got interesting in cooking/baking.

bcfzx2 11-28-2011 04:37 PM

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Here is another pic.
I did make another batch but added 2oz of Bay Leafs and used Notty on the 24th.
One more thing, I went to my friends house for Thanksgiving and all he had was Corona. This is the worst beer I have on tap but I would drink it over BMC or a Corona.



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