So, we have this bread-making machine, used by Kit. In an LJ post by Txanne, we learn that many believe that using such a machine produces bread that isn’t as good as hand-made. I’m curious. Is there actually a reason for this? I mean, a reason that Alton Brown would find reasonable?
There are three sorts of ice cream cone: the cup cone, the sugar cone, and the waffle cone. Let us ignore the waffle cone, because they didn’t have them when I was a kid. The cup cone has two advantages: you can set it down, and it is better for holding soft-serve ice cream. The sugar cone has one advantage: it tastes good.
The conundrum: why can’t they make a sugar cone in the form of a waffle cone? Is it because something in the process of making the sugar cone requires flat sheets that can be rolled by not shaped? I have been wondering about this as long as I can remember.
One day a broilerman said to Alton Brown, “How can I find true love?” And Alton Brown said, “Do not fear the salt.” Thus the broilerman achieved enlightenment.
One day the sous-chef said to Alton Brown, “Master, how much kosher salt is the right amount for a rib roast?” And Alton Brown said, “Dice two cloves of garlic.” In this moment, the sous-chef achieved enlightenment.