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21 February 2012

February 2012 posts

 
Tuesday, 21 February 2012
Coconut Milk Shroves and Coconut Chicken Curry (BTFF)
summary: recipe for roti jala based on a recipe in FlatBreads and Flavors by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid; coconut chicken curry is great with roti jala; information about Baking Through Flatbreads and Flavors (BTFF)

Thursday, 16 February 2012
Pop the cork – we're making Biscotti Picanti (BBB February 2012)
summary: recipe for Biscotti Picanti (Sicilian-style rusks made with white wine and flavoured with fennel and sesame seeds) based on a recipe by Anissa Helou; Bread Baking Babes 4th anniversary;

Monday, 13 February 2012
Got Mahlep? Make Choreg! (bookmarked recipe)
summary: recipe for choreg (Armenian-style bread stuffed with dates); new spice (for me) mahlap; information about Bookmarked Recipes and YeastSpotting

Tuesday, 7 February 2012
Catching up: Chinese Flower Steam Buns (BBB September 2009)
summary: recipe for Steamed Flower Rolls based on the recipes for Xiang Cong Hya Juan Bao (Chinese flower steam buns) in "Global Baker" by Dean Brettschneider and Flower Rolls (huajuan) in "Mrs. Chiang's Szechwan Cookbook" by Ellen Schrecker;

Wednesday, 1 February 2012
More Leek and Potato Soup Please!
summary: recipe for leek and potato soup

13 February 2012

Oh yay... etherwork.net offline again....

edit 12:29pm:
I'm happy to report that my real blog is once again online. I don't know when it returned, nor why it was out. I'm just glad it's back.

Maybe it had something to do with "Monday the 13th"....

earlier today:
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The webhost for my real blog on etherwork.net is offline AGAIN. I have no idea how long it has been offline, nor when it will return.

As always, the way to know whether etherwork is back online is to refresh this page. If you see a leafy image at the top of the page, then you can access the real blog.