I tried last night to change the clock on our oven, failed at this simple task, but in the process discovered a hitherto unknown “feature” of the device. By pressing and holding the clock button one enters “sabbath mode” in which the oven aids your observance by refusing to work. A google search for an apparent error code quickly solved the problem. The clock is actually set by pressing clock once and then up/down. It gives no indication that it is in clock-set mode.
Posted by Michael Malecki at 12:11 PM
No picture of this iteration. Next time… since this will definitely be made again.
- 1 c (2 sticks) butter, softened
- 1 c sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 or 3 eggs
- 1 c flour
- 1 c corn or potato starch
- 1 tsp + cinnamon
- ½ c milk
- topping: 2 T butter, ¼ c flour, ¼ c sugar, ½ t vanilla, ½ t cinnamon (cut together with pastry blender or rubbed between fingers to make fine crumbs.
Posted by Michael Malecki at 1:56 PM
spanish food blog. Sauté an onion and some garlic in a whole bunch of olive oil. Then gently fry medium-thick potato slices for a few minutes. Add water (or stock, or many recipes say fish stock or fumet) and salt; simmer until soft; add peas and parsley and heat through.
exciting blog, via a Times article on msg. I think my first time having malaysian food was this little lunch place in NY when I went with Scott in my first year of undergrad. It was like a $5 lunch prix fixe for chili-lemongrass consommé-like soup, and a small main dish.
Posted by Michael Malecki at 10:13 AM