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national focaccia day?

lowercasebilllowercasebill Posts: 5,218
edited 4:39AM in EggHead Forum
first time for me .. getting over the flu so cooked inside,, topped with just evoo and black hawaiian sea salt.

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thanks to unconundrum [who gave the bread baking course at fred's music and bbq]

http://recipesonrails.com/recipes/show/518-focaccia-no-knead

i did deviate by using 1/2 fine semolina and 1/2 high gluten instead of all purpose.. but still truned out great
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  • ZippylipZippylip Posts: 4,318
    lookin good bill, I think I could eat that whole thing with a side bowl of olive oil to soak each piece in; hope you're feelin better
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  • thanks ,,, and you're right i have been eating that to the point were i am not hungry for dinner..
    warrens recipe and easy to do
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  • By Jove, I think he's got it!

    :) Looks great to me Bill. Nothing like that focaccia the same day it's made :)
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  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,418
    Hey Bill, Nice bread. Hope you feel better soon so you can fire up the egg. A little chicken soup with your focaccia would be just the ticket. ;)
    Take care.
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  • so good still warm from the oven/egg.. Ben says i have to make this the next time i make soup ... recommendations for what is left over,, i am thinking cheese and meat wrapped in foil and heated up like a grinder,, or maybe mushroom and cheese ?
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  • thanks clay, see above post ,, ,that is exactly what my younger son said,.. i am anxious to do this on the egg but in a fit of uncharactersitic maturity i decided not to cook in the cold as i have been under the weather comming on 2 weeks..
    thinking warm focaccia sliced with fresh garden tomato mozzerela and basil in the middle?
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  • If there's any left over, tell Ben he's an amateur.

    How about the crouton for onion soup?
    Slice sideways and make panini?
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  • the lure of large breasted petite blond girls and beer drew Ben to go out for the evening before he could finish.. but i will tell him.. wish he was here ,, he would eat all of it just to prove the point. and we could laugh as he whined of being stuffed ,, he has yet to learn not to screw around with old men :evil:
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  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,418
    Your on the right track. DianaQ, my lovely wife, made grilled cheese focaccia last week. They were a killer!
    She thought of it and gave it a try. I'm gonna post of pic of the cheese samiches next time she makes it. Over the top, to infinity and beyond. :woohoo:
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  • insert explitive here,, why didn't i think of that? ,, thanks so much ,, tomorrow lunch is grilled focaccia cheese sammiches and tomato soup. sooner i go to bed the sooner lunch time gets here ,
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  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Really nice Will. Now lets see you do that on the 1/2 new Mini! :laugh:
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