The Internet Kitchen: Bubble Bubble


The Internet Kitchen: Bubble Bubble

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Last weekend I brewed my first batch of beer in a very long while and I forgot how much fun it is! It’s a bit stressful because you have to make sure stuff is at the right temperature and I drastically underestimated how much time it would take to cool off 5 gallons of boiling beer.

I think the coolest thing about the process is the fermentation which, thankfully, was in full effect this week. The only word I can think of to describe this process is violent. The beer started out perfectly settled in my glass carboy but after about 15 hours, the yeast kicked in and stuff started going crazy.

I took this little video to show you just how active the yeast is in the beer. It literally picks up sediment in the beer and creates little whirlpools inside the container.

Pretty cool stuff.

For the poll this week I just got my hands on the Best of Cook’s Illustrated issue, so let’s do something from that!

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And a few links!

Chef’s Secrets to Great Stock – Lots of good tips and even a poem to help you perfect the homemade stock. As you might know, I’m a big believer that homemade stock is one thing that can immediately elevate your flavors in a lot of dishes. (@ Well Done Chef)

Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos – These would be so good for a Super Bowl party! Or just to eat alone. I usually grill my poppers, but I think I’ll try this method next time. (@ Brown Eyed Baker)

Balsamic Glazed Ribs – I don’t even know if this post is good. I couldn’t get past staring at the first photo for like ten minutes. What a recipe. (@ Crepes of Wrath)

Meyer Lemon Shortbread Cookies – Something a bit on the lighter side, but very fun. Also, I need a little Macheesmo cookie stamp! (@ Tiny Urban Kitchen)

Za’atar Flatbread – All the delicious spices on top of the bread really calls to me. I want to dip it in Greek yogurt. (@ Not Derby Pie)

Have a great weekend everyone!

5 Responses to “The Internet Kitchen: Bubble Bubble” Leave a comment

  1. She used a little letter-press stamp. You can buy them at pretty much any craft store! OR if you're feeling handy you can buy a Speedball Speedycarve starter kit and carve a stamp with your little whisk guy!

    And those poll choices were sooooo hard to choose between! I'll be happy no matter what wins!!! :D

  2. What?? You didn't put in the pasta with pepper and cheese (I forget the fancy name) in the survey? I made that and it is SOOOO YUMMY. It came pretty darn close match to the dish we had in Rome in November. I have also been eyeballing the Moroccan Carrot recipe closely.

  3. Thanks for the link! That za'atar bread is absolutely killer. Worth a try, and strained greek yogurt to go alongside is perfect.

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