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  1. So of late I've been on a bit of a culinary kick wrt bread - I've been doing a lot of sriracha cheesebreads and the like to help handle something of an outbreak of avacados in the area, and we've valiantly beaten them back. So now, I've stepped on something new, that those of you who do a lot of technical baking may or may not have heard of: a japanese baking method called Tangzhong. Anybody who's made choux pastry (profiteroles, eclairs, and the like) has at least a passing acquaintance with the method. Rather than simply using dry and wet ingredients mixed together, a third step is taken
  2. This is booth # 4 (Produce Market Booth) of my open air farmers market & renaissance fair table top (RPG) game board...Booth is scratch built; all wooden boxes/crates are scratch built...all produce items are buds & pickings off of artificial plants...bread/bottles/meat are all from wood, putty and stretched plastic sprue...honey jars are beads...barrel/knife/potato sack are from bits & pieces parts box. Left to do...cloth top, selected signs & standard...This piece took me 4 days to build and it was a lot of fun!
  3. This is a vignette from my private collection. I love this figure, so far I have painted (5) color versions of her. In the side view photo I tried to show the (subtle, but sexy pink & white garters she is wearing). I submitted this to the Inspiration Gallery and have received no reply.
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