Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020

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    Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020 2Mike Nolan
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    Henderson William Brand, an English chef in the early 1800’s, published a recipe for Brown Windsor Soup, which became a term that was often used to deride the poor quality of English food.

    Brand also created one food item that survives to this day. What is it?

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    Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020 4BakerAunt
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    I missed it.

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    Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020 5Joan Simpson
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    Got it,I’ve read this before.

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    Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020 6cwcdesign
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    Wrong one

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    Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020 7RiversideLen
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    I think it used to have his name on it, “Brand’s _________”, anyway that’s what I remember even if my memory is faulty, so I got it.

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    Daily Quiz for July 4, 2020 8skeptic7
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    I did whole wheat raisin bread with currants instead of raisins. I’m surprised at how different it is from the white flour raisin breads I did when whole wheat flour was unavailable. I had forgotten how harsh the whole wheat bread could taste, and the difference between cooking with raisins and currants. I should have added additional sugar to the bread, I had assumed that the currants would add more sweetness but they didn’t. Possibly the raisins being bigger allowed more sugar to spread into the dough.
    I cooked it in a slow cooker on high for about 3 1/2 hours to 190 degrees. One of the nice thing about a whole wheat bread is that its always a good color. the white flour bread was unpleasantly pale when I cooked it in a slow cooker.

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