What are You Baking the Week of June 12, 2022?
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Here's the link on egg washes:
I baked Olive Oil Greek Yogurt brownies on Thursday, using my countertop oven.
Thanks for the link Mike. I know the Original Pancake house from my brothers. There was also one in suburban Seattle.
I've had Dutch Babies here in New England. There is a place - Bickford's Pancake House - here in New England that is known for them. I think Bickford's is mostly in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
My mom used to make German pancakes which, I think, are similar and probably easier than regular pancakes if you're feeding a crowd. She would make a couple in pie tins in the oven instead of standing in front of a stove.
I'm thinking there was another link to washes that included things other than egg washes, but I haven't spent a lot of time looking for it. As I recall, this one was more tabular in form.
Aaron - I didn't know Bickford's still existed.
I had a good friend who introduced me to Dutch Babies, but she always called it "David Air" My recipe always said "Eyre" Since she was a teacher she might have written it that way - it was simple just lemon juice and powdered sugar for the topping.
I don't think this is the article I was thinking of (I think perhaps the link I gave before and upthread was revised to a text format from a tabular one), but this looks like a pretty good table on substitutes for egg washes from a source that I use frequently:
And here's a link (to an archive site, as the original site may no longer be around) that looks useful:
I've used half and half on apple pies for a wash.
Mike I checked out both of those sites and the pie maven had some good looking recipes.
On Saturday, I made dough for my Whole Wheat Sourdough Cheese Crackers.
I also baked a cherry pie, using three jars of Morello cherries. The filling recipe is in Cookâs Baking Illustrated. I use my oil crust, and I make a crumb topping, as I do for my blueberry pie. I forgot to use the convection setting, so it took longer for the pie to bake. The pie is a fathers' day gift for my husband.