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    Quote Originally Posted by TamanegiKin View Post
    Boiling that can of condensed milk for a couple hours to make dulce de leche
    Hot damn! Why didn't I think of that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    TamanegKin, did you instagram that photo? Where is the finished result, you can't just tease us with with your mise en place?
    Yea, I used instagram for the effect, it's a fun app I must say.
    Here's a pic of a piece I had this morning with some coconut ice cream on top, didn't turn out too shabby. The rest of it is headed to my Ma' in laws today for lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TamanegiKin View Post
    Yea, I used instagram for the effect, it's a fun app I must say.
    Here's a pic of a piece I had this morning with some coconut ice cream on top, didn't turn out too shabby. The rest of it is headed to my Ma' in laws today for lunch.
    That is just awesome! And cocunut ice cream topping. Serious eats!

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    Beautiful!

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    I absolutely love coconut ice-cream!
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    That looks so sexylicious

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    You guys ever check out Kenji's The Food Lab at Seriouseats.com? http://www.seriouseats.com/the-food-lab/

    Kenji has done some awesome work and I have done a few of Kenji's recipes to great effect. I especially liked the porchetta. http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/12/t...html?ref=title

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifor View Post
    You guys ever check out Kenji's The Food Lab at Seriouseats.com? http://www.seriouseats.com/the-food-lab/

    Kenji has done some awesome work and I have done a few of Kenji's recipes to great effect. I especially liked the porchetta. http://www.seriouseats.com/2011/12/t...html?ref=title
    Thanks for the link, I will definitely try some of these recipes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TamanegiKin View Post
    Boiling that can of condensed milk for a couple hours to make dulce de leche and add a bit of meyers dark rum and cinnamon to that.
    Bread pudding looks fantastic!

    Safety tip:

    Be aware boiling a can of condensed milk can be dangerous. Never tried it, but I've heard that you have to keep the can covered with water the whole time or it can burst. You also want to let the can cool before you open it. Found this site that has a couple alternative approaches to boiling the can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Bread pudding looks fantastic!

    Safety tip:

    Be aware boiling a can of condensed milk can be dangerous. Never tried it, but I've heard that you have to keep the can covered with water the whole time or it can burst. You also want to let the can cool before you open it. Found this site that has a couple alternative approaches to boiling the can.
    I was just hit with imagery of a boiling can of condense milk bursting with the contents flying through the air, landing on my face.
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