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Zolst hobn tsen haizer, yeder hoiz zol hobn tsen tsimern, in yeder tsimer zoln zain tsen betn un zolst zij kaiklen fun ein bet in der tsweiter mit cadojes!

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Babka

"You can't beat a babka."
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it's got nuttin, on this mutton
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it's got nuttin, on this mutton
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Phaidon doesn't disappoint.
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I just scored 4 tickets to Next for 7:30 tonight. Being on Facebook 12 hours a day finally paid off.
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Thread Starter 
That is most certainly a random food question.
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I've always used challa for my bread pudding - what do you guys use?
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Challa, croissant or brioche.
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Challa, croissant or brioche.

Thanks.

Do you dry them in the oven? Leave the loaf or croissant out a day or two? Personally I get fresh challa, cube it because it doesn't disintegrate when still fresh, and then gently toast the cubes so they then are dry and also are better withstand the trauma of stirring.

For whatever that's worth . . .
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So this has been bugging me for a while (OK not really)... went to get breakfast, wanted a sausage and egg biscuit. They were like we only serve those for takeout. They were like, we can give you two scrambled eggs, sausage and a biscuit though.

I was like, so you can't slice the biscuit then place the items on the opened bread?

It just seemed sort of weird the distinction restaurants will draw on meals that involve the same ingredients cooked the same way with marginal differences to plating. Was just curious why they do that.
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

So this has been bugging me for a while (OK not really)... went to get breakfast, wanted a sausage and egg biscuit. They were like we only serve those for takeout. They were like, we can give you two scrambled eggs, sausage and a biscuit though.
I was like, so you can't slice the biscuit then place the items on the opened bread?
It just seemed sort of weird the distinction restaurants will draw on meals that involve the same ingredients cooked the same way with marginal differences to plating. Was just curious why they do that.
McDonalds isn't really a restaurant.
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McDonalds isn't really a restaurant.

Someone's got jokes!
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Has eating a lot of beets ever turned your shit purple?
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