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post #21 of 29

Terrific looking picture and bacon. You left something out in the description though. It does look ready for packaging and shipping. Just saying.

 

Disco

post #22 of 29
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Thanks again everyone! Here is the ham sliced and shaved.

 

post #23 of 29

That sure looks good. That slicer sure must make life easier! Probably got one of those nice new fangled vacuum sealing thingies too.

 

You always make great looking loin. I think I'll have to look I the freezer and pull out some ham loin now. LOL Its all your fault.....

 

It really does look nice Todd.

post #24 of 29
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Thanks Kevin! I do have one of those fancy sealing thingies and I'm not very happy with it today. I stuffed the bags and put them in the freezer for 1 hour. Otherwise the vacuum pulls the juice up and the seal does not work correctly. Same thing happened today. Maybe 2 hours in the freezer next time?

post #25 of 29
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Thanks Kevin! I do have one of those fancy sealing thingies and I'm not very happy with it today. I stuffed the bags and put them in the freezer for 1 hour. Otherwise the vacuum pulls the juice up and the seal does not work correctly. Same thing happened today. Maybe 2 hours in the freezer next time?


 Wow..... Shows what I know, I thought it was just wham bam thank ya and into the freezer. So you have to freeze or chill first to stabilize the fluids then you vac-seal. Interesting!

 

I learned something new.

 

PS I bet anything that you can't get put up will not go to waste.........

post #26 of 29
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Thanks everyone! Slicing commences tomorrow. I am getting one step closer to another attempt at bread................soon.

 

I'll be looking for your bread!  :beercheer:

post #27 of 29

    

 

 

That's a pretty sight Todd! You should be set for a few weeks now! Nice job man  2thumbs.gif

post #28 of 29
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Thanks everyone! Slicing commences tomorrow. I am getting one step closer to another attempt at bread................soon.

 

I'll be looking for your bread!  :beercheer:

I stripped and am seasoning Grandma's Bake King bread pans right now. She had 6 of these that she used every week. I found 4 Teflon coated pans way in the back corner of her cupboard like they were only used once.

 

My thinking is I will have proven pans. I will get fresh ingredients and use Roller's recipe and will ask for help if I'm not absolutely sure about anything. Its going to turn out this time!!!!

post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by Woodcutter View Post
 

I stripped and am seasoning Grandma's Bake King bread pans right now. She had 6 of these that she used every week. I found 4 Teflon coated pans way in the back corner of her cupboard like they were only used once.

 

My thinking is I will have proven pans. I will get fresh ingredients and use Roller's recipe and will ask for help if I'm not absolutely sure about anything. Its going to turn out this time!!!!

 

Sounds like you're all but set Todd  thumb1.gif  I'll be happy to see you turn out some bread you're happy with!  :beercheer:

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