Articles from m brown

  1. Introduction To The Anti Griddle

    Session One: Temper TemperWritten and Performed by Michele E Brown, CBPhotographs by Cari Avit, Collin College      
    This beautiful PolyScience174 Anti-Griddle was delivered in a big brown box. No special assembly required; no Swedish-to-English assembly  instructions with bags of screws and one-time use tools. Just the Anti-Griddle and its protective cover.

    No-nonsense yet elegant, the Anti-Griddle looks like a box with air vents. There are no intimidating or fussy controls. The operating...
  2. Flour Which Kind To Use And For What Purpose

    Flour is one of those things we take for granted. It's been around in a crude milling form for about 8,000 years or more. Today, at the grocers there are several varieties available for purchase, some in pretty boxes and others in utilitarian sacks. The issue most bakers have is which one to buy and for what purpose.

    Flour is generally milled from wheat because wheat is the only grain with the proper proteins that create gluten - the very backbone of bread. Rice, soy, rye, pea and oat...
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