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Jan 20, 2013 16:51 |  #3481

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That's blinkin' awesome, in both a food sense and a photography one.

You've got one of those bread baskets, haven't you? With the ridges? Is it a banneton?

Yeah - although I think, strictly speaking it's not a banneton although I can't remember what the real name is... sorry, sounding confused there.. yes.. it's basically a banneton.

I'm still not 100% on my sourdough - I keep thinking I've got it nailed and then I try some really nice sourdough where they've got the crust just as you want it and I realise I've still got a way to go.

That's my aim this year - to learn to cook decent sourdough.


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Jan 20, 2013 16:55 |  #3482

BTW - dotcodotuk - Just reading through your comments - interesting stuff.. I've still got plenty to learn - you definitely know your stuff.

And - totally agree with you about the endive/crab claw (I think that's what it is) shot by Cathpah - it's a stunning shot - just 1 piece of chicory/endive removed from the centre and it would be perfect.


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Jan 20, 2013 17:04 |  #3483

Just one more.

Taking the previous comments into account on Cathpah's work I don't think this shot of mine is really up to the mark but I'll post it anyway as a follow on from the pheasant shots I posted earlier.

My dinner tonight - a Winter Pheasant Casserole:

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Jan 20, 2013 21:35 |  #3484

Quail eggs with NY strip and asparagus


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Jan 21, 2013 00:06 |  #3485

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Jan 21, 2013 14:13 |  #3486

loydall wrote in post #15512997 (external link)
Yeah - although I think, strictly speaking it's not a banneton although I can't remember what the real name is... sorry, sounding confused there.. yes.. it's basically a banneton.

Well, whatever it is, the loaf it helped turn out looks amazing!

loydall wrote in post #15512997 (external link)
That's my aim this year - to learn to cook decent sourdough.

Somewhat off-topic, but how are you raising your starter?

loydall wrote in post #15513013 (external link)
BTW - dotcodotuk - Just reading through your comments - interesting stuff.. I've still got plenty to learn - you definitely know your stuff.

It's probably more that I'm an opinionated so-and-so and feel the need to share that with other people!

But I do love food photography and food styling more than pretty much anything else, so it's nice to be able to discuss it with other like-minded people.

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My dinner tonight - a Winter Pheasant Casserole:

http://food.johnloydal​l.co.uk …oads/2013/01/IM​G_0418.jpg (external link)

Scrumptious - you really do eat fantastically well.

No pearl barley though?

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Quail eggs with NY strip and asparagus

Is this a 'look what I had for dinner' thing or a 'look at my food photography' thing?

I can't say I care much for the first one, as it's making my eyes hurt just to look at it, but the second is so close to being bang-on trend right now.

If only the framing and composition was a little better, this could be a winner.




  
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Jan 21, 2013 14:21 |  #3487

How did I miss this the first time around?! Yes bloody please!

Do you have a recipe for these?




  
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Jan 21, 2013 14:34 |  #3488

loydall wrote in post #15512997 (external link)
Yeah - although I think, strictly speaking it's not a banneton although I can't remember what the real name is... sorry, sounding confused there.. yes.. it's basically a banneton.

It's a brotform.


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Jan 21, 2013 14:47 |  #3489

AnnieMacD wrote in post #15516440 (external link)
It's a brotform.

That sounds like an IKEA product name!

Interesting though - hadn't previously come across them. Well interjected!




  
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Jan 21, 2013 14:54 |  #3490

dotcodotuk wrote in post #15516512 (external link)
That sounds like an IKEA product name!

Interesting though - hadn't previously come across them. Well interjected!

No, not Ikea! They are the German equivalent of banneton. The genuine ones are quite expensive but I think you can now buy them in plastic.


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Jan 21, 2013 15:18 |  #3491

dotcodotuk wrote in post #15516365 (external link)
How did I miss this the first time around?! Yes bloody please!

Do you have a recipe for these?

It's really simple - breakfast sausage, scrambled eggs, fresh hash browns, and your choice of cheese (we used a Mexican mix).


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Jan 21, 2013 15:37 |  #3492

AnnieMacD wrote in post #15516440 (external link)
It's a brotform.

That's the one!

Ten points to you!


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Jan 21, 2013 15:39 |  #3493

dotcodotuk wrote in post #15516313 (external link)
No pearl barley though?

I do have a pack hidden away in my cupboard and it was a consideration but it was heavy enough and with the bread...

I've got a freezer full of those pheasants so maybe next time.


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Jan 21, 2013 15:41 |  #3494

dotcodotuk wrote in post #15516313 (external link)
Well, whatever it is, the loaf it helped turn out looks amazing!

Somewhat off-topic, but how are you raising your starter?

I actually got mine from a baker from a farm shop near us - his bread is incredible. In fact his is the bread that keeps me wanting to learn more about it.

I feed the starter once a week and make bread once a weekend.. As I'm sure you know it takes a while to make a sourdough.

I've tried to make my own starter before from grapes but it didn't take.. The stuff I got from the baker just keeps going - really easy to look after.


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Jan 21, 2013 20:31 |  #3495

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