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(Lifehacker)   Listen to your cake before you take it out of the oven. It's not a lie. It's not a pie either, but it's not a lie   (skillet.lifehacker.com) divider line
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509 clicks; posted to Food » on 01 Oct 2020 at 1:05 PM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-10-01 1:27:49 PM  
yeah, I "listen" to this
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and things end up moist, not undercooked.
 
2020-10-01 1:33:07 PM  
Someone watched Great British Bake Off last week and had a deadline
 
2020-10-01 2:46:30 PM  

mekkab: yeah, I "listen" to this
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and things end up moist, not undercooked.


And we're done here.
 
2020-10-01 7:23:31 PM  
Haven't made a cake in decades, crumbles, slumps, pies, muffins, but no cake.
/I guess you can call muffins small cakes.
 
2020-10-01 10:12:39 PM  
But if your cake starts telling secrets, saying things it shouldn't even know, you must frost and eat quickly before it can squeal.
 
2020-10-02 5:55:45 AM  
Is A Cake A Sandwich?

/tomorrow on 60 minutes
 
2020-10-02 6:09:11 AM  

mekkab: yeah, I "listen" to this
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and things end up moist, not undercooked.


I JUST came here to post a Pic of a Thermapen and virtually the same words. I salute you for your service.
 
2020-10-02 8:57:25 PM  

Be polite walk on the right: Is A Cake A Sandwich?

/tomorrow on 60 minutes


It can be.
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