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“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part XCI: Once again, the Chef comes up with yet another Indulgent Quickbread—Delicious Cream Cheese Loaf—tastier than the Rest of the Competition combined!” by Chef Charles “the Chuckster” Smithenstein

 
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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART XCI



Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part XCI: Once again, the Chef comes up with yet another Indulgent Quickbread—Delicious Cream Cheese Loaf—tastier than the Rest of the Competition combined!” by Chef Charles “the Chuckster” Smithenstein

 

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Bakersfield, CA, 04-12-2013 F:  Most of us love the weekends as it typically means less work as the readership indulges itself elsewhere around the Internet.  There are so many different blogs out there, especially when it comes to food because everyone believes he or she can cook and feels that their way is better.  That is why we invite all of you to come here because we have close to twenty authors who all feel they are better than the rest put together and add to that the fact that we delve deeper into politics now than we did last year due to the fact that there isn’t an election until late next year.  Sure, we have the current contest between Republican farmer Andy Vidak and hack politician from the left, Leticia Perez, yet another staffer in the Rubio Machine.   If it’s not one staffer, it’s another and these folks keep filling Sacramento to the gills with nothing but hack Latino politicians whose intent is to bully the electorate into supporting all of their policies no matter how destructive and bear no criticism.   Normally, I am a progressive when it comes to promoting the state but I must say that this high-speed rail thing is upsetting, especially when it is going to go right through the center of Bakersfield and demolish many a landmark like the shop building at Bakersfield High School. 
Republican Andy Vidak

Currently, there is an outcry over this, as many people believe that the school grounds of the county’s oldest high school are sacrosanct and yet, they talk about tearing it down along with the Bakersfield Homeless Shelter.  Is nothing inviolate?  I think at some point if these fools ever convince our illustrious President to give them the money to put this horror through the valley, we must all lay down on the proposed track site to prevent them from laying the damned track.  Add to that the fact that many of the workers doing the labor for the Rail Authority are coming from China, NOT America, which means very few of us are going to benefit from the so-called jobs.   I think that the rail line could lie far to the west of Bakersfield, say along the I-5 route and that shuttle busses could go back and forth, transporting the users of this boondoggle back and forth.  There is absolutely NO reason as to why it must come smack-dab through the center of Bakersfield when (1) it’s going to fail (2) there’s no money and (3) no one wants it.  The only people who will benefit aside from the Chinese are the gangbangers and the drug cartels as it allows them to move back and forth all that much more quickly and without the hassle under which, they presently undergo driving back and forth up and down the Valley.  WE DO NOT WANT HIGH SPEED RAIL IN THIS COUNTY MUCH LESS THE VALLEY! 
President Barack Obama

One of the things troubling me a lot is the fact that when Mr. Obama came to power, he spoke freely of the plethora of shovel-ready projects awaiting funds to get started.  Yet, here we are, five plus years ahead of his entry into the White House and I have yet to see ONE project get permission to proceed.  After he made his ill-timed comment last year about the lack of “shovel-ready jobs,” I began to think the man was nothing more than another liberal shyster talking the same old crap—I think it’s time to wake up and to elect someone like Jeb Bush to be our next president and not that hag, Hillary Clinton.   If only Mitt Romney had made it, we would be in so much better shape than we are going to be, it is as the entire electorate has become overblown with illegal Democrats!
Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton

I have been going through the Affordable Care Act paperwork and have come to realize that these people are going to be winging their way through this monstrosity.  If one has to have low income to qualify for a subsidy, then all of us are going to be chasing lower wages.  I currently know that to qualify for a government subsidy, one has to fill out a 61-page questionnaire and must do it without mistakes.  Otherwise, one opens him-or-herself and their family open to investigation by the Internal Revenue Service.  I simply cannot believe that Mr. Obama knew this was going to be the outcome of forcing his signature piece of legislation through the House and Senate, I think that his minions, like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid need to be called onto the carpet and read the riot act.  Do you know how difficult this is going to be for someone with limited education, means, time, and ability to fill out in order to qualify for government help?  How many people simply will give it up, go home, and ride out whatever illness they are experiencing?   We must all get on board with pressuring our politicians to repeal this horrendous act as if we do not, there is going to be a lot of blowback in the streets next year, something I have no wish to experience! 
Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, D-CA

I think we will discuss more of this come the weekend as it seems to be the number one thing on the minds of everyone at the moment, primarily the few remaining employers in the nation.  I have heard some of my fellows here at the AICP-END, discussing possible relocation to Belize and you know, that might be the way to go.  I could open an American food restaurant with my wife and take care of all of the ex-pats, I think it would be extremely successful!   The time is coming when moving to the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, or to a foreign destination like Belize or Costa Rica is becoming more and more possible.  Enough of this ongoing nightmare, we need to find a way to either end it or to get the hell out of Dodge!
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Our Friday is here for making another quickbread, this time a beautiful loaf featuring whipped Philadelphia-brand cream cheese, the best on the planet.  Believe me, there is NO substitute for this brand, it is the best and it has been with us for more years than I have been alive.  I love working with it and the good thing is that this loaf allows the chef to utilize leftover cream cheese that he or she could use nowhere else, which means it is good for your food cost to use it up!   I love this bread, it is beautiful, you will find that everyone who has an opportunity to try it is going to say that it is the best they ever had!   Here’s our recipe:

(#0096) QUICK CREAM CHEESE LOAF
 

As chefs, many times we have items on hand which that we need to use up lest they overrun their expiration date, spoil, or otherwise no longer are usable so we need things with which, we can use them.  In the case of extra cream cheese for which, we have no use, you now have one as this delicious cream cheese loaf is the perfect place to use it up along with anything else you have on hand you’d like to utilize.  The bread is magnificent, it smells great, looks and tastes great, and is usable as bread either for the brunch line or for dessert foundations, created by you.  Top it with strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, or blueberries and whipped cream and you have a magnificent new springtime dessert!
Yield:  one 9” x 5” loaf pan / Mis-en-place: 2 hours:
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
2
Cups
All-purpose flour
 
.5
Cup
Cake flour
 
1
Tablespoon
Baking powder
 
1
Tablespoon
Nonfat dry milk
 
1
Tablespoon
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour
 
1
Teaspoon
Baking soda
 
.5
Teaspoon
Salt
 
.125
Cup
Lemon zest
 
1
Cup
Finely-minced walnuts
Optional
2
Large
AA eggs
 
1.25
Cups
Granulated sugar
 
.25
Cup
Vegetable oil
 
2
Cups (1#)
Softened Philadelphia-brand cream cheese
 
.5
Cup
Buttermilk
 
2
Teaspoons
Vanilla extract
 
2
Teaspoons
Brandy flavoring
 
Sour Cream Topping:
1
Cup
Softened Philadelphia-brand cream cheese
 
.125
Cup
Granulated sugar
 
1
Teaspoon
Vanilla extract
 
1
Teaspoon
Triple Sec
 

 


Method:
1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Prepare your loaf pan first: use only reflective stainless steel or aluminum bakeware, never dark bakeware, as the former repels the heat rather than drawing it in as the latter does.  Spray it with PAM (or with some such other food release spray), line it with wax paper or a paper liner, and spray the paper so that the baked loaf will peel away from the paper without tearing apart.  Set the pan aside. 
2.     Next, place a pot of hot water on your stovetop and keep it simmering until needed.  Also, preheat your standard oven to 350°F or your convection oven to 300°F—fan “on”—and proceed to next step:
3.     Double-sift the first SEVEN ingredients together; then, stir in the zest and the nuts—if using—and set aside. Then, with the aid of an electric mixer equipped with a paddle attachment, beat the eggs, sugar, and vegetable oil until the mixture is “creamed.” It will be light, homogenous, and syrupy and at that point, stop mixing and add the remaining ingredients, up to and including, the two flavorings. 
a.     NOTE: make sure you soften the cream cheese by either buying it that way or by first beating it in the mixer using the PADDLE attachment.  Beat it until it is light, fluffy, and as soft as possible; set aside until needed (above).
4.     Now, combine the DRY ingredients with the WET using the least amount of medium-low speed rotations necessary to accomplish this step.  It is important NOT to overmix a quickbread batter as it overdevelops the gluten contained in the all-purpose flour.  Never worry about lumps as they cook out during the baking process, mix just until you form the batter then stop.
5.     Place a pan on the oven floor containing about one inch of hot water, steaming the oven for about 10-15 minutes before inserting it.  This mimics the ability of professional bakers who use steam-injected ovens thereby giving their breads a lighter feel to them.  
6.     Scoop the batter with the use of a rubber spatula into the prepared loaf pan; shake to settle the contents, place on middle rack of preheated oven, and bake for 50-55 minutes.  Check the loaf for doneness by inserting a paring knife or cake tester into the center mass of the loaf: if it withdraws “clean,” the loaf is ready and if not, bake another 10-15 minutes.  Should the top begin to brown too much, tent it with a piece of aluminum foil to protect it. 
7.     As soon as the loaf proves itself “baked,” remove it, place it atop a cooling rack and then, after 2-3 minutes, gently rap the edge of the pan to loosen the loaf, remove it, and finish cooling it.  As it cools, prepare the cream cheese topping by placing a double boiler on the stovetop and by placing the remaining hot water and any additional hot water as necessary.  Place the cream cheese and the rest of the ingredients into it and heat it until it becomes soft enough to pour out onto the top of the baked bread without it running off onto the drip pan.  When you can do this, spread the topping onto the top of the loaf or pour it out over it and let it quickly adhere to the bread.  Rest it for about 15-20 minutes before slicing and serving it.
8.     To serve the loaf, slice it with a sharp serrated-edged bread knife into slices and layer atop a doily-lined silver serving tray.  Dust the slices with powdered sugar shaken through a fine-meshed sieve, accompany with whipped butter, preserves, and additional powdered sugar and serve.
9.     Always wrap leftover slices or breads in plastic wrap, then in aluminum foil, and then zip up tight in a Zip-Loc Freezer Bag.  Unless to be consumed within a day, never refrigerate breads of any type as it dries them out whereas the freezer will keep them fresh for 5-7 days; after that, discard them if you cannot use them in bread puddings.
This wonderful bread is extremely tasty, looks and smells good, and is easy to make.  It also doubles as a dessert, which is great, especially if you find yourself pressed and need to pop one out and have additional cream cheese you would like to use up before it expires.  Keep this recipe handy as you definitely are going to use it many times. (#0096)
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          The thing that troubles me is that the more we investigate the Affordable Care Act, the more we realize that none of our lawmakers read it.  For one thing, how could they when it first weighed in at about 2,000 pages and referred to at least 20-100 other laws, which no one had the time to read or to which to pay attention.   We had no opportunity to review this law and yet, the government has now stuffed it down our throats.  I saw my doctor not long ago and he bemoaned that things are going to change so much that he is thinking of retiring at the ripe old age of 40 years-old.  He has no wish to deal with it, the government is already cracking down upon him, the Drug Enforcement Agency is going through his records determining who is using which medications the right way or the wrong.  Terrified, doctors do not want to go to jail no more than anyone else does if they somehow find themselves at odds with the system.  One of the things modern events force me to agree with is the fact that the criminal justice system is the nation’s largest industry, we have more people in prison in this country than any other nation around today or part of history.  Our drug war is a farce, on the one hand, we have medicinal marijuana while on the other, the federal government can still send one to prison for possessing small amounts of weed.  We live in a schizophrenic society, of that, there’s absolutely NO doubt and that means, we have to find a way to either break out of this gulag or to find a way to work on the side of the government.   Welcome to the America of the Twenty-First Century—the nationalized gulag, you think that GITMO is a bad place, wait until you spend some time here on the mainland!                              

 
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