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“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part C: the End of the Week sees the Hooter’s Favorite Fresh Cranberry-Nut Quickbread—good anytime of the Year!” by Chef Hootenstein.


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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART C


“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part  C: the End of the Week sees the Hooter’s Favorite Fresh Cranberry-Nut Quickbread—good anytime of the Year!” by Chef Hootenstein.

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The Doors’ Ray Manzarek

Bakersfield, CA, 06-09-2013 Su: Today is Sunday, the slowest day online and that is good, friends and foes of the blog!  We welcome all of you to participate in the 931st blogpost here at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, NOT counting the “In Memoriam” series in which, we send off famed musicians!  We lost Ray Manzarek of the Doors last week, I think, he the famed keyboardist of one of the 1960’s-1970’s greatest rock-and-roll bands.  He had such a unique sound, it’s hard to think that that man is now gone, you know, up there in Rock-and-Roll Heaven!  His calliope sound mesmerized the listeners and having been lucky enough to see the Doors at the Hollywood Bowl back in the day, all I can say is wow!  We miss you, Ray, you are among the all-time greats of rock-and-roll and I loved your vocal ability, too!
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Something else that gave me some excitement is the fact that I heard that the ORIGINAL Young Rascals are now back together and going out on tour across North America is truly amazing!  The Rascals called it quits during the 1970’s after exploding onto the music scene with “Good Lovin’” and a whole bunch more number one hits, that I am ecstatic that they are now back!  Who knows?  Maybe the Lovin’ Spoonful will come back together, too, it would be great to see John Sebastian and the other guys out there doing all of their hits, now is the time to get back together and hit the road, guys, God bless all of you!
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Here we go, we are going to get into the topic for today so we can call it a week early, okay?  Our recipe is a good one, Quick Fresh Cranberry Nut Bread, a very delicious offering if ever there was one, I love working with fresh cranberries, there is nothing better, I assure you!  Whenever you see them at your local grocery store, snap up a couple of bags and pop them into the freezer.  Then, you can pull them out, make some muffins or loaves and away you go!
(#0077-A) QUICK FRESH CRANBERRY-NUT BREAD

Baking quickbreads and muffins is one of those pleasing jobs for most restaurant bakers (well, for those who still exist!) and once one has it down pat, they find it fun to work with an ever-expanding list of ingredients.  Fresh Ocean Spray cranberries are a great food source with which, to work and I urge everyone I know to buy several bags around Thanksgiving and Christmas so you have a supply all-year round.  The more versatility one has as a baker means that one is always going to have a job unless one’s bosses are boobs lacking the proper training to manage food costs so they can employ a full-time baker.  However, if you bake breads such as this one, your reputation is going to spread everywhere and you will be able to find employment anywhere, I guarantee it!

Yield:  ONE 9” x 5” loaf pan / Mis-en-place: 8 hours prep-time; 1.25 hours baking time; 20 minutes cooling’ time; 5 minutes glazing time. 




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
The Cranberries:
1
Cup
Fresh cranberries
FROZEN
All-purpose flour

The Dry Mix:
1.75
Cups
All-purpose flour

.5
Cup
Cake flour

1
Tablespoon
Nonfat dry milk

1
Tablespoon
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour

.75
Teaspoon
Baking powder

.75
Teaspoon
Baking soda

.75
Teaspoon
Salt

.125
Cup
Fresh lemon zest

.75
Cup
Ground-fine walnuts
Optional
The Wet Mix:
2
Large
Eggs

1
Cup
Granulated sugar

.25
Cup
Softened Crisco shortening
2-ounces
1.25
Cups
Whole milk

.25
Cup
Freshly-squeezed lemon juice

1
Tablespoon
Vanilla extract

The Finish Part I
Drawn butter

The Finish Part II
1
Cup
Powdered sugar

2
Teaspoon
Vanilla extract

1+
Tablespoon
Pineapple juice
Warm


Method:

1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! To make an unblemished bread, it is important that FIRST you place the whole fresh cranberries into a pie pan, cover with plastic wrap, and FREEZE for approximately FOUR hours.  Then, when rock-solid, place them into either a Black and Decker Shortcut or a Cuisinart and grind them fairly fine but NOT into smithereens.  Scrape them back into the pie pan, dust them with a bit of all-purpose flour, and return to the freezer for at least another four hours.  They must be rock-hard and the flour needs time to coat them so that when you add them to the completed batter, they do NOT discolor it by turning it a rosy red.  Baker’s Note: I find it best to do this part the night before and then make both the batter the next day and bake the bread for best results.

2.     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. Baker’s Note: if you have one of those gray-colored pans that says it’s nonstick, wrap it first in foil before laying in the wax paper as the finished product is so much nicer when the sides and bottom are not overly dark.

3.    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:

4.     Double-sift the first SEVEN ingredients listed under the “Dry Ingredients” together; then, stir in the zest and the nuts—if using—and then set aside. Now, with the aid of an electric mixer equipped with a paddle attachment, beat the eggs, sugar, and softened Crisco shortening until the mixture is “creamed.” It will be light, homogenous, and syrupy and at that point, stop mixing and add the vanilla, milk, and lemon juice.  Scrape the bowl and the paddle down and then rotate the paddle around the bowl one last time on low speed.

5.     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. Baker’s Note: in a batter such as this one using a strong citrus acid such as lemon juice, when you combine the milk and lemon juice together in the mixing bowl (when you add them), you will notice that it appears “broken,” which is not “pleasant” to view. However, this is what happens and the finished product looks good, feels better, and tastes great so do not worry about this aspect. 

6.     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. Once you insert the loaf, pull the remnants of the water out after 10 minutes leaving the loaf to finish using dry heat.

7.     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.

8.     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. 

9.      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 sits on the rack, begin basting it with the drawn butter listed under the “Finish #1.”  Continue basting it several times until the loaf glistens with the sheen of melted butter; not only does this add additional flavor to the loaf, it also softens its crust, which makes it extremely soft.

10. As it cools, combine the ingredients listed under the “Finish #2” together with the aid of your electric mixer equipped with a WHIP attachment.  Place the sugar and vanilla into the bowl first and then gradually begin adding the pineapple juice while mixing the glaze on low speed.  Generally, to make a thick glaze, it takes about 1-2 tablespoons of liquid to about one cup of powdered sugar so take your time, do it right and when done, stop, scrape down the bowl, shake the whip, and stir it with a spoon.  If it is thick, it’s perfect so set it someplace warm like atop the stove or in the cooling oven.

11. Scoop the glaze out atop the cooling loaf until it coats the top and dribbles down the sides.  Continue the cooling process until the glaze solidifies and then when it has, using a serrated-edged knife, begin slicing the bread into serving slices.  Place the slices atop a doily-lined serving tray and serve.  Accompany with whipped butter and fruit preserves of choice.

12. 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 is amazingly good bread, perfect for any time of the year.  I always suggest that in the fall when fresh cranberries begin appearing that you snap up several bags and toss them into the freezer for use at a later date.  Fresh cranberries have a delightful flavor and make luscious breads, muffins, heck—even biscuits!

Remember, buy your cranberries whenever you find them in the bag at your local grocery store, as they are one of the best berries one can use in their baked goods.  Besides, they also have many nutritious qualities that are not only good for you and your spouse but also your kids, grandkids, and other family members.  Virtually every single berry is a miniscule package of all sorts of vitamins, nutrients, and other very necessary things such as anti-oxidants, you name it, and they got it!  Do yourselves a favor and shop wisely, it’s important that you bring home nothing but the best as your family’s good health is your thanks!  
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I want to suggest an excellent restaurant to all of you who visit Bakersfield, California, the Original Mexicali Restaurant located downtown.  The food there is to die for, it’s flavorful, unique, delicious, and good.  If you love enchiladas, chili rellenos, and all sorts of other fine Mexican dining, I urge you to visit them and then head to other downtown watering holes like the Padre Hotel.    The Padre Hotel has a unique rooftop bar, twelve stories up, where the best in spirits and libations are there for your drinking pleasure.  One thing I urge you to do is to take a cab and never drive if you plan on drinking in the city as if you do, you could run afoul of either the Sheriff’s Department or the Bakersfield Police Department.  If you have paid attention to what we have discussed this past week then you know precisely of what I speak—you do NOT want to fall into their hands, as you might never leave ever again.  If you are lucky, you will survive your beating only to face hardened criminals once you make it into the jail and get past the detention deputies.  Have you ever heard of the cultural phenomena, “suicide by cop?”  If you have, then you know exactly of what I speak! DO THE RIGHT THING, TAKE A CAB BECAUSE WITH THE LOWERING OF THE INTOXICATION LIMIT TO 0.05, THAT IS ONE DRINK, MY FRIENDS! Stay sober, stay alive or take a taxicab!  

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          All right, my bags are in my car and my wife and I are heading out, we will see you all in six-to-seven months!  I have heard that Chef Fritz is going to do a week of “How To” stories/curriculum as that is what he picked.  He came to town a week ago and has been working diligently on his part of our great blog.  Tomorrow, we offer the final selection by HP Lovecraft, after that, we enter the realm of Little Feat, one of the more stellar bands of the 1960’s-1970’s, then reunited (sans the dead Lowell George) sometime in the late 1980’s where they now tour almost constantly.  I encourage you to BUY all of the music advertised here because even if you do not know it, believe me, once you hear it, you become a lifelong fan!  God bless, see you all next time around, yeah!                                                                     
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This is a photo of me in a group shot that was a collage on a chef's magazine cover from the 1980's. They took this picture of me in the mid 1970's when I was working as a Food and Beverage Director at a hotel in Fresno, California. I later came to Washington State where I met Stinkbug in the WSCA. We have been friends ever since.
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Size 36” x 72”............................................................................................... $18,000.00.
Size 40” x 60”............................................................................................... $15,450.00.
Size 36” x 48”............................................................................................... $11,500.00.
Size 30” x 40”............................................................................................... $ 9,000.00.
Size 24” x 48”............................................................................................... $ 9,000.00.
Size 24” x 36”............................................................................................... $ 8,240.00.
Size 24” x 30”............................................................................................... $ 7,600.00.
Size 20” x 24”............................................................................................... $ 5,950.00.
Size 18” x 24”............................................................................................... $ 5,950.00.
Size 16” x 20”............................................................................................... $ 5,400.00.
Size 12” x 24”............................................................................................... $ 5,400.00.
Size 12” x 16”............................................................................................... $ 4,500.00.
Size 11” x 14”............................................................................................... $ 4,500.00.
Size  9” x 12”................................................................................................ $ 1,200.00.
Size  8” x 10”................................................................................................ $ 1,000.00.
Size  6” x 8”.................................................................................................. $    950.00.
Size  5” x 7”.................................................................................................. $    850.00.



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