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“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CV: The 105th Installment of the AICP-END is a Great One as it features a Great Papaya Muffin Recipe plus a lot of Talk about trolling the Dives of Bakersfield, California!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre


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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART CV


“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CV: The 105th Installment of the AICP-END is a Great One as it features a Great Papaya Muffin Recipe plus a lot of Talk about trolling the Dives of Bakersfield, California!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre


999th BLOGPOST AT THE AICP-END!

TOMORROW IS THE 1,000TH OFFICIAL BLOGPOST!  
Bakersfield, CA, 08-16-2013 Friday: My friends, welcome to the 999th blogpost of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, this is definitely the greatest day the blog has ever seen!  We have published 999 official blogposts, not counting the ‘in memoriam’ series in which, we praise the great musicians who have left us behind or some of the other oddball things that we occasionally publish.  We are working at updating the second page of the blog in which, we detail the measurements and amounts that people commonly mix up whenever they bake or measure important recipes.  We have so much we want to do but the number one thing after communing with you is that we want to embrace the readership as mentioned yesterday, we want to form a fan club of sorts.  We want everyone who loves talking about food and the politics of the world in which, we live, love, and thrive, we want to spread the joy of food to everyone around the world.  I realize that there are places in our planet in which, people barely eke out an existence but that is why the industrial nations of the earth have a dedication to helping them.  We cannot have our planet become the one depicted in World War Z in which, a horrifying zombie-causing disease claims multitudes of lives. 
World War Z Star, Brad Pitt
  There are many times I fear that our planet has crossed some sort of border into which, we journey unknowing into the darkness, not sure what is awaiting us on the other side.  When I look to my education and see the times in which, our nation was the greatest, I fear it now that it has sunk into as heretofore-unknown depravity and evil.  The fact that President Obama has had to close down numerous embassies around the Muslim world should tell us that we are in more danger now than what we have been in before and that is quite sobering.  I fear going to places outside the United States because one never knows if they will be a target for radical Islamists.  Then again, there was that poor Italian woman here in the U.S. on her honeymoon who lost her life when that nut with issues ran his car into the crowd on the California beach town’s boardwalk.   The sad fact of life is that no one among us ever has any clear idea as to whether or not they are entering a situation from which, they might not exit on the other side, it’s worthwhile learning how to interpret the signs that something is wrong.  As women, we must take greater strides in which to protect not only ourselves but our family members, especially our children but like that guy who had his leg blown off watching the demolition of the PG&E plant here in Bakersfield last Saturday, he had every faith that they would not let him or his family suffer injury!
Ariel Castro—the Cleveland Rapist and Kidnapper
The other thing I must admit that shocked me is the deal with that slimeball, Ariel Castro back there in Cleveland, Ohio.  How many major cities in the United States (with the exception of Hawaii!) have ‘dead zones’ in which, few people if any venture.  Sure, I realize that Mr. Castro lived in a well-populated neighborhood but the fact that he was able to keep three young women in chains for more than a decade should terrify every mother alive!  People disappear in the islands like anywhere else but never to the degree that they do on the mainland that is one of the things that cause many of us to suffer some sort of depression whenever we fly into the BIG country.  Most of the time, law enforcement in the islands finds those who disappear unless, of course, the Polynesian Mafia boys, unless they throw them to the sharks.  Thugs do end up being taken out into deep water and dumped but most of the time to rate that sort of treatment, you have to be a thug yourself, so if you live a normal life, you normally do not end up like that.  Regarding Mr. Castro, however, I think he’s one they should feed to the big sharks out in the deep water because he is among the worse criminals in modern American mainland history! 
Fresh Diamond Head papayas
Today, we are going to make yet another muffin recipe, one I know all of you will love especially if you live here in the islands or below the Mexican border: papaya muffins.  While I do use Mexican papayas, they are NEVER as good as are Hawaiian papayas, trust me, you want to use the best.  However, I also know that Mexican papayas are much larger than their Polynesian counterparts so if you are doing a breakfast banquet or a brunch, then you might want to use them instead.  Anyhow, papayas are available everywhere, in fact, at home, my husband Lalo has a few trees of his own from his grandmother who lives in Lihue, she loves growing these fruits as well as has a great love of growing cacti of every variety.  You know, all of the western sides of the islands are desert while the eastside of each is tropical rainforests.  The thing I hate to say is that the tree is NOT native to Hawaii but was brought here from Mexico, cultivated, and refined into the ones most people know and love.  These trees do grow to 10 feet or more and produce a large amount of tasty fruit but as you can imagine, one tree can produce a great amount of fruit, which is why you need to know how to utilize them!
Here is our recipe for today:

(#1798) PAPAYA-ALMOND MUFFINS


Fresh Diamond Head papaya from Hawaii is a marvelous fruit, it has the flavor, aroma, and taste demanded by all aficionados of tropical fruit.  The great thing is that it’s also available on the mainland where connoisseurs of fleshy, gourmet fruits can use them for whatever purpose they wish.  I love using them in baked goods because even though the flavor of the papaya is subtle, you know, not powerful like a mango or a pineapple, it still has its own unique taste and texture that it lends to muffins and quickbreads.  I think that once you try these amazingly delicious muffins, you will become a lifelong convert!

Yield:  14 medium (3/8-cup) or 21 small (0.25-cup) muffins / Mis-en-place: 8 hours:




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
The Papaya:
1
#
Fresh Hawaiian papaya RIPE (Peeled, seeded, and fine-diced)
The Dry Mix:
2
Cups
All-purpose flour

.5
Cup
Cake flour

1-1/3
Tablespoons
Baking powder

1
Tablespoon
Nonfat dry milk

1
Tablespoon
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour

1.5
Teaspoons
Baking soda

.5
Teaspoon
Salt

.5
Cup
Ground almonds

.125
Cup
Lemon zest

The Wet Mix:
1
Large
AA egg

1
Cup
Granulated sugar

3/8
Cup
Butter-flavored Crisco shortening

1
Cup
Buttermilk

1
Tablespoon
Vanilla extract

1.5
Tablespoons
Amoretti’s papaya syrup

The Topping:
.75
Cup
Toasted sliced almonds

The Flavor-Baste:
Drawn butter

The Finish:
2
Cups
Powdered sugar

1-2
Tablespoons
Amoretti’s papaya syrup

1-2
Tablespoons
Vanilla extract

Hot water if necessary



Method:

1.      Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! First, prepare your pan(s) by selecting either stainless steel or aluminum ones.  Spray them heavily with PAM Baking Spray or with some such other food release spray, then line the cups with either paper or aluminum baking cups, and finally, spray both the cups and the top(s) of the pan(s) heavily with food release spray, too.  This helps depan the muffins when they have had a chance to cool down from the oven rather than having them tear apart by sticking to the pan(s).  Set your pan(s) aside. 

2.      Next, preheat your standard oven to 375°F or a convection oven—fan “off” for now—to 325°F.  Peel the papaya(s), remove the seeds, and fine dice.  Set the fruit aside in the refrigerator for now. 

3.      Hook up your Hobart or Kitchen Aid mixer and attach the PADDLE attachment.  Double sift the first SEVEN ingredients listed under the “Dry” category, then stir in the zest and almonds; set aside. 

4.      Now, begin beating the egg in the mixer with the sugar until it’s light and creamy, i.e., ‘creamed.’  Then, add the softened shortening, taking note that the mixture is most likely going to separate and look yucky; however, this is not a problem so do not worry about it.  Add the remaining ingredients including the diced papaya, blending well, then begin folding the DRY mix into the WET using the least amount of slow speed paddle rotations necessary so as not to overdevelop the gluten contained in the all-purpose flour. 

5.      Scrape down the sides of the bowl and paddle, then rotate the paddle again for another 20-30 seconds, then stop.  Cover the batter with a piece of plastic wrap, insert into your refrigerator for about 20-30 minutes; then remove it, stir it, and using an ice cream scoop dipped in warm water, fill the cups almost to their tops. 

6.      Gently shake the pan(s), settling the batter, then top them with a few lightly toasted almond slices and finally, place them onto the middle oven rack(s) of your preheated oven.  If using the convection oven, flip the switch to “on” now and bake.  Normally, convection ovens take about 18-22 minutes while standard ovens require about 22-24 minutes.  The idea is to check them at the earlier time unless, of course, they really do NOT look like they’re done.  However, you NEVER want to overbake your muffins so keep a close eye upon them and once they appear set, slightly brown around the edges, test them with a cake tester or a paring knife inserted into the center of the middle row(s).  If it pulls out CLEAN, the muffins are ready to pull and once you do this, set them atop cooling racks and allow them to cool.  Brush them with drawn butter to add additional flavor.  Then, after 1-2 minutes, gently rap the corner(s) of the pan(s) to loosen them, them pry them loose, leave them atilt in the cups, and cool for another 4-5 minutes.  Finally, remove the muffins completely from the cups and leave them atop the cooling racks with drip pans beneath it/them. 

7.      Combine the ingredients listed under the “Finish” in the bowl of your electric mixer using the WHIP attachment to form a thick glaze.  Use only as much liquid as is necessary to make it so and then when you have it, using the whip attachment, swirl the glaze over the cooling muffins, back-and-forth, until you use it up. 

8.      The muffins now are ready to serve so either place atop doily-lined serving trays or into the drawer of low-temp bread warmer.  If you plan to use them later, when totally cool, wrap them in plastic wrap, then zip up tight in Zip-Loc freezer bags, label, date, and FREEZE, always avoid the refrigerator as it tends to dry them out due to lack of humidity.  In your freezer, they remain fresh for about 5-7 days but let’s face it: the sooner used the better they are.  After that, cut them up for use in bread puddings or throw them out and start anew!

Papayas are great fruits with which to work, they have marvelous flavor, make awesome baked goods, and taste wonderful and depending upon where you live are as common as apples are elsewhere.  If you grow papayas, then you know that like everything else, you have a need to use them or lose them so ponder using them in muffins or in quickbreads.  Once you do, you will find that you have become hooked for life!


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            Last night, we went out to cruise the bars on 19th Street, the place where everyone wants to go when they come to Bakersfield and let me tell you, after talking about Happy Valley in Wailuku, Maui, this place was about as bad.  First thing, a bunch of hillbilly-lookalikes tried to hit on me and made Lalo mad so he got into a fight while Roland Carl Davis had his back.  Once they broke a nose or two, the crowd settled down until the hookers began hitting on the men in our party.  After spending some time at the Mint, we went across the street to Ernie’s and had a better experience there.  We drank until closing time, called a cab and went back to the Padre so as not to end up in the back of a BPD cruiser and off to jail.  There is nothing wrong with trolling in the dives of a strange place as long as you have a guide or two, which in our case, we had about six others in our party.  Chef Brian and his wife were there as was Stinkbug and one of his girlfriends, so it was not like we were outnumbered and in danger of losing our lives.  Still, if you can handle the bad places of Bakersfield, you can deal with anything Hawaii might throw at you!  Anyhow, BE HERE TOMORROW BECAUSE TOMORROW IS THE 1,000TH BLOGPOST!       

MAY 1977
Anyhow, let us close with this impassioned plea—please leave some comments and/or become a follower. What's more, why not spend some money and purchase an album by the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, and Iron Butterfly and/or buy a cookbook from Amazon.com—we want to make some money here so help us out by buying something!  Allied with them, we are pleased to market their merchandise!  Amazon.com is one of the greatest—if not the ultimate greatest!—online department stores in which, one can find almost everything on the planet.  We love them and they love us and we want all of you to visit them daily, take advantage of their deals on everything from kitchen equipment to cookbooks, CDs, DVDs, and everything else a person could want.  Everything you buy from them puts money into our pockets, which allows us to keep this fine blog up-and-running 24/7/365!  God bless America and God bless Amazon.com!
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This is a photo of me back in the 1980’s when I was working at a hotel in Honolulu, HI, on Waikiki Beach.  I began my career in the early 1970’s when I apprenticed to cook under one of the masters on the Big Island where I was born.  I moved to Oahu in the early 1980’s after having worked in both Kona and Hilo, HI, and have been there for most of my professional career.  I have also worked on Maui for a few years (1995-1998) and have been on Kauai (2001-2003) before returning to Honolulu.  My goal is to prepare the next generation of chefs for the future and to help the underprivileged in their struggle to attain careers in the foodservice industry.
Chef Cheryl La Tigre writes from Honolulu, HI.

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