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“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CII: Chef Cheryl presents another Scone Recipe, this one a Delicious Mission Fig Scone—too Exotic for the Islands but just right for the Mainland!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre


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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART CII


“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CII: Chef Cheryl presents another Scone Recipe, this one a Delicious Mission Fig Scone—too Exotic for the Islands but just right for the Mainland!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre

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Bakersfield, CA, 08-13-2013 Tuesday: Aloha, fans, of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, welcome to the fastest-growing foodservice-political blog on the Internet, a place where we exchange ideas, educate the young, and promote the American way (as well as the Hawaiian way, too!).  I am enjoying my stay here in Bakersfield, California, yesterday, when we finished up in the test kitchen, Roland Carl Davis took us down to the shooting range and we fired guns for about two hours.  I love shooting, I learned from my father, Keanohe, while we vacationed on Kauai,  the Garden Island, we used to go on the far side and do some shooting and then when we would visit my nana on Maui, he would take me, my uncle, and my cousins behind the mountain where we would go hunting for the wild pigs.  I love firearms, I am quite proficient and even though law enforcement is somewhat in favor of gun control laws, people are allowed to hunt.  The basic deal with the ownership of firearms in Hawaii is that if ‘you see it (a gun) in movies and that it looks cool, it’s probably illegal.’ However, Mr. Davis took us to his favorite shooting range where we were able to fire a wide assortment of handguns, shotguns, and even an AR-15, something I cannot have on Oahu.  Well, I should not say that but our gun laws are somewhat restrictive so it’s refreshing to come here to California, granted, a state following suit making it more difficult to have handguns, but somewhat freer as of now.  It’s the ammunition that is costly but even so, I make a lot of money annually so I can afford to spend some serious change on firearms.  I realize that my liberal friends shrink away from shooting guns but let’s face it, there is nothing wrong with gun ownership, it’s the criminals who misuse firearms, not the people who love the Second Amendment.  I also realize that government is somewhat fearful of an armed populace but let’s face it, they are here to serve the people.  This is the only area in which, I disagree with my progressive friends so please, do not think less of me, all I can say is, it’s fun to fire at targets and get near-perfect scores.  I would love to do some dove and deer hunting while I’m here, just need to get the license and wait for the season, my vacation here in California goes on for more than a week!

  Well, let me say this, I enjoy it when I come to the mainland to see my friends and family and that is one thing about living in the most beautiful place on earth, we have family members and extended family all over the place.  For one thing, many of us go elsewhere to obtain our educations and many times to work, too.  One of the sad things about living in the islands is the fact that we do not make a whole lot more money than do our opposites living in other parts of the country.  If you think, it is difficult for people to find entry-level jobs where you live, try living here and making not much more than what they do in California or worse, less than other states paying a higher minimum wage.   Many of the locals live in multi-family homes and many times, this causes problems among the people living there.  At least in Honolulu, there is a lot more room available and also highways that carry people back and forth from different parts of the island.  However, Maui is overbuilding at an alarming rate and many of the locals living there are against further progress.  It is almost as if we need to begin colonizing islands farther west in the chain until eventually, we reach Wake Island and then jump off into the Northern Marianas Islands farther south so we can find living room for our people. 
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Okay, we are going to make some more delicious scones today, this time, we are using mission figs, a very different fig that one can find dry via Sunmaid-brand products available at the local store.  While people do not always know, what is ‘tropical’ and what is not, when you live in a ‘tropical area,’ then whatever is not native to where you live is ‘tropical.’  Here, we love blueberries, blackberries, stuff like that whereas you love pineapple, papaya, stuff like that.   Here we go:
(#0061-G) BASIC MISSION FIG SCONES


Figs are interesting fruit, some covet them and love having fresh figs from a tree in their backyard while others enjoy dried figs.  Let me tell you something about figs, while they taste good, are highly nutritious, they also act like a physic, so be careful with them. However, like Fig Newton’s®, there is nothing better than these top-quality scones.  Scones are delicious, similar to biscuits but different, too, so once you give these a try, you are going to see what I see in them, a top-selling Sunday Brunch menu item that makes a good deal of money for me and the for the house!

Yield:  14 scones / Mis-en-place: 1-1.5 hours:





Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
1.5
Cups
All-purpose flour

1.25
Cups
Bread flour

.25
Cup
Granulated sugar

.0125
Cup
Baking powder

1.5
Teaspoons
Nonfat dry milk

1.5
Teaspoons
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour

.5
Teaspoon
Kosher salt

.5
Teaspoon
Baking soda

.5
Cup
Crisco butter-flavored shortening

2
Large
AA eggs, separated
See Step #1
.75
Cup
Buttermilk

1
Tablespoon
Torani’s vanilla syrup

2.25
Teaspoons
Vanilla extract

.75
Cup
Sunmaid Mission Figs (remove any stems!) 
Minced
The Eggwash:
1
Large
AA egg white, beaten and strained
See Step #1
Super-fine granulated sugar

The Baste:
Drawn butter

The Finish:
1
Cup
Powdered sugar

1.5
Teaspoons
Vanilla extract

1
Teaspoon
Torani’s vanilla syrup

1.5-2
Teaspoons
Hot water



Method:

1.      Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! First, SEPARATE the eggs into TWO bowls.  Place one white and two yolks into one bowl and the single egg white into the bowl of a Cuisinart or Shortcut and blend well.  Pour this single white into a small container and refrigerate until needed.  Meanwhile, take the two yolks and one egg white and put them into the machine, doing the same to them.  Pour them through a fine-meshed sieve into a small bowl and have ready. Chef’s Note: we use the egg white for eggwash because it does not cause them to darken in the same way eggwash using yolks or whole eggs does.

2.      Double-sift the first EIGHT ingredients together and then place them into the bowl of a Kitchen Aid electric mixer equipped with a PADDLE attachment. 

3.      Begin rotating the blade on low speed, as you do so; begin adding the shortening in along the sides.  Continue mixing until the dry mix is smooth and the shortening particles broken down and well dispersed.  Remove the mixer from the stand, run your hands through the mix—check to see if it is MEALY.  The shortening particles have to be SMALL, not chunky-large as if for flaky biscuits. 

4.      Scrape down the bowl and the paddle to remove any stubborn bits of shortening and then when you determine that the mix is mealy, return the bowl to the mixer stand and reattach the paddle.

5.      Add the egg yolks-one egg white mixture, the Mission figs, and then rotate the paddle around the inside of the bowl on low speed until both are well blended.  Then, add the buttermilk, vanilla syrup, and vanilla extract and quickly blend the mass together until you have a soft, moist dough then STOP!  Scrape down both the bowl and the paddle and pull the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface.  Chef’s Note: if you need to add a small amount of additional liquid because the dough is a touch too dry, add some heavy cream or buttermilk but do NOT under any circumstances make is too WET!

6.      Quickly shape the dough as if working biscuit dough across the board but do NOT knead as this develops the gluten in the flour, which makes the finished product chewy.  Push the dough out until it is about .75-1-inch thick, then using a dough knife, cut out 14 squares of roughly the same size and then, once you have rest the unbaked scones for about 10 minutes. 

7.      Preheat standard oven to 400°F or a convection oven—fan “on”—to 350°F.  Use two 9” pie pans sprayed with PAM Baking Spray or some such other food release spray, and then line each with a sheet of wax paper, spray the paper with food release spray, too, and finally, dust it with a light sheen of all-purpose flour.

8.      Place seven scones onto each pie pan just as you would biscuits—you should have six around the rim with one scone directly in the center.  Bring out the solitary egg white and using a sanitized pastry brush, brush the tops of the scones with it.  

9.      Next, sprinkle your scones with a fine layer of superfine granulated sugar; then—when your oven is ready—place the pan(s) onto the middle rack making sure there is breathing room all around them. Bake the treats for approximately 15-18 minutes or until the tops have browned nicely.

10. Pull the pan from the oven, place atop a cooling rack, and brush heavily with drawn butter to give them a nice, moist sheen as well as a very attractive glaze.  Meanwhile, combine the final ingredients in the bowl of an electric mixer and then when you have a nice syrupy glaze, begin swirling it over and across the scones to give them a beautiful glaze. 

11. Cut the scones with a dough knife along the rows to free them, then remove them and prepare them to serve.  If for institutional service keep them warm in bread warmers or if for a brunch or breakfast function, place them onto decorative serving trays and accompany with preserves, jams, jellies, or whipped honey butter. 

12. Always keep scones covered to maintain freshness but note that generally, they do not freeze well so do your best to make what you need or once cool, wrap up airtight in Ziploc freezer bags, label, date, and freeze.  They maintain their freshness for about 1-2 days; after that, toss them out and start anew.

13. Chef’s Note: you can make the scones a night ahead, brush them with the egg white(s) and wrap for storage in your refrigerator.  Then, the next day, pull them out, leave them atop a cooling rack to come to room temperature and preheat your oven about 20 minutes ahead of use; then, bake as directed!

Scones are a wonderful way to take a break from serving biscuits by serving something much better and definitely a whole lot sweeter.  Easy to make, the trick in making them is never to over-knead the dough, as this is the kiss of death to any dough such as this one.
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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.
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