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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART CVII


“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CVII: Who would ever have expected this from Chef  Cheryl?  Quick Peanut-Butter Bread, totally unique and a pleasure to eat!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre

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Bakersfield, CA, 08-18-2013 Sunday: This is our final aloha, aloha, as I will be flying out tomorrow morning bright and early to return to my home in Honolulu and then back to work at my hotel.  I have had a wonderful time visiting all of you both here at the blog and with you, the loyal, long-term readership and any new converts I may have made.  I realize that most of the bloggers here at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day are conservative in their viewpoints so it’s a breath of fresh air to hear from those of us who espouse liberalism and progressivism.  One thing I would like to discuss before heading back is the trial of this dreadful Muslim army officer, Major Nidal Hassan, the shooter at Fort Hood.  I cannot comprehend how MY president can call what happened there a case of ‘workplace violence,’ when it’s clear that Major Hassan screamed “ALLAH AKBAR” as he slew our brave soldiers.  One of my cousins who lives on the mainland in Arlington, Texas, has a neighbor who lost a son in the shooting and her bitterness over what happened to him and to those who survived knows no bounds and drives her mad.  The fact that the survivors and the dead have been denied commendations, pay increases, and treatment as good as what they give to that Muslim turncoat bastard shocks me and many of my friends back home.  When we join the military, we have the right to expect that we will be safe at stateside bases and lo and behold, the military has a known Jihad-loving slimeball providing our traumatized soldiers with the exact thing they do NOT need and is allowed to do it, all I can say is that something is very wrong.  
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  I do not, however, put all of the blame at the door of our president, I believe that Mr. Obama is handling everything the best he can and that it’s a conspiracy on the part of the military to make him look bad.  I do believe that Major Hassan needs to be drummed out of the service and that the $278,000 he’s received in remuneration for his ‘services’ needs to be returned to the taxpayers.   I also believe  that the next time they transport him by helicopter from jail to base and back again during the workweek that he needs to fall overboard and to the ground below where the people can hack him apart with their machetes.  I do not understand why our government in general and our president and attorney general in particular feel they need to coddle Muslim terrorists because let’s face it, that is what Major Hasan is, he signed his memos with “ALLAH AKBAR” and has notes from terrorists across the world posted on the walls of his prison “cell.”  I believe that if we are going to fight a so-called, “War on Terrorism” that we fight it to win and not to lose our precious soldiers, the sons and daughters of America, who have given their time, sweat, blood, efforts, and many times their bodies and their lives to our country.   Otherwise, if we cannot give our military men-and-women their just due, we need to pull out of our obligations around the world, bring them home, and allow them to return to civilian service.  We cannot continue sacrificing their lives, no mother should ever have to lose her child in a senseless crime by someone that his superiors KNEW was messed up and unfit for duty.  Please, President Obama, I beg you, put a stop to this madness, honor the sacrifices of our sons and daughters, give them their rewards and help them recover from the madness of the Fort Hood shooting!  In addition to that, bring the terrorists languishing at Guantanamo Bay to trial, find them guilty, put to death the ones found guilty and who deserve the death penalty and put the others in prison for the rest of their lives.  There, I got it off my chest, let’s get cracking with what I have in store for you today!
(#0094) QUICK PEANUT BUTTER BREAD


One can make quickbreads out of virtually any ingredient they so wish, it’s just finding the right formula with which, to put it all together and have it come out right.  Usually, a bread such as this one can prove to be tricky, but the idea is to watch out for ingredients such as peanut butter because they not only provide the flavor, they also provide the fat necessary to make a soft crumb quickbread.  If you follow the directions explicitly, the bread will do you and your skills justice, you will find it to be the best of the best and that Skippy-brand peanut butter is the ultimate in flavor!

Yield:  one 9” x 5” loaf pan / Mis-en-place: 2.25-2.5 hours:




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
2
Cups
All-purpose flour

1
Cup
Cake flour

1
Tablespoon
Baking powder

1
Tablespoon
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour

1
Tablespoon
Nonfat dry milk

.5
Teaspoon
Baking soda

.5
Teaspoon
Salt

1
Tablespoon
Orange zest

1
Cup
Finely-minced pecans
Optional
2
Large
AA eggs

1
Cup
Granulated sugar

.25
Cup
Packed light brown sugar

.75
Cup
Skippy’s creamy or crunchy peanut butter

1
Cup
Whole milk

.5
Cup
Sour cream

1
Tablespoon
Vanilla extract

The Topping:
Granulated sugar

The Butter Baste:
Drawn butter

The Finish:
2
Cups
Powdered sugar

1-2
Tablespoons
Hot water

1
Tablespoon
Vanilla extract

1
Tablespoon
Torani’s peanut butter syrup




Method:

1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Chef’s Note: because of the peanut butter content, you do NOT need any other form of vegetable oil or shortening because the peanut butter has enough for what we need here.  First, prepare your pan by selecting a stainless steel or a heavy-duty aluminum pan.  What you want is a reflective loaf pan and NOT a dark or gray one.  Should that be all you have, wrap it tightly with aluminum foil first.  Then, spray the pan heavily with PAM Baking Spray or with some such other food release spray. Then, line it with a piece of wax paper, then spray the paper with PAM heavily, too; set aside. 

2.     Place a pot of hot water atop the stove, all you need is about 2-3 cups.  Preheat a standard oven to 350°F or a convection oven—fan “off”—to 300°F.  Hook up your Hobart or Kitchen Aid mixer and attach the PADDLE attachment.

3.     Double-sift the first SEVEN ingredients then stir in the zest and pecans.  Chef’s Note: you can use peanuts if you so wish but pecans are much better in a bread such as this one; however, this is up to you OR, you do not have to use any nuts should you not wish to. 

4.     Place the eggs and sugar into the bowl of the electric mixer and begin beating them at medium-high speed.  Beat until they become creamy, then add the remaining ingredients, blending well. Stop, scrape down the sides of the bowl and the paddle, then beat again for another 30-60 seconds. Stop and scrape it down a final time.  

5.     Now, fold the DRY mixture into the WET one using the least amount of low-speed mixer rotations necessary.  The idea in doing this is that (1) ALL lumps cook out during the cooking process and (2) overmixing a quickbread batter overdevelops the gluten, which causes the finished product to be chewier, not something you want in a bread that is supposed to be tender of crumb.  Just mix until the mixture is loose but combined, taking care to get whatever might be on the bottom incorporated into the bread.  Stop, rest the batter for about 20 minutes in your refrigerator, then prepare to bake:

6.     Place a pan with about 1-2 cups of hot water onto the oven floor and if using a convection oven, flip the fan to “on” now.  Performing this step mimics what professional bakers do when they use their steam-injected ovens.  This helps make the finished bakery product that much more tender.  It is an important step so never overlook it!

7.     Stir the batter with a kitchen spoon, then scoop it into the prepared loaf pan.  Gently wrap the pan to settle the contents, then dust the top with some granulated sugar.  Place the loaf onto the middle oven rack, close the door and bake for 10 minutes; then, open the door and quickly remove whatever water remains in the pan, gently shut the door and continue baking for another hour and ten minutes.  Set your oven timer for about 5 minutes less so you can check the condition of your bread but note this: NEVER SLAM THE OVEN DOOR AS THE BREAD IS GOING TO COLLAPSE AND THAT IS GOING TO BE IT!

8.     Put about a half-pound of butter into a small skillet and place it over LOW heat.  As the scum approaches the surface, skim it off with a spoon, discard it, and then begin skimming off the clear oil beneath it.  When you hit the watery whey at the bottom, stop skimming.  Set the drawn butter somewhere where it’s warm and keep it there.  Find your pastry brush and have it ready.

9.     As the loaf bakes, combine the ingredients listed under the “Finish” in the bowl of your sanitized mixing bowl equipped with the WHIP attachment.  Lift the bowl to make sure it incorporates the sugar on the bottom and then when ready, place the mixing bowl in the top of a small pot of warm water to keep it fluid but do NOT allow the water underneath to boil! 

10. When the timer goes off, check the bread for doneness.  Open the door gently, pull the shelf gently towards you, and touch the bread with your fingertips: does it feel firm or is it still a touch wet?  If it feels firm, test it with a cake tester or a paring knife by inserting either one directly into the center of the loaf.  If it comes out “clean,” the bread is done and if not, continue baking it for another 4-5 minutes or until it proves to be done. 

11. As soon as the loaf shows it is ready to come out, pull it out and place the pan atop a cooling rack.  Quickly baste the top of the bread with drawn butter allowing it to permeate the loaf with flavorful butter.  Rest the loaf for about 5 minutes, then, gently rap the edge of the pan to loosen it, lift the loaf out of the pan holding onto the foil and wax paper and place it directly atop the cooling rack.  Remove the paper and foil from its sides and baste the top and the sides with drawn butter.  Then, allow it to rest for at least ONE hour.  Do NOT slice it during this time as the residual heat will finish any wet spots within the loaf—this is important! 

12. As it rests, begin ladling the glaze over and across the loaf allowing it to dribble over the sides.  Ladle all of the glaze atop it and if you have any left, keep it warm as when you slice the loaf, you can dribble it across the individual slices. 

13. When time is up, slice the loaf in half using a serrated edge bread knife.  Then, allow the heat to exit the bread for at least another 15 minutes; finally, you can slice it into slices now.  You should get about 10-15 slices from a 9” x 5” pan.  Place the slices atop the cooling rack and drizzle the remaining glaze—should you have any!—over them.  Then, place the slices onto a doily-lined serving tray, accompany with whipped butter and preserves, and take out to your brunch buffet line. 

14. Always wrap leftover slices or those intended for later in plastic wrap, then zip up tight in Zip-Loc freezer bags, label, date, and freeze until needed but be sure to use them within 5-7 days at most as after that, use them or lose them and begin anew.

Quick peanut butter loaf is a true joy for some and yucky to others, it all depends upon your views of peanut butter.  While you could use any peanut butter brand you wish, I prefer Skippy, as it’s the creamier of the creamy, one most everyone loves and definitely enjoys!

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          Okay, aloha for this time, my friends!  Tomorrow, the third Hawaiian author of the blog, Chef Itzi Nakamura, comes in to do her stint and I am sure it’s going to be a fabulous one.  Remember, we have a moral duty to help our men and women fighting the Muslim hordes overseas to keep them from attacking our homes and our families.  I realize that we might not all agree on the same things in this life, and that while I am a committed Democrat, I do love our fighting men and women.  I believe in what we are doing, I support you in your fight no matter where you’re at or who it’s against, and I hope that all of you make it back home in one piece.  God bless all of you, them, and anyone else I may have overlooked or forgotten!  Take care and see you next time!  Aloha, friends, this is Chef Cheryl over and out!       
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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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