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“Fabulous Bakery Desserts, Part XCI: Where does she get this Stuff? Today, the Hawaiian Chef presents her Recipe for Fresh Blackberry Crisp—absolutely Ono!” by Chef Itzi Nakamura


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FABULOUS BAKERY DESSERTS, PART XCI


“Fabulous Bakery Desserts, Part XCI: Where does she get this Stuff?  Today, the Hawaiian Chef presents her Recipe for Fresh Blackberry Crisp—absolutely Ono!” by Chef Itzi Nakamura

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Bakersfield, CA, 08-21-2013 Wednesday: At the time of this writing, our attorney general, the honorable Eric Holder has suggested to his counterparts at all levels across the nation that the time has come to lower the prison sentences slapped on low level, non-violent drug offenders, meaning that the time has come to do away with indiscriminate sentencing.  I think many of us have seen the movie, “Snitch,” starring Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, in which, his son becomes embroiled in a drug sting and ends up going to prison for an unknown number of years because he will not ‘cooperate.’  The reason he would not do so is because (1) his best friend set him up to avoid a similar problem and (2) he had no one go give up to the authorities.  So, the district attorney of the area in which the family lives gives the young man the max, which puts him into dangerous situations within the prison to which, they send him.  His father, ‘the Rock’ makes the deal to go undercover and deliver up the bad guys in order to save his boy, which he ultimately does but at great risk to not only himself and his son but to the rest of his family, too.  It is situations such as this one that I believe Mr. Holder wants to remedy, which is something I think is very important because no one should have the power to lock somebody up and effectively throw away the key. 
Movie Actor Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson
          Besides, the War on Drugs has become a major flop, I think that more and more illegal drugs of all types are flooding our nation and that if we do not somehow regain the offensive and go after the bad guys, then our nation is at risk of collapse.  I mean, the nation’s prisons are bulging at the seams and way too many minority offenders are going away for far longer than their white counterparts.  At some point, I believe that this is the new battleground in the fight for equal rights, what is good for one offender in similar circumstances with another should be good for all.  We need to somehow stop the drugs that flow in on a daily basis while legalizing others for private use as that is the only way to put an end to the bloody gang wars being fought across the country as one cartel tries to best another.  I think that we are doing an admirable job here in Hawaii as we seem to have a tight grip on what goes on both on and around our beloved islands.  Yes, we do have drug offenders locked up in our small number of prisons but have far more rehabilitation programs, training programs, and social programs.  I think if the rest of the nation would study the Hawaiian Way, then then they might be able to put an end to this madness racking the nation’s streets and those who live on them. 
Amoretti’s and Torani’s Syrups
          My hope is that America is going to find a way to recover and that we will be able to regain the initiative as we continue being the leader of the free world.  I think that if the Republicans would either get out of the way or—better yet—climb onboard with us, that we might actually be able to solve the nation’s problems, cure its ills, provide healthcare for all, and welcome the masses from abroad that will restore our nation to the pinnacles it once inhabited.  That would be a great day in the history of the greatest nation on earth, one in which, all of us could take pride, love, and support once more.  We need to allo0w progressivism to reign supreme and lead us into the awaiting future.  Please, leave your comments, tell me how you feel, we are all Americans no matter where we live, who we look like, how our speech is, we are ONE with the rest of the world!
Torani’s Bar Syrups
          All right, today, let’s see, it’s blackberries!  I want you to know that while we are making similar things, they differ in ways from one another that might not be evident on the surface such as the individual flavorings.  The thing that makes each one different lies within the flavorings we use, the stuff that gives them individuality.  I love working with Torani’s syrups as well as Amoretti’s, these are all top-of-the-line products that every baker needs to have in his or her pantry.  Yes, there may be several hundred of them combined but what the heck?  If you want to be the best, you must work with the best and never emulate a restaurant chain like Denny’s but the one within your own mind or for the one with which you work!  Here is our recipe for today:
(#1801) BLACKBERRY CRISP A LA MODE



After a trying winter comes to an end, spring begins as does berry season!  Nowadays, a plethora of berries presents themselves at the local market and at roadside stands.  If you have never had the opportunity to taste fresh berries straight out of the local farmers’ fields, then you are in for an orgasmic surprise.  Once you sink your tastebuds into this enticing dessert, you find yourselves hooked to it as though you took a powerful drug but this is better than drugs, it is legal, sweetly ‘lethal,’ and something you will enjoy for the rest of your life!

Yield:  8 servings / Mis-en-place: 1.5-1.75 hours:




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
The Berries:
2+
Baskets
Fresh blackberries, rinsed and picked over

The Blackberry Gel:
3/8
Cup
Clear gel (preferable) or cornstarch

.25
Cup
Jell-O-brand grape Jell-O

1
Cup
Granulated sugar

.5
Teaspoon
Salt

1
Teaspoon
Lemon extract

1
Teaspoon
Almond extract

.75
Teaspoon
Red food color

.25+
Teaspoon
Blue food color

1.75
Cups
Berry or cranberry-grape blend juice
COLD
.25
Cup
Torani’s blackberry syrup
OR
.25
Cup
Amoretti’s boysenberry syrup

1
Each
Bay leaf

The Betty Topping:
1
Cup
All-purpose flour

1
Cup
Granulated sugar

.5
Cup
Brown sugar

.75-1
Cup
Melted butter

The Ice Cream:
8
Scoops
Tillamook vanilla ice cream

The Garnish:
8
Sprigs
Fresh mint, rinsed and dried

The Set-up:
8
Large
Underlining plates with large rims

8
Each
Paper lace doilies

8
Each
Cigar wafers
If you have them!
8
Each
Chilled dessertspoons



Method:
1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Always sort through any fresh product, taking care to remove any bad pieces of fruit or spoiled areas.  Like anything else, a bit of bad in one spot does not mean the entire piece is bad so cut off whatever you need to remove, then rinse and dry them.  Set them aside until needed.

2.     Hook up your Kitchen Aid mixer and attach the WHIP attachment.  Add the first eight ingredients listed under the “Blackberry Gel” and mix well. Then, begin scaling in the juice combined with the syrups always using COLD liquid and never hot.  Hot liquid immediately causes the preferred thickener—the clear gel—to clump up, something that causes you to waste it as there is NO fixing it.  Cornstarch can handle warm liquid but professional chefs’ in the know use clear gel, an excellent thickener.  Clear gel keeps the same consistency whether hot or cold and maintains clarity unlike cornstarch.  In a sauce you plan to heat in the oven, this is not always a problem but in something like a pie or in this gel, which is not going to be heated all the way through when you prepare the dessert, it is essential.  You cannot find the clear gel in any grocery store with whom I am knowledgeable but you can buy it at Amazon.com by using their grocery and gourmet foods link.  Look for Barry’s Farms’ clear gel and buy a couple of pounds to have it on hand.  I guarantee that once you use this product, you will be a fan of it for life!

3.     As you scale in the cold liquid, do it slowly and if necessary, lift the mixing bowl as the whip rotates slowly around the bowl to incorporate the dry and wet ingredients together.  Add enough liquid just to liquefy the dry mix and once you have it, force it through a fine-meshed sieve into a bowl.  Scrape the bottom of the sieve with a rubber spatula, and then force the remnants from above through with a spoon using any remaining liquid to help it through the mesh.  As soon as you do this, spray a heavy-bottomed saucepot with food release spray, then force the entire liquid mixture through a rinsed-out sieve into it.  Add the bay leaf at this point.

4.     Place the saucepot atop a medium-high flame and stir it as it begins heating.  As it begins to thicken, raise the heat to high and continue whisking almost nonstop.  NEVER allow the gel to go a moment unstirred as this might scorch it, causing you to have a mess on your hands. 

5.     Once it hits the boil and you are stirring it, lower the heat to LOW and allow the sauce to perk over low flame.  You will see that is clear, that is somewhat thick, and that it is fluid.  After another couple of minutes, pull it from the stovetop, pour it into a shallow pan placed atop a cooling rack using the fine-meshed sieve once more to catch any stray lumps of gel and the bay leaf.  After 3-4 minutes, spray a sheet of wax paper with food release spray, then place it—SPRAYED-SIDE-DOWN—atop the gel. This prevents the formation of unsightly, wasteful skin, and keeps your gel just the way we want it: beautiful.  When it is cool enough to refrigerate, please do so.

6.     Now, clean out the mixing bowl, wipe it clean, and hook it back up attaching the PADDLE attachment.  Add the first three ingredients listed under the BETTY TOPPING and then while rotating the paddle on low speed, mix them well, and then begin adding the melted butter.  Do this along the sides of the bowl, stopping occasionally to see how the mix incorporates the fat and when you have a crumbly topping, stop mixing it.  Scrape it into an airtight container and keep it refrigerated when not using it. 

7.     Now, when you have done this, scoop the ice cream balls using a #6 scoop, then place inside your freezer so they freeze back up rock-hard.  Get your mint leaves ready, have the plates setup and ready for use, and place the dessertspoons into your freezer. 

8.     When it is time to serve your desserts, preheat your standard oven to 400°F or your convection oven with the fan in the ‘on’ position.  Spray eight Crème Brule dishes or scallop-type ovenproof bakeware with food release spray.  Place them atop a sheet pan for easier moving in and out of your oven. 

9.     Place berries to fill each dish and depending upon their size, slice them in half if you need to.  Bring the blackberry gel out of the fridge and either pour it over the berries in each dish or use a spreading tool and spread it over them.  Now, bring out the Betty topping and give each dessert a nice topping.  If necessary, prior to using it, crumble it up by hand if you feel the need to do so prior to use.

10. Place the sheet pan inside the preheated oven on its middle rack.  Bake them for about 5-10 minutes or until each, one is a lovely golden-brown in color.  Never over-bake a crisp-crumble-style dessert as this can quickly ruin its overall flavor.  What you want in a finished product is that the gel is still cold to lukewarm and the topping hot. 

11. As soon as the Betties are ready, pull the pan from the oven, place it atop the cooling rack, and prepare to finish the final preparation.  Make sure you use picturesque plates with wide rims if you have them with the doily in the center of each.  Then, place the Blackberry Crisp in the center of each plate, place a scoop of rock-hard Tillamook vanilla or better yet, homemade blackberry ice cream atop it, and finally the sprig of fresh mint.  Place the Gaufrette alongside it on the side of the plate or if using a triangular wafer, insert it into the ice cream.  Place the chilled dessertspoon on the other side of the plate and take it to your guests immediately. 

12. Depending upon the size of your dishes and what you have left, you might be able to make more desserts or maybe not.  I find it best to put the gel in to an airtight container to which, I apply a label, date, and what it is.  Use this gel within 5-7 days at most.  As for the Betty topping, place it into a Foodsaver bag, vacuum pack it, label, date, and freeze it.  The topping will last for up to two months but as with everything else, the sooner you use it, the better the final results are going to be. 

13. If you wish, you can also top the finished crisp with whipped cream atop it and here is the recipe for homemade whipped cream topping:

(#1587) WHIPPED CREAM II



Like many other standard products, the more one can make for him-or-herself and from scratch, the more individual your cooking abilities and the more they’ll stand out.  It is important to be able to make fresh whipped cream from scratch and to do it right, something more people than you’d ever believe know how to do.  I love fresh whipped cream and even though it does not stand up for very long, it is the best!  Try making this one and you will see precisely what I mean!

Yield:  about 3+ cups / Mis-en-place: 10 minutes:




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
2
Cups
Heavy whipping cream

.5
Cup
Confectioners’ or powdered sugar

2
Tablespoons
Triple sec liqueur

.5
Teaspoon
Meyer’s light rum

1
Tablespoon
Vanilla extract



Method:
1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Using your electric mixer once more with the WHIP attachment, whip the cream at medium-high speed until soft peaks begin to form, about 5-8 minutes and when they do, begin to scale in the sugar along the sides. Add the rest of the ingredients and stop when it is stiff.

This is a magnificent dessert as blackberries are among the more popular ones available across the country.  I love working with fresh berries as to me, they are a sign of the gloriousness of the summer months, something you cannot duplicate with frozen products or with any other item, period.  When this dessert arrives tableside, diners gasp with surprise and delight and once they take the first tantalizing bite, they become addicted to this intoxicating ‘drug’ for life!  

The idea is to treat all berries with respect meaning that one must view each one as a separate entity and that each requires different treatment.  However, I believe the dessert we are planning for tomorrow is a multi-berry extravaganza, one that will lift your tastebuds to heretofore-unknown heights.  This is what it’s all about, bring a culinary orgasm to the mouth of the diner leaving him or her in awe of what they just ate with delight.  This is what creates repeat visits leading to a lengthy life for the foodservice operation.  All too often, we find ourselves engaged in a life or death struggle with the competition and a dessert such as this leaves scorched earth behind you, leaving the opponents out in the dark.  Be the best you can be, if it’s good enough for the U.S. Army as a slogan, it’s good enough for top-ranked chefs!

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This is a photo of me back in the 1980's when I was the Executive Chef at a fine-dining restaurant out in Lahaina, HI, on the beautiful island of Maui.  I began my culinary career in the late 1960’s while living on my home island of Oahu and after spending some time in California during the 1990’s, I returned to my native Hawaii and am currently running a gourmet restaurant in Kihei, HI.  My experience has been in fine dining but I’ve also spent time running a hospital kitchen as both a dietician and as a Cook IV.
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#0304 12” x 16” “Evening Shadows” by Beverly Carrick



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#0305 12” x 16” “The Sun’s Last Glow” by Beverly Carrick



BUY THESE FINE ALBUMS BY THE GRATEFUL DEAD:
SO MANY ROADS 1965-1995 SAMPLER
DICK’S PICKS VOLUME XVI—THE FILLMORE WEST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 11-08-1969
DICK’S PICKS VOLUME XVII—BOSTON GARDEN, BOSTON, MA, 09-25-1991
DICK’S PICKS VOLUME XVIII—DANE COUNTY COLISEUM, MADISON, WI, 02-05-1978 AND THE UNI-DOME, CEDAR FALLS, IA, 02-07-1978
DICK’S PICKS VOLUME XIX—FAIRGROUNDS ARENA, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, 10-19-1973
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN—THE GRATEFUL DEAD @ THE FILLMORE EAST 04-10-1971
VIEW FROM THE VAULT, VOLUME I: JULY 06-08, 1990, PITTSBURGH, PA, AND LOUISVILLE, KY
DICK’S PICKS VOLUME XX—CAPITOL CENTER, LANDOVER, MARYLAND, 09-25-1976 AND ONONDAGA COUNTY WAR MEMORIAL, SYRACUSE, NY, 09-28-1976
DICK’S PICKS VOLUME XXI—RICHMOND COLISEUM, RICHMOND, VA, 09-02-1980 AND 11-01-1985
PLEASE BUY THESE FINE ALBUMS BY BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING COMPANY!
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#0306 12” x 16” “El Sol del Supoeste” by Beverly Carrick


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