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“Personal Favorites, Part VI: Goldie confesses to becoming more Conservative as Time goes by, attacks Obamacare and then show the Readership how to make Stinkbug’s Zucchini Bread—YES!” by Chef Goldie “Goldfish” McNamara


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­­­ PERSONAL FAVORITES, PART VI—STINKBUG’S ZUCCHINI BREAD

DAY NUMBER 12 UNDER OBAMACARE!

“Personal Favorites, Part VI: Goldie confesses to becoming more Conservative as Time goes by, attacks Obamacare and then show the Readership how to make Stinkbug’s Zucchini Bread—YES!” by Chef Goldie “Goldfish” McNamara

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The Affordable Care Act—NOT so Affordable…
Bakersfield, CA, 10-12-2013 Saturday: Today is Saturday and that is a great thing because with the end of the workweek yesterday, we can do whatever we wish to do.  Still, the events of the week are still warm in our minds as the Democrats do their best to destroy the Republican Party no matter what the collateral damage might be.  We heard last week that Obamacare is AMAZINGLY successful, that people have swamped the servers at all of the state-run exchanges and at the federal government site.  While I think that a great deal of people are seeking insurance, the more I hear about the potential costs, the more turned off I am.  Most everyone has one preexisting condition or another and all of the things that at first we heard were going to be FREE now come with a hefty price tag.  I was investigating the cost of an insurance policy for my husband and me and lo and behold, I found out that our combined policy is going to be around $987.45 per month.   Granted, we run our own business but still, that is a lot of money when previously, our insurance expense per month was around $399.78.  I thought that this was the “Affordable Care Act” and as you see, it’s not so I think that he and I are going to seek some sort of waiver from the feds. 

The Border Patrol—NOT doing its assigned Job!
  Since the late 1990’s, healthcare costs have risen dramatically and most of us know the reasons for this as we have discussed.  If the Congress would pass tort reform, if they would allow competition across state lines and if they would CLOSE the border, then insurance costs would come tumbling down to the ground.  Unfortunately, the Congress will never allow any of these things because each one serves a purpose of government.  Most everyone in both houses of Congress is lawyers and they tend to stroke one another’s backs.  They will NEVER put a stop to frivolous lawsuits because let’s face it: they make a great deal of money litigating these offensive legal acts.  Have you hired an attorney lately?  If you have then you know that the cost of having one to do your bidding in a legal matter means that you had better have deep pockets or be able to put your house on the line should you not be able to pay them.  Thankfully, here at the AICP-END, we have good in-house legal services but those are mainly for potential lawsuits from people attacking our First Amendment rights.
Obamacare—Fix it or End it NOW!
As I mentioned over the past day or two, if the Congress would permit insurance companies in the healthcare industry to compete across state lines, the costs of insurance would come down immediately.  It is like the HMO, Kaiser Permanente, if they could have a presence in all fifty states, I am sure millions of Americans would flock to them.  I am like many, I used to think that KP was a crappy organization until I became a member of it and found it to be an excellent caregiver.  I think the reason that Congress will NOT allow this to happen (competition across state lines) is because they fear potential monopolies and are invested heavily in these various insurance companies.  I think that if Congress had to come clean on all of their shady dealings then the American people would be better for it because if one can go to Congress relatively poor and return home in 4-8 years a wealthy individual, then something is wrong with the system!  We need transparency!
President Barack Hussein Obama
Finally, the other thing that Congress and President Obama will have no part of is the fact that with an open border, the illegal aliens have nowhere to go when ill other than the emergency rooms of local hospitals.  In fact, over the course of the past twenty years, SO many illegals have swamped county and private hospitals alike and have NOT paid their bills has led many of these institutions from the black and into the red!  If we did not have all of these illegals rushing to the ER’s across the nation every time they have the flu, the crabs, or a tummy ache, then we would not have the problems we have.  If the Congress really cared about the lives and health of these illegal aliens, we have places here that do beaucoup business taking care of them, local clinics, low-cost medical facilities, and even mobile healthcare units.  This is how it should be done and yet, the local and state authorities—as well as the federal—could care less and threaten institutions of health with lawsuits claiming racism if they turn these huddled masses away from their doors.   I may be a liberal Republican and squishy on the social issues but even I know that this is the wrong path for a nation in distress; if we are to save the United States, we need to do it now!
FOX News—going to the OTHER Side?
The main thing upsetting me over Obamacare is the number of lies spewed by the Democrats and their liberal cohorts along with their thugs in the labor unions, the occupy movement, and all of their community organizers a la ACORN in regard to how low cost or free it would all be—what a lie!  The government has worked hard to remove all references to FREE healthcare from the government site but many people, the ignorant ones to be sure still believe that all of this is going to cost them zip, zero, zilch, nada!  They will not, however, blame the administration or their cult leader, President Barack Obama for any of this, they will blame the Republicans as that is how the news media portrays all of the problems!  There are times when conservatism builds in me because I am angry with all of the falsehoods, the libelous way the media covers all of these stories, even FOX News has been leaning to the left more than usual.  Is this a preordained Biblical end for the nation?  I keep saying, repeatedly, that this is the Antebellum before the End Times, mark my words, it is coming!

ACORN—Changed Its Name but Still the Same
I could go on all day about this, I am having an awakening of sorts and am beginning to think that I am more conservative than I ever thought!  We need to move into our personal favorite recipe of mine today and it’s a bread recipe Stinkbug showed the world back on Wednesday, December 15, 2010, one for zucchini bread!  Here we go:
  (#186) ZUCCHINI BREAD



Zucchini is one of the best vegetables with which, one can bake and this exciting loaf is proof of it.  It also allows a wise kitchen manager or chef another excellent way to use leftover or old product, which sadly, seems to happen much of the time when it comes to various squashes.  Not only can you use yellow or green zucchini, you can use summer squash and almost any other vegetable similar to squash such as carrots. 

Yield:  One cylindrical loaf / Mis-en-place: 1.75-to-2.25 hours:




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
24
Ounces
Green and yellow zucchini
See below “A”
.125
Cup
Kosher salt

1.25
Quarts
Bread flour

1.25
Cups
Tepid water

.75
Ounce
Fresh cake yeast

Yellow Cornmeal

1
Large
AA egg

1
Tablespoon
Cold water

Kosher salt

Sesame seeds

THE BRICK METHOD
See below “C”
Drawn Butter
See below “B”


Method:

          “A”:   24-ounces of zucchini is 3-4 medium.  Trim the ends and then grate the remainder into a bowl. 

          “B”: to draw butter, melt half a pound over a very low flame and then when melted, skim the scum off that rises to the surface until you reach clear liquid.  Gently draw off the butter and transfer to a bowl being sure to stop when you reach the water and whey at the bottom.  Toss both the scum and the water/whey retaining only the clear butter.  The reason for using drawn butter to baste finished loaves with is that it removes the unsightly waste products, which will show up atop the loaf as white blotches, very unattractive and unprofessional.  Keep the drawn butter warm.

          “C”: We use the Brick Method for this recipe:
THE BRICK METHOD

Professional bakeries use steam-injected ovens, which increase the “spring” of their yeast breads.  Never use this technique for quickbreads or muffins—ONLY for yeast breads. 

The term, “oven spring” is one used by bakers around the world and it means that when the risen raw dough—either loaves or rolls—is placed inside one’s preheated convection oven, it jumps the moment the fan is switched “on.” Bakeries use steam-injected convection ovens, which allow them to (1) increase the size of their yeast breads through the phenomenon of “oven spring” as well as (2) hardening the outer crusts through the injection of steam at a crucial moment at the start of the baking process. 

Normally, loaves traditionally bake in standard ovens but bakeries tend to bake both loaves and rolls in convection ovens because it increases their size once you turn the fan "on."   Bakers at home generally do not have convection ovens unless they have either a Jenn-Aire Range or restaurant equipment. However, most restaurant bakers have convection ovens but do NOT have steam-injection capacity so it is convenient for them to use the Brick Method, too, as I have done over the course of my entire career.  Therefore, if one wants to bake like a professional bakery in a bakery, they must use this method:

This is how it works: first, buy 3-4 firebricks at your local hardware store and if at home, buy a metal half hotel pan from the local restaurant supply store.  While making your bread dough, heat the bricks on the stovetop (gas is best) as well as a pot of hot water.  Then, when your yeast loaves are proofing and ALMOST ready to hit the preheated oven, approximately 5 minutes before they are due to enter it place the metal pan on the oven floor. Then, place 1-2 HOT bricks within it using heavy gloves, and then standing back so as to avoid the sudden upward-rising blast of hot steam, pour the water over the bricks. Then, slam the door shut and allow the oven to steam for at least 5 minutes.

When the proofed bread is ready to go in, place it atop the middle oven rack of the steam-injected oven and shut the door immediately.  Allow them to bathe within the steam for at least 5 minutes and if using a convection oven, throw the switch “on” after 1-2 minutes and watch the loaves or rolls JUMP UP.  After a total of five minutes, remove the pan, the bricks, and whatever—if any—water remains and continue baking until baked.

I discovered this method years ago when I first read about “oven spring” in a baker’s book from the 1950’s.  I talked to professional bread bakers outside of restaurants and they explained the process to me.  I began employing it, discovered fantastic test results, and have used it both on the job and at home for at least 25 years.  You can obtain similar results and have success with your baking by employing it, just remember to be extremely careful!

1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Note: this recipe is best when one uses a Kitchen Aid electric mixer with a dough hook attachment.  Have one or something similar with which to work.  In addition to that, prepare your sheet pan now by spraying a stainless steel half-sheet with PAM, then by lining it with either wax or parchment paper, by spraying that with food release spray, too, and finally by dusting it heavily with the YELLOW CORNMEAL mentioned in the ingredients above; set aside.

2.   Place the grated zucchini squash into a colander and combine with the salt.  Leave undisturbed for approximately 30 minutes; during this time, a large amount of juice will drain into your sink but do not save any of it.

3.     When time is up, place the zucchini in the middle of a dry, strong towel, twist it into a tight ball, and then using the strength of your forearms, twist out as much liquid as possible. If that’s not enough, smack the ball on the kitchen counter several times (be careful not to tear the towel and spill the zuke all over everything including the floor!) in order to drive out as much liquid as possible.

4.     When drained sufficiently, place it into a large mixing bowl, then stir in the flour, and combine thoroughly. Let this mixture sit until called for later in the recipe.

5.     In the meantime, dissolve the yeast in the water in the bowl of an electric mixer and then allow it to rest for 10 minutes before proceeding. When it has “proofed” or the yeast is somewhat bubbly, form a well in the middle of the flour-zucchini mixture and pour the yeast into it.

6.     Next, using the dough hook attachment, gradually mix the contents of the bowl on low speed and gradually, it should begin to pull onto the hook; however, if it seems TOO dry, drizzle a little bit of warm water in around the edges but NOT too much!  Mix on low speed and as it slowly revolves around the bowl, it is going to pull up onto the dough hook and pull off. If it stays on the sides of the bowl too much, gradually sprinkle in a little bit of additional flour along the edges until it pulls off all the way and remains on the hook. This process varies depending on the humidity and the temperature of the air so take your time and do it right.

7.     When a firm but elastic dough has been formed, scrape it out of the bowl and onto a moderately floured tabletop and begin to knead it by pulling the dough in from the sides and then folding over the top and bottom and scrunching into a ball. Keep this up for 2-3 minutes, as this is what develops the bread’s gluten and is necessary for it to rise and to remain standing up. If at any time, it begins to tear, stop kneading!

8.     When it is somewhat smooth and springy, form it into a ball and place inside a metal bowl or pot that is about twice the size of the dough ball and flour lightly top, bottom, and sides. Cover with a slightly moist cloth and set it somewhere that is relatively warm and free of drafts so that it can proof. Take care not to shake it or to jiggle the bowl and allow it to double in size, about 40-45 minutes but keep an eye on it. Preheat your standard oven to 425°F and place a pot of water over a low flame. Have a pair of firebricks ready (see “C” above) but do not place atop an open flame—yet.

9.     When the dough has doubled in bulk, punch it down and re-round it into a ball and replace the slightly moist towel atop it and return it to its warm shelf of spot in your kitchen to rise a second time. The second proof will take about half the time of the first so once on the shelf, turn your oven onto 425°F and place the bricks over an open flame on your stove top or lay atop electric burners. While you are waiting, beat together the egg and the teaspoon of milk and push through a sieve to break up the albumin so it is nice and homogenous.  In addition to this, spray a sheet pan with PAM, dribble a little salad oil on it, and gently rub in. Sprinkle the pan with the cornmeal and have ready.

10. When the dough has risen again, deflate it, turn out of the bowl onto a lightly floured tabletop, and prepare for the final proof. Knead briefly and form into a ball. Cover with a slightly moist towel and allow it to rest for 10 minutes—in this way, your dough develops an outside wall of gluten, which will create marvelous bread.

11. When time is up, flatten the dough with a rolling pin and roll out until it’s about .5 inch thick. Now, fold the top part of the dough over halfway down until it is at the middle—roll flat. Then, fold the short sides over until they slightly overlap in the center—roll flat.

12. Now, with your hands, begin rolling the dough down from the top all the while scrunching the left and right sides inward and rolling the dough over it; what you are doing is forming a tight, cigar-shaped cylinder. Keep one hand on either side turn with your fingers while pressing the ends shut with your thumbs. When you have rolled up your cylinder, press the seam shut after moistening it with some cold water and fold it slightly over itself. Place on the prepared sheet pan and cover with a dry towel and return it to the proofing spot for one last, final rise.

13. Allow your loaf to almost double in size for about 15-20 minutes at most. When it has, lightly brush it with the “egg wash” mixture and then liberally sprinkle with the sesame seeds. Finally, dip a sharp knife in melted butter or olive oil and slash 4-5 diagonal slashes approximately .25-inch deep cuts across the top. Into each slash, sprinkle a little kosher salt to add additional flavor.

14. While the loaf is rising, place a roasting pan that is about 4-inches deep inside your oven and place the HOT bricks within it. Taking care to avoid the rush of steam, pour about 2-inches of boiling water in around them, shut the door, and allow the oven to steam.  When the loaf is ready to go, insert it into the steamy oven and let it rise quickly with the steam. After about 10 minutes, pull the bricks out along with whatever water is left and continue baking the loaf for about 40-45 or until you can pick the loaf up in one gloved hand and rap on its bottom.  If the loaf sounds hollow, it is done and ready to go and if not, put it back in the oven and continue baking until it does sound hollow.

a.     The idea is to check it at about the 40-minute mark but you also need to know your oven’s temperature and the best way to do that is to buy an oven thermometer and place it inside. I cannot say how important this step is, if you do not know how hot or how cool your oven is, you will never be able to bake a proper loaf much less a cake.

15. So, when the loaf sounds a dull hollow, pull it out and place it atop a wire rack to cool on all sides. Drizzle with melted butter 3-4 times in order to achieve a gorgeous gloss and as you do so, the crust will soften naturally. This will make for a truly fabulous loaf so good luck, my friends. Practice makes perfect and this loaf is one of the ones that is easy to make and generally can suffer a lot of punishment so do not be afraid, jump into it and go for it!

16. When baked, serve this delicious loaf right away or allow it to finish cooling. A fresh loaf such as this can sit out for about a day covered by a towel or a cloth and then, you will have to wrap it up. Generally, if you do not consume a loaf within the first day, you need to slice it and wrap it up in airtight plastic bags and freeze. Bring out what you need and heat up quickly in your microwave oven 10-12 seconds at a time. Always eat as soon as possible as fresh-baked bread is only good when it utilized right away. We are not filling it up with all sorts of chemical preservatives so use your common sense and always do the right thing—your common sense will not let you down!

17. To reheat bread, wrap in plastic wrap and heat in the microwave and if you can, avoid regular ovens.  One last word of advice: to slice bread properly, you need a good bread knife so invest in one, as there is no point in crushing or trashing a wonderful loaf of bread with a crappy knife. Pick one up at the local restaurant supply store when you pick up your oven’s new thermometer! If you don’t have a good restaurant supply store, order what you need from Amazon.com because they have everything

This is one of the first loaves I ever learned to make and am so glad that it was and that I did (learn it) as it is beautiful, tasty, and excites people when they taste it.  Keep this recipe handy, you will find many different uses for it.


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I enjoy baking as I see it somewhat of a lost art as many restaurants no longer spend money hiring a baker but instead buy premade doughs from their foodservice purveyors.  However, I can assure you that NO company—whether it’s S.E. Rykoff or Sysco Foodservices—can sell you bread dough like the above.  I know whereof I speak as I have been in the business far longer than I care to admit but I do know that once you hitch up your sleeves, get out the rolling pin, fire up the ovens, you will become enraptured over the final results!  Baking bread is NOT difficult, it requires patience, time, and above all fortitude in order to do it right!  Let me know how the results work for you!
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This is me back in 1977 when I was working at the Hilton Inn in Bakersfield, CA, on Rosedale Highway. In the 1980’s, it was the Red Lion Inn but back then, I was the night sous chef and ran the cook's line at the age of 24. I’ve had the privilege of working in Texas, Arizona, and elsewhere in California but have always returned home to Bakersfield.  Currently, I am at one of the five country clubs.
Chef Goldie “Goldfish” McNamara writes from Bakersfield, CA.

Chef Goldie “Goldfish” McNamara is a liberal Republican.

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#0353 20” x 24” “Lupine and Prickly Pears” by Beverly Carrick
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#0354 40” x 60” “Verbena Sundown” by Beverly Carrick

GUN SALESMAN OF THE YEAR: PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

#0355 24” x 20” “Sundown Cascade” by Beverly Carrick
                                                                       
TODAY IN HISTORY—OCTOBER 12, 2013:
  1. 1492: According to the Old-Style Calendar, Christopher Columbus arrived with his expedition in the present-day Bahamas. 
  2. 1810: The German festival Oktoberfest was first held in Munich to celebrate the wedding of Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen.
  3. 1870: General Robert E. Lee died in Lexington, Virginia, at age 63.
  4. 1933: Bank robber John Dillinger escaped from a jail in Allen County, Ohio, with help from his gang, who killed the sheriff, Jess Sarber. 
  5. 1942: Attorney-General Francis Biddle announced during a Columbus Day celebration at Carnegie Hall that Italian nationals in the United States would no longer be considered to be enemy aliens.
  6. 1960: Japanese Socialist Party leader, Inejiro Asanuma was stabbed to death during a televised debate in Tokyo by an ultranationalist student, Otoya Yamaguchi, who hanged himself in jail.
  7. 1971: The rock opera, “Jesus Christ Superstar,” opened on Broadway.     

#0356 24” x 36” “A Teddy Bear at Sunset” by Beverly Carrick


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#0357 24” x 48” “Sunset and Seagulls” by Beverly Carrick

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ROAD TRIPS, VOLUME II, NUMBER IV—CAL EXPO AMPHITHEATER, SACRAMENTO, CA, MAY 26-27, 1993
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ROAD TRIPS, VOLUME III, NUMBER I—OAKLAND AUDITORIUM, OAKLAND, CA, DECEMBER 28, 1979
ROAD TRIPS, VOLUME III, NUMBER II—AUSTIN MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM, AUSTIN, TX, NOVEMBER 10, 1971
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ROAD TRIPS, VOLUME III, NUMBER III—THE FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK, NY, MAY 15, 1970
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#0358 30” x 40” “Sunset’s Fireworks” by Beverly Carrick


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