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Make your own hot-wire or styrofoam cutter
Make your own hot-wire or styrofoam cutter
Dont go to Jacobs online. Service is terrible

Comment #19162 posted on april 22th 2018 at 23:36 by Jet.
All the videos on the site
All the videos on the site
By checking out the right page: Make your own hot-wire or styrofoam cutter

Comment #19155 posted on april 21th 2018 at 06:03 by jh.
All the videos on the site
All the videos on the site
How do i make my own Styrofoam cutter?

Comment #19154 posted on april 20th 2018 at 21:46 by Astrid.
The amateur baker
The amateur baker
Hi,
I'm not sure to understand what is a shoe sole, sorry, and Google translate told me about real shoe only, I guess this not your aim?
Would it be, possibly, a kind of flat pastry, made with puff pastry? If so, it could be this recipe : apple semelles (flat apple tarts)?
Come back to me if I'm wrong.

Comment #19142 posted on april 17th 2018 at 20:58 by jh.
The amateur baker
The amateur baker
Hi, I was trying to get your recipe for shoe soles. For some reason I can’t search it on your web page:(.

Comment #19141 posted on april 17th 2018 at 19:17 by Angela.
Flours
Flours
Hello,
I think the best choice for pasta is to use a french T55 or T65 (you have here a recipe of fresh pasta dough).
But if you are happy with a bit "rough" flours you can go higher to T80, I'm afraid that beyond that value it will make a curious, but probably tasty and coloured, pasta.

Comment #19106 posted on april 5th 2018 at 13:26 by jh.
Flours
Flours
Hello, I would like to make my own pasta here in France, which flour type should I use? In the UK we would use 00. I am happy to make white and brown / whole grain pasta. Apologies if this has already been answered, I read through the threads but couldn’t find the information.

Comment #19105 posted on april 5th 2018 at 08:16 by Kate.
The Holy Grail of French bakers
The Holy Grail of French bakers
Thank you Daniela!

Comment #19098 posted on april 3rd 2018 at 18:34 by jh.
Confectioner's custard (Crème pâtissière, or French pastry cream)
Confectioner's custard (Crème pâtissière, or French pastry cream)
If you keep it in a closed jar in the fridge, several days.

Comment #19097 posted on april 3rd 2018 at 18:34 by jh.
Confectioner's custard (Crème pâtissière, or French pastry cream)
Confectioner's custard (Crème pâtissière, or French pastry cream)
How far in advance can i make this?

Comment #19093 posted on april 1st 2018 at 13:20 by Alison.