I learned, from the New York Times Magazine, that the corrugated edges on your can of jellied cranberry sauce, the very ones that exist to reinforce the can but also serve decorate your can-shaped blob of sauce, have a name! They are called “beads”.
Happy Thanksgiving from JanesLessonsLearned!
I have learned, from the good people at the King Arthur Flour Baking Hotline, what to do when you have to run out in the middle of making/rising bread!
It turns out that you can punch down the dough (the most fun part anyway), stick it in the fridge, and pick it up later where you left off.
I also learned, for the second time, how great those expert bakers are with their free and earnest advice!
Here is the proof of this valuable lesson, bread for Maddy using her own traditional recipe, also from King Arthur!