I didn’t think of this recipe, I cribbed it from this book, but good luck finding that book unless you are in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Or perhaps you have a mum who went there and randomly bought it for you for as a present. Hum?
In the loaf I baked, I doubled up on all the quantities (because I had a large bottle of Chinese beer) and baked the bread on the BBQ. I think that warrants *a forked recipe (hum, github for recipes)? A The most important bit I reckon (my 1% contribution) is to shield the base of the baking tray from the direct flame of the barbeque.
They don’t really, I dont think.
They are comparable insofar as, I suppose, they have recipes and are about food, but Fork the Cookbook is ‘doing’ git most closely (the bit I thought was my unique million dollar idea!). Git a is distributed version control system that computer programmers use – GitHub is the most popular cloud manifestation of the git system.
Pretty good. Bit cakey. Bit like corn-bread. Easier to go the the bakers and just drink the beer.
- 2 bottles regular (330ml) beer. Or a large bottle of Chinese Pearl River if you randomly happen to have one.
- 6 cups of good, new self-raising flour
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 4 tablespoons of sugar
- Sunflower seeds on top, milk to glaze
As per photos. Barbeque (or oven I suppose) to 170C. Cooking time: 1 hour.