I woke up this morning lookin’ in the mirror
Thinkin’ to myself that I should probably be thinner
Vorrei si potessero cancellare i chiletti di troppo con una gomma… come si cancella un tratto di matita… ma non si può e… non smetto di amare il cioccolato, per cui, almeno, voglio dirvi che, tra Lindt e Novi, the winner is……. oddio aspetta che controllo se mi hanno dato la busta giusta XD
No, seriously. I tried Lindt 99% too, but the real winner is Novi 88%. Lindt 90% is less bitter then Novi 88% and this doesn’t make it right. Davvero, dopo aver mangiato Novi 88%, il Lindt 90% proprio non regge il confronto. I’m sorry dudes, at Lindt, you must do something. I also tried Novi with lemon and ginger and it’s really good. My ideal would be Novi 88% with lemon and ginger… I think it would be great, like Ed song.
Once Khan of Bukhara asked his advisers, why the bread is taken from Samarkand to Bukhara, if they could bake it in Bukhara. He was told that bread would be tasty if it was baked only in Samarkand, but the khan did not believe the advisers and ordered to bring Samarkand bakers to Bukhara. The order was carried out. Khan sent people to Samarkand to find the best baker in the city and ordered him to bake bread in Bukhara. But the bread turned out different than it was expected. Advisers decided that the case was in the ingredients and brought from Samarkand a tandyr oven, flour, water, but even then the bread differed from Samarkand one. Then the baker said: “Probably the case is in the air.” But it was impossible to transport the air, and soon the baker was allowed to return home, and people began to carry bread from Samarkand as before.
250 gr flour
3-4 gr brewer’s yeast
Rising: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Oven: 210°C for 10-15 minutes
Do you know what happens during that hour and a half when you leave the dough rising ? There is a symphony inside, and a dance. The yeast start dancing with the flour and the water, and their energy expands… like music. Nobody can make the same music as someone else. You have to do your own music, your own dance, your own bread.