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  • While the water in the bottom of the double-boiler is coming to a boil, mix together the eggs, sugar and cocoa in the top half, of the (cold) double-boiler and then place it onto the bottom.

    2009 December « Mudpuddle

  • I bought a double-boiler, high-end espresso machine back in February and I'm brewing a pretty badass cuppa these days, but I can't quite perfect the art of making patterns in the latte froth (I'm pretty good at doing a flying spaghetti monster, but that's it).

    Boing Boing

  • Place the remaining fondant in a double-boiler and melt it over very low heat.

    2008 January « Baking History

  • "Counter Space" also includes pieces of popular kitchenware, including a glass double-boiler and an aluminum ice-cream scoop.

    Form Versus Function? Why Choose?

  • Prepare a double-boiler: quarter-fill a large saucepan with water and bring it to a boil.

    Daring Bakers - Dobos Torte

  • The wax needs diffuse heat from a double-boiler to best melt.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Place egg yolks, orange-flavored liqueur and 3 tablespoons sugar in double-boiler top.

    Dallas Blog, Daily News, Dallas Politics, Opinion, and Commentary FrontBurner Blog D Magazine » Blog Archive » Reader Needs A Moose

  • Strain into a metal or Pyrex bowl or double-boiler insert.

    Ratio

  • Strain into a saucepan or Pyrex bowl or double-boiler insert, pressing the solids to squeeze out the liquid.

    Ratio

  • If this has not sufficiently melted the chocolate, you can return it to a double-boiler to gently melt what remains. 20 seconds in the microwave, watching carefully, will also work.

    Archive 2009-03-01

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