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  custards101
Custards as we know them today date back to the Middle Ages when it was used as a filling for a flan or a tart.
Stirred custards or those cooked on the stovetop, WITHOUT starch are made on the stovetop in a double boiler or waterbath or in a heavy-bottomed pot, while baked custards are placed in a waterbath in the oven.
Custards contribute to a plain back drop and can be easily paired with various flavorings to create exciting and exotic variations on the basic theme.
www.baking911.com /custard/101_intro.htm   (4347 words)

  
 Anderson's ® Frozen Custard
Soon Carl felt that another move was needed in order to accommodate the bigger crowds, which gathered during summer evenings at their store.
Carl and Greta Anderson created a reputation for 'Beef on Weck' and Frozen Custard in the Western New York area that is unmatched, even today.
Soon there was no doubt that to get the best-frozen custard in Buffalo, one must go to Anderson's ®.
www.andersonscustard.com   (218 words)

  
 Toxic Custard - Contents - (Australian humour)
Grab a few classic Custard images to harass your colleagues and your mum.
Soon it'll be the time of year again for A Toxic Custard Christmas
Toxic Custard is best viewed using a combination of eyeballs and a browser that supports tables, table cell colours, fonts, animated GIFs and all those other funky things.
www.toxiccustard.com   (648 words)

  
  Halfbakery: Custard-Filled Speed Bumps
Merry Custard and a Hellman's Mayonnaise to all!
A custard outlet hose attached to a reciprocating injection needle will fill donuts as the vehical passes so that donuts are automatically filled, boxed and then slammed through the drivers window with a prepackaged hot coffee for each 6 donuts generated.
It is then connected to a custard pump to inflate the bump for speeders, or deflate it to negligibility (I hope that's a word) for moderate drivers.
www.halfbakery.com /idea/Custard-Filled_20Speed_20Bumps   (3771 words)

  
  Custard Apple
Custard apple seedlings are frequently used as rootstocks for the soursop, sugar apple and atemoya.
The custard apple has the advantage of cropping in late winter and spring when the preferred members of the genus are not in season.
Custard apple wood is yellow, rather soft, fibrous but durable, moderately close-grained, with a specific gravity of 0.650.
www.hort.purdue.edu /newcrop/morton/custard_apple.html   (1618 words)

  
 Custard Information
Depending on how much egg or thickener is used, custard may vary in consistency from a thin pouring sauce (crème anglaise), to a thick blancmange like that used for vanilla slice or the pastry cream used to fill éclairs.
Custard is an important part of dessert recipes from many countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Australia.
Custard is usually cooked in a double boiler (bain-marie) or heated very gently on the stove in a saucepan, though custard can also be steamed or baked in the oven with or without a hot water bath.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Custard   (343 words)

  
 New Window - Waitrose.com - Glossary Term - Custard   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Custard is a distinctive creamy yellow colour and can range in thickness from a single cream pouring consistency to a thick, spoonable sauce.
Ready-made custard is sold in cartons (a low fat version can also be bought), ready-made canned custard is available, and custard powder (a mixture of cornflour, sugar and flavourings) can also be bought (this is made up with milk), instant custard is sold in 3-portion sachets (this is made up with boiling water).
Custard powder should be stored in a cool, dry place for up to 1 year, with the lid firmly sealed (always use a dry spoon when removing powder from the tin).
www.waitrose.com /frontend/popups/rec_gloss.asp?uidstr=130   (348 words)

  
 Eggs From A To Z - Custard
Stirred custard, also known as soft custard sauce or, erroneously, boiled custard, is cooked on top of the range to a creamy, but pourable consistency.
Baked custard is cooked in a water bath in the oven and has a firm, but delicate, gel-like consistency.
This is the minimum ratio of eggs to milk which will produce a properly thickened custard, although as many as 4 eggs may be used and the sugar may be increased to 4 tablespoons.
www.georgiaeggs.org /pages/custard.html   (240 words)

  
 Pots de Creme History and Information
Pots de Creme refers to both the custard dessert as well as the small lidded pots this dessert is served in.
The custard should then be strained through a fine sieve to remove any bits of egg or chocolate not properly incorporated.
The custard is baked in a low to moderate oven for about 20 minutes.
www.gourmetsleuth.com /pdcinfo.htm   (524 words)

  
 Custard's Last Stand
Custard’s Last Stand has never skimped on the finest ingredients to insure the best tasting frozen custard be served.
One thing that distinguishes Custard's Last Stand from others is the fact that for over 15 years of continued success, CLS customers have realized our commitment to quality and service.
Frozen custard is similar to homemade ice cream because of the ingredients and the freshness.
www.custardslaststand.com /history.htm   (1033 words)

  
 Information About Custard Apples
Custard Apples are a sub-tropical deciduous tree belonging to the Annonaceae family.
Custard Apple trees are large and spreading, shaded by large, green drooping leaves.
A custard apple is ripe when you gently squeeze it and it gives slightly under your hand.
www.custardapple.com.au /info.php   (407 words)

  
 Custard Glossary - Types of Custard - Custard Terms, Terminology, Definitions, Dictionary - Bavarian Cream, Creme ...
Custard as we know it dates back to the Middle Ages, when it was used as a filling for a flan or a tart.
Custards are prepared in two ways: stirred or cooked on top of the stove, or baked in the oven.
Custard: Custard is a range of preparations based on milk and eggs, thickened with heat.
www.thenibble.com /reviews/main/desserts/all-about-custard.asp   (2505 words)

  
 Cooking Light - Dreamy Custard - Healthy Recipes and Menus
Homemade custards are simple to prepare, and once you try our tempting lineup of silky desserts, you'll find their flavors and versatility can't be matched by the boxed variety.
For most stovetop custards, this steady cooking is accomplished by tempering (gently introducing hot liquids to cool eggs) and constant stirring to prevent overheating.
Baked custards are usually cooked in a water bath to ensure gradual, even hands-off cooking and creamy results that more than justify the effort.
www.cookinglight.com /cooking/fd/features/package/0,14343,1215601,00.html   (577 words)

  
 All Easy Cooking recipes for flan, custard, and pudding
Custard is cooked when knife inserted 1 inch from edge comes out clean and center is thickened, but not set.
Custard should be made ahead and should be chilled before using.
For custard sauces for cakes, etc. Thin to desired consistency with 1 1/2 to 2 cups milk.
www.nancyskitchen.com /custard_recipes.htm   (1902 words)

  
 BBC - Northern Ireland - Living World
Custard looks up at Tania before he makes his way out to sea.
Custard has made an amazing recovery from his neck injury and was was moved into the big pond on the 16th of February.
Custard had become entangled in a fishing net and had a deep wound around his neck.
www.bbc.co.uk /northernireland/livingworld/sealwatch/latestrescue16_custard.shtml   (241 words)

  
 Custard
A perfect trifle should be a rich confection of fruit, light sponge, alcohol, real egg custard and whipped cream.
The recipe has altered little over the centuries - at one time the custard was topped with syllabub and fruit has not always been added.
For special occasions add a can of well drained fruit to the jelly, pipe onto the custard and spinkle with toasted almonds or crushed amaretto biscuits.
www.britishdelights.com /trifle.htm   (122 words)

  
 CMT.com : Custard : Biography
Custard is an Australian group combining the intelligent pop of Pavement and the Pixies with the humor of
Custard insisted on "Bedford" being used from the "Buttercup" sessions, and, therefore, Gastanked, Custard 's debut RA EP, consists of one pre-record company track and five new tracks.
Singer David McCormack, the man mainly responsible for Custard's songs and style, formed a new group, the Titanics, an extension of Custard and all the solo performances and side projects he indulged in throughout the Custard years.
www.cmt.com /artists/az/custard_1_/bio.jhtml   (669 words)

  
 Custard Apple
Custard apple trees grow abundantly in coastal and lowland areas throughout South and Central America, Mexico, and Africa; they are also cultivated in California, Spain, Australia, the West Indies, and India.
Custard apples are generally eaten raw, as cooking alters the flavor.
Once cut, custard apple should be sprinkled with citrus juice to prevent discoloration.
www.publix.com /wellness/notes/Display.do?id=Food_Guide&childId=Mexican_Custard_Apple   (327 words)

  
 The Food Timeline: history notes--puddings
At that time custard was eaten alone or used as fillings for pies, tarts, pastry, etc. Flan is probably the the most famous and widely adapted custard dessert in the world.
Custard was much used in the Middle Ages as a filling and a binder for other fillings in the flans and tarts which were highly popular at the time and for long afterwards.
The Custard is topped with a layer of sugar (usually brown) which is then caramelized by use of a salamander or under a grill.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodpuddings.html   (16017 words)

  
 VH1.com : Custard : Biography - Urge Music Downloads
Custard is an Australian group combining the intelligent pop of Pavement and the Pixies with the humor of
Custard insisted on "Bedford" being used from the "Buttercup" sessions, and, therefore, Gastanked, Custard 's debut RA EP, consists of one pre-record company track and five new tracks.
Singer David McCormack, the man mainly responsible for Custard's songs and style, formed a new group, the Titanics, an extension of Custard and all the solo performances and side projects he indulged in throughout the Custard years.
www.vh1.com /artists/az/custard_1_/bio.jhtml   (677 words)

  
 Custard - Official Website of the german Power Metal Band Custard
Custard released a very personal text regarding guitarist Karsten, who recently left the band after 18 years due to family-reasons.
Custard is confirmed for the WNT-Festival, 24.01.2004, in Oeventrop near Arnsberg (G) as the first headliner for this 2-day festival.
Custard are confirmed for the "Bauernhof-Festival" in Marl.
www.custard.de /news.php?lang=en   (3451 words)

  
 Making and Storing Custard Pie
The delicate custard can't bake at the higher temperature that is required to make a golden brown, flaky crust.
Because the filling continues to set after it is removed from the oven, a custard pie is done if the amount of liquid in the center is smaller than a quarter.
Custard pies don't maintain a smooth, creamy texture if frozen.
www.bhg.com /mwl/story.jhtml?storyid=/templatedata/bhg/story/data/cookingschool_makingandstoringcustoardpies_09282002.xml&catref=bcat463&psrc=storyrl   (177 words)

  
 Nestlé - Curdled or Broken Custard   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I don't understand when cooking custard for pie filling the directions say to cook till the custard is curdled and breaks.
In a normal custard all the components are held together in a smooth cream.
I am a little surprised by a recipe that calls for a curdled or broken custard in its preparation as this is normally considered a fault in custard preparation.
www.nestle.com /Interest_Areas/Cooking/Ask_Expert/All_Ask_Expert/Desserts/Curdled+or+Broken+Custard.htm?wbc_purpose=Basic&WBCMODE=PresentationUnpublish   (191 words)

  
 Recipe: Chai latte egg custard
Sinclair suggests the custards be served with a little whipped cream and sprinkled with cinnamon.
Bake 35 to 40 minutes or until custards are almost set in the center, and a knife inserted near the center comes out clean, although it will be wet.
After custards are cooled they should be refrigerated.
www.startribune.com /436/v-print/story/873006.html   (501 words)

  
 More Recipes Like Custard Pie I - All Recipes
Eggs, milk, sugar, and a bit of vanilla turn magically into a thick, creamy custard pie that can be whipped up in an hour.
The custard is sweet and creamy and bakes up perfectly.
A bit of nutmeg is sprinkled on the top and it 's baked until the custard is set.
www.allrecipes.com /Recipe/Custard-Pie-I/MoreRecipesLikeThis.aspx   (396 words)

  
 The Dairy Godmother: What is Frozen Custard?
Genuine frozen custard has at least 1.4% egg yolk (pasteurized) and at least 10% milkfat, and is made in a special machine created for producing frozen custard only.
As you watch, the frozen custard is pushed through (extruded) out the front of the machine and into a waiting bucket, ready to be served.
By comparison, soft-serve custards, yogurts, and ice creams are made using what is known as a batch freezer, where the mixture remains in the machine and the overrun is as much as 100%.
www.thedairygodmother.com /whatis.asp   (289 words)

  
 Caramel Custard Recipe from Betty Crocker
Divide sugar syrup among six 6-ounce custard cups; tilt cups to coat bottoms.
To unmold, carefully loosen side of custard with knife or small spatula.
Custards are pretty easy to make, but they need a little tender loving care when they bake.
www.bettycrocker.com /Recipes/Recipe.aspx?recipeId=37045&MSCSProfile=3C79F0C7EA3162B275E73B07A66925F4EAE30B34AB65E1EF7240136B25C11B8EE5041DDFE4EF3AE395AA959C4D66D631902736CAAF6A56045D29FD222F73B5B0F00040A225FE099365DF96446ACB1DD154C49270209A992B377FE0F55A958219276AF8C6939D2290D806F9C1EC7D1214841297D0308E4D77BF316144D0235606   (255 words)

  
 RecipeSource: Maple Custard Supreme
glass custard cups, tilting and rotating each to coat bottom.
To serve, loosen custard edges with knife; invert onto serving plate.
Custard is done when set 1 inch from edge and center is thickened but not set.
www.recipesource.com /desserts/maple-custard-supreme1.html   (371 words)

  
 OnMilwaukee.com Dining: Frozen custard guide
It may be Brew City, but custard is no small matter in Milwaukee, where everyone has his or her own favorite custard stand.
We're not going to tell you which custard stand is the best, because as previously mentioned, it is clearly a matter of taste (and because we're looking to avoid an all-out brawl).
Custard is king, of course, but we also love "Those Things," which are exclusive Gilles treats made with vanilla custard on top of a homemade peanut cookie and then dipped in chocolate.
www.onmilwaukee.com /dining/articles/custardguide.html   (678 words)

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