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emmie
Mine usually come out slightly dry and not what i can buy in a restaurant, has anyone got a blow by blow recipe how to cook the perfect roasties. including what to cook them in....
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shivvy
I have recently been given a lot of cheese and need to freeze some of it. One piece is a hard cheese and the other 2 are softer cheeses. What is the best way to freeze it eg how to wrap it? I have the...
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diddlydo
Am I the only person left who only ever makes proper tea i.e. from loose tea leaves instead of horrid teabags? The only place for the latter is when in self-catering accommodation abroad and there's...
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rockyracoon
Due to my op, I can't eat meat or bread for at least six weeks and food has to be quite soft with no firm lumps. I've made myself some sweet potato and coconut milk soup, got mashed potatoes in the...
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innocentkiss1
I need data for my statistics project, so I want to know everyone's opinion: How many pizza rolls do you eat before stopping?...
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pastafreak
...And came out with 2 kinds of halloumi ( basil,and chillies), stuffed vine leaves, Greek anchovies, Greek lentils with veg, basil infused olive oil, feta with herbs, Italian porchetta ham ...And 2...
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ethandron
Popped into M&S today for a browse, came out with a load of summer clothes and two of their £6 meal deals. The £6 deal is the same as the £10 one minus wine...a main, a side dish and a pud. So...
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tinkerbell23
Looking for a nice bottle of white for a specia occasion! Was going to try a chateauneuf du pape blanc but having trouble finding some! I am NO wine buff... but i love the stuff! I love citrus...
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bednobs
it's a chocolate cake - 8oz flour sugar butter and 4 eggs in one tin (not sure of size but mixture comes 1/2 way up) in a non fan oven at 80 degrees
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mallyh
why is it you can cook some sausages from frozen but others say defrost thoroughly x
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ladywoman
I have the chance of acquiring an electric AGA. Does anyone know how economical they are to use. Thanks
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bednobs
hi, due to arthritis in my hands, i have a lot of trouble chopping things. I find myself buying pre-chopped onions/carrots to avoid having to chop veg. Is there such a thing as an onion dicer that's...
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Prudie
in my window boxes? Just watching masterchef.
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Bazile
My choice at this particular instant would be , not in any particular order - Snickers Toffee crisp Lion Bar Kit Kat ( after being in the fridge ) Surprise to see Snickers so far down the list ....
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hiflier
The other day on a radio 4 programme about sugar, mention was made of a 'safe' artificial sweetener derived from a natural product - wood I think. Its name was something like xylenol (xylo is derived...
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taichiperson
Help! I've promised my family lamb for Easter Sunday and I've never cooked it before (hubby is vegetarian). I don't like messing around with bones or handling meat too much, so any easy recipe would...
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arjay
I am trying to find a UK retail supplier of the sugar substitute sucralose whichch is sold under the brand name of Splenda. This is said to be 600 times sweeter than sugar and is suitable for use by...
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Chipchopper
Anyone seen these around in the shops ? Cheers.....
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masma
Can anyone recommend an electric soup maker please? I'd like to buy my daughter one but am confused as to which one....
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tamaris
in WHITE. Must be £50 or under, for a student. Any ideas ?...

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