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hammerman
I was given a tin of chick peas. Any suggestions what i can do with them? (polite answers only ;-D)
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LadyCG
And what's your favourite? I couldn't choose between the two. Meat-wise I prefer pork and lamb but I do like Foie Gras for my sins. When it comes to fish I love salmon and halibut. I love a nice steak...
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ethandron
Anyone got their own favourite recipe for the above they’d care to share? I had no idea most of the recipes have potato in them, not a problem, just a surprise. In the past I’ve just bunged in all...
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hardy49
If I cook a ham joint can I warm up slices later on ? We have visitors this weekend and I am trying to get meals prepared beforehand
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jadyn
Why are all those distinctive circular stamps missing from the Fray bentos corned beef tins nowadays. Seem to be made in Scotland now too.
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237SJ
Fancied fish and chips tonight - oven chips and a piece of salmon with lemon. I had Harry Ramsden's mushy peas and they didn't taste of much, to he honest. Are there any nicer ones around?
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homedeeth
Courtesy of my local foodbank, i received a kilo bag of rock hard sugar. Its one big solid lump. Other than using it as a doorstop, how can i get it to its normal granulated state?...
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sherrardk
I’m putting some chorizo in a pasta thing (recipe discovered on FB and picture not great) - do I slice it or cube it? (I’m not overly bothered as I’m not eating it (I don’t generally eat pasta...
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ethandron
Does anyone make this and have a tried and tested recipe they could give me? There are plenty of recipes on line but I’d prefer a personally recommended one. Our good friend EcclesCake used to make...
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MWG14
Our local Tesco has stopped stocking our two favourite cereals. Does anyone know which supermarkets do sell them?...
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jack daniels
Good evening Abers, just wanted to share that I tried this wine and thought it was really nice Picpoul white wine, it's available in most supermarkets and average price seems to be £7-8 a bottle....
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sherrardk
I’m going to do a chorizo pasta that’s seasoned with Cajun spices - what bread-based side dish can I serve with it (boy #1 is eating me out of house and home with all of his training)....
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cleoval
Hi, i have just bought an omelette maker but it didn't come with recipes for it. Can anybody kindly give me some please.? Thanks.
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ethandron
We do love our veggies but I get a bit fed up with the same old same old and do like to try something different. Tonight we’re having Italian roasted cauliflower which basically means roasted...
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jennyjoan
Just recently I have bought a 10" pizza from the pizza places - just a few - barely nothing on them - definitely not the worth the money However got one made in a supermarket that had 5 massive...
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Vimto
Does anyone remember Rilson's family-run café in Southport? It was in a quiet street near to the baths between the Promenade and Lord Street. I used to visit it with my Mother in the 1950's. It had...
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Chipchopper
Watching 'Great British railway journeys' on tv earlier, someone claimed that Marmite works as a good mosquito repellent. Anyone know it this is true ? ps I do like all yeast extracts BTW....
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ummmm
Is there anyway of keeping them tasty once gone cold? I'm cooking a big pot of soup for a homeless charity and they've asked me if I could do roast potatoes. Not a problem but how do I keep them...
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ilovemarkb
I'm trying to focus on healthy eating. Trying to have meals that contain protein, fibre and healthy fats. I'm told to keep away from low fat yogurts that a laden with artificial sweeteners. Confused...
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chokkie
Hi foodie Abers out there .... I've just found a recipe for a slow-cooked casserole of beef rib trim (the bits of meat inbetween the ribs). Very rich and fatty of course, but no doubt delicious and...

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