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j0nb0y
I have decided my alcohol intake has been excessive recently and have decided to cut right back, in fact, I thought I would do "stoptober" and not drink alcohol for a full month, longer if I feel any...
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ethandron
For us is: Starter...white wine from puglia Main...lasagne and garlic flatbreads from m&s Pud...strictly from BBC...
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Jahulaye
A friend told me she was having this yesterday and that made me think who the hell invented these weird combinations? Obviously some rich toff with much on their hands but the real question is why...
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iansterling
Hi all, I'm after a miller/grinder for flax seed, it is too light for all my mixers & blender, but too oily for my grinders & keeps clogging up. Any ideas please, thanx....
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Cloverjo
I've been a load of wild mushrooms and a recipe for mushroom soup, that uses a slow cooker. I don't have a slow cooker. Would it work as well to use a cast iron casserole dish on a low oven for a...
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Chipchopper
seems to be all the rage at the moment. Has anyone here tried it or recommend it ?...
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Barmaid
Am cooking supper for a good friend's birthday on Friday. Menu so far is looking like Fillet steak au gratin with garlic and rosemary roasted spuds and pea and edamame bean salad followed by homemade...
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jennyjoan
For a recipe that extra olive oil has to be used to a crumbed biscuit base wouldn't be my fancy - I don't think that I would like that taste so would use melted butter - would you. Or is oil ok.
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NoMercy
What, in your opinion, is the best biscuit in the universe? For an everyday biscuit, for texture and dunkability, you just can't beat a Jammie Dodger. However, for all-round awesomeness, I'm simply...
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cassa333
I have made a chilli and it is waaayyyy to hot. In fact you can still taste the spices. Any ideas on how to tame it a bit please? Thanks...
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jimbob236
Can I buy Mansfield butter in cans
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jennyjoan
I am noticing for quite some time and it is pretty off-putting that when I order Chicken Curry with rice etc. The Chinese produce this massive clear bag of chicken which bears the shape of small...
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EDDIE51
My wife has developed a liking for Latte coffee. Fed up with the cost of buying the sachets of instant Latte mix I decided to buy a milk steamer. But every time I try to use it ,it curdles the milk. I...
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I Love Snow
We are a family of four and are having a caravan holiday for 4 nights. Having never been in a caravan could anyone help me with easy and possibly cheap meals. I will take cereal and eggs for...
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trt
Apart from being ripped off, that you are ordering from a restaurant, how can these containers have the proper hygiene etc, and what happens if you are not happy with the food, can you send it back to...
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ethandron
It's that time of year again isn't it, comforting stews and casseroles bunged in the oven. I've been having a look through the freezer and found some packs of venison, and beef, so on Sunday I'm going...
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Samuraisan
I have made a Sheppard's pie for this evening, and want to make a broccoli dish as a side. Any ideas for a sauce ? My two grandchildren will be eating with us, 7 and 3.
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shivvy
I don't usually watch this programme but I came across it this evening on W channel and they were making a lot of vegetarian dishes that I would like to try. The programme was Episode 29 of Series 9....
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normchurch
does anyone know of any seafood places in hastings (east sussex) that offers fried oysters? thanks in advance.

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