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New Toy - Tefal Jam Maker
Tue 18-Jan-11
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paperman
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I have seen the same setting on mine as well but haven't used it and will probably leave that to someone else to try and report back please !!

I have reached an age where my train of thought often leaves the station without me...

Tue 18-Jan-11
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I've got it too, but destructions are in French, so not brave enough to try.

Tue 18-Jan-11
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But you are in France, don't you speak or read French?

I'll try that again!

Tue 18-Jan-11
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Can kinda speak it, reading for really hot things, tooooooooo scary

Tue 18-Jan-11
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Friendly bi-lingual neighbour?

I'll try that again!

Tue 18-Jan-11
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Or have a look on the manufacturers web site and download a pdf of the instruction sheets in English, most web sites have an English option on them.

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Tue 18-Jan-11
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See, I just knew that a man would come up with a sensible solution.  Thanks for that Chris.

I'll try that again!

Tue 18-Jan-11
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Now, what were we saying about cheese ?

TA: It is a joke !!!

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Tue 18-Jan-11
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I'll try that again!

Tue 18-Jan-11
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mrsmortis said:

Michelle from Oregon said:

I had never heard of such a toy, so I went looking for it. Is this it?

Poop, I blew the margins. Sorry TA!


 

That's the one. I think mine came from lakeland.

My mum has had one for a couple of years and I've been green with envy. If I use mine as much as she uses hers it'll be a good investment.


Wish someone would treat me to one and the Magimix Food Processor, I've been 'craving' for one of those for I don't know how long......cry

I'm still using an original Kenwood food mixer the first edition I think, with the pale blue on it, the motors on it's way out as it makes a dreadful noise, especially when I'm making bread, it is years old though, from the days when things were made to last!

I'm still using knives & steel from when I was 16 & went to catering college! I do look after things, so it's annoying when others don't, never mind, enough whingeing for one day! yawn 

Still haven't got my 'maslin' pan either, had one, someone borrowed it & I never got it back along with all my beautiful catering quality baking tins....They took me years to 'build up'.

Car test is due this month, then TV licence next month, I'm not likely to get one at all! yell What did I say about whingeing! Apologies.....

Until next time that is....I blame the weather, just when I thought it was improving, hard frost and bitterly cold winds again, the poor wee creatures & birds out in it all......

To think all this started with a jam maker & Magimix!......doh ponder wave 

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typhoo said:

I've got it too, but destructions are in French, so not brave enough to try.


if you like scan and send it to me and I'll translate it for you!smile
Thu 20-Jan-11
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Toffeeapple said:

Friendly bi-lingual neighbour?


 TA, we live in an area called The Cruese which is VERY rural, they don't even speak "proper" French, but a dialect called Patoi (Patwa), so that's a non-starter.  Last year we went with our friends to the annual village fete, Jim went to the beer tent for drinks, he asked for a vin rouge, no-one knew what he was asking for, they were showing him cider, white wine the lot, our friend went to help him (she is also our French teacher) as soon as she said vin rouge, there were gasps of AAHH vin rouge, comprende maintenant!!!! (understand now).  Some of them kinda look a bit odd too - lots of shell suits and pinnys, but thus far, have found everyone v helpful (when we can be understood!!)
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shelley said:

typhoo said:

I've got it too, but destructions are in French, so not brave enough to try.


if you like scan and send it to me and I'll translate it for you!smile

 

don't have scan facilities Shelley, but thanks for the offer, will look into the PDF English version Chris, thanks to you too.

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