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Tips and tricks - main meals
Thu 20-Jan-11
3:18 pm
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OdelleS
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dog Hi Suky, welcome, loved your idea, if it works, as it obviously did well done you!
 

I would never have thought of that!  I know that adding an egg binds mix together & mixing some minced turkey, pork to beef mincemeat tends to keep them moist, your idea sounds good, don't have to buy any other meat to add to the mix.

As for 'talking to strangers', whilst shopping, no it's not just you, it happens to me all the time!  At least we know we're approachable, or what-ever, friendly, or just give out the correct 'vibes' to people, it's nice though isn't it, and amazing what tips you manage to find out!

Look forward to hearing from you again,

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Thu 20-Jan-11
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Hi Budo,
 

Yes, it's a great meat tenderiser, amazing that the natural enzymes in fruit can be so powerful, nature at it's best!

The same thing happens when 'perming hair', totally different subject, the same thing happens, the perm solution breaks the protein bonds, the perming rods, shape the 'curl', and the neutraliser process, re-sets the bonds in to the new curled shaped, all this is chemically induced, not as clever as what nature can do, I imagine that's how perming solution was first discovered.

A great reminder, thank-you. smile

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Sun 23-Jan-11
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Hattie said:

Can you give me any advice or tips on cooking slices of lambs liver in my new halogen oven. 


 

Hi Hattie - Brent (The Guerrilla Griller) is quite correct. Any oven is not suitable for thin, delicate cuts.

So flash frying is the way to go.

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Tue 3-Sep-19
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I like these recipes

Zucchini is one of my favorite vegetables. The taste of cooked zucchini is pleasantly soft. Its texture is soft, but not soft, if cooked correctly, it’s crusty peel and spongy inside, and its taste is a little squash, with some floral notes and some sweetness to it. but nothing overwhelming! How To Cook Zucchini On Stove

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Here's the perfect simple pea salad recipe for you to use. Crispy onions, fresh vegetables, tart mayonnaise and savory cold meats. Delicious! Alternatively, you can add cool eggs to it. Pea Salad With Canned Peas

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Thank you so much for these recipes - they look absolutely delish! We call them courgettes over in the UK but they still taste the same! Have you tried this recipe? It's very tasty, freezes well and I have made it several times - https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4716/creamy-courgette-lasagne. If the link doesn't work for you try it on google.co.uk

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