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 on: Today at 07:16:22 PM 
Started by Sobriquea - Last post by Sobriquea
@astarra: after my two girls moved out a couple of years ago it's only my husband and me left to cook for. I treated myself to the TM 31 three years ago after 10 years using the TM 21. I use first thing it every morning to prepare a Swiss style muesli (Bircher Muesli), then in the evening to cook supper but not every night I have to admit, I also like cooking in the old fashioned way on the stove or in a slow cooker but it is often useful when preparing meals. At the weekends I do a lot of baking, being a 'cake person'.

 on: Today at 03:29:10 PM 
Started by JuicyFruit - Last post by Tasty
Made this from her website as my daughter was getting a cold. I didn't realise how long it took to make chicken stock (I used the minimum 3 hour method) and didn't wait for it to cool as had no time. The chicken just fell off the bone after this so easy to cut up for soup.

This soup is too spicy for little ones but just right for me and hubby (using one red chilli with half seeds kept in). Such a lovely, warming Asian flavour to it - perfect for winter! The fresh stuff added at the end gives it an extra spice too which might be too much for some.

Will upload photo soon but will definitely make again. This time I will make the stock a day ahead.

 on: Today at 01:49:37 PM 
Started by maddy - Last post by judydawn
Gotta love a book like that Denise  Grin

 on: Today at 01:48:48 PM 
Started by pennyp - Last post by judydawn
Yes, I love the prawn one too - haven't tried the pumpkin one yet.

Another favourite of mine is Chookie's Sage & Pepper Risotto - ingredients always on hand here for that recipe.  It's so tasty for so few ingredients.

 on: Today at 01:48:19 PM 
Started by maddy - Last post by Cornish Cream
It's a lovely book Judy and I think I will cook a fair few.Holly uses everyday ingredients that most people will have in their cupboards or very easy to purchase in any supermarket Grin

 on: Today at 01:46:19 PM 
Started by CarolineW - Last post by judydawn
Get the girls to cut out some circles of baking paper for the bottom of the muffin pans for next time astarra  Wink

 on: Today at 01:45:43 PM 
Started by ElsieD - Last post by ElsieD
Thank you!  I have the recipe and will make it.  I will post my results and thank you all.

 on: Today at 01:44:13 PM 
Started by maddy - Last post by judydawn
Sounds nice Denise, are you going to do many of the recipes do you think?

 on: Today at 01:42:36 PM 
Started by JulieO - Last post by judydawn
Me too.  So it's just plain wholemeal flour not bakers wholemeal?

 on: Today at 01:42:08 PM 
Started by maddy - Last post by Cornish Cream
I've been very naughty and bought another cookbook Roll Eyes I spent yesterday afternoon in the garden thoroughly enjoying reading it. Grin
Recipes from a Normal Mum.
Chance on the other hand spent the time digging holes in the ground.He must have a least twelve scattered around the garden Roll Eyes 

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