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Offline K Atie

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Re: What are you cooking today?
« Reply #36885 on: November 27, 2022, 10:53:41 am »
Judy well done very organised. Made a cheat Aldi brownie slice for dessert tonight .

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« Reply #36886 on: November 27, 2022, 12:21:36 pm »
Lovely Judy. I made some Mini Panettone from this site. I made them mini, mini.
I also made a Paleo fruit cake from Quirky Jo’s site and soaked fruit for another couple of cakes.
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« Reply #36887 on: November 27, 2022, 12:54:27 pm »
Thanks ladies. Cookie I made the panettone recipe on here many years ago and took them to my neighbours whilst they were still warm. It was lovely, leftovers make great B & B puddings too. Love your mini, mini ones.
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« Reply #36888 on: November 27, 2022, 06:30:52 pm »
Still experimenting with recipes for Xmas day - latest try was leek and mushroom pie, not bad; it is definitely a contender.  Helps that it is very quick and easy!
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« Reply #36889 on: Today at 04:50:45 am »
Still experimenting with recipes for Xmas day - latest try was leek and mushroom pie, not bad; it is definitely a contender.  Helps that it is very quick and easy!

Like you Marina I am still testing recipes for our GD.  Your leek & mushroom pie caught my eye and I was wondering if the filling is soft or firm.  The reason I ask is that I want to make a pithivier for her, it's like a round pasty/pie.  It has a roast pumpkin & spinach filling and I would like to put some sort of mushroom base under the pumpkin but am not sure if it would make the pastry to soggy.  I was hoping to get it made the day before rather than cook it on the day.  Thanks for any suggestions.
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