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Suggestions and Complaints / Re sauce bottles
« on: October 30, 2010, 10:22:00 pm »
Not sure if i have posted in the right spot her, but just wondering if anyone knows of a good place to buy sauce bottles in southern Tasmania. I am planning some nice sauces for Christmas gifts, and hoping to buy some good looking matching bottles to put them in. We don't eat much sauce here (except tomato in plastic bottles), so don't have many empties!

Desserts / Pigs bum pudding
« on: August 24, 2010, 02:35:01 am »
[b) name pigs bum pudding: from Nigella Lawson how to eat book, converted
Number of People:6 pr more
Ingredients: 100g rhubarb chopped into 4 cm pieces
125 g of sugar plus 1 tablespoon
125 g self raising flour
125 g soft butter
2 eggs
1 heaped teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
Approximate 3 tablespoons milk

Butter a round bowl and set aside. Place rhubarb and tablespoon of sugar in  *: and cook aroma temp speed 4 for about 5 minutes or until  cooked to a pulp. Set aside to cool.
Put everything else except the milk in the  *: and blend on speed 4 for 1 minute to make a smooth batter. Add the rhubarb and  mix on speed 2 for 10 secs or so. Add the milk a tablespoon or so at a time until smooth and soft. At this point Nigella suggest you dip in a spoon and taste it, not because it achieves anything, but just because she loves the taste!
Pour into bowl, and steam in varoma basket ( no need to cover the pudding bowl) for about an hour. Test with a skewer after about 40 minutes. I have a picture, but will have to post from my other computer. I have made this many times ( only once in the thermomix) and each time is a little different. This time I cooked twice as much rhubarb and served it over the top to make it more rhubarby. It's great with some custard too. I'm sorry i messed up the formatting at the beginning of the post too, first time adding a recipe here!




Recipe Requests / Matzoh ball soup
« on: August 18, 2010, 11:13:05 pm »
I enjoyed this at a great Jewish deli in NYC and wondering if anyone has a good recipe for it. I have sourced matzoh ball mix, and am keen to give it a try, but worried about being disappointed by the result

Introduce Yourself / Re hi from Hobart Tasmania
« on: August 09, 2010, 11:16:45 pm »
Hi quick message to introduce myself! I'm Tammy, mum of two, nurse and TM owner of 4 months or so. I am interested in sharing recipes and tips, I made the swirly ham rolls yesterday and loved them, will take me a while to work my way through everything her I think!

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