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Questions? Technical Issues? The Survival Guide / Energy use
« on: August 25, 2013, 08:17:42 am »
Did you know that even when your TM has gone to sleep(standby mode screen gone blank) it is still using electricity?  It certainly does. This might be obvious to some but not others. It is good practice to unplug after use any way but also this will save you money.
The question I have is why hasn't Vorverk put an on off control? In this day and age where we should be saving energy and the continuous comments from sales that the TM saves money from the food budget...............

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Promote your non-Thermomix business here / machine embroidery UK
« on: June 21, 2013, 03:47:18 pm »
My partner and I are able to provide a machine embroidery service www.atamorecreations.com
We can embroider on almost anything textile based, from chefs jackets, aprons, tea towels (all of which would be of interest to TM users and demonstrators).
This is something new that we are starting small and hoping to get big, but todate we have done some quite reasonable sized business orders and a lot of commissioned pieces. We can source all textile items at excellent prices, images and text can be added to your items.
If you would like something special for someone special then please contact us we would love to hear from you.

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Main Dishes / Thai Lemon and Sesame Chicken
« on: June 19, 2013, 03:25:08 pm »
Name of Recipe: Thai Lemon and Sesame Chicken
Number of People: 2 as a side dish
Ingredients:

2cups seasonal vegetables sugar snap peas, mini corn, broccoli etc.
1 tablespoon fresh ginger finely chopped
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon mirin or chinese wine
1 tablespoon oyster sauce or vegetarian stir fry sauce
1 teaspoon sesame oil
2 teaspoons white sugar
juice and zest of 1 lemon or lemon juice about 4 teaspoons
1 large chicken breast, sliced in large pieces
1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds, to garnish
2 spring onions, finely sliced to garnish

Method:
Place the vegetables evenly into the base of the varoma, place the lid on top and set aside.
Put the ginger, soy sauce, vegetable oil, mirin, oyster sauce, sesame oil, sugar, lemon juice and zest into the TM bowl at cook for 2 minutes/varoma/speed 1.
Add the sliced chicken breast to TM bowl. Varoma on top and cook for 6 minutes/varoma/reverse/Speed 1. You can also use the whisk to keep it moving!

Transfer to a serving plate and garnish with sesame seeds and sliced spring onions. Serve with steamed  rice.


Tip: I use the whole of the ginger  I don't peel it. Also I save a few little slices to add as a garnish as well.

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Chit Chat / BBC Good Food Magazine
« on: October 04, 2011, 06:27:27 am »
The current issue of the BBC Good Food Magazine has a 'free' silicone spatular which is ideal for cleaning the TM bowl. The magazine is excellent too!

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Chit Chat / Vacuum Sealing for freezing, cooking and refrigeration
« on: August 16, 2011, 09:32:56 am »
I have been an avid user of a simple vacuum sealer for many years, I have even developed a way of using a balloon pump to enable me to extract the air from standard bags prior to tape sealing them. However I have just treated myself to a 'posh' seal-a-meal machine which is excellent for standard sealing but can also be used for creating your own ready meal type boil/heat in the bag but with the advantage of home cooked food!
Does anyone else have any hints, tips or experience of this type of equipment?  Love to hear from anyone about this.

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Suggestions and Complaints / TM icons
« on: June 01, 2011, 12:13:52 pm »
Hi I am trying to get hold of some good quality images of the the following icons to use when I produce recipes  :: :-: *: ^^
I have 'googled' them and not found any. Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance. :)

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Introduce Yourself / Converted owner!
« on: May 31, 2011, 04:23:43 pm »
Hi I am pleased to say that at long last I have been converted!  Yes I am upgrading from a very old TM3300 which has done sterling service over the years to a new TM31! It was ordered today and should arrive tomorrow, hold the front page, I can't wait.!!!!
But what should be the first thing we should cook in our new TM31? ??? ???

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Questions? Technical Issues? The Survival Guide / adverts
« on: May 07, 2011, 02:35:13 pm »
please can I ask why there is a need to have some of the 'inappropriate' and 'suggestive' graphics in the adverts which run on the right hand side of the home page?
Is it me or do other people find them a) tasteless and b) inappropriately suggestive?
Sorry forum moderators but I really do!

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Recipe Requests / TM camping
« on: April 29, 2011, 12:22:43 pm »
I am in the process of putting together an e book of recipes, tips and ideas for using the TM while camping and caravanning. If you have any tips, hints, ideas or recipes I would love to hear from you and if your idea etc is used I will willingly acknowledge you in the finished e book.
This message is being sent while camping, and cooking tomato and pepper soup for lunch using a TM3300
Tim

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News about Thermomix / Thermomix on TV
« on: March 08, 2011, 11:30:41 am »
Just seen TH31 being used on Iron Chef Australia in the UK on Good Food

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Chit Chat / Retro Thermomixers
« on: February 24, 2011, 04:51:03 pm »
I am currently an owner of a TM 3300 which I believe is an 80's model (still going very strong), does anyone have a copy of the booklets that came with this model? I have an owners manual but I rather hoping for more than this. Any help would be appreciated.
You can see my machine here: http://yorkshire-foragers.blogspot.com/2011/02/thermomix-retro.html

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Bread / bread improver
« on: February 08, 2011, 05:43:56 pm »
I when I make bread by hand or in my breadmaker I use improver which makes the bread last for much much longer, in fact it doe not go solid like it can do if you keep homemade bread. Is anyone else using it? Any suggestions or tips for use in TM? ::

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Introduce Yourself / Happy owner of a 3300
« on: February 08, 2011, 04:57:22 pm »
Just a quick message to introduce myself: My name is Tim, I am the owner of a very old 3300 which is doing sterling work until such time that I can afford the latest model.
I am really impressed by this clever piece of kit which is enhancing our kitchen and cooking. At the moment we are going through all our kitchen units deciding what we don't need and can sell on ebay so that we can afford a new TM31. So far we have quite a pile of stuff which will on longer be required.

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