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In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2013 21:56:34 BDT
There is always one smart cookie about

Posted on 4 Jul 2013 21:57:30 BDT
Great thanks for that

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2013 21:59:16 BDT
pixie says:
Hope you sticking around Sabine? Been good to have you post!x

Posted on 4 Jul 2013 22:04:31 BDT
Hi pixie
Are they for real? I hope she ties her her back. Would not want to eat in her hitches. Like the killer heals .

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2013 22:09:08 BDT
Yes. Got a bit more time now the decorating is fished. If I am not in the kitchen I will let you now what I am preparing now. Sometimes I just sit in the garden and do a bit of knitting or talk to the cats. Nothing else to do

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2013 22:13:18 BDT
pixie says:
She is amazing...made that curry she is cooking now with chickpeas...mega! Glad yopu staying!x

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2013 22:18:29 BDT
Do you prefer Veggy food or meat. I am more of a veggy, but Andy loves his meat. I like chicken but no fish and very little meat.

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2013 22:26:38 BDT
pixie says:
I love veggie food and cook alot of it. Got lots of books in my collection but also love meat. I try not to say something is "Veggie" or "meat" just try to make it interesting. Some cusines are more towards veg being the star..without you knowing it. Hate Pretend meat food like soy sausages...and the like!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 07:36:05 BDT
I fully agree here with you. I love Veggie food, but I do like meat, game and Poultry. Hate fish, lamb and pork, but there are so many other recipes where I can cook the Meat Andy likes, but I just have the veggies. Have never tried soy sausages or quorn. Does noy sound right when you want to have bangers and mash, and you say is Soy sausages and mash.
Have you tried the twisted crown by Paul Hollywood. I made that last week with the parma ham and mozzarella inside. A bit fiddely and it took another pair of hands. They tend to forget we do not have arms like cranes and hand like shovels as most of them have. we are built more delicate and in proportion to our body. Served it with a cold salad on the side. Absolutely beautyfull once I tweeked the incrediance a bit to our liking. Had friends around who loved it too.
By the way if you are going outside today, be carefull, pollen count will be very high. It is already quite thick out there. Just watered the blueberry's, and veggy patch.
Take care Sabine

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 08:28:03 BDT
pixie says:
Oh I'll have a look at that ...I have his book. Once youi make your own bread, be it in a bread machine or by hand, it's hard to go back to shop bought. The taste is just not there.

Going to be very hot today! Beautigul blue sky and the cats moaning so it'sa good sign!

Got Nach Waxmans Brisket, check that recipe out it's a classic, and some fries tonight. The brisket freezes in slices,like thin minute steak, and just needs a quick flash fry in the pan...delicious!

Have a good day and don't forget the sunscreen!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 09:12:23 BDT
Sunscreen? You will not see me out there past midday. Will go to the chemist and get some antihistermine. Too fair skiined being a redhead. I will have a look at the brisket. We do eat that. Also skirt. Makes beautifull stews and curries. I agree, once you make your own bread, there is just no justification in buying bread apart for quickness and maybe money.I think there is no saving money in making your own bread, but then what price can you put on the smell and taste of home made bread.
Have you ever made a milk loaf. I made this particular loaf x 2 in a square tin. Both my pubic nephew giggled when they sae the too white round balls in the tin. When asked why, once was very upfront and commented, all it needs a cherry on top. Aside from that it taste wonderfull. You can add raisins to it. After a lot of umming I finaly bought the milk loaf tin from Mermaid. The good thing is I can also use this tin for puddings like spotted dickin the oven in a Bain Marie with the holes at the top.
How many cats have you got. We have 4 + a stray comming for dinner once or twice a day. My cats do not mind her. They actually greet her nicely. Maybe she wants to move in.
You have a good day too.

Posted on 5 Jul 2013 13:42:03 BDT
Bearman says:
My mum loves a bit of Pork in cider.........................always good for a laugh

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 14:08:36 BDT
So does my husband. I am not a pork eater as per say. I have got used to eat bacon every now and then, but have not extended to roast or chops.whats for dinner tonight? Still thinking. I still have some soup left over from yesterday, made the creme brle. Maybe just a salad with some cold meat and cheese
Have a nice day

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 14:25:15 BDT
Bearman says:
Thanks Sabine - you have a nice day too. I should point out that my post above was meant as a joke (rather rude if you say it out load). Hopefully the same is not true for your husband.

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 15:05:49 BDT
I am not sure if I understand. It must have got lost in translation. Andy ( my husband ) keeps telling me that we Germans don't have a sense of humour, but joke set aside what's wrong with pork in cider.
Sabine

Posted on 5 Jul 2013 15:18:00 BDT
Bearman says:
If Andy is English, the I suggest you ask him him what's funny/rude about the words "pork in cider" - I would rather not explain it myself in case I offend :-)

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 15:31:55 BDT
Yes he is and I will ask him later when he is home

Posted on 5 Jul 2013 15:34:45 BDT
Bearman says:
>:-)

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 15:42:46 BDT
Sorry did not get this either

Posted on 5 Jul 2013 15:57:43 BDT
Bearman says:
That was an evil grin

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 16:12:32 BDT
Nah that made me laugh

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 20:36:51 BDT
Last edited by the author on 5 Jul 2013 20:42:02 BDT
I,m going to whisper this ,cos I don,t want my hubby to hear, but I,ve got a Kitchenaid mixer and I wish I,d still got my old Kenwood. It hasn,t gone wrong at all and it looks lovely on the Work top but I really just don,t like it very much at all. Maybe I just need to get used to it, it i,m not sure...it,s fiddly. It was a gift, so I can,t complain too loudly.xxx

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 20:45:43 BDT
pixie says:
You evil grinner you!x

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 20:48:45 BDT
pixie says:
Right! I am going to bellow in your other halfs Ear 'ole! "I love my kitchenaid! and your other half is demented!"Lol!xx

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2013 21:48:01 BDT
Just use it every chance you get. Make things which need a lot of mixing and you will get the hang of it.
Good luck
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