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#31 Mon 08 Dec 08 9:58am

mrpab

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Member since Wed 23 Jul 08

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

ah, so the bearded one is behind the concept!

i agree Geoff, the 'on the road' concept sounds like a good one. Did you ever see Andreas Viestad's Scandinavian cooking shows? He has a really high-quality portable kitchen he sets up in a beautiful location for each episode, on the docks for a fish show, in an apple orchard for an apple show, etc. I can see you two doing something like that!

And don't worry, I was only talking about 'sexy scenarios' in the Hollywood sense of "$EXY" !

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#32 Mon 08 Dec 08 1:51pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Geoff, don't think your cassock would fit me.

Shammy had "Pastor and Master" right. "Mistress" has too many negative connotations. Won't go further, this is a family friendly site.

As for your "round the world" series, don't think that there is enough melatonin in existence to stave off the jet lag involved.you make my head spin at times.

KISS! (Keep it simple, stupid/sweetie).

Have already suggested the JO cooks in forum members' kitchens idea to Dan. He didn't reply, so I don't think that's a "goer".

Lunch for you. Bed for me (soon).


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#33 Mon 08 Dec 08 2:01pm

shammrok

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Occupation Growing things
From Up the garden path...Tasmania
Member since Thu 02 Sep 04

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Maree, maybe they could do a split screen version, where you can both hear each other but be in your kitchens, bounching off one another as you each try and replicate your own versions of a certain dish?

Like the cook and the chef - except in different countries.

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#34 Mon 08 Dec 08 2:02pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

MrP, I don't have a beard, so presume you were talking about Geoff wink.

Hate living out of a suitcase/modern equivalent. Would need to "go native", live as locals and get the feel of the place before anything else.


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#35 Mon 08 Dec 08 2:11pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Buried amongst our craziness, is nohejl's post (#28 on this thread, created by her).

It actually concerns flour.


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#36 Mon 08 Dec 08 2:20pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Good idea, Shammy.

I rarely get to watch The Cook and the Chef. It clashes with Neighbours or some other such dross.

Maybe I was wrong in insisting that we only have one tv in the house.


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#37 Mon 08 Dec 08 9:58pm

SusanneH

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From Germany
Member since Mon 13 Mar 06

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Mistress and pastor sounds more like tarts and vicars. Slightly misleading....

If you do your tour you are always welcome to my kitchen of course.

Is neighbours still (re-)running? It seems so 80s....




Flour. o yes. What was that again? whistle That white stuff right?

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#38 Tue 09 Dec 08 4:44am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Thanks for the offer of your kitchen, Susanne.

Yes, Neighbours continues.

And, yes, from memory, flour is white messy powdery stuff smile


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#39 Tue 09 Dec 08 7:02am

racingboy

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Member since Mon 06 Oct 08

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

A little late on the topic, but I'll throw in my two cents anyway. I have an Italian friend and we were talking about fresh pasta, I was looking for the type 00 myself. He said don't even bother and use all purpose. He seems to use all purpose for most things, but he said being from one of the poorer parts of Italy they just used AP

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#40 Wed 10 Dec 08 3:04am

insanekitty

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Occupation Web Developer and full time Jamie Evangelist for getting me cooking
From Gloucester
Member since Wed 05 Nov 08

Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

My wife just bought me an Imperia Italiana Italian Pasta Maker Set for my birthday,
so this has spurred me into starting to make my own pasta.

I have noticed that in all of Jamies recipes for pasta, he says use Semolina or Tipo '00' flour, I could not find any Tipo '00' or Semolina flour in my local branch of Tesco's  and the closest flour they had was McDougalls Supreme Sauce and Pastry flour, Premium '00' plain flour.

As I have not yet got round to making any pasta yet, i assume this is the correct type, if so give this one a try. I did check mysupermarket.co.uk and found that only Tesco and Sainsbury's stock it (just do a search for McDougalls).

HTH

Mark

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