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#991 Mon 16 Jun 14 5:44pm

joobes

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Occupation My OH and I own a new/secondhand bookshop.
From Somerset, England
Member since Wed 20 Feb 08

Re: This or That

Sharp vintage cheddar

Tomato ketchup or brown sauce

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#992 Tue 17 Jun 14 3:05am

beerforyorky

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From Surin, N.E. Thailand
Member since Mon 29 Dec 08

Re: This or That

joobes wrote:

Sharp vintage cheddar

Tomato ketchup or brown sauce

Brown sauce every time (except for hotdogs).

Chopping board - nylon or wood?

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#993 Tue 17 Jun 14 6:37am

Miss GlutenFree

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Occupation Admin Officer & Mum
From Queensland, Australia
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Re: This or That

Wood but I do have nylon ones too.

Knives: straight steel or covered handle?

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#994 Wed 25 Jun 14 4:05am

beerforyorky

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Re: This or That

Miss GlutenFree wrote:

Wood but I do have nylon ones too.

Knives: straight steel or covered handle?

Covered handle.

Fork - left hand or right hand?

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#995 Wed 25 Jun 14 5:21am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: This or That

Left for holding when cutting with a knife, right for picking food up after it's cut trust me to complicate matters).

Capers: salt (dry) preserved or wet preserved in brine?


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#996 Thu 20 Nov 14 8:04am

beerforyorky

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Re: This or That

I've not had capers for a long time but I believe I prefered them preserved wet.

Mustard - powder or pre-made?

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#997 Thu 20 Nov 14 8:28am

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: This or That

I make my own with mustard seeds etc. Good to have on hand at this time of the year for "emergency gifts". Lasts about six months.

Prepared.

Cake with icing/ frosting or without. (Don't say it depends on the cake. That's something I'd say wink ).


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#998 Thu 20 Nov 14 11:20am

beerforyorky

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Re: This or That

My dear old mum, bless her, used to ice her own Christmas cake, on top of marzipan obviously. She was very adept at it although I doubt it would match the spectacular creations that are made now. However, I couldn't really eat the cake now, icing or not.

I shall leave this to another.

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#999 Thu 20 Nov 14 9:13pm

Kiwi Kris

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Member since Sun 09 Jan 05

Re: This or That

Icing!!!   (more icing/frosting the better for me, thanks Maree! wink )


Christmas (plum?) steamed pudding with hot custard or a colourful trifle?


{Yorky! My elderly MIL still bakes Christmas cakes...some with or without the icing on top of marzipan! YUM!! big_smile }


Merry Christmas to you ALL! :-)
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#1000 Thu 20 Nov 14 9:29pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: This or That

I have a dozen traditional cakes done and being fed- I don't ice. I top with blanched almonds and a glaze. I've also got a dozen panforte made, stollen (with and without marzipan) but still have the panettone and pandoro to make.

Neither for me, Kris. Don't eat sweet stuff but if I must, a small serve of trifle, please.


Muesli- toasted or in toasted?


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