Jamie Oliver

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#1071 Fri 09 Aug 13 9:25am

davidjackson

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Please tell me What is the best method to cooking yogurt......................

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#1072 Sat 10 Aug 13 4:23pm

helenmaddock

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie

Could you please, please remind me of your courgette recipe that was in one of the weekend paper supplements about 3 years ago. It started on the hob with rice & I think Parmesan, then baked in the oven. You also said a good stock was of importance. It was as nice cold (sliced like a cake) as it was hot & great for that glut of courgettes at this time of year.
Many thanks
Helen

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#1073 Mon 12 Aug 13 6:26am

jacky123paul

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Nice forum post! I also want to do cooking, Please help me in my cooking!

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#1074 Sun 18 Aug 13 12:41pm

cbett

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie

I wanted to know if you make any dishes that dont have
chilli in it. as i find it too hot and it upsets my stomach.

thanks cbett

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#1075 Tue 20 Aug 13 12:07pm

Penny1968

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie

My son always goes on about hating pasta, can you help me? I want to make a yummy pasta, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME! 

Any great recipes??????



Thanks Penny xx

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#1076 Thu 22 Aug 13 2:05am

SherylS

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Penny1968 wrote:

Hi Jamie
My son always goes on about hating pasta, can you help me? I want to make a yummy pasta, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME! 
Any great recipes??????
Thanks Penny xx

Hi Penny,
Try this pasta dish my niece and nephew love it
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/past … -pea-sauce
Good luck
Sheryl smile  smile

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#1077 Mon 26 Aug 13 1:04am

miriamh

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Dear Jamie,

Here is my question. I am miriam van Houten, from the Netherlands, and a big fan of course.
My husband has suffered from a heart attack last week and he is only 38 years old.  We are now looking for healthy foods, which are safe for him to eat. Can you help us with healthy recipes with low fat etc?

many thanks, miriam

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#1078 Mon 26 Aug 13 9:41pm

Daphnekasgr

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello Jamie!
I am a food lover from Greece and i really enjoy your cooking and your attitude in the kitchen.
On thing in particular that i love is the presentation of your dishes in all these lovely wooden boards etc..
My question for you may seem a little stupid, but since the manufacturers suggest that wooden boards should not get under running water, i was wondering how you clean them? Do you have a secret for cleaning them or some natural way for bacterial protection?..
Thank you very much and i'm looking forward for your new book and show!

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#1079 Tue 27 Aug 13 7:41am

Alizey

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Here I want to ask how I take care of salt and pepper in food. I have no idea about it. This is because, I cannot make good food. Hope you will help me.

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#1080 Tue 27 Aug 13 11:59am

HelenaChiokt

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hey Jamie, I am from Greece and I used some regular greek yogurt for a recipe of yours in 30 minute meals (I am referring to the blueberry ice cream) which proved to be a total disaster.. The thing is that your type of yogurt is way too creamy than anything we have here and there is nothing similar here to work with. I was wondering if i could use some milk or anything you could suggest so that i can make my ice cream a little more edible because it freezes terribly and becomes like a supermassive colourful rock after a few hours in the fridge!

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