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#11 Wed 18 Apr 07 9:57am

Julieta

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From Bucuresti Romania
Member since Tue 06 Jun 06

Re: Sauses

Good morning !  Tanks to all of you !  I will try your receipes.
Eddie :  Yes, it's OK !
Susanne : It's your opinion ! I prefer with something over.
Anne : Very good . I like to cook quickly , too.
Geoff : You make me smile !
Ell :  It's OK
Shammrok : It's very interested but, how much is 2 lb broccoli , in grams ?
Teatot : Very good !
Susanne : Maybe !
Waifer : We have not this ingredients.
              Soon,  Julieta                        neutral

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#12 Wed 18 Apr 07 10:42am

GeoffP

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Occupation Retired Clergy & Computer Consultant
From Bradford, West Yorks
Member since Mon 03 Jul 06

Re: Sauses

2lbs is 2 English (Imperial) Pounds and equals 900 gm

There is a neat weight converter at :-

http://www.convert-me.com/en/convert/weight

Or there is the full set of converters, in English or Russian at :-

http://www.convert-me.com/en/

Converting weights and measures in cooking can be very confusing!

Metric and Imperial (British) recipes give weights of dry ingredients, and volumes of liquid ingredients or fine powders (and, justto be confusing, some shellfish)

American recipes give volume measurements for most things, except large solids, such as meat.

Imperial (British) volume measurements have the same names, but the American measures are larger than the Imperial measures.

But none of us use exact measures, do we smile

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#13 Thu 19 Apr 07 1:13pm

goodi

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Member since Thu 19 Apr 07

Re: Sauses

Hi guys i am looking for a garlic sause recipe ? anyone smile

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#14 Thu 19 Apr 07 3:09pm

indiechef

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From London
Member since Sun 11 Dec 05

Re: Sauses

i like to chuck a knob of a herby flavored butter on steamed veg just be4 serving

makes a great sauce and flavour

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#15 Wed 25 Apr 07 9:35pm

Julieta

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From Bucuresti Romania
Member since Tue 06 Jun 06

Re: Sauses

To Geoff,

     Thank you for www.convert  - - - -
  I see, you Know all.  What is " Polenta " ?  ( see " orange and polenta biscuits )
                Bye,    Julieta      smile

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#16 Wed 25 Apr 07 9:44pm

GeoffP

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Occupation Retired Clergy & Computer Consultant
From Bradford, West Yorks
Member since Mon 03 Jul 06

Re: Sauses

Hiya Julieta,

You ask about Polenta - in Romania, you will know it as mămăligă - it has many names in many countries.

I don't really know all smile - just seems that way sometimes!

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