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#31 Sat 18 Jul 09 2:53am

Tara

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

Nice Yammy, so should we vote on a pair, or for something different give a choice of all three.

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#32 Sat 18 Jul 09 3:08am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

String them out over the next few months, I suggest. (I get confused by too many choices) wink

Edit (says Joy who just wrote three! oops )

Last edited by JoyYamDaisy (Sat 18 Jul 09 3:11am)

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#33 Mon 20 Jul 09 9:42am

Tara

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

Added to the list Joy. smile

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#34 Mon 20 Jul 09 9:43am

Tara

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

WEEK 5 COOKING CHALLENGE COMMENCING 20th July 2009

Suggested by- JoyYamDaisy

Theme- Krugel

If you’re as unsure as I was about this dish, heres a starting point.

http://kosherfood.about.com/od/sidedishes/p/kugel.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kugel

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#35 Mon 20 Jul 09 12:10pm

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

I did a bit of research and found this one! http://offthebroiler.wordpress.com/2009 … ato-kugel/
I also got inspired by the lovely celeriac at the local veggie shop and thought I might add it in....
But on the other hand, I like to follow recipes pretty carefully first time and I am already replacing the chicken fat with butter and the matzo meal with breadcrumbs... so I am not so sure about adding another change to the recipe.
Ooo it is a challenge isn't it!  smile  wink

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#36 Tue 21 Jul 09 1:05am

Tara

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

I put that site in favourites the other day Yammy, it looked like a good source for recipes.  Thats what Im liking about this challenge, it is a good and proper challenge. We'll all have to keep our eyes peeled for things we have never tried to list as future suggestions.

Im off to try to find a sweet krugel, if not I may make a traditional one.

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#37 Tue 21 Jul 09 2:18am

Luvmegrub

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

I was just about to ask what matzo meal is but see you are substituting breadcrumbs Joy.   I will need hubby to do all that grating for me as I don't have a food processor and my hands give up after grating one carrot.

MrsM, could you please add choux pastry to the list of future challenges as it's something I have always been afraid to try.  I would like to have a go at profiteroles one day.

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#38 Tue 21 Jul 09 2:24am

shammrok

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

http://fooddownunder.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=kugel

There are some sweet recipes here smile

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#39 Tue 21 Jul 09 4:25am

Tara

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

Added Luvme  smile

Cheers Shammy thumbsup

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#40 Tue 21 Jul 09 4:30am

Tara

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Re: Ready, Set, Cook Discussion Thread

Luvmegrub wrote:

I was just about to ask what matzo meal is but see you are substituting breadcrumbs Joy.   I will need hubby to do all that grating for me as I don't have a food processor and my hands give up after grating one carrot.

MrsM, could you please add choux pastry to the list of future challenges as it's something I have always been afraid to try.  I would like to have a go at profiteroles one day.

Just found a definition for matzo at the site Shammy directed me to Luv me.

A thin, crisp, unleavened bread that is traditionally eaten during the Jewish Passover.

Tradition dictates that matzos be made only with water and flour, but modern versions include certain flavors, such as onion.

Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matzo

I also read matzo meal is made by grounding matzo bread.....I was curious too.

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