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#1741 Sun 04 Sep 11 12:20am

morzine ed

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Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

Hi all,
This is perhaps completely irrelavant but I hoped it may be of interest to someone.
I've launched a site which was meant to be the best thing since sliced bread when it came to flapjack; If you need to know anything about flapjack; it would be there!
anyway things are not going to plan at the moment and
I need some help!
adding recipes
any useful advice
humorous flapjack experiences etc

All suggestions  welcome


I look forward to hearing from you all and I hope that my misuse of this forum has been tolerated!

Thanks

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#1742 Sun 04 Sep 11 2:02am

frizz1974

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Member since Wed 29 Jun 05

Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

Have never made flapjacks.. they are a pancake like thing but thicker?

Best of luck & hope that you get your site sorted soon..

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#1743 Sun 04 Sep 11 1:45pm

MsPablo

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Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

It's a bar cookie, filled usually with oatmeal, kind of the grandfather of the power bar.

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#1744 Sat 03 Dec 11 6:37am

williamszz

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Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

Mmmmm, I'm a biscuit lover too! I love to bake everything from Anzac to shortbread to chocolate fudge biscuits. With a cup of herbal tea, a shady spot outside & it's just about heaven on a plate.

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#1745 Sun 11 Mar 12 11:54pm

klk88

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Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

Hi guys i would be so grateful if you could take a couple of minutes of your time to fill in my survey for my university project i would really appreciate your views, thank you in advance, Kim x

www.surveymonkey.com/s/W5DBXYB

this is for bakeware brand research so hopefully some of you kind people will be able to give some really helpful info smile

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#1746 Wed 24 Oct 12 7:16pm

mummza

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Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

BigStu's chocolate brwnie recipe from post 1147 on this thread .
worth trying.

Chocolate Brownies

200 grams butter
200 grams plain chocolate
600 grams caster sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
4 eggs -- large
250 grams plain flour
4 tablespoons cocoa

Preheat oven to 180C, Gas 4

Prepare a small rectangular roasting tin or oven proof dish approximately 8 x 12" (20 x 30cm). Grease or line with baking parchment.

Melt the butter and chocolate over a pan of simmering water. Cool slightly.

Stir in the sugar and vanilla.

Add the eggs, one at a time, stirring until well blended each time.

Sift the flour and cocoa together, add to the mixture and beat for about 1 minute, until smooth.

Pour into prepared tin, and bake for about 45 - 50 minutes. The mixture needs to be just cooked, so start testing with a cocktail stick at about 40 minutes - it should have moist crumbs, but not wet batter, still clinging to it.

Cool in tin until cool enough to handle, then cut into pieces, but leave until completely cold before removing from tin.

I cut this size into 24 pieces (8 x 3), but it could easily make more smaller pieces as it is very rich.

You can make a half quantiity and bake in a 7 x 7" tin for about 40 minutes (test after 35 min)

NOTES : Use the best chocolate you have; 40 - 50% cocoa solids makes great brownies, but 70% cocoa make superb ones!


Enjoy big_smile

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#1747 Thu 06 Dec 12 11:52pm

pancakebattery

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Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

That sounds really delicious. I want to try it... Sounds a bit more complicated than baking I've done before, but probably worth the risk or burning some chocolate.

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#1748 Fri 07 Dec 12 10:38am

hippytea

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Member since Mon 12 Sep 11

Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

pancakebattery: sorry, no funny flapjack experiences, but the word "flapjack" is inherently funny so you're off to a  good start there.

Flapjack.

Flapjack.

Flapjack flapjack flapjack.

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#1749 Fri 07 Dec 12 10:43am

hippytea

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Member since Mon 12 Sep 11

Re: COOKIES ANONYMOUS

kik88: I filled in your survey - but you haven't said anywhere what country you are surveying for. You'll get people from all over, which maybe isn't that useful for market research - I think you need to specify.

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#1750 Sun 23 Dec 12 6:27pm

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Net dacht dat ik drop je een lijn te vertellen u uw site echt rocks! Ik ben al op zoek naar dit soort informatie voor een lange tijd .. Ik meestal niet antwoorden op berichten, maar ik zal in dit geval. WoW geweldig groot.

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