Jamie Oliver

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#341 Thu 11 Oct 12 7:45pm

pame71

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

I have a question for a long time about the huge amounts you use rosemary, rosemary here in Chile is very strong so only a pinch is enough to meats, chops or potatoes.
maybe your rosemary is a  softer variety than ours?

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#342 Fri 12 Oct 12 10:53pm

debashie

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Hi Jamie

Please help...My 6 year old son has recently been put on a dairy free lactose diet and as i am new to this sort of diet i am battling to find things that are safe yet fun for him to eat.A lot of the information that i have managed to find on the web kind of contradicts or confuses me altogether.
The most confusing is cheese and i am hoping you can help me with this as one of his favorite foods is pizza.Some of the sites says mozzarella is lactose free and others say its not.The dairy free cheese we have managed to find is very bland and not very nice.

Any information you could give me would be gratefully appreciated.

Many Thanks . Look forward to hearing from you

Debbie

help  help

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#343 Sun 14 Oct 12 5:04pm

Trannoc

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Hello Jamie!

We have just been to your italian restaurant in London. Great service and wonderfull food! The ITALIAN BREAD SELECTION was fabulous! Would you share the recipe for the (what i think was) chiabatta? It was so soft, spongy and dellicous.

Thank you so much,
Trannoc

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#344 Mon 15 Oct 12 9:56pm

srwroots

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I have a family member who is allergic to onion, I leave it out of all recipes since they can become quite ill. some recipes lack oomph without onion.  any suggestions as to a substitute, I also go easy on garlic since it is in the same plant family.  So far have used celery as a substitute but not always satisfying taste wise.

thank you

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#345 Wed 17 Oct 12 2:31pm

Teneka26

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Hi Jamie

I'm cooking a meal tonight for me and my partner and I would love to know how to make a fresh salmon meal with spice to it .
Luv Zoe x smile

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#346 Wed 17 Oct 12 2:39pm

Teneka26

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Hi Jamie

I'm cookin a fresh salmon meal tonight and just wondering how to make it with a hint a spice xx
Thank you
Luv Zoe xx

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#347 Wed 17 Oct 12 5:59pm

Crawl Walk Cook

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This is not really a question. More of a  roll moments.
I tried your simple ice cream recipe. But along with the frozen fruit I but raw Rhubarb in.  question What made it even more stupid was that I thought it was celery, but I still put it in.  yikes  yikes  question I feel so stupid.

This is also going to sound really stupid but my question is, does shaking your behind, while your rolling lemon/lime, really get more juice out question

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#348 Wed 17 Oct 12 6:50pm

ANN

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Jamie,  How old did you start letting your kids help with simple cooking.  My 2 year old wants to stir and taste and is really interested on the cooking and baking process.   What would you suggest keeping her busy with in the kitchen?  I really want her to keep a good interest in cooking and baking and enjoy it.  smile

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#349 Wed 17 Oct 12 10:27pm

mummza

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Ann ,when I made the bread , I gave my children chunks bread dough from a very early age , ( even in high chair !) they kneaded/bashed it about and had great fun . They made it into all sorts of weird and wonderful shapes/animal/flowers/trees etc etc and we left it to rise then we baked it !
Bread dough is great for little children as it feels nice they can bash it about , make whatever they want with it and then after all that it still prose well and bakes well  .. Amazing !

Helping to make a rubbed in recipe for biscuits and then rolling out the mixture and cutting them out is always fun as it making jam tarts ... But messy but somehow satisfying when you are small.

Bread and butter pudding is also a good thing to ake with small children but make sure that the butter is very soft for a child as young as 2 and also don't be suprised if the butter gist gets put in a flattened blobby bit in the middle of at oe edge of the bread and also gets a few holes ripped in it along the way ! That does not matter as it will still work out.
Spreading butter or jam it tricky for small children but it a great help in teaching them  coordination skills .. It really helps.

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#350 Wed 17 Oct 12 10:29pm

mummza

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Crawl Walk Cook wrote:

This is also going to sound really stupid but my question is, does shaking your behind, while your rolling lemon/lime, really get more juice out question

lol not really but it makes it more fun  lol

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