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#701 Thu 27 Sep 12 10:50pm

francesca italy

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

Grand_Ma wrote:

they already know also the words campo and orto very well, sometimes stumble on fettuccini but are ready to learn more wink

Ok. So we can have an exchange: you teach me english and I teach you italian. But I've got a suspect...are you italian?

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#702 Thu 27 Sep 12 11:07pm

Kye

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

Grand_Ma wrote:

they already know also the words campo and orto very well, sometimes stumble on fettuccini but are ready to learn more wink

fettuccine, c'est des petits rubans  tongue  wink

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#703 Fri 28 Sep 12 1:18am

Maree

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

And, see, we learn a little French, too smile

Welcome to the forums smile


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#704 Fri 28 Sep 12 1:49am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

francesca italy wrote:

Porro is a vegetable, sweeter than a onion, is long,white inside and green outside. I think in english is leek.
I cook the cream in this way: in a saucepan I put oil. After one minute add sliced leeks and I cook for 5 minuts. Then I ampdd sliced pumpkin and I add water. It must be cooked untill the vegetables are soft. I add salt and pepper and than cream.
Now I whip and I cook for 10 minutes. At the end if you want you can add extravergin oil and parmesan.
I'm very sorry about my english, I know that is not good, and sometimes I write something wrong, but I love Jamie Oliver and I follow his forumevery day and when I came in London I buy his magazine!

Yum! Porro cream sounds delicious!

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#705 Fri 28 Sep 12 7:27am

Grandmadamada

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

francesca italy wrote:

Grand_Ma wrote:

they already know also the words campo and orto very well, sometimes stumble on fettuccini but are ready to learn more wink

Ok. So we can have an exchange: you teach me english and I teach you italian. But I've got a suspect...are you italian?

yes and I'm sitting down there nel banco degli asini of an advanced English course being happily fed by so many teachers
lol

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#706 Mon 01 Oct 12 3:19am

cohphanta

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

Pumpkin time!

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#707 Tue 02 Oct 12 1:18am

Maree

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

I made pumpkin and sage risotto last night (1st October, here).

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#708 Wed 03 Oct 12 1:48am

minerva

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

JoyYamDaisy wrote:

Min, pumpkins have so many varieties, maybe you just need to find a different one?
Edit: But PS here is a run down of so many types! http://www.allaboutpumpkins.com/varieties.html  smile

I generally grow  anywhere from 5-8 varieties of pumpkin & squash per year & try to find ones I haven't grown before, so finding a pumpkin I DO like may prove more difficult than you think.

Of them all, if there is a sugar-sweetness about them when cooked........I won't enjoy them. I also dislike sweet potato for the same reason.
I would say that overall I am a 'savoury' kind of girl, & when I eat dessert I really don't want them to taste vegetable-y.

I grow them & they for some reason like me more than I like them, but they never go to waste. I give as much away as I can & the rest is donated to schools for them to do with as they will.

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#709 Wed 10 Oct 12 4:09am

Maree

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

Any ideas as to what we'll do 1st November?


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#710 Wed 10 Oct 12 5:47am

cohphanta

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Re: Wouldn't it be cool?

It's really cold here..so I'd pick some thing hearty...any suggestions I know some of you are experiencing summer...

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