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#531 Tue 27 Nov 12 2:01pm

CoastalKid

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Duh...read it too quickly!! Just realised it's my link from Lorraine!! Hopefully there will be some meringue guru that will advise...thanks so much for your time and help smile

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#532 Tue 27 Nov 12 5:51pm

Ratko

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi there,

Fist i would like to say that I admire your work. I admire you work with the adolescents you are doing. Giving them a chance to become more than they have imagined in their lives. You are doing a great job, and i think you should be given the Nobel Prize.
I like to hear your opinion for one recipe, that i like to make and surprise everyone on my birthday. I have mushrooms, cheese and a shafran. I like to put the mushrooms in a pan, then put the cheese over them and bake them in the oven. At the end i like to put some shafran on them. Do you think it is a good combination?

Best Regards,

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#533 Tue 27 Nov 12 9:25pm

Roshanj

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello!

Hope this answers ASAP.

The other day Jamie, on yor 15minute meals. You were making a Thai dish, you used a processor which you also had a food cutter in..... To make your Thai salad. My mum is ill now and cannot cut anymore but adores cooking.... What was this machine called as I want to buy it for her for Christmas!

Please let me know!

Thank you ever so much

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#534 Tue 27 Nov 12 11:47pm

mummza

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

welcome to the forum Roshanj  smile
In the 30 minute meal series most of the time Mr Oliver used a magimix , but the food processor I saw the other day on the telly was different , it had a cylinder shaped feeding tube to put the veg into. I will try to find out  what make it is for you as I had not seen it before.

Edit.. I think I have found it.. was it this one ?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Jamie-O … mp;sr=8-25

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#535 Wed 28 Nov 12 9:41pm

ehobbit

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I want to cook the steak sandwich menu on 30 minute meals for my friends, but one of my friends doesn't eat meat. what fish could i use with this menu?

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#536 Wed 28 Nov 12 11:33pm

mummza

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welcome to the forum ehobbit   smile

Does your freind eat Fish ?
Are they vegetarian ?

Its easiest to know this before we awnser the question.

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#537 Thu 29 Nov 12 4:09pm

Agnes26

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi!
Two weeks ago I bought in Poland four Jamie Olivier 16-piece cutlery sets. I would like to inform you that one of forks changes shape after first cleaning in the dishwasher. What I supose to do with this? What with guarantee? Sorry that I write here, but I was try to contact with Merison company and I have any message till today sad

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#538 Thu 29 Nov 12 7:33pm

hotcupasoup

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my brother the world famous actor starred in the titanic movie in the 90's!!! if we were all back in time on board not knowing the iceberg would hit us what do you think would be the dinner that evening if we all sat on the captains table like first class dining!!! dressed to kill!!!

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#539 Fri 30 Nov 12 1:50am

mummza

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Welcome to the forum Agnes26  smile

How disappointing . What part of the fork has changed shape , was it the handle ?
I do not know what these sets look like , but I wonder what the handle is made from.
I hope you can get this sorted out soon.

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#540 Fri 30 Nov 12 9:05am

hippytea

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Agnes, can't you just take it back to the shop you bought it from? That seems the simplest thing to do.

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