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#761 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:11pm

victor.vandort.353

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Thistledo wrote:

Do you think you need herbs with the new potatoes?  With the onion marmalade and pickled red cabbage, you have plenty of flavours going on there.  Would be nice to just serve up slightly buttery potatoes as a contrast.

You do have an excellent point! I'll certainly ponder that. Many thanks!

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#762 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:43pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

victor.vandort.353 wrote:

Thistledo wrote:

Do you think you need herbs with the new potatoes?  With the onion marmalade and pickled red cabbage, you have plenty of flavours going on there.  Would be nice to just serve up slightly buttery potatoes as a contrast.

You do have an excellent point! I'll certainly ponder that. Many thanks!

Agree with Thistledo. You don't want flavour-confusion. Parsley at the most, I'd say.


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#763 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:48pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Flat leaf or curly ??? wink

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#764 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:48pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Reported for multiple crimes in the name of spam, Dolozpsy.


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#765 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:50pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Flat leaf.

Good luck  crossed

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#766 Fri 25 Jan 13 3:55pm

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Was you, Wine-O tongue. Sorry, late here and am waiting for something to finish before I go to bed.

Curly must be ready to make a comeback. Not sure what as or what for, though smile.


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#767 Fri 25 Jan 13 8:09pm

roman.frajsladoljev

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

So i there a chicken pie recipe, it is a sauce with chicken and vegetables, and on the top goes puff pastry.

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#768 Sat 26 Jan 13 11:12am

hippytea

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

henry.wong.148 - check Heston Blumenthal's website for bacon ice cream!

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#769 Sat 26 Jan 13 11:20am

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Meat & Potato Pie.  Or, to be PC, Potato & Meat Pie (for bought ones).

Who amongst you have what you consider the best recipe for this dish, please?  Hubby (from Wigan) is desperate to taste what were his local pies and although I've made acceptable ones, it seems to lack that 'magic'.  No worries about my pastry, just the innards.

Thanks, in anticipation.

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#770 Sat 26 Jan 13 12:03pm

hippytea

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Mm, innards.

There'll be plenty of those if you buy it from a supermarket. The question is, whose innards?

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