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#881 Sat 23 Mar 13 10:10am

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Emma, personally I wouldn't risk it (putting on top of the stove). You'd have the heat up relatively high and take the risk of it cracking/ shattering.

If you do take the risk, be sure to use a suitably sized heat diffuser/ heat diffusing mat.

Oh, and welcome to the forums wave smile

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#882 Sat 23 Mar 13 1:25pm

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello Emma and welcome.

Didn't this new ceramic casserole have a label attached giving usage instrtuctions?  If the manufacturer's name appears on it somewhere, usually the bottom or a stuck-on label, contact them, or Google them.  You may find instructions there.

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#883 Sat 23 Mar 13 6:51pm

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

OK, I give up!  I've hunted and searched for Jamie's pork and fennel meatballs and can I find it anywhere on here?  Can I hell!  Can someone please help me.
Ta muchly.

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#884 Sat 23 Mar 13 7:15pm

MsPablo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Do you know what book it is in?  Allora Andiamo has a recipe for this dish in member recipes.  Her recipes are very popular among members.

eta:
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/memb … ce%20/1884

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#885 Sat 23 Mar 13 11:51pm

itana.sekulic

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie
Greetings from Denmark! I am a big fan and your cooking books are my greatest inspiration. I made creme brule with rhubarb today. It tasted very good, but the creme was not hard enough. I can't figure out why. I only cooked the creme for a few minutes, could that be the problem? It does not say anything in the recipe about how long time I should do that.
Thank you in advance in you have a spare time to answer smile

Best regards.
Itana

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#886 Sun 24 Mar 13 9:36am

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

MsPablo, thanks for your response.  Regret, it wasn't a JO recipe at all but someone else's and I've found it.  The link youi gave does indeed have fennel seed in but my recipe has both the seed and part of a bulb.
Thanks for your trouble.

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#887 Sun 24 Mar 13 2:14pm

MsPablo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Glad you found it.  Sounds interesting.  Whose recipe was it, btw?

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#888 Sun 24 Mar 13 5:39pm

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

MrsPablo, it's BBC Good Food article and the writer of the recipe is Barney Desmazery, whoever he is.  Pork, Fennel  & Chilli Meatballs

I still have every intention of making these meatballs.

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#889 Wed 27 Mar 13 10:53am

Katerl

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello,
I am a mother from 1,5 years old boy and cooking for him is very difficult. At the one hand he doesn´t like everything (for example green vegetables..) and on the other hand he is not allowed to eat/drink cow milk. But it should also be suitable for adults, because he only eats what we eat. You can see it is a little bit difficult.  sad
Am desperately looking for suitable recipes!!!
Could anybody help me please????   help 
Thanks a lot
Katerl

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#890 Wed 27 Mar 13 11:24am

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello Katerl.  It is very common for young children to have their dislikes with food, especially green veg.  As for not being able to have any dairy product from the cow, you could try yew's or goat's milk and cheese, or at least try it.

You could try disguising green veg in with other things, like mashed potato mixed with peas, chopped green veg, then frying it, like a big pancake but thicker.  I'm going to into detail here because I don't know where you're from.  We call this meal Bubble and Squeak.

Select what he likes to eat most of all and gradually introduce the green veg in very small quantities.

He will hopefully soon grow out of this common dislike of greens, I'm sure.

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