Jamie Oliver

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#1021 Mon 17 Jun 13 2:32pm

sibu

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie,
Greetings from Denmark  smile
My son loves to spend time in the kitchen and since we´re going to London on his birthday (the 28.th.) I wanted us to attend one of the lessons at one of your "Recipease places" as a birthday present. But when I was booking I realised that we can´t attend the same lessons becourse of his age (14). Bad Luck sad
It would have been the perfect gift for him (and me wink . He is a very good cook an is pretty good at english too.
Wasn't it an idea to make cooking lessons for parents AND kids. I think it would be a very good way to get the whole family involved in the kitchen!
And....Thank you for all the inspiration you have given to me and my family.
Summergreetings and a big hug
Signe

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#1022 Mon 17 Jun 13 10:01pm

EvaFrentz

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie!

I`m having 10-15 people for dinner this weekend (Its Midsummer here in Sweden). And I`m having a Jerk Ham, I have found a recipie, but I cant find fresh bayleaves, can I use dryed in stead? I saw you cook it on TV here in Sweden, some time ago, have tried to find the episode on the Internet, but I have not found it. Would like to see it again. But I found Jrk Ham Hog and its not the same.
Lots of Love, Eva in sweden!!!

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#1023 Mon 17 Jun 13 10:03pm

louisesamantha

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi - I have a question about the pizza dough recipe please....

I made it today for the first time.  DELICIOUS, and my kids said it was even better than buying a pizza!! Praise indeed!  But the quantity is just way too much.  Can I just halve the recipe or does it affect it, or alternatively does it freeze?  At what stage can I freeze it?

Thank you!

Louise

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#1024 Tue 18 Jun 13 9:31am

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

louisesamantha wrote:

Hi - I have a question about the pizza dough recipe please....

I made it today for the first time.  DELICIOUS, and my kids said it was even better than buying a pizza!! Praise indeed!  But the quantity is just way too much.  Can I just halve the recipe or does it affect it, or alternatively does it freeze?  At what stage can I freeze it?

Thank you!

Louise

Yes just halve the ingredients.

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#1025 Tue 18 Jun 13 9:40am

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

EvaFrentz wrote:

Hi Jamie!

I`m having 10-15 people for dinner this weekend (Its Midsummer here in Sweden). And I`m having a Jerk Ham, I have found a recipie, but I cant find fresh bayleaves, can I use dryed in stead? I saw you cook it on TV here in Sweden, some time ago, have tried to find the episode on the Internet, but I have not found it. Would like to see it again. But I found Jrk Ham Hog and its not the same.
Lots of Love, Eva in sweden!!!

You can use dried, but the flavour isn't quite the same...

How many bay leaves do you need ?

Post your address and i'll send you some...(You might want to delete your address once I've confirmed i've noted it...)

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#1026 Tue 18 Jun 13 12:01pm

Kiwi Kris

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Hi Wine~0! Hope all is well over your way?!...Just a thought here - maybe, EvaFrentz, could contact you via your "high-lighted e-mail button" - which would be a safer option! wink Cheers! smile  ... p.s. hope your dinner-party is lots of fun this weekend, Eva!  thumbsup


Happy New Year/2015 to you ALL! :-)
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#1027 Tue 18 Jun 13 12:05pm

louisesamantha

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Thank you Wine-O I wasn't sure if it was a recipe that could be halved because of the nature of the rising etc....will do that next time smile

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#1028 Tue 18 Jun 13 6:06pm

cherrylips100

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi there, looking for very simple but impressive Sunday lunch ideas catering for 8 adults and 8 children... I live in Scotland :-) Thank you :-)    help

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#1029 Tue 18 Jun 13 6:08pm

mummza

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

wine~o wrote:

EvaFrentz wrote:

Hi Jamie!

I`m having 10-15 people for dinner this weekend (Its Midsummer here in Sweden). And I`m having a Jerk Ham, I have found a recipie, but I cant find fresh bayleaves, can I use dryed in stead? I saw you cook it on TV here in Sweden, some time ago, have tried to find the episode on the Internet, but I have not found it. Would like to see it again. But I found Jrk Ham Hog and its not the same.
Lots of Love, Eva in sweden!!!

You can use dried, but the flavour isn't quite the same...

How many bay leaves do you need ?

Post your address and i'll send you some...(You might want to delete your address once I've confirmed i've noted it...)

The flavour isn't quite the same if you use dried bay leaves its not quite so strong so you could just add more .

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#1030 Tue 18 Jun 13 6:09pm

mummza

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cherrylips100 wrote:

Hi there, looking for very simple but impressive Sunday lunch ideas catering for 8 adults and 8 children... I live in Scotland :-) Thank you :-)    help

Welcome to the forum cherrylips100 smile

Lunch for 16 is quite a lot of cooking , if your not used to it so its an idea to keep things fairly simple but tasty .
Deserts could be cold things eg pavlova as this can mostly be prepared before hand.

What sort of things do you enjoy eating for a Sunday lunch ?

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