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#1031 Tue 18 Jun 13 6:22pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Kiwi Kris wrote:

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 :

Good point, well made.... lol

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#1032 Tue 18 Jun 13 6:28pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

mummza wrote:

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

IMHO the difference in flavour is not compensated for by using more dried bay, the flavour is actually different, the oils in fresh Bay give a different aroma to dried....

If you think I'm barking up the wrong (Bay) tree........try cutting a dried leaf in half, rub it between your palms and smell......


Then try the same with a fresh leaf.....

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#1033 Wed 19 Jun 13 8:56am

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

wine~o wrote:

mummza wrote:

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

IMHO the difference in flavour is not compensated for by using more dried bay, the flavour is actually different, the oils in fresh Bay give a different aroma to dried....

If you think I'm barking up the wrong (Bay) tree........try cutting a dried leaf in half, rub it between your palms and smell......


Then try the same with a fresh leaf.....

I know its not exactly the same flavour wine-o , no dried herb tastes exactly the same as the fresh herb.
Bayleaves loose a lot of flavour as they dry as do all herbs.
But by using more dry leaves you get more flavour.

I have bought bay leaves back from my friends house in the south of France ,my friend was having a Hume cut back of the bay tree and I didn't want all the leaves wasted so I fought some back.
By the time we'd reached the UK the leaves that I bought back had mostly dried , I was surprised as they hadn't been cut long.
I presume this is why mostly they are bought from shops in dried form.

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#1034 Wed 19 Jun 13 12:56pm

danielsydney

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi from Australia,

When I cook meat there is always a scum that seems to form around the meat during the cooking process.

Tonight I cooked pork chops and there was a white rubbery scum around the outside of it. What is it? roll

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#1035 Wed 19 Jun 13 3:27pm

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Welcome to the forum danielsydney smile

I think it's the blood that has leaked out of the meat .
Do you buy your meat from a butcher or a supermarket ?
Do you buy frozen meat of fresh meat and freeze it ?

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#1036 Wed 19 Jun 13 6:20pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

danielsydney wrote:

Hi from Australia,

When I cook meat there is always a scum that seems to form around the meat during the cooking process.

Tonight I cooked pork chops and there was a white rubbery scum around the outside of it. What is it? roll

Sounds to me like cheap supermarket meat, may have injected with a water/protien/gelatine mix...

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#1037 Thu 20 Jun 13 6:54pm

vale.olguin.58

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Hi Jamie! I'd like to get the recipe of what I've seen you cooked on your programme today: chicken with vegetables and gratiné potatoes. It looked like so tasty... Nice of you if you can publish it for me. Thanks and best regards!

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#1038 Thu 20 Jun 13 7:37pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

vale.olguin.58 wrote:

Hi Jamie! I'd like to get the recipe of what I've seen you cooked on your programme today: chicken with vegetables and gratiné potatoes. It looked like so tasty... Nice of you if you can publish it for me. Thanks and best regards!

You do realise that Jamie doesn't ever pop his head in here any more?????


Best ask in the relevant forum...useful info would be what country, what channel, and if you can...name the programme.. (15mm, 30mm etc....)

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#1039 Sat 22 Jun 13 3:24pm

Elfje.jk

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi everyone,

I'm from the Netherlands so my Englisch is not that good :-)

But I have A Quiestion,
I just purchased  a Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone.
We put it in the oven for the first time just like the description.
Today we want too bake A Pizza on it for the first time in the BBQ (Weber dome)

I would love too see A Film of Jame using the pizza Stone he sels..
Were can I find that?

And if ther is no film, do you have anny triks and tips?

Greetings,
Jessica

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#1040 Sun 23 Jun 13 8:45am

mummza

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Welcome to the forum Elfje.jk smile

I have not seen a film of Mr Oliver using the pizza stone .
I have some pizza stones , I usually leave them in my oven as I use them quite a lot , not always for pizza but for baking things on.

You have to allow the pizza stone to get hot for a while before you use it .( it takes quite a while to get really hot , which is what you need )
When I cook pizza for the first time on a pizza stone I have noticed that jut sometimes a little patch might stick , don't worry about this as the more the pizza stone is used the more it 'seasons' . It will also darken thee more times it is used .

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