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#1121 Mon 08 Jul 13 10:02am

tbull

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

I can't get Patak's Tikka paste in Australia. What brand could I use instead or do you think it would be better to make it from scratch?

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#1122 Tue 09 Jul 13 3:27am

Maree

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Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Ask me a cooking question

tbull wrote:

I can't get Patak's Tikka paste in Australia. What brand could I use instead or do you think it would be better to make it from scratch?

Sharwoods is generally reliable smile.


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#1123 Tue 09 Jul 13 6:13pm

Jamie's Food Team

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Amandatrant wrote:

Hi, I was given some beautiful venison from Scotland earlier this year.  i made a casserole with some straight away and froze the rest.  I think our friend had been given a whole haunch of red deer and couldn't fit it all in his freezer.  Anyway I was wondering if there is a way I can tell if the meat would be suitable for cooking like a steak or whether I need to cook it long and slow?

Amanda

The best thing to do is find a diagram online and work out which cut of meat you have from there then search for recipes using each cut. The saddle is the most tender part of the animal and is great cut into thick steaks, seared on either side and served medium rare. The other parts of the animal are a little more complicated and many do need slow cooking to tenderize. The best thing to do is either as your butcher or do a little research online. I hope that helps!

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#1124 Tue 09 Jul 13 9:26pm

Haz1

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Do you still make school food nice because my school has repulsive food
WWW.broadoakschool.co.uk
We need help to sort the food out please help me. help

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#1125 Thu 11 Jul 13 3:17pm

Virenkshah

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie. I have been watching your 15 minute meals and want to make the steamed coconut buns...however was wondering if it would work if i stuff the buns with meat or veg before steaming?

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#1126 Thu 11 Jul 13 6:08pm

taliassteak

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

How can I prepare delicious Kosher food?

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#1127 Sat 13 Jul 13 3:27pm

manitho

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Member since Sat 13 Jul 13

Re: Ask me a cooking question

hello everybody from venice, italy! it's my first time on any forum and i really dont know how it works, my english is ...well ...so and so.... anyway i do need some help and advices...IT'S TIME TO CHANGE! after 13 years of a fish restaurant we're going to STEAK HOUSE, that means meat: hamburgers, t-bone steaks, ribs, pork and else. restaurant hold about 300 sits, and we need all advices and suggests for cooking and serving.

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#1128 Wed 17 Jul 13 5:35pm

Shakira786

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Member since Wed 17 Jul 13

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi there,

I have just purchased the Phillips Jamie Oliver food processor , I love baking , am I able to mix cake batter in the processor ?

Looking forward to your reply
Kindest regards

Shakira smile

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#1129 Thu 18 Jul 13 1:06am

pausiel

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie! I just saw the show from the Jaimie at Home series where you cook a Welsh Rarebit... I would love to try cooking it, and though I have found your recipe, I can't find the chilli jam recipe you used in the show... Is the only thing I am missing so I can start cooking!
Thank you very much!
Best Regards,
Paulina Sierra (Mexico)

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#1130 Sat 20 Jul 13 4:51pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Ask me a cooking question

ACDC wrote:

reported

I reported this one around six hours ago hmm.


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