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  1. #7461
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    Not really hungry tonight. Just a cheeky Stir Fry


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    That's a place mat from Australia, it's seen better days, been well used
    Ah I see... I stand corrected! Have you given up on wine? I haven't seen you drinking much lately...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Not really hungry tonight. Just a cheeky Stir Fry

    Nice... Fresh ingredients (obviously), simply but well done. I can tell you can cook

    No offence, but does Cheryl not know how to use a frying pan?

    I don't get how you're out all day working and still have to cook all your meals

    Marco.
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    I do all the cooking cos i want to live another day..

    Only 10 mins a stir fry.. Besides Chez works 12 Hour days

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Multigrain loaf cooked in cast iron pan. Gonna have this with bits and bobs later.




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    Not bad at all.

    If you can take a postive tip, work on tightening the skin of the dough before you put it in the Dutch oven.

    Watch some YT videos for how to do it. I was shown on a specialist bread making course.

    I wouldn't expect anyone to know. Unless you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    I do all the cooking cos i want to live another day..

    Only 10 mins a stir fry.. Besides Chez works 12 Hour days
    Ah ok, lol.

    Marco.
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    Tape Deck: Tandberg TCD 310, fully restored and recalibrated as new, by RDE, plus upgraded with heads from the TCD-420a. Also with matching TM4 Norway microphones.

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  7. #7467
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    Considering its multi-grain Tony my comment may have been a little harsh. It's never going to look that smooth.

    Anyway, feel free to criticise mine. Seriously into stoneground wholemeal at 70% hydration, 70% wholemeal/30% 00 pasta flour at 700g total flour weight at the mo.

    The little black dots are poppy seeds inside the dough.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Ah I see... I stand corrected! Have you given up on wine? I haven't seen you drinking much lately...

    Marco.
    Just having a dry couple of weeks. Got 'on it' when my cousin was down from Scotland for a few days a week or so back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Considering its multi-grain Tony my comment may have been a little harsh. It's never going to look that smooth.

    Anyway, feel free to criticise mine. Seriously into stoneground wholemeal at 70% hydration, 70% wholemeal/30% 00 pasta flour at 700g total flour weight at the mo.

    The little black dots are poppy seeds inside the dough.

    That looks fantastic.

    You wonít get any criticism from me, Iím a total newbie this and happy to take your advice . This was only my second attempt using this technique and I will gladly bone up on tightening the skin.

    To be honest, I was glad I had something edible as it was a bit of a rush job done in between sorting out dinner for later.

    It turned out better than I thought and tasted lovely dipped in olive oil and balsamic.




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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    That looks fantastic.

    You wonít get any criticism from me, Iím a total newbie this and happy to take your advice . This was only my second attempt using this technique and I will gladly bone up on tightening the skin.

    To be honest, I was glad I had something edible as it was a bit of a rush job done in between sorting out dinner for later.

    It turned out better than I thought and tasted lovely dipped in olive oil and balsamic.




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    Yeah appearance doesn't generally affect taste but some eat with their eyes too!

    I'm sure it tasted great. As long as the basics are correct then even most Artisan bakeries can go take a hike. Really I mean that. They can be beat quite easily since even they suffer from commercial pressures.

    Bertinet are a Bath based Artisan bakery and beating them is not hard. Though they really are excellent at appearance as a rule.

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