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    Quote Originally Posted by Potoooooooo View Post
    I got a small amount of black truffle as a gift. What is the best way to enjoy it?
    I always enjoy some with my Iranian beluga caviar, but where can you find that these days?

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    At 53 I think I have finally mastered the perfect roast chook.

    The stuffing consists of breadcrumbs, dried herbs, some olive oil, salt pepper, a grated Granny Smith apple and some melted butter - enough oil and butter to give it a crumbly texture. Spoon into cavity.

    For the skin all I did was put some softened butter under the skin of the breasts then used more softened butter to massage onto the whole chicken!

    Cooked at 200C for 25mins, then on 160C for 20mins per 1/2kg and a bit more for good luck. I don’t touch the chicken while it’s cooking.

    It came out with perfectly crispy golden skin and succulent meat inside. Stuffing was not solid, and still a bit crumbly but delicious.

    Yummy

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    Working on cutesy stuff with my daughter. Cute Cookie Dough thingys. These are unbaked. Flour was baked prior to cooking and no egg. Taste nice. Wouldn’t eat a lot of them in a sitting though.

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    Monkey cookies

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    looks more like a cow to me

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    Cake pops.

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    They look like ABC gum on a stick.
    When conservatives realize they cannot win democratically, they will not abandon conservatism. They will abandon democracy.

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    I had a go at Roast Beef last night and it came out good. Enough for me for lunch today and some to slice for Bilby’s lunches through the week. Not bad for around $15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiprHead View Post
    They look like ABC gum on a stick.
    They do, don’t they. They are supposed to be near perfectly spherical, which isn’t easy. I might need to add a little more butter cream frosting or work the cake into crumbs more. That’ll get rid of that ABC gum look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmbteach View Post
    I had a go at Roast Beef last night and it came out good. Enough for me for lunch today and some to slice for Bilby’s lunches through the week. Not bad for around $15.
    I've always wanted to try cooking a pot roast but have never known how to get started. I loved it when my grandmother made pot roast.
    When conservatives realize they cannot win democratically, they will not abandon conservatism. They will abandon democracy.

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