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    • diddlydoop
    • By diddlydoop 24th Aug 16, 5:59 PM
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    • 24th Aug 16, 5:59 PM
    E: 19/10 Win £100 Supermarket Vouchers 24th Aug 16 at 5:59 PM
    https://www.renshawbaking.com/gb/renshawbakeoff/kitchen-melee

    Help needed with the answers
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    • One-Eye
    • By One-Eye 24th Aug 16, 7:07 PM
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    The only dancing term I can think of is salsa

    and to lower the tone a bit - this comes before the whipping, the mounting, the boning and the spit roasting, or else you have to resort to the tossing.
    • Misslayed
    • By Misslayed 24th Aug 16, 7:11 PM
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    or spiralising!
    Originally posted by BlueBella
    Could be - but is that a baking technique?
    • BlueBella
    • By BlueBella 24th Aug 16, 7:11 PM
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    spoon coating ?


    ie:
    Coat The Back Of A Spoon
    A cooking technique used to test the doneness of a sauce

    or more typically, egg based custard.
    Originally posted by fire**fly
    The term to "coat a spoon" refers to a simple test to determine when a sauce or custard has thickened enough to use. As the liquid thickens, ...
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    • BlueBella
    • By BlueBella 24th Aug 16, 7:13 PM
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    Could be - but is that a baking technique?
    Originally posted by Misslayed
    her hair looks curly not crimped though?
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    • One-Eye
    • By One-Eye 24th Aug 16, 7:29 PM
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    The girl could be Bonne Femme

    The "baguette" could be smoking
    • Misslayed
    • By Misslayed 24th Aug 16, 7:34 PM
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    The only dancing term I can think of is salsa

    and to lower the tone a bit - this comes before the whipping, the mounting, the boning and the spit roasting, or else you have to resort to the tossing.
    Originally posted by One-Eye
    You've been doing some very interesting baking!
    • g15grw
    • By g15grw 24th Aug 16, 8:45 PM
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    The cloud on the right could be dust or dusting
    • fire**fly
    • By fire**fly 24th Aug 16, 9:21 PM
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    (football in goal picture)
    Score

    Score. Definition. To tenderize meat by making a number of shallow (often diagonal) cuts across its surface.
    This technique is also useful in marinating,
    as it allows for better absorption of the marinade.
    Last edited by fire**fly; 24-08-2016 at 9:42 PM.
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    • hdh74
    • By hdh74 25th Aug 16, 2:11 AM
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    There's a baking tool called a shredder http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/261661092412?lpid=122&chn=ps&googleloc=1007188&poi =&campaignid=620865095&device=c&adgroupid=27378760 866&rlsatarget=pla-181484322786&adtype=pla&crdt=0
    • hdh74
    • By hdh74 25th Aug 16, 2:17 AM
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    Baked pastry thingies called twisters? (as in the dancers)

    http://lolasreviews.com/lolas-kitchen-cinnamon-sugar-puff-pastry-twisters-recipe/
    Last edited by hdh74; 25-08-2016 at 2:21 AM.
    • hdh74
    • By hdh74 25th Aug 16, 2:20 AM
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    Ringlets? http://www.ghirardelli.com/recipes/dark-chocolate-glazed-coconut-ringlets/#7lEOICx1GwTUFOTf.97

    Something to do with curls like chocolate curls?

    Is the hair ginger like the spice?
    • Misslayed
    • By Misslayed 25th Aug 16, 11:19 PM
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    The more answers peeps suggest, the more I think this must be a "guess what I'm thinking" type of comp.
    • hdh74
    • By hdh74 3rd Sep 16, 5:08 PM
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    Bumping in case any fresh eyes want a look
    • funkyfifi
    • By funkyfifi 13th Sep 16, 10:09 PM
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    Not sure if it helps, but my answers were
    Twist, Score, Shred, Pipe, French Fancies, Steam, Spoon Coat, stretch, Smoke, Temper, Curl & pose <3
    Also, you don't need to get them all to enter, it just gives you more entries, so technically you could just get one right & still win I think
    • bargain_babs
    • By bargain_babs 23rd Sep 16, 12:04 AM
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    what about toast? toast marshmallows?
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