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KAAT_LADY wrote: »
I made the curry this morning,,
then took DH to the doctors where he got a prescription,, so off we toodles to MrT's to get it ..
as it was just after one o'clock we had to wait an hour for the pharmacy to open,, so we had a coffee,, picked up the prescription and headed home,,
on the way home remembered I had not the tax disc for the car so we detoured to get it and then found out we did not have any documents in the car,, so we went home,,
, to find the curry still on the hob with the gas still on,,,the smell of burning was atrocious,,It had tasted nice when we went out but now will have to throw it away,,
After that I took the documents down to the post office only to find out that the dvla had sent the wrong logbook back,,,, so did not get my tax disc,,,
therefore phoned them up and was on the phone for 14minutes,,, luckily I had gone through SAYNOTO0870 so it did not cost me anything to phone,,
they thought they had sent out the right documents so after a while he did my tax over the phone which will take 4-5 working days,,
and he will send me the correct documents out in the post as well
so have had a hectic day...........................and no curry
turbo5019 wrote: »
Quick question has anyone frozen runner beans? if so do you blance them?
if so how long and do they taste as nice from frozen sorry for all the questions.
SAV3R wrote: »
I have been freezing runner beans for years, never blanched them. All I do is peel the edges, to prevent stringiness, then slice thinly and on the diagonal.
When cooking I bring to the boil for 5-10 mins. I cannot stand shop bought frozen beans but these are delicious and we always have to save some for Xmas lunch. HTH
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