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Moniker wrote: »
Evening all!Majjak thanks for tip on the yorkies. Do you add the water in addition to the milk or to replace some of it?
nat21luv wrote: »
lucky for me, my poor cat (dave) has come to realise that if he doesnt eat the wilko's/tescos own brand then kitty kitty wont get anything! he sits hiding under the dishwasher door, waiting for me to leave the kitchen before he jumps IN the dishwasher to lick the plates! yuk! naughty dave! he goes through 3 pouches and a 1/4 box of biscuits a day, he's constantly crying for food so glad its only the cheap stuff. i gave him the remainder of my chicken last night and he obviously loved it as he thought a suitable 'present' to bring me after a few hours hunting, was a HUGE black spider and drop it on my foot! no din dins for dave tonight
Hippeechiq wrote: »
By the way - does anyone knoweally if £idl sell a decent strength/flavour/quality coffee? (not Gold Blend) OH & I like Kenco Rich Roast and it would be r helpful if I could find something equally as nice, but cheaper. I realise some of you may think Kenco Coffee is a luxury, but I refuse to compromise on the flavour/quality of my Coffee. However, I'm not too proud to pay less for it
ChocClare wrote: »
I used the Marigold veggie stock AND I FOLLOWED THEIR INSTRUCTIONS but it was so salty none of us could eat it :eek: so most of it went in the bin..
dropscone wrote: »
did you follow their instructions for a risotto or for the total amount of liquid you were using? I've caught myself before doing it for the total amount of liquid, because it reduces down so much, it's bound to concentrate the salt too much.
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