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  • gourmetana 2 months ago
    Hi! Thanks for the comment and rate on my shrimp stock.
    There's a very nice group called I made it where GR users write reviews on recipes. Feel free to add the recipe to the group as well as a review.
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  • fewls 1 year ago
    Hi! So glad you stopped by to visit. That chicken recipe of yours looks pretty good. Right now we have about 15 different kinds of beer in the house so I will definately try this.
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  • stevek 1 year ago about Chicken Braised In Beer With Mushrooms
    As an aussie love beer and silverbeet will be trying this recipe fore sure
    thanks steve
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  • PongoUSA 1 year ago
    Thank you :)
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  • sheracj 1 year ago about Roast Harissa Lamb With Mint Chimichurri Sauce
    Love this. Great picture too!
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  • NPMarie 1 year ago about Chicken Braised In Beer With Mushrooms
    Sounds delicious:)
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  • PongoUSA 1 year ago about Chicken Braised In Beer With Mushrooms
    Hi,
    I had to check on the word silverbeet, didn't know that :) Interesting recipe, I will try it one of the next days. Thanks !
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  • gourmetana 2 years ago
    Thank you so much for making my roasted pork tenderloin recipe. I am so glad it worked for you too ;)
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  • moroccanlady 2 years ago
    hey! i noticed you liked some of my recipes.
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  • 22566 2 years ago about Chicken Braised In Beer With Mushrooms
    Hey!
    Everything is great with beer...right?
    A nice chard chicken recipe.
    Thank-you
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • sm8085 2 years ago
    Happy New Year:)
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  • Good4U 2 years ago
    LOL I hope I didn't chew your ear off with my message!!!
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  • Good4U 3 years ago
    Thanks.:-) Pleased you liked it.:-) Wow! Thanks for the Stars!!!
    I do my eggs in an egg poaching pot. It was my Grandmother's pot. Basically a pot which you put water in and another section on top of that has three holes in it and three little egg pots go into it. A dab of butter in each pot bring to boil and break eggs into the pots. Cover and cook until you get the eggs to you liking. I have seen several types of new ways but have stayed to this gem.
    I doubt I will post it. There are many recipes in here for making a perfect poached egg. I know I have one bookmarked. I will send it to you if you want. Here is a site you might find interesting too.
    http://www.hummingbirdappetite.com/2009/11/poached-eggs-in-ramekins-pepins-way.html
    Wishing you and your family a Happy Holiday Season and All The Best in the New Year.:-) Cheers!!!
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  • elgourmand 3 years ago
    Thanks for stoppin by. Yep, baccala is popular in Spain & Portugal, as well as Italy. It's interesting how the salting changes the texture of the fish. I had baccala in Portugal but it was batter fried. Good but not the same as the corn dredged. Enjoy. RJ
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  • elgourmand 3 years ago
    Can't get galangal or Turmeric plants here, that I know of. I'll have another look around. As these are both members of the ginger family and propagated from rhizomes, I don't see why this trick wouldn't work with them. They're pretty plants too. Luck. RJ
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