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4 years 5 months ago #18392 by Johnno
Johnno replied the topic: FOOD!
These little gems would be great for all little children
Candy canes
Mini milky ways
Tiny teddies
Chocolate to stick together
Easie peasie

as long as I wake up alive I'm happy
Because it could be worse
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3 years 9 months ago #20693 by johnperth78
johnperth78 replied the topic: FOOD!
I'm just doing Cowboy mini cheesecakes and i Have question about butterscotch schnapps, can i replace it by something?
Best regards from Perth :)

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3 years 9 months ago #20694 by mrsmagoo
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Hi Johnperth78, yes you can I have used all sorts of different alcohol. Find your favourite cocktail and give it a go. :)

Taking it one step at a time :)

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3 years 9 months ago #20695 by grappers
grappers replied the topic: FOOD!
Hi Johnperth78,
We experimented with different types of drinks for making Cowboys, while changing Baileys present no problems as many producers have a liquor that is similar, Butterscotch Schnapps has a taste all of it's own, but there are different flavours in Schnapps so you can try any flavour, there is an orange flavour that does work, also Medori works well with Baileys, you will have to try different alcohols with the Baileys to see what goes together, the main objective is balance and flavour when they do mix in the mouth, you don't want one to overpower the other, thats why the original recipe works.

Don

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3 years 8 months ago #20962 by grappers
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Here is simple dish full of flavour, where it asks for beef fillet slightly frozen so you can cut it thin, I go to Asian supermarkets, look in the frozen sections they have beef thinly sliced already packed ready to use, thinner than you could do at home, as the beef is cooked as the hot soup is poured over.

Beef Pho
200g of rice noodles sticks
1.5 litres of beef stock ( shop bought is fine, as is salt reduced )
1 star anise
4cm piece of fresh ginger sliced, doesn't need peeling
2 pig trotters cut in half by the butcher
1/2 an onion studded with two cloves
2 stems of lemon grass pounded
2 cloves of garlic pounded
1/4 tsp white pepper
1 tbs fish sauce
400g beef fillet
90g bean sprouts
2 spring onions finely chopped
25g fresh coriander chopped
25 g vietnamese mint fresh chopped ( or normal mint)
1 fresh red chilli sliced

fresh red chillies extra to serve, as well as coriander, 2 limes, cut into quarters and fish sauce

Soak noodles in boiling water for 10-15 minutes drain
Bring the stock, star anise, ginger, trotters, onion, lemon grass, garlic and white pepper to the boil in a large saucepan.
Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes.
Strain, return to pan and add fish sauce.

Divide noodles amongst bowls, then top with beef, sprouts, spring onion, coriander, mint and chilli, ladle over hot broth.

Place extra chilli, mint coriander and fish sauce in small bowls on a platter, serve with the soup and allow your guest to help themselves to extra garnishes if they like.
Serves 4

For those who like chewing on pig trotters, keep them to chew on later.

Don
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3 years 1 month ago #22173 by jillycoo
jillycoo replied the topic: FOOD!
Anyone here follow a Low FODMAP diet? I have been doing it for near on 6 years now and it's made the world of difference to me.

I'm just curious to hear about other peoples' experiences to!


Cheers - Jill :cheer:

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