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    I've actually bought a lot of cook books as of late.

    The last two recipes I have done are:

    * Thomas Keller's (Ad Hoc) Chicken and Dumpling Soup
    * David Tanis' (A Platter of Figs) Harira Soup

    I'm not sure what I will do next, but I will probably do something by the end of the week. Both were exceptionally good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I'm not sure what I will do next, but I will probably do something by the end of the week. Both were exceptionally good.
    I'm sure your family is pleased that you are a regular participant in this "challenge" K!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    I'm sure your family is pleased that you are a regular participant in this "challenge" K!
    Yeah, you are probably right BUT the wife did ask this week: "Was there a sale on cookbooks or something?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Yeah, you are probably right BUT the wife did ask this week: "Was there a sale on cookbooks or something?"
    Sounds like a pretty good deal for her still. At least you use them. Most of us just collect.

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    Carefull you'll start getting the glares I get now I really should find a way to get all my books in one area... I have 4 bookshelves in 3 rooms full... Oh boy...

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    Ok thanks to work having a great sale on roasts I got a 4lb sirloin roast to work out the system outlined in The River Cottage Meat book.

    Blasted for a full 30 minutes than dropped to 325 for 40 minutes. Came out beautifuly

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