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6 October 2013
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In a couple of hours - the big Canberra splurge - having pizza, garlic bread and Pepsi delivered (this is living it up big time in our neck of the working class woods).

Just because the local rugby league grand final is on TV today and no one can be bothered cooking :)

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6 October 2013
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I don't usually join in this indulgence. However, 40 minutes of roasting, 3 long carrots, 2 red and 2 white onions, half a dozen chesnut mushrooms, 4 quartered tomatoes, 14 slices of Chirizo, and 7 Piri Piri chicken wings! Yummy yummy! Just what's needed at 4:30am on a Sunday morning!

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6 October 2013
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Nice to see you join in here, mja.

4.30 on a Sunday morning? If I ever were up at that time of the morning (night?), I couldn't make and eat that.  Still, everyone has their timetable I suppose.  :D

Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.

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6 October 2013
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An apple. Really!
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6 October 2013
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Strawberry ice cream and a cup of coffee -- for lunch.

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7 October 2013
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Chocolate dipped cheesecake that my wife brought back from the Apple Fest. The 3 year old was sick yesterday, so I sacrificed for the greater good and stayed home to care for him. And to be honest, it didn't hurt that yesterday had football/playoff baseball/boxing/golf on TV... brian-epstein

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7 October 2013
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About to get some raw veggies with houmous. I need an energy boost, and this tastes so much better than instant coffee.

Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.

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11 October 2013
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About to make homemade apple sauce for the first time ever despite having no scales or jars to put it in (I have spare cooking apples and no space in the freezer). Don't even know what its meant to look or taste like before cooling except mushy.a-hard-days-night-paul-7 

If I go offline for a days over the weekend it may be because I've poisoned myself.paul-mccartney

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Good luck meanmistermustard! Please don't poison yourself and deny us of all your great posts apple01 here's a spare apple in case you need it! 

11 October 2013
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meanmistermustard said
About to make homemade apple sauce for the first time ever despite having no scales or jars to put it in (I have spare cooking apples and no space in the freezer). Don't even know what its meant to look or taste like before cooling except mushy.a-hard-days-night-paul-7 

If I go offline for a days over the weekend it may be because I've poisoned myself.paul-mccartney

If it works out, we can sell it in the Apple Jams museum cafe.

 

11 October 2013
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Thanks peeps. Its cooled down and in the fridge waiting for something to go with it.

Someone told me you could roast your carrot peelings (skins) (as you can do with other root vegetables too) so cooked those earlier, all that's needed is the faintest smidgen of olive oil and a dash of salt to taste, and they were delicious. Looking forward to doing it again along with potato skins.

Anyone know what to do with a lemon that's been dezestified?

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11 October 2013
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walrusgumboot said

An apple. Really!
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Yep, me too! Palming it even as I type.

I remember George saying 'Blimey, he's always talking about “Yesterday”, you'd think he was Beethoven or somebody' - Paul McCartney

11 October 2013
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^^ No idea on the lemons sorry, though my wife likes to grill capsicum slices and have them with a twist of lemon or a bit of soy sauce.

For me, about to have a slice of home-made banana bread with a coffee.

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13 October 2013
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The apple sauce is good and have a banana, cherry and apple cake with lemon juice (see above) drizzled over it cooling down, the first i've made. I wonder if this is how John felt after he made his first loaf and its no surprise why he kept baking?a-hard-days-night-john-6

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13 October 2013
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^

I once had to make apple sauce for a chemistry assignment. We had to pay attention to the acidity and stuff like that. Turned out quite nice and that assignment is such a good way to introduce young teens to chemistry in a fun way.

I just had chocolate brownie cake with a layer of Nutella around it. So fattening, but oh so wonderful.

13 October 2013
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Chemistry was always far more interesting doing the experiments than learning from the textbooks. 

 

The chocolate brownie cake sounds delicious. Is Nutella nice, i always think it would taste like those KP Chocolate Dips that always left a horrid taste in the mouth so never go near it.kp_choc_dips_32g.jpgImage Enlarger

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13 October 2013
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meanmistermustard said
Chemistry was always far more interesting doing the experiments than learning from the textbooks. 

 

The chocolate brownie cake sounds delicious. Is Nutella nice, i always think it would taste like those KP Chocolate Dips that always left a horrid taste in the mouth so never go near it.kp_choc_dips_32g.jpgImage Enlarger

My high school chemistry classroom was SO COLD. I don't remember a thing we did in there except try to keep from freezing to death.

I discovered Nutella on my first European vacation. Good stuff. I had Nutella and banana crêpes several times in Paris! Oui! Oui!

 

 

13 October 2013
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Nutella is not healthy so that's it off my list before it ever got on (i'm trying to eat better - yes i know i made a cake today). If correct, and there are tons of varying opinions between experts on what foods are good and bad and im not going to start telling people what to eat, then this is quite shocking (especially the video). I'm finding it more interesting discovering what really is going into what we eat.

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14 October 2013
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A somewhat unhealthy choc peanut nut bar with my morning coffee while I browse the "Anthology" book which arrived a few hours ago.  Then I'll try and decide whether to listen to "New" or Pearl Jam's "Lightning Bolt" first.  What a start to the week :)

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14 October 2013
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Fig newtons smeared with peanut butter, to go with my coffee.

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