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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 8:17pm

:D I will report back.
Question, so would you do the anchovies before you cook the onions and peppers, and then add the peppers and onion to the anchovy flavour oil in the pan?

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Friday, July 11th 2008, 8:26am

OK I'll give it a whirl too!
Where do I buy these posh tomatoes in a chair? Would a tin of common ones and some tom puree do? Or passatta?





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Friday, July 11th 2008, 10:42am

I have shares in passatta, I go through tons of the stuff.

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Friday, July 11th 2008, 12:25pm

passata would be fine.

If you are going to put onions in to avoid the anchovy burning I'd probably do the onions first and then the anchovy. Just keep the heat really low as you would for cooking onions and don't be stingy with the olive oil.







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Monday, December 22nd 2008, 9:59am

Purple porridge

This is our current favourite breakfast. Make your porridge as normal with oats and milk either on the stove or in the microwave, sweeten it as you prefer, we use honey but thats not suitable for under one year olds, so a bit of sugar in that case, then get frozen blueberries from the freezer and stir them in. The porridge is instantly cool enough to eat, the fruit defrosted and it goes a gorgeous purple colour. We buy our blueberries ready frozen (they are on offer in tesco this week) but you could buy fresh and freeze them yourself. We have used raspberries too but they are not as naturally sweet and therefore you need more honey/sugar, and you don't get the purple colour. It also means DD has had around half the milk she needs in a day and a portion of fruit, and so have I!





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Sunday, March 8th 2009, 8:28pm

Easy peasy dinner

Cook some pasta, drain it then stir in some grated cheese, a chopped avocado and a couple of chopped up slices of ham. Yummy. I enjoyed it too!








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