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what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Today at 08:53

I imagine, Max, that whoever reported KK probably did so last night and the moderator has only just got into work. All the other returned posters have been behaving themselves along the lines you suggest, so it is not surprising no-one has bothered re-banning them.

Overdone it?

Posted: Yesterday at 19:58

Of course I am voting.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 16:40

Yes, forgot to say I don't normally cook the fruit first when making crumble. I might with the rhubarb though, just bake it in the oven with a little apple, orange or lemon juice and the sugar and spices first, so as not to scorch the crumble topping with the longer cooking time needed.

Seasons round here are a bit behind the rest of you pansy southerners, because it's colder. The rhubarb has been growing back like a rampaging weed, though it is nearly time to let it die down for the winter. My plums are finished, but there are plenty of apples.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 16:18

I treated it as I would apples in the streuselkuchen (same cooking time, maybe a touch more sugar) and it came out okay. I think it goes nicely with ginger and maybe a bit of orange juice. And it's getting to the end of the season but keeps growing back in my garden, so I'm sure you could still get it.

GRN 2015 Entry?

Posted: Yesterday at 16:04

Or you can run fast and qualify for entry as a 'fast-paced club runner'.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 15:57

Phil - I can provide recipes for rhubarb and apple loaf, rhubarb streuselkuchen, rhubarb pancakes, courgette frittata, courgette and chickpea curry, courgette and cheese bread, two different kinds of courgette gratin and soon also more uses for bramley apples than you could ever want.

Oh, and I made rhubarb gin.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 13:53

A compelling point, Dachs. I think they count as honorary 'baked' goods if they can be purchased in a bakery.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 13:52

Squirty cream is too soft. Round here you get whipped cream rather than clotted, but it has a firm enough texture to spread so works okay.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 13:48

I had a Tunnock's caramel wafer yesterday.

what happened to that thread with kk and seren?

Posted: Yesterday at 13:47

Why wouldn't I be in Scotland? It's lovely here, if a bit chilly.

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