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I would like to know what are the best methods of cooking potatoes in order to make them as he...
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I think I may have added too much cumin seed in my curry sauce last night and it has this dry ...
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I am getting organised for Xmas and would like to know about stuffing turkey, specifically –...
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I recently watched a cooking show, and in one of the recipes the instruction was to put the sp...
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I have had over the years a few fish fillets that go all mushy and milky when cooked. What is the...
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I have heard that you need to “purge” some types of shellfish. Can you please expl...
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Various meats can be “cooked” using lemon juice. But how does lemon juice actually...
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What way do you recommend for boiling potatoes ? Or is it as simple as putting them in a pot ...
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Some recipes have instructions to make a cornflour slurry and slowly add it to a stew or ca...
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I love “corn on the cob” as it is so much nicer than canned corn but I have a few ...
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Every now and then I break an egg into my cake batter and end up dropping in shell bits that a...
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