If You Can’t Stand The Heat

Mary

I was looking online hoping to see if I possibly could find a quick and easy recipe for my dinner party at the weekend and was bamboozled by the alternatives on offer. I was blasted with big and bold recipes for things which I would never cook in a million years. And So I asked at the club if anyone knew of a easy, plain speaking site that could be of assistance. And guess who spoke up? Only Marjorie Kemp! I wanted to know how long to cook the meat and stuff as I always seem to get the cook times mixed up.So, the advice I got to best find out how long to cook some things was check a really useful internet site and look there to see the stuff you need to know. I was a bit dubious at first. Don’t forget her rhubarb tarts? Hard enough to use as gun stones and so bitter they took the enamel from your teeth. I remember her poor baking and wouldn’t trust her word as this being a good place to go to for assistance. The internet site she gave me was really rather good and she said that all I needed to know was provided within its pages. I kept studying the website she gave me and saw that it contained an abundance of beneficial information.

The web page is actually fantastic, it’s recipes cooking hints cooking calculators that show you just how long to cook meats and such but in addition if you ever need to know cook times, for say a sponge cake, it has it all there. So I went into it searching for just the right food to serve up to my guests, who eat just like a starving army by the way, and found really wholesome and filling meals all laid out for me.
It genuinely was merely a case of one from column A and two from column B, I have been spoiled for choice. Not just that I even found some great ideas about perking up our daily dinners. I was getting a bit frustrated with cooking the same stuff everyday; you know how Ted loves his hotpots! But this page gave me new ideas about how to liven them up a little.

So I decided to have a test meal at the house for Ted and I sticking to the cook times that the site recommended and was able to stay within the how long to cook parameters laid out. Result a happy Ted as he tucked into oven baked salmon and potatoes en croute. That’s spuds baked in paper…I didn’t have any idea that you might do that and I need to say you should attempt them.

If you want to give the internet site a bash just sign on and find out what you can find. I believe that you will soon be doing just like me and trying out lots of different new things. I know that your Boyd likes his curries, and they’ve got recipes for that too. Just remember to stick to the cook times they give you or how long to cook and you will adore it.

Have a fantastic day…Florrie.

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