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  Topic Started By:  WTFH    On:  Tue 27th September, 2005 at 13:27
WTFH
Member Since: 2004
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Surrey
#1  Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:27
OK, I'm looking for some suggestions here. Not for cooking at a chalet, but at home.
Remember, I am a man, and my culinary skills are not up to much.

From memory, I have:
6 eggs
100g of cheddar cheese
200g butter
Milk
Plain flour
Self raising flower
Baking powder
Sugar

Chocolate
Hot Chocolate
Coffee
Various beers, wines & spirits.

Based on these ingredients, what could I make?
(also, if I need to buy anything else in, let me know, apart from nuts/coconuts which I can't eat)

The best suggestion WILL be made, I may even take photos of it.
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Jimbooo
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Bognor Regis/ Ellmau, Austria
#2  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:30
GO TO MCDONALDS MATE
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WTFH
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Surrey
#3  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:32

Originally posted by Jimbooo

GO TO MCDONALDS MATE

I'm not stupid.
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mista
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The sticks
#4  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:33
cake or pancake
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WTFH
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Surrey
#5  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:47

Originally posted by mista

cake or pancake


Recipe?
I post, therefore I am

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Kenzie
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#6  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:48
Make an omelette, drink the booze.
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mista
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#7  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:49

Originally posted by WTFH

Originally posted by mista

cake or pancake


Recipe?

Google
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bonzai
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 747
Squamish, Whistler & Vancouver
#8  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:56
Chocolate log ... here's the recipe ... http://www.joyofbaking.com/ChocolateSpongeCake.html#Buche%20de%20Noel ... I think you already have most of the ingredients.

Wine & cheese to finish off.
I'm sure there's enough there for toffee vodka too.

A few beers while you wait for it to cook of course.
Time for my medication please nurse
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rodent
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From Vail back to London
#9  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:59
pancakes with cheese in followed by pancakes with chocolate in!
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WTFH
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Surrey
#10  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 13:59

Originally posted by mista

Originally posted by WTFH

Originally posted by mista

cake or pancake


Recipe?

Google

Yeah, but that will give a standard recipe - what I'm looking for is variations on the standard - like putting 2x the normal amount of butter in scones, that sort of thing.
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mista
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#11  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 14:06

Originally posted by rodent

pancakes with cheese in followed by pancakes with chocolate in!

Thats pretty much what I was thinking.
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TheBoyRiley
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 616
Manchester
#12  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 14:10
i suggest some form of massive egg cake! followed by an extremely strong, irish, moccachino with a beer chaser! yum!
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rodent
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From Vail back to London
#13  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 14:11

Originally posted by mista

Originally posted by rodent

pancakes with cheese in followed by pancakes with chocolate in!

Thats pretty much what I was thinking.


pancakes with chocolate in are THE YUMMIEST things........

hungry just thinking of it!!!!
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mista
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Posts: 12,998
The sticks
#14  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 14:12
Oh I didn't see that you were willing to go shopping.

Mash up a banana and put it in a normal cake mix. Put half the made cake mix in the tin then put cocoa powder in the other half. Pour this into the centre and swirl a fork around a couple of times to get a marble effect. Once it is cooked cut it in half and put a mixture of mashed bananna and whipped cream in the middle. If you can be bothered then make a standard toffe and cut the cake in 3 with one layer of the bananna and one layer of the toffee. then decorate how you want with slices of bananna or icing sugar or whatever...

Voila a marbled chocolate banoffee cake.
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rodent
Member Since: 2004
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From Vail back to London
#15  Re: Recipes...  27 Sep '05 at 14:14

Originally posted by mista

Oh I didn't see that you were willing to go shopping.

Mash up a banana and put it in a normal cake mix. Put half the made cake mix in the tin then put cocoa powder in the other half. Pour this into the centre and swirl a fork around a couple of times to get a marble effect. Once it is cooked cut it in half and put a mixture of mashed bananna and whipped cream in the middle. If you can be bothered then make a standard toffe and cut the cake in 3 with one layer of the bananna and one layer of the toffee. then decorate how you want with slices of bananna or icing sugar or whatever...

Voila a marbled chocolate banoffee cake.

mista - were you a girl in a former life??!!??
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