Discovered the best kitchen gadget ever, chops ,stirs and tells you stories, My daughter aged 5 helped me out with this ,and I got to find out all I ever need t know about pepper pig and apparently nasty ladies who have docked my dogs tail (patently bothers her)
She doesn't live with me so time together is limited but I am determined to teach her life skills one of which is cooking
Steak tagliatelle coated with diane sauce mushrooms and seasoned on the board
My fave kitchen gadget is a hand held blender just because I love making soup. Followed a close second by a set of Japanese knives , sharp enough to slice through a finger nail into the flesh below. And doesn't half hurt!!
The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive.
I let Phoebe chop the herbs using a cross chop technique fingers no where near the cutting edge,,gave her a sense of inclusion if I can get her to enjoy cooking then that's mission accomplished, Professionally worked with some good people and learnt a lot, but my original inspiration was my mum who gave the basics and on reflection was quite a good cook
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That's a mouth watering meal you've made Andrew, got my saliva flowing!
A blunt knife is dangerous & no good in a kitchen.
My favourite knife is a Henkles paring knife, only a 4 inch blade but a joy to use on blood oranges etc., as it doesn't squeeze the fruit so not much juice is lost.
My daughter loves the I O Shen brand, she has a santoku knife, a beautiful knife indeed!
Never a problem thinking of gifts for her.
Learning to dance, where one step forward & two steps back is progress!
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