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The files may still be there.

I once deleted a couple of years of photos in a couple of folders on a hard drive and got them all back with a free utility.

The files will still be on the drive unless either overwritten (all or partially) or you have reformatted the drive.
This.
Though recent software may be able to "see through" lost or overwritten formatting as well (including TestDisk mentioned below).

EE, the important thing for the time being is to not write to the disc at all, as that may overwrite data used by one or more of the deleted files. Assuming they were there at all, it's also possible that the copying didn't work or was never done.

I've taken a look later last year at DiskDrill, but actually recovered only two or three files, which worked like a charm. Download and recovery of up to 500MB is free, you'll see if the software finds anything at all in the directory (was anything copied to the recipe directory at all?).

Alternatively, if you're Ok with a command line interface, TestDisk is free and opensource, it looks very powerful, but I can't comment on that one.
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Old 31.03.2021, 15:10
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I would not leave out the anchovies--they will not be readily apparent in so small an amount, but they will give umami to the dish. It's like adding nam pla to a Thai dish...even with chicken.
Indeed. I remember I've tried a few recipes where adding or combining some ingredients didn't make much sense to me (not that I claim that I'm a very experienced cook, mind) but they turned out absolutely phenomenal. And I, for one, love anchovies.
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Old 31.03.2021, 15:35
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Indeed. I remember I've tried a few recipes where adding or combining some ingredients didn't make much sense to me (not that I claim that I'm a very experienced cook, mind) but they turned out absolutely phenomenal. And I, for one, love anchovies.
Mmmmmmm anchovies.

Since itís just two of us and the pup, Iím going to so a lamb nierstuck on the grill, probably salad and some potatoes.....and maybe profiteroles which have nothing to do with Easter.
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Old 31.03.2021, 16:11
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Mmmmmmm anchovies.

Since itís just two of us and the pup, Iím going to so a lamb nierstuck on the grill, probably salad and some potatoes.....and maybe profiteroles which have nothing to do with Easter.
LOVE loooove profiteroles!
Me too, will be baking a Strawberry yogurt-cheesecake - nothing to do with Easter, but hey, as long as it tastes good!
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I've decided to add mousse de myrtille to the mix...if only for the gorgeous colour!
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Old 31.03.2021, 18:53
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Mmmmmmm anchovies.
Yes, fresh, or salted, I try to avoid canned ones.

The fresh ones we eat raw or fried.

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Old 31.03.2021, 19:43
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Re: What do you cook during Easter?

I have already started making a Polish bigos tonight (stewed cabbage), which could be well something like suggested by recipe below:
https://www.everydayhealthyrecipes.c...s-stew-recipe/

Once we are done with eating it, we will switch to making a classic South African braai:
https://exploresideways.com/blog/eve...african-braai/

Viva multicultural diversity with blended foods for any taste buds
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Old 31.03.2021, 20:20
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Yes, fresh, or salted, I try to avoid canned ones.

The fresh ones we eat raw or fried.

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Mine come in jars.
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Old 31.03.2021, 21:05
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Mine come in jars.
I avoid those.

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Old 31.03.2021, 21:44
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I have already started making a Polish bigos tonight (stewed cabbage), which could be well something like suggested by recipe below:
https://www.everydayhealthyrecipes.c...s-stew-recipe/

Once we are done with eating it, we will switch to making a classic South African braai:
https://exploresideways.com/blog/eve...african-braai/

Viva multicultural diversity with blended foods for any taste buds
Mmmmm, that looks good!! Pity I canít cook it as it says meat is an essential ingredient.
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Old 31.03.2021, 21:48
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Mmmmm, that looks good!! Pity I canít cook it as it says meat is an essential ingredient.
Skip the meat and add veggie bouillon cubes for added flavour instead!
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Old 31.03.2021, 21:54
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I avoid those.

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Some of the best anchovies are from Spain - Cantabrigians or Cantabrico. I don’t expect you to agree, but that’s fine. Anyway, they are mostly in jars. And they are delicious.
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Old 31.03.2021, 22:04
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Some of the best anchovies are from Spain - Cantabrigians or Cantabrico. I donít expect you to agree, but thatís fine. Anyway, they are mostly in jars. And they are delicious.
The best are salted, jared are salted ones that have been washed and packed in oil, I prefer to do that myself.

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Old 31.03.2021, 22:39
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The best are salted, jared are salted ones that have been washed and packed in oil, I prefer to do that myself.

Tom
Obviously, like most things in regard to taste, itís a matter of opinion.
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Skip the meat and add veggie bouillon cubes for added flavour instead!
I'll try that, thanks!
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Old 01.04.2021, 11:38
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I will use ready made dough and spinach for simplicity

Will post photos!
Don't worry, I also cut corners when I can.
(for instance we have a pasta maker machine for years and used it like 5 times and it was actually my husband who had the patience and inclination..) I make sushi though.

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Great idea on using the sprign ingredients, you made me thing of all the wild garlic so will add wild garlic pesto as apero on bread and also do a wild garlic leg of lamb recipe!
Just bought a bunch of wild garlic from Farmy, before having a clear idea about what to do with it (typical me) thanks for this great idea. Garlic pesto on bread, yummmy.

Great thread, OP.
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Just bought a bunch of wild garlic from Farmy
You BUY it?

We just collect it, plan to get some Saturday.

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Don't worry, I also cut corners when I can.
(we have a pasta maker machine for years and used it like 5 times and it was actually my husband who had the patience and inclination..)



Just bought a bunch of wild garlic from Farmy, before having a clear idea about what to do with it (typical me) thanks for thisgreat idea. Garlic pesto on bread, yummmy.

Great thread, OP!
Wild garlic pesto - I like to do it like the traditional pesto with a bit of parmesan and add nuts. Like pine nuts, almonds or cashews. Can experiment also with pecorino cheese. Then I toast very well a piece of toast bread and cut in stripes to dip. Am already looking forard to it! Will do tomorrow.

Depending where one is, the Uetliberg wild garlic is just out and there is plenty of it. Just wash thoroughly because of fox pee I was told
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You BUY it?

We just collect it, plan to get some Saturday.

Tom
I know, the sacrilege.
Not always though. It was a good offer. But I would buy nettles if I could, they sting even if use gloves.
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I know, the sacrilege.
Not always though. It was a good offer. But I would buy nettles if I could, they sting even if use gloves.
Use leather gloves (I use latex or leather)

Also, pick them from the bottom up, some people can even bick them without getting stung this way.

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