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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

And if you just want an egg and toast but want it to look a bit different - stick it in a muffin-sheet.

That's genius!
What would be the oven temp?

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Old 04.10.2018, 19:35
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And if you just want an egg and toast but want it to look a bit different - stick it in a muffin-sheet.

That's genius!
What would be the oven temp?
Cut a strip of bacon in 3. Make a cross underneath, and the third bit over the top.

I'm guessing 180 C, Curley?
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Old 04.10.2018, 19:44
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And if you just want an egg and toast but want it to look a bit different - stick it in a muffin-sheet.

That's genius!
What would be the oven temp?
Cute, eih? I was only just genius enough to find this on the net though
170°C, 15 minutes.

The bacon bit is a good idea. Either that or next time I will - very thinly - butter the toast a bit.
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

That's what you do in Ticino on a rainy day.
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Old 03.11.2018, 16:59
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That's what you do in Ticino on a rainy day.
I love that grill!!!
Where did you get it?

The food on it looks a bit black, I hope it's out by now?
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I love that grill!!!
Where did you get it?

The food on it looks a bit black, I hope it's out by now?
Found the Grill (Gartenkamin ) on Ebay.ch, sold by ur.deal shipped from Germany.
The food are Chestnuts and the skin gets a bit black when roasting.
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Old 03.11.2018, 17:19
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Found the Grill (Gartenkamin ) on Ebay.ch, sold by ur.deal shipped from Germany.
The food are Chestnuts and the skin gets a bit black when roasting.
Oooh delicious, exactly like those that you can buy outside and are damn expensive. I'll make mine tomorrow in the oven but it's definitely not the same thing
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Old 03.11.2018, 17:31
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Found the Grill (Gartenkamin ) on Ebay.ch, sold by ur.deal shipped from Germany.
The food are Chestnuts and the skin gets a bit black when roasting.
LOL, yes, perfect colot then. Must be cozy at your place now.
Enjoy!
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Old 08.11.2018, 22:06
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Finally I could upload few pictures of the sweets I made. The pictures are quite old actually, back to the times when I didn't care how much sugar I was eating
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Old 08.11.2018, 22:28
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Finally I could upload few pictures of the sweets I made. The pictures are quite old actually, back to the times when I didn't care how much sugar I was eating
Nice. Funny, the flowers look as if they're eatable as well.

They're not, right? It's just me tonight.
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Old 08.11.2018, 22:36
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Nice. Funny, the flowers look as if they're eatable as well.

They're not, right? It's just me tonight.
No, they are not, they are those from IKEA
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Old 09.12.2018, 06:48
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Tried blueangel's Christmas-tree-pizza-recipe. Very yummy!
I'll gladly do a few more to practice on their appearance.


And thanks for the lava-cake tip in the other thread. I'll definitely try the oven-way.
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Old 18.02.2019, 21:35
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

EF-ers no longer eat, it seems.

Tried out some black molasses cookies. They're not much to look at but have an addictive streak.

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Old 24.02.2019, 20:05
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Been craving summer rolls the other night. I decided to just make them myself. Tasty stuff .... practice will make them prettier as well hopefully.

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omtatsat, if this bores you, just post the toast that goes with your lonely egg and I'll get the message
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The guardian’s best ever veggie lasagne. We can definitely recommend this recipe.

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Today I got up the courage and made an egg!

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Old 09.03.2019, 18:19
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Today I got up the courage and made an egg!

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Compared to the last one the brown edges suggest, you got a bit distracted.

Good on you, mornings can be so lonely
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Old 14.03.2019, 18:38
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Rediscovered "Siedfleisch" (no idea what the English call that, it's a lump of beef, Tom will know as I think he mentioned it on EF a while ago), I did not know this could be so yummy and tender. From childhood I remembered it as something dry and tasteless one suffered through, hoping for a better meal the next day.

However, I simmered it about 2.5 hours in Bouillon with ognions and garlic. Then added kale, carrots and some parsnip that looked like 'use me now or never'. When the veggies were soft I took the meat out and added chinese noodles. Served it with some of the meat back in and round off with some Hoisin Sauce.

Providers of the ingredients will claim - and rightly so - this is not how to make their traditional soup. But it will return to my table.

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