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accepted What sauces go well with roast beef?
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asked How do I adjust the cooking time for two joints as opposed to one?
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asked What sauces go well with roast beef?
Dec
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comment What can replace milk in crepes?
I don't know whether it would work but if I was desperate I would experiment a bit and would try either using water or diluting the yoghurt with water to make a runnier but creamy liquid.
Dec
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answered Why is there vinegar in the bread recipe?
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comment What is the best way to making a great pavlova base?
I think it would be the water from the berries I top it with that would make it go soggy - you're right that cream and set egg white wouldn't mix by themselves!
Dec
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comment What is the best way to making a great pavlova base?
Having read the comments and Yossarin's answer - they are right to point out that it will go soggy if you top it too long before you want to eat it.
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answered What is the best way to making a great pavlova base?
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answered How to mix pasta and sauce evenly?
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accepted Can I freeze muffin mixture?
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accepted How to make softer biscotti?
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accepted What kind of rice is used in Chinese cooking?
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accepted Why use chopped tomatoes and tomato paste/puree?
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comment How to make “honeycomb” less sticky?
Good question - we also tried making this and it just came out a sticky gooey mess.
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comment How do I pound chicken (or other meat) without making a mess?
I do this too with no problem - making sure to not fully zip the bag closed - leave a small gap for air to escape otherwise it will burst. Also I use a wooden rolling pin to pound it flat so it doesn't break the bag at all.