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  1. Brilliant, and probably illegal under stupid health and safety. Next week fun w (@YouTube http://t.co/jo5Mbm3K)

  2. Always have your stuff when you need it with @Dropbox. 2GB account is free! http://t.co/WVWW5Wpy

  3. Definately add a calibrated thermomiter to the list, not that expensive but essential to ensuring things reach a min or don't excede a max temp and so on. Important for safety, ensuring a particular reacton does or doesn't take place. Also some ph papers can be very usefull and inexpensive. The various gells and powders are great to have but you can buy bit by bit, best value if you can get split with others, as some of the kits out there have ideal sised quantities but it works out very expensive. Also ask around, samples can sometime be obtained which can reduce costs as well (I got a box of 10 gums, alginates etc at a food supliers promotion I went with as a guest) asked, forgot about it and 2 months later a box of fun turned up.
  4. I liked an @YouTube video http://t.co/uuZtONWr Royal Vauxhall Tavern,Edna. "On top of the world"

  5. There is miming as a drag act but Adrella took it to the next level, and she al (@YouTube http://t.co/bmKwmiK1)

  6. With a suburban hoe right now http://t.co/YrlIQ6E3

  7. Arse just just dropped Satan's insulin by tripping over Sylar - £100 down the drain


  8. The dressing was really good, worked well with the bitterness of the puntarelle the orange segments also gave a nice odd kick of sweet citrus
  9. #homeofthefuture get over it insects taste nice if done right
  10. #homeofthefuture of course sous vide steak not good as fried, should have seared/blow torched it to get the maillard reaction for taste
  11. Pulled all the bits out of the Puntarelle and sliced them up and refreshed in some iced water. Boiled some Anya potatoes and sliced Segmented an orange Made a dressing:- 1 Tin Anchovies 3 Cloves Garlic 2 Heaped tsp capers Juice and zest of a lemon 1 tsp of dijon mustard Smashed it all to a pulp in a pestle and mortar added several glugs of EVO Mixed everything together and added some parmigiano reggiano shavings.
  12. That's it! Amazing what you find in a small grocers in Streatham Hill Off to make a salad
  13. It comes apart like this and has bitter taste a bit like endive Think you could be right about it being Puntarelle endive
  14. Anyone know what vegetable this is ? http://t.co/INL8skqb

  15. The brasserie's ok and the view is good not worth payout for the restaurant though. For views what about http://www.rhodes24.com/ or for drinks and snacks http://www.vertigo42.co.uk/ and also http://www.paramount.uk.net/
  16. Can someone identify this vegetable, looks a bit like a cabbage and also what to do with it, I believe it's Italian.
  17. Interesting the LP version I have it's "Alive and kicking at the country club, (@YouTube http://t.co/dEcCuHiS)

  18. Apart from home made croissants I generally buy it, as a good quality ready made is as good as I can make and saves loads of work. That said, there are times when you need to make it yourself just for the joy of doing it or if you want to do something different.
  19. Balls deployed, had to use all 72 pong pong balls, but kept them in their bags. It's for my... http://t.co/VWC8fVTh

  20. Loving having multi

    touch on my PC using Bamboo Medium Pen and Touch

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