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    Need. More. Supplies!

    The best thing about it is that ds LOVES cooking, but I get frustrated with the extra time it would take with him *helping* and also impulsive little hands and knives dont mix! But he loves throwing everything in, I think he's helped cook almost everything I've made.... Now if only he'd eat it!

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**

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    Yay! My hubby loves ours too, he can see it's worth every cent

    I just get my kids to help collect ingredients from pantry and fridge, pass them to me etc. They love to help roll out pizza and other doughs.


    Today I have grated cheese, made batter for 'cheesy breads' and a smoothie. We are having peking duck pancakes for dinner so will also do the pancake batter.

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    Can't wait to join this thread, decided I'm going to get one for mothers day. I just can't find a bad word said about these machines. I think it's amazing everyone who has one loves it and uses it multiple times a day/week.

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    I can't wait to join this thread, I've decided I'm going to get one for Mothers day, I just can't believe there is not a bad word said about these machines. So excited.

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    What are the best cook books? I use google a lot, but I like being able to flip through a book

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pregnor View Post
    What are the best cook books? I use google a lot, but I like being able to flip through a book

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**
    I asked the same Q in a fb group, I'll add you to it so you can see the responses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    I asked the same Q in a fb group, I'll add you to it so you can see the responses.
    Can you add me too?

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    Meat on the Menu - heaps of awesome main meals. Obviously no good if you're vegetarian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine81 View Post
    Meat on the Menu - heaps of awesome main meals. Obviously no good if you're vegetarian!
    Yep, I love that one for mains.


 

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