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    I am just wondering is anyone interested in doing a Thermo/Book club type thing? Each week someone can pick something new and we practise cooking it and critique it. We can the keep adding to a recipe collection. Or, we have to each try something new each week/fortnight/monthly and post it with a review?

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    That sounds great aquillah - I'm doing sticky date puddings in the thermo for the first time tonight, will let you know how they go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquillah View Post
    I am just wondering is anyone interested in doing a Thermo/Book club type thing? Each week someone can pick something new and we practise cooking it and critique it. We can the keep adding to a recipe collection. Or, we have to each try something new each week/fortnight/monthly and post it with a review?
    I'd definitely be interested and would give me inspiration to get working with it again

    Thanks everyone - yes I've got quirky cooking on Facebook and she has a lot of lovely suitable treats she posts. I guess I'm after more main meal style? Her website has so much that it kind of overwhelmed me!

    Typically I love all pasta dishes & curries (which some I can still do). I need to start focusing more Asian I think...thanks Duckduckgoose. I did buy some gluten free pasta but it wasn't very nice.

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    Meat on the menu has a good gf selection
    I have a fb page (not dedicated to thermie, but do post both options)
    Called 'think outside the bowl'
    Dh is gluten and dairy intolerant, so that's what it's all about!

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    Wow! I sleep deprived!
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    Sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquillah View Post
    I am just wondering is anyone interested in doing a Thermo/Book club type thing? Each week someone can pick something new and we practise cooking it and critique it. We can the keep adding to a recipe collection. Or, we have to each try something new each week/fortnight/monthly and post it with a review?
    I'd be in that, I'm making an effort to do at least 2 full thermo meals a week and at the moment using all new recipes. Have bookmarked a few on the forum which I will try next.

    Pesca the San remo gf pasta is the best I've found. You do need to cook it in plenty of water tho and stir often as it has a tendency to stick together

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    I would be keen in that idea too. Got my thermie 2 days ago
    very excited to use it regularly. Renovating lounge at the moment which means thermie keeps being removed from kitchen to protect if from dust (she's on my bedside table at the moment .Have made risotto, minestrone, cada and 2 dips so far. Trying to remember how my consultant made chicken velouté so I can do that. It had leek and potato soup cooking under it. Dh wants that again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquillah View Post
    I am just wondering is anyone interested in doing a Thermo/Book club type thing? Each week someone can pick something new and we practise cooking it and critique it. We can the keep adding to a recipe collection. Or, we have to each try something new each week/fortnight/monthly and post it with a review?
    I'm in too. I love trying new things in my thermie. This week I'm trying the meatloaf from the Everyday Cookbook for the first time but I'm going to use turkey mince as I don't eat beef. Oh and I'm going to try steaming a whole chicken tomorrow... Looking forward to seeing how that goes.

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    Has anyone else named theirs? Mine's Thermione Granger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Has anyone else named theirs? Mine's Thermione Granger
    That is the best name ever. I'm jealous that you thought of that. Mine is Tallulah.

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