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    Quote Originally Posted by sycx View Post
    That is the best name ever. I'm jealous that you thought of that. Mine is Tallulah.
    DH came up with it because of all the kitchen wizardry going on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Has anyone else named theirs? Mine's Thermione Granger
    Mine will be called Jack (of all trades)

    Yet to receive it though (need to organise the delivery demo!)

    But thermionie is awesome!

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    Therman if you have young ones get baby and toddler book

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    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.
    I'm a thermomix consultant now, did you want me to pm the velouté recipe to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Has anyone else named theirs? Mine's Thermione Granger
    No but I know its a girl

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    Just made ginger honey chicken in 15mins very nice the family loved it. I had the sauce with rice as i don't eat chicken. Yummmmm!!!! Im getting my therm buzz back woo

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Just made ginger honey chicken in 15mins very nice the family loved it. I had the sauce with rice as i don't eat chicken. Yummmmm!!!! Im getting my therm buzz back woo

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    Where was that recipe from LoCo??

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    I loved the cada when I tried it at a cooking class. But since I'm dairy free, how else could I eat it without being too dry on its own?

    I've had the coconut yoghurt before which was ok, but extremely expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    I loved the cada when I tried it at a cooking class. But since I'm dairy free, how else could I eat it without being too dry on its own?

    I've had the coconut yoghurt before which was ok, but extremely expensive.
    Maybe you could try with some coconut cream - I have read that you can put a can in the fridge and scoop the cream off of the top and use the rest for making smoothies. Or maybe with some stewed fruit?

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