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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    You have just inspired me to make a lasagna tomorrow, thanks

    Ok now I need to vent and only those involved in this thread will feel my pain....

    Inspired by you lovely ladies, I spent all afternoon making chicken & veggie curry pies....mixture in slow cooker to further enhance flavours and HANDMADE the pastry. Fantastic I hear you say, why thank-you, I was pretty proud of my efforts too.

    Then DH gets home starving and wants to cook them early - no problem. He puts them in the oven and both of us can't wait to try them! Bear with me...getting to the finale....10mins goes by and I can smell burning from upstairs. I go down to kitchen to investigate...DH had put the GRILLER on instead of f*^#ing oven!!!!!!

    Needless to say top ofpies burnt to a crisp while rest of pastry still raw....dial a pizza coming up....SO upset
    feel for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    barley makes a lovely risotto too!!

    barley and mushroom
    barley and pumkin
    barley and beetroot
    Wow risotto??? Thanks for that will give it a go. Normal risotto is way to heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    barley makes a lovely risotto too!!

    barley and mushroom
    barley and pumkin
    barley and beetroot
    I'm ashamed to say I've never had barley before!! sounds like I may have to try it in a risotto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    I'm ashamed to say I've never had barley before!! sounds like I may have to try it in a risotto!
    Neither have I. I'll have to give it a go one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    You have just inspired me to make a lasagna tomorrow, thanks

    Ok now I need to vent and only those involved in this thread will feel my pain....

    Inspired by you lovely ladies, I spent all afternoon making chicken & veggie curry pies....mixture in slow cooker to further enhance flavours and HANDMADE the pastry. Fantastic I hear you say, why thank-you, I was pretty proud of my efforts too.

    Then DH gets home starving and wants to cook them early - no problem. He puts them in the oven and both of us can't wait to try them! Bear with me...getting to the finale....10mins goes by and I can smell burning from upstairs. I go down to kitchen to investigate...DH had put the GRILLER on instead of f*^#ing oven!!!!!!

    Needless to say top ofpies burnt to a crisp while rest of pastry still raw....dial a pizza coming up....SO upset
    This has happened to me so dh is not allowed to touch now. You poor love

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    You have just inspired me to make a lasagna tomorrow, thanks

    Ok now I need to vent and only those involved in this thread will feel my pain....

    Inspired by you lovely ladies, I spent all afternoon making chicken & veggie curry pies....mixture in slow cooker to further enhance flavours and HANDMADE the pastry. Fantastic I hear you say, why thank-you, I was pretty proud of my efforts too.

    Then DH gets home starving and wants to cook them early - no problem. He puts them in the oven and both of us can't wait to try them! Bear with me...getting to the finale....10mins goes by and I can smell burning from upstairs. I go down to kitchen to investigate...DH had put the GRILLER on instead of f*^#ing oven!!!!!!

    Needless to say top ofpies burnt to a crisp while rest of pastry still raw....dial a pizza coming up....SO upset
    Oh no I would of been so upset too

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    omg pesca, i would have cried! how shyte.

    im sure it tasted yummo with the rice though

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    Chicken laksa to start for dinner made by DH and was delicious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post

    Ok now I need to vent and only those involved in this thread will feel my pain....
    that really sucks did you have to throw the whole thing away or the mixture was still ok?

    by the way, when you ladies make curry, do you use paste or powder and which brand is good? i've never made a good curry.

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    Thai yellow curry. I also had garlic naan.
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