Yes I did thanks
I'm making the chilli con carne for my DH tonight. What should I serve this with? The recipe just sounds like a big bowl of mince & beans!! Or is that all it's supposed to be?
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27-06-2012 12:16 #411
27-06-2012 13:27 #412
27-06-2012 16:27 #413
I got mine a week ago, I don't like it, I prefer to cook normally and will be selling it, I just feel like I'm not using it enough to warrant 2k I was so excited to get it as well
27-06-2012 16:33 #414
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27-06-2012 17:54 #415
A week is such a short time! Have you had any issues we could help with? I second contacting your consultant
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27-06-2012 18:26 #416
I agree with Thermy. A week is a very short time to decide you don't like it. What have you made so far? I don't use mine every day, but I do love it. It makes everyday things so much easier - sauces, rice, steamed veg etc plus all the other stuff it can do.
27-06-2012 18:27 #417
27-06-2012 19:44 #418
Oh that's a pity. I've had mine for 19 months and I still use it 3+ times a day. Almost all of our main meals are made in there plus lots of snack things. I also use it for things like grating cheese
27-06-2012 21:39 #419
For things like grating cheese i think about setting it up and doing it, but then it's just easier and quicker to grab the grater..? Less set up, less clean up... I did have the lady come again but she didn't offer to make anything and to be honest wasn't very helpful, she also put off every single person at my party from buying
Iv made mash potato, was like liquid, made bikkies and burnt them in my silly oven, I made porridge that was good but a pita to clean from the blades, it just seems to take longer than normal cooking. Also I only have the main cookbook it comes with and there's not much that interests me, perhaps I should just preserver and grab some more cook books? maybe make a cocktail in it first off haha!!
27-06-2012 21:42 #420
Do you need to follow the cook books? I like to make my own meals from scratch and I think that's the problem, I feel like I'm forced to follow instructions when I just want to make my own recipes, if that makes sense?
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