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    The peeler has a nifty cutter on it that let's you make cool shapes with veggies, flowers and spaghetti strands and stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I was so disappointed because I really liked my original consultant! A lot! She was going away not long after I bought it so understandably put me onto a local consultant but I just never heard a peep. Apparently she has the server, too lol. So basically internet and friends with tmxs are my support haha. And quirky jo!
    I would ring thermomix head office and get your thermoserver and a new consultant .

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    I would ring thermomix head office and get your thermoserver and a new consultant .
    Agreed!

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    Milo Biscuits - quick, simple & delish

    I keep using my Thermy for mainly sweets

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    I used this recipe tonight to make a marinade to do 'chicken on sticks' [kebabs] for dinner. I usually do a honey soy or something but wanted something different.
    Neither 'too chilli' nor 'peanut buttery - like satay' ...went well with a light salad.

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...-chicken/31900

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    Pesca yum wheres that recipe? Forum? Dd would lovvvve these:thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
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    Milo Biscuits - quick, simple & delish

    I keep using my Thermy for mainly sweets
    They look great! Recipe? My kids love milo (but stuff em, more for meeeeee!)

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    I made the aussie beef pies from the edc. Loved them!

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    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...biscuits/34448

    I hope this link works - if not then on the recipe community they are simply called 'Milo Biscuits'.

    I followed the recipe exactly and they are quite sweet - still lovely, but you could probably use less sugar if preferred (or increase milo ratio as mentioned in comments of recipe).

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    That slice is dangerous!! I made a cherry ripe one Thursday and a peppermint one on Sunday. There are 2 pieces left!! Going to have to ration how often I make them me thinks!!

    Question, was going to make muffins tomorrow, if I freeze them do I just cook then freeze? Then are they ok to just defrost and eat??

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