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    I made Honey Mustard Chicken with bacon yesterday and have Peppermint Fudge in my cooker at the moment! Going to take it out to set in 10 minutes and put Lamb Obsession in.

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    @Little Ted, I have the Breville Ikon 7L slow cooker.
    The inside dish pops out so I can brown meat on the stove top before popping it back in to slow cook.
    I haven't been to adventurous with it yet, just stews, curries, and soups.
    Cooked a chicken last week on the roasting wrack but I didn't like it.

    I can't fault the machine, it's just I haven't been very organised these past few months.
    I hope to use it a lot more.
    I love it.

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    Lamb obsession for dinner tonight. Can't wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    @Little Ted, I have the Breville Ikon 7L slow cooker.
    The inside dish pops out so I can brown meat on the stove top before popping it back in to slow cook.
    I haven't been to adventurous with it yet, just stews, curries, and soups.
    Cooked a chicken last week on the roasting wrack but I didn't like it.

    I can't fault the machine, it's just I haven't been very organised these past few months.
    I hope to use it a lot more.
    I love it.
    Thank you - how do you think the non-stick surface is going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    Lamb obsession for dinner tonight. Can't wait
    Me toooooo!!!

    It smells so good! What are you serving it with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Thank you - how do you think the non-stick surface is going?
    Not a scratch in mine but I'm always really careful, wooden or silicone utensils only.

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    I made banana bread over the weekend. So easy to make and delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    Me toooooo!!!

    It smells so good! What are you serving it with?
    We usually do a side of rice and steamed veg.
    What do you serve it with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    Me toooooo!!!

    It smells so good! What are you serving it with?
    We had mash , corn cobs and beans ... Delish

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    We usually do a side of rice and steamed veg.
    What do you serve it with?
    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    We had mash , corn cobs and beans ... Delish
    We did rice and steamed veg! I was feeling too lazy to peel potatoes plus we'd had mash with the chicken the night before.

    Wasn't it AMAZING! I just finished having leftovers for lunch. So good!

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