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  1. Na na na na Na na na na BATCAKE! Made this for my nephew. Bit derpier than planned but fairly pleased!
  2. I use oat milk but hemp milk is nice too. I found cashew and almond too thin and too bitty for tea but great in cereal.
  3. I buy the Cauldron veggie sausages, mash them up, add a little butter and form patties and then coat with a bit of flour and fry. Delicious. How were these?
  4. It's here! It's here! Can't open til my boyfriend gets home but it's here! I can finally breathe again. Hurry up 4pm!
  5. Out for delivery by Royal Mail. Someone just walked by my window with a red umbrella. Almost threw up. I continue to wait.
  6. I made a cake and a sparkly topper for my mum's 60th birthday! My ganache topping was a bit thicker than it should have been but other than that I was pretty pleased!
  7. Roasted cauliflower with whatever spices you like? It's super delicious. First result on Google: Drizzle the olive oil over the cauliflower, and season with the garlic, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Place the saute/roasting pan in the oven and cook for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally to ensure evenroasting. Remove from the oven and sprinkle with the Parmesan.
  8. Anna Jones' book "A Modern Way to Cook" is pretty good. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0008124493/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=0008124493&linkCode=as2&tag=annjon00-21
  9. Also has anyone tried this? http://minimalistbaker.com/bbq-jackfruit-sandwiches-with-avocado-slaw/ It sounds good. Not sure I've ever seen Jackfruit anywhere though.
  10. I've been vegetarian since about May. There's so much you can eat - we've tried so many things. I had this last night:http://minimalistbaker.com/chickpea-shawarma-sandwich/I give it 5 stars. I also love falafel with a fattoush salad. So good! I use Cauldron falafel but it's also easy to make your own: http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/fattoush_86811 Chana masala is also really easy, filling and very tasty! I like this recipe: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/sep/24/how-to-make-the-perfect-chana-masala
  11. I bought 3 copies of "Open Very Carefully" as Christmas gifts. Just had a flick through and it looks excellent. I can almost hear my niece squealing in excitement\terror already! Can't wait to see what they think.
  12. *excitedly clicks on thread* Oh.
  13. Straight to the detention centre. Yeah, I agree for many of them the Internet addiction seemed a symptom rather than the cause. Some pretty intense scenes during the parent/child meetings.
  14. Just watched this. Thought it was very good if not a bit depressing. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b04hkb5r/storyville-20132014-30-web-junkies-chinas-addicted-teens
  15. Watched the first episode. Thought it was pretty slow and not really funny.....
  16. Watched Please Vote for me last night on US Netflix. IMDB SUMMARY Democracy in China exists, that is, in a primary school in Wuhan where a grade 3 class can vote who they want as class monitor. Relatively short documentary at just about an hour. I found it really interesting and it made me laugh a lot. Would definitely recommend.
  17. Watched all three seasons in about as many weeks. It really is brilliant, isn't it!? Why isn't there more NOW.
  18. Watched it too. So....ummm....so..I don't know. Like said earlier in the thread if you didn't know it was based on real events you would never believe people could be so gullible. I'd like to think I'd say GTF if someone told me I had to strip search my colleague!
  19. What about something like this? The Beatbox choir - Shlomo & the Swingle Singers - The documentary Pretty cool if you like watching people kind of just jamming and improvising.
  20. Just when you think Breaking Bad can't get any better.
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