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  1. Hi all, I'd like to introduce you to my daughter's new YouTube channel for kids. We're new to Perth, and based in the Northern suburbs. We're hoping the channel will entertain and educate kids as well as us showcasing our new life in Perth from Amelie's perspective. Here's the link Amélie - Crafts and Fashion If you like it, please give it a thumbs up/subscribe and share. Also any constructive feedback would be appreciated. More content will appear over the coming weeks. Best Regards James
  2. Sunset

    Paleo Pete

    Anyone else watch channel 7s Sunday Night program last night? He makes bold claims usually against scientific facts, heres a few: Paleo We promote an organic diet of small to moderate amounts of well sourced seafood and or meat from land animals, an abundance of colourful vegetables and fruit, (lower carb preferably as the majority of your intake) and good quality dietary fat as opposed to the criminal low fat movement. Avoid dairy We encourage people to ditch the dairy as a marketed health food from the dairy association for 3 months and see how their bodies feel without it. Some of his other claims are really out there, how do you stand on his whole approach to life and eating 'well'. Money spinners or does he talk sense?
  3. whoiam

    Rack of lamb???

    Hi guys--doing a rack of lamb today. First time ever. So I'd welcome any seasoned tips--excuse the pun! This is what I've done so far 1.Go to Morrison's to buy the rack 2. Confuse butcher by asking for lamb rack instead of ---you guessed it ---rack of lamb!:rolleyes: 3. He gets it from --behind the walls -- and then cuts them off and does a Frenchy on them( technical term--to French the rack--I'm not making it up!:wink:). 4. I buy two of those Frenched Racks. 5. Marinated one in salt pepper rosemary,thyme and garlic and the other in some ? Moroccan combo of coriander cumin chilly garlic and olive oil. They are resting in the fridge. Now for the tricky bit. How do I roast them to get them perfect (near perfect would do) -- ideas anyone? Also ideas as to what to serve them with--was thinking of couscous as its kind of easy.
  4. With the warmer weather coming and as predicted a warm weekend in Victoria - thought I would ask what people like to cook on their BBQ's? I am sure a few will be fired up this weekend. I am looking for inspiration as only cook the sual stuff like steaks and snaggs. So feel free to comment away!
  5. This has come up from another persons thread who was struggling with pulling things together in the kitchen and needed some inspiration. What are your favorite "cook it yourself" recipes??? What are your tips? For me: A slow cooker is invaluable especially if you are busy, work shifts. throw everything in the slow cooker, turn on and leave it!!! It will do you for two nights dinner!!! Preparation is the other key. Simple, easy recipes that can be prepared a long time before and cooked as needed. Most good meals can be frozen. We make chicken curries and freeze them. The we take them to work as "lunch" When you cook a Sunday roast, plate up another one and have it on Monday!
  6. tonyman

    Chiminea Cooking

    Im after a simplified step by step guide on how to use a chiminea , from what form of fuel to use , how much to use , can it be used under the pergola , smokeless fuel would be wanted .......i would only be heating up/cooking food on the top of it as it has like a grill plate , through a casserole dish and using it for warmth outdoors.........it is cast iron too......any advise whatsoever would be good , as you know i like to know the ins and outs of everything before i use things .....:wideeyed:
  7. Petals

    Hairdressing and Cooking

    Says in the Age today that "hairdressing and cookery are expected to be removed from the list of occupational skills in short supply in Australia. - a move that woujld affect migration rules and have widespread ramifications for the international education industry. Thousands of international studens who complete courses in hairdessing and cookery can gain extra migration points towards applications for permanent residency because the two trades are currently included on the Migration Occupations in Demand List" Hairdressing cut may leave colleges stranded | theage.com.au