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Old 12-27-2011, 09:32 AM
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Doug,

The food looks mouth watering.

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Old 12-27-2011, 10:13 PM
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looks excellent
got to love the sparkling shiraz too
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Looks good Doug.

For christmas dinner we cooked a 5.5kg turkey buff (just the breast, the bird must have been huge) for about 2.5 hours at 190c and the meat was so good.

We also had sparkling shiraz. It is the perfect drink at christmas.
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Doug,
If you have plenty try quartering then lengthwise and place them on a rack in the oven (warm only) and semi dry them. I usually sprinkle them with a little salt and sugar before placing them in the oven. Don't forget them though or they'll dry right up. They are the best semi dried tomatoes you've ever had.
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They are the best semi dried tomatoes you've ever had.
How do you store them afterwards?
I made some dried capsicums and put them in olive oil but the oil looks like its separating into blobs of something..
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:23 PM
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Yes, olive oil solidifies in the fridge, use sunflower oil. I usually also add some garlic.
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Yes, olive oil solidifies in the fridge, use sunflower oil. I usually also add some garlic.
Thanks David, will do.
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be careful of botulism
Garlic in oil is a good way of growing some

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Hmmm, botulism.....

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Thanks for that advice, I think I shall omit the garlic in future.
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