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Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

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hi all. I know not very hi-fi topic but I thought I'll share anyway. that's what I did for Christmass last night. not trying to be too modest I should also add that it tastes delicious too. I'm having a hunch that it's due to the fact that the cake was prepared late at night. at the time when, as you all know, mains electricity is at its purest. I'm pretty sure the fact of being able to use purer electicity to power up my kitchen mixer helped it to dig out richer flavour and more texture out of the ingredients. which in turn translates to more palatable and savouring experience  Wink

Happy Christmas to all!

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

I know the Romans considered dormouse a delicacy, and I guess basil might go well ... But mouse with cheesecake?!?!

 

 

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

Says a lot about Russ Andrews customers when they have to eat mice.

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

Was that the same mouse in Fawlty Towers....

 

Sorry that was a Siberian hamster excellent!

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

I am sure if you used this http://www.futureshop.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=5100#.UrnIQGeUPIU on your mixer it would taste even better.Laughing

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

Surely it should be 'Lemon cheesecake with basil moose' ?

 

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

I believe that this is an advertisement for Moos Audio's soon-to-be-unveiled "Basil Green" Mini Aero speakers.

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

matt49 wrote:

I know the Romans considered dormouse a delicacy, and I guess basil might go well ... But mouse with cheesecake?!?!

 

 

What about Basil and a siberian hamster?

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

matt49 wrote:

I know the Romans considered dormouse a delicacy, and I guess basil might go well ... But mouse with cheesecake?!?!

 

 

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RE: Lemon cheesecake with basil mouse

skippy wrote:

Was that the same mouse in Fawlty Towers....

 

Sorry that was a Siberian hamster excellent!

 

Is not rat, is hamster.