Cooking


#101

There are cheaper alternatives from brands like kenwood. If they’re as good idk.


#102

#103

Update


#104

God that looks amazing


#105


#106
This is getting cooked today, sadly I won't be there to eat it

Looks like a pig eating an apple in a red bath tub.


#107

Warlock Paul mentioned earlier in the thread that he and his wife make cakes. He cooks, she decorates. Well we bought one for a young couple in Brisbane. We wanted a Christmas themed cake that featured a koala, an eagle, a red panda, and a couple of moths. Mrs Warlock Paul suggested baby animals, which we went with. Here is what she produced. The woman is just phenomenal. A genius at what she does. Stunning product, reasonable prices. If you need a cake, and you are in their delivery area, you would be mad to even look anywhere else.


#108

Why moths? why not butterflies?


#109

My son works at Lone Pine Koala sanctuary… Mainly with koalas and raptors…his lovely girlfriend is CEO of the red panda foundation and is doing her phd in entomology specialising in moths.


#110

Top stuff Warlock Paul & wife.

Fondant characters are great!


#111
Warlock Paul mentioned earlier in the thread that he and his wife make cakes. He cooks, she decorates. Well we bought one for a young couple in Brisbane. We wanted a Christmas themed cake that featured a koala, an eagle, a red panda, and a couple of moths. Mrs Warlock Paul suggested baby animals, which we went with. Here is what she produced. The woman is just phenomenal. A genius at what she does. Stunning product, reasonable prices. If you need a cake, and you are in their delivery area, you would be mad to even look anywhere else.

Baby animals? Which one’s meant to be Suze?


#112
Warlock Paul mentioned earlier in the thread that he and his wife make cakes. He cooks, she decorates. Well we bought one for a young couple in Brisbane. We wanted a Christmas themed cake that featured a koala, an eagle, a red panda, and a couple of moths. Mrs Warlock Paul suggested baby animals, which we went with. Here is what she produced. The woman is just phenomenal. A genius at what she does. Stunning product, reasonable prices. If you need a cake, and you are in their delivery area, you would be mad to even look anywhere else.

Baby animals? Which one’s meant to be Suze?

I will give you an Early Warning…One Word, and I will Rush You!


#113
My son works at Lone Pine Koala sanctuary... Mainly with koalas and raptors....his lovely girlfriend is CEO of the red panda foundation and is doing her phd in entomology specialising in moths.

http://stream1.gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs3/4402846_o.gif


#114
My son works at Lone Pine Koala sanctuary... Mainly with koalas and raptors....his lovely girlfriend is CEO of the red panda foundation and is doing her phd in entomology specialising in moths.

Do they sell yearly memberships? Forgot to get anything for Digs this year but if he can look at Rapto on a regular basis…


#115

How the HELL do you ship that?


#116
How the HELL do you ship that?

Ha. Very carefully in the back of the VW GTI.

Over rough dirt roads, through creeks, up country roads and highways for 2 hours. With Mrs WP holding her breath every time we hit a bump or swerve to avoid a pot hole. But as she makes them so well and uses skewers to hold the figurines on they travel fine.


#117
My son works at Lone Pine Koala sanctuary... Mainly with koalas and raptors....his lovely girlfriend is CEO of the red panda foundation and is doing her phd in entomology specialising in moths.

http://stream1.gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs3/4402846_o.gif


I’m really starting to question that mascot’s skating ability

#118

I just scored a gas pizza oven for my bday recently. I am an extreme novice when it comes to cooking. Does anyone have any tips, recipes, ideas, etc for me?
It is large enough to fit a roast and veges.


#119

I’m not sure what they are, but you should probably start by cooking a gas pizza…?? No??


#120

:wink:

Seriously … buy some premade pizza bases, (some are better than others), or making a dough is not really that difficult if you follow the recipe properly, & is a satisfying thing to do …then go crazy with toppings.

We built a wood fired one in the backyard about a decade ago, and although the novelty’s worn off a bit, the good old we’ll supply the dough & fire, BYO toppings parties still get a run, & everytime someone brings something that’s never been done before.

Beyond that, I’m really into cooking (roasting) meats very slowly in the oven, there’s a million or more recipes on the web for marinades, methods etc.