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Just made some donuts from scratch for the first time ever. It cost a whopping $3 or so to make about 20 large donuts. They are so light and fluffy, the taste is on point and I can safely say that I'll never be buying store bought again.

 

 

I threw out our deep fryer a while back as it was too old and broken but I think it's worth buying another one now! It's a bit hard to balance the oil temp in a frying pan.

 

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Pretty much hey. It's getting a bit ridiculous. We can't even really leave the house cos the kids and missus will overheat. Even the bloody pool is over 30 degrees just from having the solar cover on it and it's too hot to go out for a swim cos the air burns your face off.

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Portuguese style grilled chicken from corner lunch shop at work - wayyyyyy better than any other fast food effort I've tried eg. nandos etc

 

 

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Feeling like a bit of a cook up so got some chilli-lime & honey-soy drumsticks on the go with some scalloped potato’s with bacon and garlic.

 

Two chicken kiev breasts and a cordon Bleu... and got the base of a good mushroom gravy on the go at the moment.

 

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Hey @Miss Cornwall - you're the whizz in the kitchen

 

Do you use a food processor or a blender much?

 

Am trying to work out which to buy - they both can do 80% of what the other can do, but not sure which way to go.

 

If you've got both, which would you keep?

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Well... years ago my mum got me a food processor blender like the one below... I used the blender once to make scrambled eggs (which I then just used a fork for after) and the processor lots.

the processor chops, slices, blends, combines, etc etc all in one. 

The blender, by today’s standards, is mainly ok for juice making etc. 

saying that there are a lot of machines which will do all of it, but for a price. 

The blender combo I had was cheap like under $200 and did both, they still exist I’m fairly certain, and it went forever... in fact I still have it and it works fine after 2 babies and a heap of baking :) 

 

summary... if I had to pick one, food processor all the way imo for our needs. 

 

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Mrs BCB has used this one at least once a week for about 7 years.
I use it to make smoothys and cocktails
Blender crushes ice with ease
As Fluff said above, just buy one
You are either going to use it or it will gather dust after you get sick of cleaning it


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