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What's for dinner?


#601

With cheese, please :yum:


#602

Uhh… sure, sugar-coated baseballs? :sweat_smile:
I think the answer to @Ema’s question is essentially fruit < sugar


#603

Remind me to make you a strawberry + lemon thing for dessert. Fruit totally >> sugar!


#604

I don’t know anyone who eats whole lemons! :sweat_smile: as far as I know, they’re Not intended for that.
Pro-tip: squeeza 1/4 of lemon into your gin and tonic. You’llhave all the lemony goodness you want, and no sharpness! :grinning:


#605

Not for me. Redcurrants and gooseberries are some of my favorites, and Granny Smiths my go-to everyday fruit.

A good Italian lemon (i.e., not really available here) I might. :wink:


#606

Not really available even here.
Only in the southern regions of Italy you can get those. Here we have the same lemons you can find all over the world.


#607

By the way, this is what I found at my parents-in-law today…


#608

Work in progress…



#609

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#610

Ooh! Soufflés?


#611

pumpkin flan with goat cheese fondue


#612

Okay, now that one just looks like a pan full of PiecesOfKates.


#613

:open_mouth: :drooling_face: that looks incredible… Was it difficult to make?


#614

No, not difficult. Just a long process

Disclaimer: the cook is my wife. I was out for job until 7 pm, I just gave a hand when I came home.


#615

How are you getting on with the induction hob?


#616

I’m still not used to it, after 3 months. My wife likes it, but I have to admit she cooked better on the gas. I think it’s just a matter of time, she’ll get used to it. But it takes a while, I suppose.


#617

Risotto with quail


#618

We went electrical when we moved to Switzerland, it was a pain in the *beep* at first, but after a while you get used to it and now I actually prefer it over gas.

I suppose it’s the same for induction.

How do you cook by induction?
You cook it for 0 and then, supposed it’s cooked for N, you show it’s cooked also for N+1.


#619

I concur. When we moved to a house with an induction hob I got quite excited, then quickly realised I much prefer a gas hob. It’s just more responsive and much easier to control the heat.

Induction’s obviously easier to clean though.

I found electric even worse. I had that at uni and it took absolutely ages to heat up. Then I’d always lean on it later and burn myself :laughing:

This isn’t a conversation I thought I’d be having on here.


#620

Why?

I used electrical and induction hob both two years ago on vacation. I cook in a very basic way, that must be said. Anyway, what I missed was the “warmth” and presence of the flame. But given the environmental benefits of having induction powered by photovoltaic panels, I think this will bring me choose induction for the future (the same for underfloor heating).