Cowart's Common Room

Yup really excited I have a new posh word to describe my cooking. And this word came from a real chef - my nephew-in-law who is a trained proper chef type person.

I don't burn my dinners - nope . . . I CARAMALISE them . . . and my smoke alarm now has a new name - it is a caramalise alert system . . .

AND let us not forget that there is a setting on toasters for caramalising - so this is a REAL and recognised form of cooking . . . but not for the fainthearted eater.

Hey ho so much to caramalise - so little time Very Happy

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Posted at 16th Mar 2009 - 10:39AM   Posted by Westerwitch   NEW WORD Comments: 8

Arosebyanyothername's Avatar Jim won't eat my caramalised food - especially toast. I have to give it to the dog!

Posted by: Arosebyanyothername on 16th Mar 2009 at 11:00AM

Westerwitch's Avatar Dog won't always eat mine . . . HS does though Laughing

Posted by: Westerwitch on 16th Mar 2009 at 11:09AM

Mountainear's Avatar I realise now how gifted I am in the caremelising dept. Laughing

Posted by: Mountainear on 16th Mar 2009 at 11:34AM

Westerwitch's Avatar It's a gift Very Happy

Posted by: Westerwitch on 16th Mar 2009 at 11:47AM

Exmoorjane's Avatar Fair bit of caramelising goes on here too - does your NIL recognise that famous culinary term 'pick off the black bits'?? Very Happy

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 16th Mar 2009 at 12:07PM

Faith's Avatar Have you tried caramalised porridge? it's really... not nice!

Posted by: Faith on 16th Mar 2009 at 12:30PM

Westerwitch's Avatar Yes *proud* and even boiled eggs . . .

Posted by: Westerwitch on 16th Mar 2009 at 12:31PM

I love caramelised food! Every meal is caramelised. Caramelised Stir Fry of Mixed Veg, Caramelised Toast, Caramelised Pizza. You name it, I caramelise it. Even the odd pot of Caramelised Water.

Faith, it was Caramelised Porridge for breaky today.

Posted by: Celtic Heart on 16th Mar 2009 at 04:21PM

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