- Recommend me a salt grinder, pepper mill thing.
I’ve got the older version of this.
Found it in TK Max, and it has outlasted other ones it is great.(IMO)Posted 5 years agomcmoonterMember
Peugeot FTW. My mother has an ebony and silver Peugeot peppermill that she found in an antique shop before I was born and still uses it daily. I’m nearly fifty.
Posted 5 years agomoniexMember
Peugeot , will keep going forever! If you are on a budget, get the ikea ones, great quality, work great and keep on working. Also I am pretty sure you can’t just pop it in a pepper mill, has to be for salt as sometimes pepper mills will corrode with salt in them. Ikea ones are universal though….
That food looks lovely by the way, you should give my husband some cooking lessons!Posted 5 years ago
Thanks for the suggestions… Blimey £100 to put seasoning in food….
Take a basic cheese scone recipe such as http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/8877/cheese-scones
And then add he following ingredients in doses larger than you think is wise..
Cayenne pepper, for background warmth.
Chunks of fresh red chilli, for bomb roulette.
Double glouster cheese for colour contrast with the cheddar
Dollops of full grain mustard.
A lot of chopped up spring onions
Top with cheese,Posted 5 years ago
today I served them with niknak crisps… Stylish.eruptronMemberpetefromearthMember
We’ve got a lovely cast iron one made by Victor. No plastic parts in sight. Works really well and has the feeling of something that will easily outlast me! My mother in law has the same one, but about 30 years old and still going strong, case in point!
Can’t find our exact one but its very similar to this…
Kitchens in bristol does themPosted 5 years ago
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