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  Topic: My first chick
Nightwish

Replies: 6
Views: 1597
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Mon Feb 28, 11 1:25 pm   Subject: My first chick
What breed?

Thanks everyone.

Its a Silver Sussex Shan
  Topic: My first chick
Nightwish

Replies: 6
Views: 1597
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Mon Feb 28, 11 1:16 pm   Subject: My first chick
Not posted on here for a while (been lurking however), but today I had my first chick hatch.

out of 6 eggs only this one was any good, it was my first time and had a couple of problems with the inc ...
  Topic: Chest Freezer
Nightwish

Replies: 8
Views: 2681
PostForum: Trading Post   Posted: Mon Nov 22, 10 11:07 am   Subject: Chest Freezer
Hi Rob,

Yep still got this at the moment

Paul
  Topic: Chest Freezer
Nightwish

Replies: 8
Views: 2681
PostForum: Trading Post   Posted: Wed Nov 17, 10 6:56 pm   Subject: Chest Freezer
Hi,

its 33 1/2 " (850mm) wide
24" (600mm) deep
33" (840mm) high

Thanks,

Paul
  Topic: Chest Freezer
Nightwish

Replies: 8
Views: 2681
PostForum: Trading Post   Posted: Wed Nov 17, 10 10:20 am   Subject: Chest Freezer
I have a working chest freezer going for free as long as someone can pick it up pm me for details

Paul
  Topic: Will this be ok for shooting rabbits?
Nightwish

Replies: 11
Views: 12798
PostForum: Shooting and Trapping for the Pot   Posted: Sun Oct 03, 10 6:36 am   Subject: Will this be ok for shooting rabbits?
I already own a shotgun and was looking at getting a rifle, but decided against it in the end

Matt was kind enough to test the gun for me and it came out at 7lb so not enough for rabbits.

So I t ...
  Topic: we have kittens
Nightwish

Replies: 14
Views: 7853
PostForum: Livestock and Pets   Posted: Tue Sep 28, 10 1:56 pm   Subject: we have kittens
Congrats - where are the pictures
  Topic: Will this be ok for shooting rabbits?
Nightwish

Replies: 11
Views: 12798
PostForum: Shooting and Trapping for the Pot   Posted: Sun Sep 26, 10 4:38 pm   Subject: Will this be ok for shooting rabbits?
Hi All,

Got hold of a slavia 630 model 77.
Its one I had for a while, but lent to my brother in law for a couple of years, and just got it back.
It has some surface rust and I have found a site ...
  Topic: Hi From wiltshire!
Nightwish

Replies: 21
Views: 4671
PostForum: Welcome   Posted: Thu Sep 23, 10 3:35 pm   Subject: Hi From wiltshire!
Hello also from Haydon Wick

Paul
  Topic: just a quick sponge cake
Nightwish

Replies: 13
Views: 3978
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Thu Sep 23, 10 2:18 pm   Subject: just a quick sponge cake
if you open the door, open it very slowly and close it slowly - its the change in preasure that causes the cake to sink when its not quite cooked
  Topic: just a quick sponge cake
Nightwish

Replies: 13
Views: 3978
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Thu Sep 23, 10 1:26 pm   Subject: just a quick sponge cake
How did the second one turn out?
  Topic: green toms
Nightwish

Replies: 4
Views: 1834
PostForum: Grow Your Own   Posted: Mon Sep 20, 10 2:16 pm   Subject: green toms
Green tomato relish, or green tomato salsa, or green tomato chutney to name a few..

Been looking into a couple of them as we have a huge glut of green tomatos
  Topic: Bitumen roofing
Nightwish

Replies: 7
Views: 3731
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Wed Sep 08, 10 10:56 am   Subject: Bitumen roofing
I tend to use a bot knife and clean the blade off with white spirits when it gets too messy

Paul
  Topic: Bread
Nightwish

Replies: 31
Views: 5998
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Tue Sep 07, 10 3:13 pm   Subject: Bread
you can make bread with plain flour, but strong flour has more gluten and protein in it which is ideal for bread.
As its the gluten that is needed to make it stretchy and rise (the yeast likes it mor ...
  Topic: Bread
Nightwish

Replies: 31
Views: 5998
PostForum: Recipes, Preserving, Homebrewing   Posted: Tue Sep 07, 10 2:18 pm   Subject: Bread
after the bread has risen you "punch" the air out of it.
You can do this a couple of times to make the bread softer
 
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