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  1. Agent Bruce

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    I'll be mod of the mackem board if you like! <whistle>
     
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    Not before I'm mod on the Port Vale board.
     
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    <doh>
     
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    TL;DR

    Yawn. What a ****ing no-lifer.
     
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  6. Agent Bruce

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    Moments like this make you wish we had the old rep system back.
     
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  7. MessiIsACisse

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    too many wordzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
     
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    Lost me at Intellectual................
     
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  9. Rafa's Championship Party

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    Nah the Sexy Poll is better, apparently who ever has the most posts at midnight on 19th August 2011 is the best poster.
     
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  10. Agent Bruce

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    That wouldn't be you is it?
     
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    For now, enjoying my day at the top, think GRB and Erik might take the reins there like.
     
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  12. Agent Bruce

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    Final outcome?
     
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    Don't ****ing bump it then <doh>
     
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    Yes.
     
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  18. Luc_T

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    "By my calculations" get a life....

    Nothing spells summer like strawberries and when you want a great dessert that is quick and easy to make for a barbeque or party, a strawberry cheesecake is the perfect answer. The rich, creamy filling on the biscuit base is lifted by the lively flavour of the juicy fruit and the bright red of the strawberries looks very festive against the cream of the filling.

    This is an easy no-cook recipe and just needs to set overnight in the fridge, so is a great dessert to make in advance and just bring out all ready to serve.

    Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe

    Ingredients

    250g / 8oz digestive biscuits
    100g / 3oz melted butter
    600g / 1 ¼ lb cream cheese
    100g / 3 oz icing sugar
    275 ml / 1 ¼ cups double cream
    1 vanilla pod
    400g / 1lb strawberries
    25g / 1oz icing sugar

    Grease and line a 23cm / 9inch loose bottomed cake tin with baking paper.

    Crush the biscuits to fine crumbs and then mix in the melted butter thoroughly. Make sure that all the crumbs are well coated otherwise the base won’t stay together. Press the crumbs well into the base of the tin in an even layer, then chill in the fridge for one hour.

    Put the cream cheese and sugar in to a bowl. Scrape the vanilla seeds out of the pod and add, then beat with an electric beater until it is really smooth. Add the cream and beat some more until the mixture is well combined. Spoon the filling onto the biscuit base and smooth the top. Leave in the fridge overnight to set firmly.

    Half an hour before you want to serve the cheesecake, remove from the fridge to come to room temperature. Puree half of the strawberries with the extra icing sugar and prepare the rest by slicing or halving them.

    Un-mould the cheesecake by slipping a hot knife around the edge, then loosening the sides and slipping off the ring. Slide the cheesecake onto a serving plate, then pile the strawberries on top and drizzle the puree over them.

    If you need the cheesecake to set more quickly or more firmly, then you can use 2 sheets of gelatine dissolved in water or lemon juice and mix it into the cream filling. Then the cheesecake should set in just a few hours.
     
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  19. overseasTOON

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    No!!!!

    You have to bake a cheese cake. Trust me. It's far better than just a chilled version.

    I like to blind bake the crumb base first for about 5 minutes. When it cools the base is firmer.

    This recipe has never failed me:

    * 8 digestive biscuits
    * 50g butter , melted
    * 600g cream cheese
    * 2 tbsp plain flour
    * 175g caster sugar
    * vanilla extract
    * 2 eggs , plus 1 yolk
    * 140ml pot soured cream

    1. Heat the oven to 180C/fan 160C/gas 4. Crush the biscuits in a food processor (or put in a plastic bag and bash with a rolling pin). Mix with the butter. Press into a 20cm springform tin and bake for 5 minutes, then cool.

    2. Beat the cream cheese with the flour, sugar, a few drops of vanilla, eggs, the yolk and soured cream until light and fluffy. Pour into the tin. Bake for 40 minutes and then check, it should be set but slightly wobbly in the centre. Leave in the tin to cool.

    A handy hint is to also keep the oven moist with a tray of boiling water at the bottom of the oven as this stops the cake cracking as it bakes.

    Happy baked cheesecake all.
     
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  20. The Wilde one

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    Orb returns! Get in!

    Now, **** off!
     
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