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Thursday, 29 April 2004



Sorry you are not going to the conference in Prague as it would have been good to meet up then.

Very impressed with your networking efforts.



good luck with the zopf! if it doesn't rise quick enough you can help it along by placing it in a warm water bath, or on the door of the oven. when i make it i usually seal off the kitchen to cold draughts etc. 2 -3 hours usually does the trick. actually, sometimes i let mine rise overnight, because otherwise it is bit of a long process! let me know how you fare. by coincidence, i just made yr puff pastry and it was great! i made a chicken + leek pie. i had a whole lot of pastry left over (just made a small pie) so i bunged it in the freezer for another day. is it ok to freeze?

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