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if I keep beating it, will it go stiff eventually?

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Woooozle100 Mon 27-Jul-09 23:22:21

my gooseberry fool

the cream was nice and stiff, but my gooseberry mush was way to runny. It looks like some sort of collective spit bowl.

So do I perservere with the whisk or chill and drink?

Woooozle100 Mon 27-Jul-09 23:59:18

NOOOOOOOOO

where was help when I needed it

I've hoofed it up. It started to look a tad bitty like ready brek, then in seconds looked like scrambled eggs

<sniff> that was my wedding anniversary effort for tomorrow

lockets Tue 28-Jul-09 00:04:06

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ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:04:51

Oh dear. And it's midnight. Am trying to think what you might do.

The scrambled egg look is a worry. Runny mush might have been okay, it might have set in the fridge overnight. Have you got any more cream?

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:07:58

maybe if it was in chat rather than recipes someone might have hopped over from bumsex

I've thrown it down the toilet. Not worth getting fat for. Well have saved 2 little glass bowls so dh can rip the piss tomorrow

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:09:56

no more cream. It was really lovely cream that I wasted as well. God we could have jusy had gooseberries with the cream poured over

hey ho. Dining out on me the fool I guess

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:10:58

Tomorrow pour more cream on and give it a slow whisk through - with a fork - so gets absorbed in new cream. Will come up a treat. He'll be amazed and thrilled and secretly proud.

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:11:37

Then put back in fridge to set

AitchTwoOh Tue 28-Jul-09 00:13:16

i disagree with 100x. your cream has split, there's no going back. i mean pooooooossibly if it was a hot savoury recipe i might suggest a rescue with cornflour and new cream but that's not guaranteed...

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:14:16

wow dyou reckon? Wow - that'll be like 2 huge pots of cream, so much sugar my teeth are wincing (gooseberries were a bit tarte) and a sniff of fruit - just to redeem my 2 little bowls

weelll is a special occaision Thankyou for yr help

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:14:26

shock

Oh no! Really? Bugger. And I was trying to sound an optimistic note too

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:15:18

Oh Aitch

for a minute there I was going to bed a happy domestic goddess

AitchTwoOh Tue 28-Jul-09 00:18:24

well you could try, but i don't think it'll work. make sure your mixing bowl is cold if you decide to start from the beginning tomorrow.

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:19:20

Look. You cooked the gooseberries right? And you whipped the cream?

And then folded the gooseberries into the whipped cream - through a sieve? But perhaps you missed the sieve bit?

then what happened? It went too mushy, so you whipped it all some more?

Am sure it can be saved. Is only gooseberries and whipped cream? Am sure you can whip some more cream tomorrow and fold it into the scrambled egg, no?

AitchTwoOh Tue 28-Jul-09 00:21:12

blergh at scrambled egg.

pseudoname Tue 28-Jul-09 00:22:04

maybe some viagra will help.

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:22:41

Were the gooseberries still hot when you added them, I'm wondering? If so, I think you might need to start again.

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:23:22

owwww I've trodden bastard cream into the carpet by coming in and typing this

The gooseberries ended up being ver runny. More like a juice. Too much water and not enough pulping I think

I never used a sieve but there was bugger all to sieve at this point

still have some more of the gooseberry fluid so can have another bash tomorrow evening after work

ta for yr help ladies. Night!

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:24:04

Night. good luck. sorry about cream on the carpet

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:24:43

yes. Hot gooseberries. Wow yr like Heston Blumenthawhateverhisnameis

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:25:11

They need to cool darlin

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:26:24

this was the error grin

AitchTwoOh Tue 28-Jul-09 00:26:27

add some more sugar, boil it down some more, maybe even do it tonight so that it'll be nice and cool tomorrow and can go in the fridge?

Woooozle100 Tue 28-Jul-09 00:31:16

ah too knackered now. Early start tomorrow. Its in the fridge at least. Thanks again for help

Boo! I wanted to make mollyroger all proud when I reported back my fine success with her lovely recipe. AH well. manyara manyara

ahundredtimes Tue 28-Jul-09 00:34:48

That naughty old molly roger didn't tell you to cool the gooseberries first. She's slack on detail sometimes our molly.

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