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Cookworks Breadmaker Recipes

Thread Starter:    Started: Mon 27 Feb 2006    Replies: 160




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Sat 17 Feb 2007, 11.08AM

caniscanemedit

Brian,
Could I also trouble you for an electronic copy of the recipe booklet?, was given a cookworks bread maker recently, sadly without any recipes, so remains unused.
Regards
Christina

Tue 20 Feb 2007, 3.25PM

Kerryite

Brian, I wonder if you would mind helping me too, please? I bought a Cookworks Automatic Breadmaker at a boot fair recently and thought I would be able to access user instructions on the internet, but sadly have failed and so am unable to use my breadmaker. If you could help I would be so pleased. Many thanks/

Fri 23 Feb 2007, 5.25PM

Kerryite

Hi Brian. Many thanks for your prompt reply. However, I can't believe my luck - I went round to see a neighbour yesterday and during a chat it turned out that she had exactly the same breadmaker and she has given me all her instructions to photocopy. I wonder what the odds are against such a coincidence happening! Thank you again for offering to help - it was really kind of you and much appreciated. Happy breadmaking!
Kerryite.

Mon 26 Feb 2007, 1.14PM

seahorse54

Hello Brian,
you seem to have been very busy helping to resolve other people's cookworks recipe book problems - guess what? I have the same problem. My husband bought our bread maker from the charity shop around the corner. It was brand new but alas, no recipe or instruction book. I would be so grateful if you can face e-mailing yet another copy!
Thanks,
Jan

Thu 8 Mar 2007, 3.42PM

stoneyatvt

brian, can I join the long list of peeps that you have kindly helped with an instruction manual for a Cookworks breadmaker please?
Just bought one on ebay and the seller forgot that they no longer had a manual.I hope you can help.
Alan

Fri 9 Mar 2007, 12.23PM

deblmax

HELP!!!!! can anyone tell me what the ingredients are for basic bread for the cookworks breadmaker. I have had mine for quite awhile and it was packed up for a while and now ive gone and lost the manual that came with it. I had a go at what I thought was right but it turned out like a brick so I guess I was wrong. hope someone can help.
debbie

Sat 10 Mar 2007, 1.28PM

Sloshed

Hi Alan & Debbie, The basic white recipe is 290ml Water, 2 tbsp sugar, 2tbsp oil, 1 1/2 tsp salt, 3 tbsp milk powder, 3 cups bread flour, 2 tsp yeast. Have fun baking.
Brian

Sun 11 Mar 2007, 10.15AM

stoneyatvt

Big Grin
Brian that would be smashin if you dont mind.

many thanks

Sun 18 Mar 2007, 9.40AM

stitching

Please could someone help me. My daughter has given me a hardly used cookworks bread maker. But she can not find the instruction book or recipe book.

Tue 10 Apr 2007, 2.20PM

shimmerpaw

Hi I have recently found myself in the same predicament,my 11 year old bought a cookworks breadmaker at a boot fair as a birthday present for me knowing I had wanted one for ages thinking I could find the instructions online,could anyone please kindly post on here the instructions for this machine so we can make bread that doesn't turn out like a brick,many thanks donna.

Sat 21 Apr 2007, 9.44PM

WELSHGIRL

Hi just been reading the breadmaker problems,and I would be grateful if someone could tell me how to get a loaf out of the tin easily. I have had my Panasonic Breadmaker for a few years now, but lately I have had big chunks of cooked loaf sticking to the blade. Thanks, Fiesta

Tue 8 May 2007, 3.35PM

suzanne25

Hi Fiesta, I was told by a repair man that the reason breadmakers don't last is that no-one tells you to oil underneath the tin( where it moves theblade) I always do that once a month just with fine all purpose oil (stops it eventually seizing up with the heat) I also have had my panasonic five years now and I only make the sandwich loaf most days as it is really easy to get out. I used to like the french loaf but had terrible trouble like you trying to get it out.

Tue 8 May 2007, 5.37PM

WELSHGIRL

Thanks for that Suzanne, I'll try oiling the tin. I've never made the sandwich loaf so I'll be baking that next time.

Wed 16 May 2007, 9.19PM

Sapphire189

Sorry to intrude, but I have misplaced my instrution and recipe book for my cookworks b0906 breadmaker please can anu assist with copies.
Thank you very much

Thu 17 May 2007, 7.27PM

pvc_sister

Hi there. I have just received a cookworks breadmaker (model number 11597) and would like instructions if anyone has any. Thank you all, Monique

Sun 20 May 2007, 6.38PM

lucylu11

Hi I'm afraid I'm in the same boat...
I moved house and have lost the instruction/recipe booklet for my cookworks model 11597 breadmaker... if anyone could help I would be extremely grateful! Big Grin

thanks a million,

Lucy

Sun 20 May 2007, 6.45PM

lucylu11

Hooray!! Big Grin

Would you believe it, I just finally found it at the bottom of a cupboard, if anyone else is still stuck for a copy let me know,

off to bake some bread now!

Lucy

Mon 21 May 2007, 1.52PM

Boscombe

Hello, I've posted twice about lacking Cookworks recipes and instructions. But the posts disappear!?
I've passed our old Cookworks breadmaker to my daughter and she would like more than my half remembered recipe and instructions for 50% wholemeal!
"Brian" seemed to offer to mail a copy but his response has also disappeared-at least from me.
I'd be very pleased with an emailed copy in any format.
Thanks, Roger

Mon 21 May 2007, 2.05PM

lucylu11

Hi Roger
(and anyone else who is after the instructions!)

That's no problem, can you post your email address on this thread and if i get a chance this evening I will scan them
Lucy

Mon 21 May 2007, 11.05PM

lucylu11

For some reason my last post has disappeared but I have now scanned in the cookworks 11597 instructions

Lucy

Tue 22 May 2007, 9.47AM

Boscombe

Hi Lucy and all, someone appears to believe that posting an email address is wrong, my post keeps being removed!
So how can we email recipes/instructions?
It isn't against the stated rules for the message boards, these just refer to postal addresses and telephone numbers.
Any advice?

Tue 22 May 2007, 2.34PM

Caroline H - UKTV

Hi Shimmerpaw,
Sorry to spoil the party but our rules don't allow people to post email addresses. Of course we know that most of our users are legitimate but the safest way to ensure everyone's safety is to have a blanket rule. I hope you manage to get hold of the Cookworks booklet.
Caroline. Smile

Tue 22 May 2007, 5.28PM

Sloshed

HI Shimmerpaw and anybody else who is still after the cookworks booklet. Please leave a message on here and I will arrange for the booklet to be put on a forum I know of which allows attachments.

That is assuming having a website link is not against the rules. If my message disappears than I guess it must be !!!

Tue 22 May 2007, 6.37PM

Boscombe

Hi Caroline,

It is not against the rules as stated on the website!!

Tue 22 May 2007, 6.44PM

Boscombe

Hi Sloshed, You should have a request from me on your141.
Best wishes