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  • Thanks Geoff, i have been on their web site, i was seeing if one happened to be in Aust. not needed or being used, i think i will be pushing my luck - worth a go though.
    In the Aviationadvertiser.com I see a claim of 100hp from a BMW flat opposed aircooled fourstroke. It is based in Canberra. Priced at 7500. Claimed to be from an insurance write off m/c with 2500km's on the clock. It looks very nice. Any thoughts or advice ? Best wishes Peter.
    7and a half is ok IF it's the latest 1200 IF it's complete. otherwise buy a complete wreck from "Pickles.com.au" or Mannheim auctions.(you need all the ignition bits) they're oil/ air cooled and very reliable Absolutely brilliant as an aero engine ( See "Take Off G.M.B.H." on the internet) Cheers. Geoff
    Many thanks for the viewpoints. Also the instrument offer has been noted with gratitude but that is a little way off in my schedule.
    Take the baking tray out of the oven and let the logs cool completely. Once they are cool, using a sharp serrated knife, cut slices approximately 1 cm wide and then place the pieces back on the baking tray
    Bake again for 5 minutes on each side to dry them out
    Place the log onto the greaseproof paper. Repeat with the other portion of dough
    Bake the logs for approx 20-30 minutes. There should be a nice crust on the top
    Stir in the plain flour and cocoa powder and then add the chopped nuts and chocolate chips. You should have a sticky dough. Flour your hands and then split the dough into two portions in the bowl
    Take one portion and shape it into a log approx 10cm long using the lines on your baking paper to help. It does not look pretty I know but it will taste good
    Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4
    Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper and mark two 10cm lines evenly apart. Remove any rings on your hands because this is gonna get sticky!
    Chop the nuts roughly in half. Not too small or you won’t get the nice bites through the biscotti. Whisk the egg and caster sugar in a large bowl until the texture is light and fluffy
    Chocolate and hazelnut biscotti

    110g of caster sugar
    110g of plain flour
    150g of hazelnuts, shelled
    100g of dark chocolate chips, at least 80% cocoa solids
    1 large egg
    2 tbsp of cocoa powder, good quality
    Ha,Ha, No, I wish!...It's a Jodel D11, 2 seat low wing, wood and fabric French design powered by a Continental 0-200. I fly from Tyabb on the Mornington Peninsular....Hi Anyway...Geoff
    Hi Geoff..... Whats your fighter plane? Looks like a mustang!..... Where your airport?.... Flyboy12
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