1. Post #121
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    mmh
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  2. Post #122
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    Food-ish.

    Work was hard today so I treated myself. Cherryade and Revels.

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  3. Post #123
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    what's cherryade?

    salmon for dinner

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  4. Post #124
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    cherryade is basicly a cherry type fanta drink. cherryade auto-corrected to Chernobyl for some reason!?
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  5. Post #125
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    what's cherryade?
    Coca-Cola Cherry without the Coca-Cola.
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  6. Post #126
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    Lotsa pics incoming:
    It's spring again, home alone so

    Fired up the mini barbie

    Made some mini burgers..


    + Boylan's Birch beer= :love:

    served up with asparagus

    I love outside food
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  7. Post #127
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    Smallest grill ever
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  8. Post #128
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    April 2011
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    what's cherryade?


    Ade as a suffix is used to declare that something is a carbonated drink. Cherryade simply means 'carbonated cherry juice', although nowadays it's just flavouring and additives and shit instead of cherry juice :smith:
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  9. Post #129
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    January 2011
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    I got hungry and I grabbed some bread, mackerel in tomato sauce, cheese and Tabasco Habanero sauce and made this:

    It was actually really tasty. IMG_THUMB for the size and sorry for the quality. iPhone camera is bad.
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  10. Post #130
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    vsterbottens cheese?
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  11. Post #131
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    vsterbottens cheese?
    Nope. Arla Prst cheese.
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  12. Post #132
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    And miso soup:

    You'll need to pm the recipe for that, cause that looks awesome.
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  13. Post #133
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    The birthday cake I carved for my culinary teacher.

    The buttercream icing was made from scratch and I dunno about the cake because a small group of us made it for his 50th.

    I'm quite proud of it lol

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  14. Post #134
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    April 2007
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    Well, I did have a long type up of how I made an omlette but the pictures aren't working, so here is the album. The first picture is a failed attempt the other day. I like my omlettes a bit burned, but that was a bit too much.

    http://img19.imageshack.us/g/dsc00197ka.jpg/

    Finished product.

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  15. Post #135
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    Gordon Ramsay's Salmon En Croute:







    Recipe:
    http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/5...lmon-en-croute
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  16. Post #136
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    the pastry looks pretty undercooked?

    otherwise looks tasty!
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  17. Post #137
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    the pastry looks pretty undercooked?

    otherwise looks tasty!
    Well yeah, bought instant ones.
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  18. Post #138
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    you bought instant pastry?

    how does that excuse it? if something's undercooked it's undercooked... because you need to cook it for longer.
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  19. Post #139
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    November 2009
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    Sorry then :(

    Yeah, should had cooked it longer. But its not that bad. Doing it for my exam.
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  20. Post #140
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    i'm not saying it's bad :P

    i couldn't easily cook that up. and i don't blame you for buying instant pastry either, it's a real pain to do really well.

    my point was just that it was undercooked, and it doesn't make any difference if you made the pastry or bought it, it was still undercooked.
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  21. Post #141
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    January 2009
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    Not really, food, but it's my latte art, I bought a home machine to practice, been practicing for the past week, starting from unidentifiable blobs to now being defined Rosettas!


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  22. Post #142
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    i'm not saying it's bad :P

    i couldn't easily cook that up. and i don't blame you for buying instant pastry either, it's a real pain to do really well.

    my point was just that it was undercooked, and it doesn't make any difference if you made the pastry or bought it, it was still undercooked.
    So what should be improved to make it look better and taste better?
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  23. Post #143
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    well if your pastry is undercooked then you need to ensure that it's cooked properly next time. the pastry should be golden brown and puffy, not flat and yellow.

    i can't tell you how to improve the taste since i haven't tasted it :P
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  24. Post #144
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    November 2009
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    well if your pastry is undercooked then you need to ensure that it's cooked properly next time. the pastry should be golden brown and puffy, not flat and yellow.

    i can't tell you how to improve the taste since i haven't tasted it :P
    What about looks? As in how do I make it look good when serving people cause I'M NOT GORDON FUCKING RAMSAY.
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  25. Post #145
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    i'm not too sure, it's hard to comment when you've only got one photo of the final dish. your presentation looks pretty okay, the sauce lines you have underneath are a good idea and the herb sprinkly bits.

    but it's just most important that the food is cooked properly
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  26. Post #146
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    November 2009
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    i'm not too sure, it's hard to comment when you've only got one photo of the final dish. your presentation looks pretty okay, the sauce lines you have underneath are a good idea and the herb sprinkly bits.

    but it's just most important that the food is cooked properly
    All I did was spray Dijon mustard. How is that even nice? Well but, still, thanks for the point!
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  27. Post #147
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    oh. well if it was mustard then i think you have a fair bit to improve on :P

    Edited:

    plus, why would you even do it if you knew it wasn't going to be nice??
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  28. Post #148
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    Replace the mustard on the dish with something like Hollandaise or a similarly creamy sauce. Possibly with some dill or parsley in it for flavor. It will still taste good but won't just be mustard on the plate.

    As for the browning, I'd leave it in the oven until the pastry has the desired appearance. Wrapped up inside like that, the fish isn't really going to dry out, but you don't want the pastry to look or be underdone.
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  29. Post #149
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    Not really, food, but it's my latte art, I bought a home machine to practice, been practicing for the past week, starting from unidentifiable blobs to now being defined Rosettas!


    That looks amazing :D
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  30. Post #150
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    Replace the mustard on the dish with something like Hollandaise or a similarly creamy sauce. Possibly with some dill or parsley in it for flavor. It will still taste good but won't just be mustard on the plate.

    As for the browning, I'd leave it in the oven until the pastry has the desired appearance. Wrapped up inside like that, the fish isn't really going to dry out, but you don't want the pastry to look or be underdone.
    the best sauce for salmon is watercress sauce
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  31. Post #151
    I wish I was as cool as Felix :)
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    I just made pesto penne with bacon. Amazing.
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  32. Post #152
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    ee! yes i used to do that all the time. i also like adding a bit of spinach right at the end just before you serve (flame off but the heat from the pasta shrinks it down) a few pinenuts and a bit of grated cheddar cheese, delicious!
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  33. Post #153
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    Me and my roommate just made our first pizza ever:
    http://filesmelt.com/dl/IMG_20110423_200425.jpgIt was the best pizza I've ever tasted in my life. (Except for the tomato paste we used, it didn't taste very good.)
    We layered it with pepperoni then cheese, more pepperoni then finally more cheese.

    Edited:

    The photo didn't look like that when I took it, either.
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  34. Post #154
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    Oh god I have an omelet on the stove right now and I'm so going to fuck it up fuuuuuuckkk
    Will post picture.

    Edited:

    Uh, maybe it's best if I don't post a picture...

    Edited:

    Oh wow, that actually tasted good as hell.

    Now, it looks like a bit of a disaster, but I suck at flipping, so deal with it.
    Disclaimer: I didn't have any vegetables, and vegetables suck, so you're not going to see any of them here.


    Black pepper, coarse salt, ham, a wiener and some oregano. That was actually good as hell.
    And with a view like this:

    It's going to be a gooooooood day.
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  35. Post #155
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    I got lazy so I bought some McDonalds food.

    http://i54.tinypic.com/egpzkn.jpg
    Media tagged for size.

    (User was banned for this post ("Don't post fast food you didn't make" - Autumn))
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  36. Post #156
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    December 2009
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    I got lazy so I bought some McDonalds food.

    http://i54.tinypic.com/egpzkn.jpg
    Media tagged for size.
    gross

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  37. Post #157
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    November 2009
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    gross

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    you've just been looking for a reason to ban him haven't you?
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  38. Post #158
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    June 2009
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    That roast beef turns me on.
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  39. Post #159
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    March 2005
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    I didn't take pictures, but I made Szechuan Eggplant for dinner today roughly following this recipe: http://chinesefood.about.com/od/szec...ant_garlic.htm
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  40. Post #160
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    Loaf, bread

    http://i.imgur.com/pExP6.jpg
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