1. Post #521
    Ignhelper's Avatar
    November 2009
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    My nephew threw a cockroach in the deepfryer for fun, now my food is ruined.
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  2. Post #522
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    January 2005
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    something something

    meat sauce


    tagliatelle and pasta cream sauce


    cheese


    OVEN


    would you eat
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  3. Post #523
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    September 2010
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    its like a lasagne but instead of pasta sheets its tagliatelle
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  4. Post #524
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    hm true
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  5. Post #525
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    October 2005
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    If you put more corn in it, I would devour it.
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  6. Post #526
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    October 2008
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    I made a giant Twix bar. Not quite the right shape but tastes great! 1.24lbs of milk & white chocolate, homemade creamy sauce, and a thick homemade crust of crushed vanilla wafers and butter.

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  7. Post #527
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    Campbells Tomato Soup with cheddar and parmesan cheese, with crushed red pepper and a drop of Buffalo Wild Wings Blazin' Sauce for spice. Served with a American-and-cheddar grilled cheese with turkey slices grilled in and Lays potato chips.
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  8. Post #528
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    Crisps with soup? Only in America
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  9. Post #529
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    I made a giant Twix bar. Not quite the right shape but tastes great! 1.24lbs of milk & white chocolate, homemade creamy sauce, and a thick homemade crust of crushed vanilla wafers and butter.

    Pls to write a tutorial now.

    Hnnggggghhh
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  10. Post #530
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    April 2010
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    Pistachio muffins


    Edited:
    I suck at piping
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  11. Post #531
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    March 2010
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    Pistachio muffins


    Edited:
    I suck at piping
    Yeah that's what mine looks like after a really bad curry.
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  12. Post #532
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    October 2008
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    Pls to write a tutorial now.

    Hnnggggghhh
    I followed this guide but I altered the recipe a bit.

    I wasn't able to find the "Golden Syrup" mentioned in the recipe so I just left it out. For the crust I used 1.5 boxes of "Nilla" brand wafers (they are vanilla cookies) which I crushed in a blender. I melted down two sticks of butter and mixed it with the crushed wafers to form a loosely held together mixture which I pressed into the bottom of a 9"x13" baking pan. I put the baking pan with the crust into the refrigerator to cool whilst I worked on the other two components.

    The sauce was perhaps the trickiest part of the recipe. I poured one can of condensed milk into pot which I set to a low temperature so the fluid would simmer. To that I added a stick of butter and 3/4 of a cup of sugar. I mixed it thoroughly, let it darken for awhile, then I turned off the heat. I brought out the baking tray from the fridge and poured an even coating of the creamy mixture onto the crust made earlier. I put the tray back into the fridge after that.

    Melting the chocolate wasn't as difficult as I thought it might be. Since American milk chocolate has a bit of a bitter aftertaste I decided to use a 1:1 ratio of milk and white chocolate. I brought a new pot of water to a boil and put a large bowl on top of it so the steam was contacting the base of the bowl. Then I poured in the chocolate bit by bit stirring it as I went. When the texture was fairly smooth I brought the baking pan out of the refrigerator and quickly poured out the chocolate mixture onto it. Even in its heated state the mixture was reluctant to leave the bowl so most of it had to be scraped out manually. With the chocolate evenly spread across the pan I put the whole thing back in the fridge and waited a few hours for the finished product.

    Overall I was quite pleased with the result; the crust held together nicely, the sauce had the right consistency, and the chocolate crust was delicious. The only thing I might add next time around would be some vanilla flavoring to the sauce.
    [HR][/HR]

    Today I made something despicably unhealthy - a bacon-weave-wrapped, cheddar-cheese-infused, corned-beef-hash-stuffed burrito. I don't think I'll ever make something like this again, but it was a learning experience.

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  13. Post #533
    ask me for a rust key :~)
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    December 2008
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    Don't have a picture handy, but just made around 5 gallons of damn-good chili.
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  14. Post #534
    Kiq
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    Don't have a picture handy, but just made around 5 gallons of damn-good chili.
    Is it really spicy? If so, good on you.
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  15. Post #535
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    Does anyone eat vegetables? Come on. They're fucking awesome too!
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  16. Post #536
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    December 2006
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    i love vegetables! and fruit. bought myself a smoothie maker yesterday!
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  17. Post #537
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    October 2005
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    I wanna try juicing but fruit is damned spensive 'round here.
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  18. Post #538
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    December 2006
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    so long as you're not too fussy there's a lot of stuff available here in the UK, and it's not all that expensive either. i'm lucky enough to live in a very multicultural part of london, so a lot of the local shops have foreign fruits from all over the world, for cheap!

    also it's a blender, not a juicer. i think it's better to blend the fruit down with all it's fibre than using a juicer, which will eliminate all the fibre and other possible nutrients that there are in the skins etc. but i mean like apple and peach skins, not banana or kiwi - that'd be weird.
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  19. Post #539
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    June 2010
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    i love vegetables! and fruit. bought myself a smoothie maker yesterday!
    I used to make banana and strawberry smoothies all the time. Greatest blend ever.
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  20. Post #540
    ask me for a rust key :~)
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    December 2008
    18,452 Posts
    Is it really spicy? If so, good on you.
    It has a nice amount of kick.
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  21. Post #541
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    September 2010
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    Going to have a go at these sometime

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  22. Post #542
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    August 2005
    15,721 Posts
    I really needto cook more now that I live alone but damn I am tight on budget :(
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  23. Post #543
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    December 2006
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    so i've attempted a home version of Innocent's kiwis, apples & limes smoothie

    1 apple
    1 slice of pineapple
    1/2 kiwi (i used a full one since they were quite small)
    5 grapes
    lime juice



    this was the outcome



    the biggest problem is that i didn't skin the apple (skins are good for you!) and i didn't know the grapes were seeded. so it's a little lumpy and bitty, which isn't the greatest. but i can change it for the next time i do it!

    all these smoothies are killing my mouth though, i've got so many ulcers at the moment ugh. tasty though!!
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  24. Post #544
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    August 2005
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    Just made spinach with cooked potatoes and a sunny side egg.
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  25. Post #545
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    December 2009
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    Just made spinach with cooked potatoes and a sunny side egg.
    Oh god that sounds good x_x
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  26. Post #546
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    April 2011
    848 Posts
    interesting thread this one. it's strange that i haven't found my way to the cooking forum before. if i got the idea right the point of this is to make food, take pictures and post them. i'm missing out on the finished product, but i have some "wip" shots of the food being made.

    so this is a plaice stuffed with lime slices, red onion and thyme just before we put it in the oven.



    and some clams that we had for starters.


    with this we had some bleak roe and cream sauce, potatoes and of course some greenery. everything was delicious. i shall try to take more pics of the finished food next time.
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  27. Post #547
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    April 2011
    848 Posts
    some more food. this time i didn't really get any good captures of the actual cooking. i was simply too tired, too lazy and too hungry to try to take any splendid pics let alone cook something i'd serve to friends.

    like i said i was lazy and tired, so something quick for starters was the only real option.




    and since we were so hungry, nothing that took time was on the menu. chicken, some mangold salad with some red onions, simple cream sauce, and some cherry tomatoes.



    i would have had some wine for this but eeeh... beer was closer at hand.
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  28. Post #548
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    January 2010
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    Campbells Tomato Soup with cheddar and parmesan cheese, with crushed red pepper and a drop of Buffalo Wild Wings Blazin' Sauce for spice. Served with a American-and-cheddar grilled cheese with turkey slices grilled in and Lays potato chips.
    Seems so homey...

    Edited:

    Foodwishes is the best!
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  29. Post #549
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    December 2007
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    I get loads of recipes off food wishes, he makes tons of good looking comfort food.
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  30. Post #550
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    October 2008
    8,370 Posts
    Just tried Marmite, it tasted like... well, something for sure.

    Wish I didn't.
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  31. Post #551
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    January 2005
    22,667 Posts
    ricotta cheese mixed with parsley on air-dried ham, cucumber with a little salt and whole wheat bread

    great breakfast

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  32. Post #552
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    December 2009
    14,222 Posts
    Guys.

    I've made a HUGE mistake.

    I spent about an hour reading through Wikipedia about the various foods of European nations.

    I now loath being a poor college student, and I'm starving my ass off :saddowns:

    Edited:

    HNNNNNG

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiener_Schnitzel
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  33. Post #553
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    August 2009
    7,895 Posts
    Ohshit, Pizza time up in this bitch

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  34. Post #554
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    August 2009
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    everything is from scratch too :smug:

    Edited:

    ohshit i didn't mean to doublepost, sorry.
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  35. Post #555
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    June 2010
    6,357 Posts
    Me and my friend made Nutella doughnuts today. Shit's good.
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  36. Post #556
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    April 2011
    848 Posts
    last nights dinner. pork tenderloin with ginormous amounts of thyme, rice, sauce made from the steak sauce, some red whine and cream, and some baby spinach on the side. to that we had primitivo di manduria.

    fast, simple and quite tasty.

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  37. Post #557
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    June 2010
    6,357 Posts
    Made more Asian shit


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  38. Post #558
    About as smart and adept as a pile of turds
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  39. Post #559

    November 2011
    12 Posts
    Top right and bottom middle cats have beards. Pretty sure the bottom middle is a wizard.
    I will try to make this by myself later.
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  40. Post #560
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    January 2005
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    first try at onion potato gratin. and loin (idk which, top sirloin i guess. we call it 'fransyska' which translates to french girl).
    not satisfied with the gratin, not sure what i did wrong. didn't taste bad tho
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