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Posted 8/23/11
who loves to cook? who knows how to cook? :D


and describe your greatest masterpieces or worst accidents behind the stove
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Posted 8/23/11 , edited 8/23/11
i cook, worst catastrophe involved a new cooker, wall and gas in pipe being put it,,, they forgot to tell me not to put the gas directly over the old oven they had and apparently it can hit the pipe to the back of the cooker and explode slightly:(. (luckily no one was injured)

best food, enligh breackfast in my opinion cant be beated home cooked.

hard to make food, idk the name but its italian and took 3 days to make it so be happy and eat it ffs¬¬. (people left some T.T)

greatest masterpiece something akin to a white chocolate base with strawberry cream iceing on top with lots of hills etc then made snowmen children playing etc (aka......... i made a giant christmas sweat one christmas) it looked great and tasted good so it was a success. unfortuneatly i made it a bit too big and we couldnt finish it cuz it was so sweet.
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One time I tried to make mashed potatoes out of the box with only oil, and butter. I added pepper flakes, too. I gave a bowl to some chick, who quickly ran into the turlet and coughed it up. It was a party. Don't eat or drink things Men give you.

Posted 4/19/12 , edited 4/19/12

auto44e wrote:

who loves to cook? who knows how to cook? and describe your greatest masterpieces or worst accidents behind the stove


I sure do love to cook and bake. I must say this is probably one of the few best topics I have seen yet. One of my first accidents... mistaking the measurement of salt for the measurement of sugar when I baked a blueberry pie. Turned out real salty. Too bad, I had to dump it.


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I don't care for cooking. I just heat stuff up on the microwave.


Might as well not care to live because the microwave is evil.
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cooking awesome .... you can only eat Kraft dinner soooo many times before you get bored of it. Now I can make it with hotdogs too!!!! just kidding but in all seriousness cooking awesome defiantly a must have skill and the best thing i make is eggs Benedict from scratch (cuz I love them)
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Posted 4/19/12

pinkrusse wrote:


auto44e wrote:

who loves to cook? who knows how to cook? and describe your greatest masterpieces or worst accidents behind the stove


I sure do love to cook and bake. I must say this is probably one of the few best topics I have seen yet. One of my first accidents... mistaking the measurement of salt for the measurement of sugar when I baked a blueberry pie. Turned out real salty. Too bad, I had to dump it.



your story reminds me of a time when I accidently mistaken salt for sugar and lets say my oatmeal didn't taste so good :P
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I love to cook, was a chef for a few years at a restaurant. My most complicated dish was pan seared duck breast over buttered escarole, baked french bread toast, poached egg, sauce maltaise and cassis reduction.
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I do a lot of cooking and baking. My worst experience is forgetting the sugar in homemade brownies. Worst thing that could happen...other than the 5ft gyser of hot oil while cooking home made fries. Luckily, nothing caught on fire. As for a best recipe, I'll have to say Spanish Wedding Cookies which somehow got renamed to "Crackballs" whenever I make them.
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Posted 4/19/12 , edited 4/19/12
I mostly cook Chinese and Japanese cuisine. My favorite stuff to make I'd have to say is a tie between char siu bao or chicken nyumen. To me, food like that is easy to make. I have difficulty making things simple like steak or regular macaroni noodles. Some of my biggest or perhaps most annoying mishaps would be cutting myself peeling the skin off an onion or opening a cup of noodles and somehow the plastic cut me. Both times, the little cut was deep enough that it drew a small drop of blood. I actually have yet to have any serious accident while cooking. Worst so far was slicing my thumb when I was sharpening a knife.
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I love cooking. I learned much from my mom and dad since I spent a lot of time in the kitchen when I was younger, so I learned how to prepare just about everything they've ever fixed. It's your basic variety from standard American foods, Italian, Mexican, and Oriental like haumburgers, spaghetti, tacos, and the like.

I've never really had a worst moment in cooking.

My favorite meal to cook are either Chili with butter fried corn cakes or BBQ Chicken on the grill with cucumber salad, pirogies, and corn on the cob.

Simple, I know, but I enjoy fixing them a lot.
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I like to cook. I had to learn cooking since my parents aren't home most of the time.
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AdamIdris101 wrote:

I make exceptional porridge when I don't burn it.

Otherwise I have my moments of adventure with foods. Lucky for me I can't always follow instructions on the first go so I usually end up with an interesting diversion from the recipe. Sometimes it's good & sometimes it's self-forced fed.


I have never been successfully in making porridge. At all. I always burn it. Same with eggs. They're always bunt or over cooked =___=;
I make great chicken, turkey, roast, and fish though :]
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I love cooking! My specialties are mashed potato, ratatouille and stir-fried noodles. I can also cook a perfect-looking sunny side-up egg. Sadly, my family won't let me cook 'cause I've been told that I'm the slowest cook in the world and that they'll starve to death first before I finish. T_T Whenever they let me cook something though, it always turns out good and they love it.
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I love cooking! The one up side of living in a city devoid of decent women is that you have time for a 1000 god forsaken hobbies. Bitterness (pun intended) aside, I generally do Christmas dinner my self every year, and I cook new things every chance I get. The only thing I'm not really decent at is baking, but I'm getting better.
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Posted 5/29/12 , edited 5/29/12
Edit : Yes, I can cook, pretty damn well actually.


kenkorrupt wrote:

Don't eat or drink things Men give you.



Words to live by, and I do.


pinkrusse wrote:

Might as well not care to live because the microwave is evil.


^ This x infinity.

I pre-apologized to someone yesterday when they asked to use my microwave because I haven't opened it in years, so if it's disgusting inside, that's the husband's gig.
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