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I love to cook. Cooking to me is a way of expressing myself and venturing onto new frontiers. Thanks to my ventures to Japan, my arsenal of cooking knowledge has grown vastly, and my creativity has gone into the stratosphere! Have yet to fix something that turned out bad, cause even mistakes can lead to a new tasty surprise
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F / in my living room...
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I like to cook BBQ and make yummy sammiches.
Posted 5/29/13
I love to cook..but I don't get much of a chance anymore. I mostly just grill meats and veggies, easy. My masterpiece, if you can call it that, is maple syrup bread pudding.
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I can't cook... =.="

Seriously, the first (and last) time I cooked rice, I poured kettle water all over my arm...
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I have no idea on how to cook.
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26 / M / Pinellas Park, FL
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Cooking is awesome!

At least when it's for yourself or a few people (friends, significant others, etc.). When you have to cook for a group of people, it becomes a hassle trying to make sure it's something everyone would like and not just yourself.

But even then there is always the cop-out.....Cilantro! Add that to anything and you're practically a chef.
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23 / M / In your Dreams ;P
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Posted 5/30/13
I love to cook, the only thing i can't really do is baked haha. Yesterday, i cooked up a sirloin steak to medium rare, meanwhile i also had potatoes cooking for mash, added a lil bit of chicken base, butter and olive oil. grilled 4 asparagus with herb oil and salt and pepper. For the sauce, i made whats called Tomato Jam, made it with olive oil, garlic, diced bacon, tomatoes, red wine, and a touch of brown sugar. let that cook until it becomes like jam. for presentation, place mash potatoes first, 3 asparagus lined up together on top of the mash and the 4th across the 3. placed the steak beside the mash, then topped it off with the tomato jam ^_^ it was delicioussss!!!
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21 / F / Hawaii "OAHU"/ HNL
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I absolutely love to cook and yes I know how. Everything is a master piece and mishaps... You'll never prove there was any..
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I made a vegetable stir fry just the other day. I feel so proud of myself because it's the first thing I've made in the kitchen on my own.
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Tonight's dinner, lamb stew. Really happy with the flavor so far.

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yes i love people to cook for me
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Sogno- wrote:

yes i love people to cook for me


here..eat up...cooked for you...Bug Stew.
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21 / F / In My imagination.
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CalifCat wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

yes i love people to cook for me


here..eat up...cooked for you...Bug Stew.


Is this a real thing? O_______O
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Posted 6/2/13
I love to cook but I don't know how to cook.
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Posted 6/2/13

choieraebin wrote:


CalifCat wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

yes i love people to cook for me


here..eat up...cooked for you...Bug Stew.


Is this a real thing? O_______O

Yes...but I'm not eating it.
Beondegi (Korean: 번데기) are a popular snack food in Korean cuisine.[1] Literally meaning "chrysalis" or "pupa" in Korean, Beondegi are steamed or boiled silkworm pupae which are seasoned and eaten as a snack. Beondegi are often served by street vendors, as well as in restaurants and drinking establishments. They are also sold in cans in grocery stores and convenience stores, but they must be boiled in water before serving. Beondegi is not always sold in the market and is usually sold from street vendors, although it is possible to buy the live variant for personal preparation.
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