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Posted 6/10/13
I love to cook. My dad ran several restaurants years so I grew up learning how to cook. I can cook most anything but my favorites are Russian/German due to family tradition. Asian due to my course of study with focus of Szechuan and Japanese cuisine. But I'd say I'm best at Southwest American. I'm an artist when it comes to BBQ. I do it the right way low and slow. Just this past weekend I did a Picnic Cut for pulled pork. I Injected it with apple cider used my personal rub recipe, then smoked it with cherry at 200 for close to 16 hours. I made 3 bbq sauces to go with it a Piedmont sauce, a Kansas City style sauce, and a Carolina Mustard Sauce. Cooking is my therapy, if I've had a bad day i'll spend the evening making a gourmet meal to relax. I love to cook for my friends as well. Every month or so I'll invite all my friends that can come and make a massive meal for everyone. We will spend the day eating and drinking then the night we usually sit around a campfire drink some more before crashing in the backyard. I live out in the country so I have a big back yard lotsa of room for tents. I usually sleep in my hammock on those nights. But I digress in short I can and love to cook.
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How to Cook Ramen like an Expert ~ you're welcome.

I love watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network, if you know what I mean.
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How to Cook Ramen like an Expert ~ you're welcome.

I love watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network, if you know what I mean.


Pro tip. Use broth instead of water for your ramen. Then take a mesh strainer and crack in egg into it push egg through strainer into the ramen. It makes it much richer and more nutritious.
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Posted 6/11/13

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onibrotonel wrote:

How to Cook Ramen like an Expert ~ you're welcome.

I love watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network, if you know what I mean.


Pro tip. Use broth instead of water for your ramen. Then take a mesh strainer and crack in egg into it push egg through strainer into the ramen. It makes it much richer and more nutritious.


Where do I get the broth? Where that came from?
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onibrotonel wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:

How to Cook Ramen like an Expert ~ you're welcome.

I love watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network, if you know what I mean.


Pro tip. Use broth instead of water for your ramen. Then take a mesh strainer and crack in egg into it push egg through strainer into the ramen. It makes it much richer and more nutritious.


Where do I get the broth? Where that came from?


You can buy it in the grocery store. I like to use Swanson or College Inn. Using broth or stock makes the soup much richer. The containers should look something like this.

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Posted 6/11/13 , edited 6/11/13

kamaitachi5587 wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:

How to Cook Ramen like an Expert ~ you're welcome.

I love watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network, if you know what I mean.


Pro tip. Use broth instead of water for your ramen. Then take a mesh strainer and crack in egg into it push egg through strainer into the ramen. It makes it much richer and more nutritious.


Where do I get the broth? Where that came from?


You can buy it in the grocery store. I like to use Swanson or College Inn. Using broth or stock makes the soup much richer. The containers should look something like this.



Thanks for the pro tip. This is the very first pro tip I received here in CR.
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Posted 6/11/13

onibrotonel wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:


kamaitachi5587 wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:

How to Cook Ramen like an Expert ~ you're welcome.

I love watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on Food Network, if you know what I mean.


Pro tip. Use broth instead of water for your ramen. Then take a mesh strainer and crack in egg into it push egg through strainer into the ramen. It makes it much richer and more nutritious.


Where do I get the broth? Where that came from?


You can buy it in the grocery store. I like to use Swanson or College Inn. Using broth or stock makes the soup much richer. The containers should look something like this.



Thanks for the pro tip. This is the very first pro tip I received here in CR.


You're quite welcome glad I could help. If you like the flavor you can add Nori as well. Anything that cooks rapidly really. Unless you want to prep more ingredients ahead of time but that would defeat the purpose of Instant Ramen.
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Posted 6/12/13
I used to love cooking and baking (for most of my life). But where I am currently living I share a kitchen with really messy people and I've gone off anything more than something simple that dosn't have me in there for long. >_<

Greatest masterpeice.... Hm... I'll say my favorite results. Japanese Curry (with apple), Black Forest Cake (made to look like the Portal cake, took forever), Strawberry Roulade, Hamburger Steak.

Worst failures: Japanese omelette in a pan trying to do it the layering way. I'm not good at it so most attempts were failures except one. I decided it was too much effort. I also suck at trying to make sushi. (I'm fine at western omelettes).
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hot and roll
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i wish i could bake and practice but my oven is from the 50s, no kidding, and currently being used to store all the pans and pots xD
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Posted 7/7/13
I love to cook! My dad owns a restaurant so i've been cooking since I was pretty young
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Love to cook and bake! Want my own restaurant someday. I'm really good at bakeing pies and breakfast!!
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Posted 7/7/13
I know how, and love to cook.
I made it to Sous-chef before I became jaded by the industry (coworkers.)
I don't know about masterpieces, but the most rewarding part was anytime a customer (or anyone) gave their "compliments to the chef."
The part I miss the most is all the great cuisine that I was able to experience!
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Posted 7/7/13
I make the best ramen in a cup. I only know how to properly cook eggs, pancakes, and grilled cheese without instructions. Everything else requires a manual.
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18 / F / NYC
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Posted 7/7/13
I like cooking! I can bake, and cook~ I just can't grill I really like making cookies and PIE. Mmmmm. I can also make stir fry and curry.~~
The best thing I ever made was a giant sculpture cake of Squirtle for art class. The teacher was surprised but I explained that it was edible art. Needless to say I got an A on my project.
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