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hmmmm <3 My favorite is probably a grilled mozarella cheese sandwich with cooked spinach and sliced almonds inside and coated with freshly squeezed lemon juice and with avacado and prosciutto. It's just so comforting(≧∇≦)
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every so often ill get a boston butt and inject it with a special blend of spices and such, let it sit overnight then the next day deep fry it. its epic. full of juice and flavor. just slightly unhealthy tho haha
Posted 5/7/13 , edited 5/7/13
タッコライス!!

Takkoraisu, or Taco Rice is an Okinawan specialty invented after WW2.




I make it quickly using short-grain rice, letting it get pretty sticky. Then ground meat, cooked in a dash or two of sake before adding the water and seasoning. Chop up some tomatos, chop some lettuce, get your cheese and salsa and sour cream together now.

Put steaming hot rice onto a plate/bowl, cover with thin layer of cheese, add meat on top with a little bit moar cheese to melt on top of the meat. Smother in lettuce, tomato, salsa, more cheese, sour cream, and enjoy!

Quick, easy, very tasty and my go-to meal/leftovers for before/after a night of drinking!

EDIT!

Also,

鰻丼!Unagi-Don

Terriyaki Eel bowl!

1. Get eel

2. Grill that shizz with tons of terriyaki

3. Snag a bow of rice

4. Dump that sliced goodness onto the rice.

5. UNAGI-DON! ヤッター!




バンザイ!!!!!!!!!!
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"No wrapper would tell me to do, unless it's Jay-Z."

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

"No wrapper would tell me to do, unless it's Jay-Z."

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



Try these simple tricks to make it better.
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Posted 5/7/13
my mother's wild game recipes

lots of spices and 24 hours of marinatin' & slow cookin'
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Idk anything my mom cooks!!

but i recently tried japanese hand rolls and they were to die for!

It had deep-fried soft shell crab, unagi, walnuts, black tobiko and unagi sauce.
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21 / M / Houston, Tx
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Cap'n Crunch + Milk
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23 / M / This Dying World
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white rice, growing up poor makes you enjoy the simplest of joys
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Iainfixie wrote:


onibrotonel wrote:

"No wrapper would tell me to do, unless it's Jay-Z."

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



Try these simple tricks to make it better.


Nah. My link has pictures. I made them. =P
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Eggs are the glue that has the potential to hold all kinds of goodies together, therefore because I am lazy and cant cook nearly all my food has eggs. My favorite though is hands down a good traditional cajun cook off, I could eat fried catfish and gumbo for days.
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Man, you guys are making me salivate at 4 in the morning. I like throwing in random veggies (cabbage/potatoes/sweet potatoes/tomatoes) into a pot of boiling broth (vegetable or chicken) and let it simmer for an hour or so. Add salt 'n peppa for taste (and add other spices/herbs if you like). It's good for lazy people :-)
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22 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Crespelle agli Spinaci
http://www.lidiasitaly.com/recipes/detail/413
It's also wonderful with white sauce instead of a red, and with a lamb and rosemary blend with the filling.

Salsa Marinara
http://www.lidiasitaly.com/recipes/detail/589
I always use 3 lbs of plum tomatoes and crush/puree them myself. I like to combine this recipe with a tomato sauce recipe by sauteing some chopped onion in 1/4 cup of olive oil for 3 minutes and then adding 1/4 cup of shredded carrot, and cooking for 7 minutes. Next, I add the garlic from the original marinara recipe, and proceed to follow the directions-- Aside from tossing in 3-4 bay leaves before simmering for 45 minutes.

Spaghetti con salsa di Pomodorie e Mele
http://www.lidiasitaly.com/recipes/detail/894

There are two others that I want to share, but I can't find a link for them. I refuse to type out the recipes.
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23 / F / Rapture
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Good gluten free cake recipes are hard to come by but:

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2007/03/the-best-chocolate-cake-expletive-free/

This is a chocolate cloud
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BREAD, CRISPY CHICKEN, LETTUCE AND MAYO= MC.CHICKEN
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