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What is YOUR signature dish?
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Are you a master of the Macaroni?

A princess of the Pizza?

A king of the kitchen?

Or maybe you're more suited to simple dishes that somehow taste extraordinary!

Either way, I'd like to know-

WHAT IS THE BEST FOOD THAT YOU CAN MAKE!?



Pleas feel free to comment your signature dish down below!
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Instant noodles.
I'm really good at ordering from dominoes too.
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Vinegar tossed scallop potatoes, and wine marinated deer steaks.

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People tend to froth at the mouth when I even mention my home made beef stew. People always ask me to make extra and bring them some.

Also I cook a sick turkey



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Yamstarch wrote:

People tend to froth at the mouth when I even mention my home made beef stew. People always ask me to make extra and bring them some.

Also I cook a sick turkey



That. Looks. INCREDIBLE!
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Every holidays, every family member keeps asking for my apple-carrot-raisin stuffing to go with their turkey. And that's two holidays.
Then they ask me for the recipe, and for some reason can't make it themselves, so they ask me to make it again.

When I'm just cooking for me, it's fried rice, with anything in a big giant wok.
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My signature dish is French Fries.

I get asked to make this all the time. See, I put allot of time into making it.

Time is put into washing off the starch, drying the fries in a towel, Frying them THE FIRST TIME;-- leaving them in the fridge for at least an hour, & then re-frying them.

This process is simple, but takes long. Yet it leaves you with THE PERFECT French fry. I'm talking about crispy on the outside, yet soft on the inside.

You can eat them as is, or top it with cheese, gravy, salt & pepper, etc~
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Sometimes and sometimes not wish I could train on some more stuff.

and yes even the most "simple" things can be hard to recreate as good as they did (either it being a burger, french fries etc) and how healthy either of them are.

anyway some random stuff:



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Mico171 wrote:

My signature dish is French Fries.

I get asked to make this all the time. See, I put allot of time into making it.

Time is put into washing off the starch, drying the fries in a towel, Frying them THE FIRST TIME;-- leaving them in the fridge for at least an hour, & then re-frying them.

This process is simple, but takes long. Yet it leaves you with THE PERFECT French fry. I'm talking about crispy on the outside, yet soft on the inside.

You can eat them as is, or top it with cheese, gravy, salt & pepper, etc~


And the secret of using sweet California Gold potatoes. Do not forget that.
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Enchiladas. I prefer the green but I can make red ones as well.
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My signature dish is anything microwavable. Like i just made some pizza rolls they were pretty good.
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My signature dish is apple.
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Fried noodles and I can make a good lasagna.
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Oh pizza. I miss you...
Posted 3/17/16
The best thing I can cook is macaroni and cheese.




That it.


That's legit all I can cook.
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