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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Aubade » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:38 pm

I had a sandwich today

it was sex (with jessica alba) in sandwich form


Fresh French roll from the bakery
Fresh Mayo
honey roasted deli sliced turkey
3 slices of all cheddar cheese.
2 leaves of fresh lettuce
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Nikachelle » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:40 pm

Aubade wrote:Fresh Mayo


This is where you went wrong.

However... the idea of sex with Jessica Alba may make up for your wrongdoings. Mmmm Alba...
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Vanifae » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:42 pm

There will be no fake bisexual chat.

This is about food, and food only. Or sex and food.

But mostly food.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Aubade » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:43 pm

This

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in sandwich form i tell you. IT WAS AMAZING

And what's wrong with fresh mayo?

(By fresh i mean, i just bought it yesterday. The rest of it i got from the farmers market.)
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Nikachelle » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:46 pm

Vanifae wrote:There will be [strikethrough]no fake[/strikethrough] bisexual chat.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Nikachelle » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:47 pm

Nikachelle wrote:
Vanifae wrote:There will be [strikethrough]no fake[/strikethrough] bisexual chat.


....

wtf is the strikethrough command?
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Aubade » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:53 pm

Hmm, nothing wrong with a woman thinking another woman is hot IMO
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Thalia » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:57 pm

ZOMG don't derail the foodies thread.

So I've been trying to lose a little weight. I found a recipee for turkey chili, hands down, I don't think I've tasted better, I was so surprised.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Vanifae » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:58 pm

Thalia wrote:ZOMG don't derail the foodies thread.

So I've been trying to lose a little weight. I found a recipee for turkey chili, hands down, I don't think I've tasted better, I was so surprised.

Please post the recipe I want a healthy recipe for chili, I have been running and doing more healthy stuff.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Aubade » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:58 pm

Thalia wrote:ZOMG don't derail the foodies thread.

So I've been trying to lose a little weight. I found a recipee for turkey chili, hands down, I don't think I've tasted better, I was so surprised.



Mm that sounds good
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Thalia » Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:06 pm

Okay its from foodtv.com the foodnetwork show the link is:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ellie-krieger/white-chili-recipe/index.html
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Enkal » Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:10 am

Best Thai stew, really easy, about 30 minutes cooking time:

1 kg chicken breast (sliced n diced)
2-3 cans coconut milk
1 small can of green curry paste (take it easy with this one)
a box of frozen green peas (the sweet ones)
1 zucchini (sliced n diced)
fish oil for saltyness

mix everything but the zucchini in a big pot, boil till the chicken is done, add the zucchini, boil a few more minutes, serve with Bastmati rice. Profit! :mrgreen:
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Viycktor » Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:29 am

Thalia wrote:If you want dried chilis to keep longer, put them in the freezer then rehydrate them by boiling them. Trick passed on in my family.

This is basically what I do for my sauces... but I never really freeze the dried chilies, they usually keep just fine dried.

I stick em in the oven for a few minutes to make sure they're warm and toasty, pop em open and let all the dried seeds out, then steep them in a big bowl of just-under boiling water.

I then take them out after a few minutes, put them in blender with some of the water, add some herbs and spices and tomato paste... and puree that sucker up.

Then I take THAT and reduce it on the stove to get it nice and thick.

I make a pretty huge batch for enchiladas, and the trick (at least for me) is to make sure it gets in EVERYTHING. I divide the sauce into thirds essentially.

A third is simmered with some ground beef that was browned with chopped onions.

Another third is for this: I take corn tortillas, and get two frying pans: one with oil, one with the sauce. I proceed to fry the cor tortillas until they're crispy (flipping once) and then set them aside (this process goes much faster with another to help) to cool while frying the next one. Once that one is done, I put the slighly cooled tortilla in the pan with the sauce, and give it a second to soak in to soften it up. Then that one is taken out, filled with the beef+onion mixture, and placed in an oven-proof tray/casserole dish. The assembly line of fry, soak, fill continues until you run out. This step is one that I was missing for a LONG time, and it basically allows you to make corn enchiladas that are swimming in sauce, but won't dissolve on you.

Pour the last third over the enchiladas, then cover in cheese and bake in the oven.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Grehn|Skipjack » Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:32 am

I imagine I'd be a more interesting cook if I liked certain foods. Like most vegetables. It seems every damn dish has vegetables I don't like in them, so I never have a reason to cook it. Picky eater ftl :(
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby randomjibberish » Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:04 am

I like cooking, but I find that I don't have that much time to do a dish that has a lot of prep and takes a while to cook.

This is probably one of my favorite recipe blogs, mainly cause it has youtube videos showing how it's done.
http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/

I tried this recipe for chicken parmesan, and it came out really good.
http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2008/02/ ... ow-it.html

So~ who's a fan of Top Chef? :D
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