Food you can cook

franzoir

-the smooth, the suave, and the shrewd
Sempai
QUOTE (warita200 @ May 13 2011, 03:21 PM) Than sounds great fanzoir. I will try this out, but I will use a wok or something as I dont have a rice cooker.

Where is it that you live if I may ask?
London, England

But since last year, Ive started travelling alot. Going South America hopefully in September.
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Ausdoerrt

-sama
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Learned to cook Chinese egg fried tomato. Simple dish and nothing to be proud of, really, but absolutely delicious. Recommend everyone to try it out, grab the recipe from here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRfLNGE2YUo
 

warita200

Tai Youkai
Sempai
Hello minna-san!

I felt inspired today and made muesli power bars, so easy and so tasty.

I used almonds, coconut flakes, oat flakes, fine cut cranberries and dates, vanilla sugar, cocoa powder, butter and some lemon juice. I processed the ingredients until I got a more homogenous mass, added lemon juice and butter and kneaded until it all combined nicely. Then I clumesely formed two bars out of it. They didnt survive the first half an hour. SO DELICIOUS!!!!

 

monsta666

-the bee's knees
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Looks good honey, I could do with a tasty snack! As usual, I am starving!
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chiisai_hana

-nipah!
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QUOTE (Ausdoerrt @ Jul 25 2011, 06:45 PM) Learned to cook Chinese egg fried tomato. Simple dish and nothing to be proud of, really, but absolutely delicious. Recommend everyone to try it out, grab the recipe from here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRfLNGE2YUo
This looks really interesting, I'll have to keep it in mind for when tomatos are back in season! My friend ordered some really delicious tomato soup at a Chinese restaurant - no idea what it was, but I wish I had a recipe for it. Anyone know?

And warita those bars look fantastic!
 

ImTakes

sama
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QUOTE (chiisai_hana @ Dec 08 2011, 06:57 PM) This looks really interesting, I'll have to keep it in mind for when tomatos are back in season! My friend ordered some really delicious tomato soup at a Chinese restaurant - no idea what it was, but I wish I had a recipe for it. Anyone know?


Chinese tomato egg drop soup
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dYqqAimoRQ
The above video explains how to make the soup you are talking about, chiisai_hana. I had the wonderful experience myself at the best Chinese restaurant near my home...absolutely delicious. And well, being Winter time...even better.
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Oxtail and Tomato Soup
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbQ17r9sH9I

Have fun cooking your Chinese soup...I, myself, will be soon making Tamales and Menudo, yummy and very traditional dishes for the Mexican Christmas holidays here at home.
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Ausdoerrt

-sama
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Not about cooking, but since it's food-related...

I'm sitting here wondering why it is that spicy food is always like x2 spicier reheated compared to freshly cooked? (I feel like my insides are burning ughhh)
 

JCDRANZER

- Sky King
Retired
I just mis-read the title of this thread, I thought it said "Food you can speak to" and I was thinking potato smilies with spaghetti.
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Food I can cook, what most ppl can cook and a lot of Indian & Sri Lankan dishes. However, I like cooking my food in my own way, like how I put chilli powder and some curry components into my bolognese, to make it spicy.
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