Favorite Thing to Cook

  • ouija

    ouija (140)

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    I really love baking strawberry cake with vanilla icing. Pizza lasagna is also really fun to make.
    September 27th, 2014 at 05:51am
  • n. josten

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    I love baking, but I'm really not that good at it yet. I didn't realize how much I liked doing it until recently so most of my creations come out looking weird and not tasting quite right but I give kudos to my family for still eating it for me. I've been cooking a lot longer than I've been baking, though, and I love making sausage, green peppers, and onions with my Dad. Pasta is super fun to make, too, and I've been told I've mastered the art. Coffee
    September 28th, 2014 at 02:27am
  • Unown

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    I love frying stuff! I love the comforting sizzling sound, it makes it less boring to wait; though the downside is that you do always have to attend to it. It's also less healthy, I'm sure, due to the frying in vegetable oil.

    I like frying eggs, bacon, peppers, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, beef and pork. I haven't fried anything else yet but look forward to it!

    One thing I really would like to try cooking is beef sirloin or rump steak! They're expensive though.

    Baking is actually something which has always frustrated me. I have had little experience, so of course each time I have tried baking something it's not turned out great. I would love to get some ideas for easy recipes to try! Cookies, muffins, cakes...anything as long as the ingredients are cheap and easily bought from the supermarket.

    I used to despise cooking because I sucked so badly at it, but now that I have to cook for myself I've learned to enjoy it more. I like getting to choose the ingredients. I don't follow recipes though, I just mildly experiment while trying to make good use of everything I currently have in stock.

    So far ingredients I've used for various meals include: eggs, cheese, beef stir fry strips, diced char sui pork, cooked chicken strips, tortilla wraps, baked beans, garden peas, baby carrots, iceberg lettuce (notoriously boring but I actually really like implementing lettuce into wraps and such), red bell pepper, spring onions (yum), shiitake mushrooms, mango chutney, rice noodles, brown rice, cherry tomatoes, bacon, tuna chunks, chips, penne pasta, butter, vegetable oil.

    New foods I've been able to try recently include Asian noodle cups, small Japanese sweets/snacks (choc ice biscuits, shrimp-flavoured crisps), caramel rice cakes, baqar khani and figs. I really want to try macarons and proper Korean BBQ beef!
    October 22nd, 2015 at 08:36pm
  • CallusedSilk

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    Buffalo chicken mac and cheese is something I make that I really enjoy, like that's one of the only full on recipes that I actually cook.
    December 12th, 2015 at 12:26am
  • error404

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    Pasta! Happy face
    December 30th, 2015 at 01:58pm