What do you cook well?
I make a badass Katsu Curry.
i make a badass cereal :P. i cant yet. tho i have made eggs. and they turned out like…eggs lol
Cook ground sausage.
Cook hash-browns and frozen broccoli in the grease.
Not much of a cook - I follow directions! Good for me, gold star! - but i win at presentation and table arrangement.
I make a killer vegetarian chili.
I'm good at baking (and love doing it). My apple raisin gingerbread and (my sister's recipe) pumkin cake have been hits at the office. Chocolate is what I'm best with though. My raspberry truffles are the best I have ever had and I'm still improving the recipe.
I can make good Italian food. Family recipes. Like home-made meatballs, lasangna, eggplant parmasean, and pasta fazul. Who knows if I spelled them all right though. Other than that, I'm sort of an lazy instant or prepackaged food person. I don't like to cook unless I have an occasion.
I can cook a little…. I can coke cake... make triful... egg pudding... rock cakes.... cup cakes...pizzaa.... I'm ok at those things... My girlfriends the chef I just fix things -preen-
but I can do most anything with a book of detailed step by steps.
I cook good riceballs and Sushi but it's all for me most of the time
I can make good Italian food…
OoooOOo~! Me too. Justa lika Mama used to make it. XD~!!
I do a mean baked ziti, good maccerone, some traditional pizzaiolo… Madonn' the macaroons are delicious and I also make a killing with Zupa di Scarola e fagoli~!!
Recipies passed through generations - always the best, or albeit, the worst. I like 'em though. XD~!!
I can make good Italian food. Family recipes. Like home-made meatballs
The only things I don't microwave are:
Ramen (the instant kind).
I can make tzatziki, stuffed zuchinni, a kickass sausage and peppers, and pasta with artichokes.
I make a dang good chicken marsala, if I do say so myself, and I'm inordinantly proud of my makeshift lime and paprika chicken. I also make pretty good turkey stroganoff and if I could figure out how to make a decent alfredo sauce, my rendition of Mediterranean garlic shrimp would be pretty good, too. The storebought sauce just doesn't do it for me.
Oh yeah, and I make a mean pumpkin pie.
My name says it all. Rice A Roni Monthly called my rice a roni, "…a orgasim in your mouth..."
i can make brita water pretty well
I cook/make a mean bowl of cereal!
I also love to bake! I make snikerdoodles, oatmeal cookies, chocolate chip cookies, brownies, etc. All homemade sweets! Yummy! >w<
Spaghetti, Bacon, Eggs, And Pop-Tarts. XD
I can cook cup instant ramen and stuff that's in boxes, like pasta-roni!
Also I can cook these really good brownies and everybody I know loves them even though it's really simple and it's from the box… ^^;
Ok, I'll tell you my secret that makes them good-- A whole bag of chocolate chips! (TAKE THAT, GREASY DIETS!! manical laugh) Trust, me try it, it's really really good, especially if done in a small pan! Infact, I have some of those brownies that I made yesterday!
I can also make a bowl of Cereal! (I like Count Chocula and Lucky Charms and Froot Loops) And I can make a peanut butter sandwich, and a bagel with cream cheese!
I have 1 cooking skill point. 0 is burning the house down when you touch the stove.
The only stuff I can make that doesn't come with a set of instructions is hamburgers and french toast. It's not much, but it kept me alive when I was in a dorm at University of Wisconsin-Richland Center.
Instant noodles with minced meat, vegetables and a dash of pepper. With egg of course. The perfect stay in meal ^^
I mainly just cook stuff out of the freezer by following instructions. Pasta too.
Plain white rice.
Real good rice. It's an art, y'know.
I don't cook, I follow recipies. That's about it.
I make a mean grilled cheese sandwich. Sourdough bread + pepperjack cheese + blazin' salsa = bitchin'. If no one knows it by now, I'm notorious for my love of ridiculously over-spicy food :laugh:
But cooking isn't too hard. Like Tabby I mostly follow recipes but seriously, grilled chicken is the easiest to make. Let it thaw, marinate it in some beer or whatever, grill, dump spices on it, let it grill some more, bam, everyone thinks you're a fabulous chef. Ain't too hard. :laugh: Hamburger's only slightly more complicated. Don't let me cook your steaks though – I cannot STAND red meat at ALL and I'm guaranteed to thoroughly burn the cow.
Plus, hey, I'm a pastry chef at work. I'm like a housewife already !
Microwavable things. . .I seriously cannot cook. XD
i luv to cook japanese stuff:
Ramen & udon w/ various vegetables, tofu and meat/kamaboko
i make all the stuff from bottom except the curry rice blocks, nori and tofu
i can also make onabe & sukiyaki, but i'm too lazy to do it alone. it's too much stuff to prepare and too much stuff to clean up afterwards >.<
It's usually stuff i make to tease my friends to have an anime night at my ap ^^
i also love to make a nice marinated beef when i find some cheap niku on sale. Marinating options are: red whine, yoghurt, soya/teriyaki or garlic. served with vegetables & sauce.
I can make pasta and chicken soup. Oh, and I can also boil water.
I like to bake yummy treats like chocolate chip cookies too.
I'd like to be able to make Japanese stuff, especially something simple like misou, but that means I have to go to chinatown to buy overpriced ingredients. :glare:
pasta,roasts,pot noodles,rice,veggies(though I don't eat them),salsa and some chinese food.
Basically,I can cook lots of Western food and very little Chinese.
I make the best chocolate chip cookies in the world (so they say) and muffins!:laugh:
But I also love to cook, especially the recipes I invent with my mom! The best things that turned out is my lasagna and burrito (if it's written like this?) and I could remember a few things more…
I'm pretty good at making Shrimp Scampi, and i make the best dang pesto sauce.
Chilli and bologneise sauce.
Ooh! It seems I can do cheesecake well as well (well as well?)! Made a chocolate cheesecake for our United Way campaign at work and it is getting the rave reviews (though I think it turned out kind of uglyish - crust issues mainly). Damn is it rich. I love rich stuff but a thin piece of this was enough for me.
does the happy cheesecake dance
Curry, Oyako-don, Kara-age, Okonomiyaki, ... and whatever I learned at school when I was little .__. Oh yeah, and Chinese chicken soup.
I just remembered that I can bake peanut butter and blueberry cookies.
Other worldy stir-fry, humans, oralgasmic fried bologna sandwiches, quite dank frittatas, and suprisingly good dolsot bibimbap.
I'm working with my Mom in making pasta fagioli, gnocchi and chicken agrodolce. Hope it turns out well.
I make some decent meals but nothing w/ a fancy name… chicken soup, spinach clear soup, vegetables w/oyster sauce, chicken w/soy sauce, spaghetti. I've made brownies and doughnuts too but need to read recipes for that.
My girlfriends the chef I just fix things -preen-
You bet your ass! pose Anyway, being the brilliant mastermind that I am, I'm capable of cooking near anything, so long as it's not too French…. But, here's a list of what I think I do best (at least, what others compliment me on most):
-Macaroni and cheese
You'll be surprised what instant spices can do for you :evil: Thanks to them, I can make some mean fried rice and spaghetti (or pasta with alfredo sauce). There's a whole bunch of instant spices dedicated to Indonesian food. Goodness of life!
Other than that, I can do chicken with soy sauce and broiled chicken wings ^^
I want cooking tips from the people who cook Japanese food. XD
I always walk into the Japanese market and look at all these nifty ingredients. I always wanted to make yakisoba, takoyaki and okonomiyaki.
What do I "cook"… Well I make natto ramen a lot... as well as natto tamago (scrambled eggs)... Yeah I just pretty much stick to the instant stuff and easy stuff and add natto to everything whenever I have to cook myself XD
CosmicDebris - Yakisoba, you can pretty much just follow the instructions ^~ Add vegetables you like.... Common ones (at least at our house lol) include onions, cabbage, sausage/ham/some kind of meat, carrots, etc. Okonomiyaki, you can even play around more and pretty much add in anything you want to ^^ When my friends and I made some the other day, we put in a lot of cabbage, corn, green onions, mochi (rice cakes-the non sweet type), and we put mayonnaise, tonkatsu sauce, okonomiyaki sauce (some combination of the three lol), aonori, katsuobushi, and tenkasu. If you don't know what any of that stuff is, you can ask and I can try to explain ^_^;; I've had friends make takoyaki for me, but I've never made it myself so I wouldn't really know about that....You should just try making some sometime tho.
CosmicDebris - Yakisoba, you can pretty much just follow the instructions ^~ Add vegetables you like…. Common ones (at least at our house lol) include onions, cabbage, sausage/ham/some kind of meat, carrots, etc. Okonomiyaki, you can even play around more and pretty much add in anything you want to ^^ When my friends and I made some the other day, we put in a lot of cabbage, corn, green onions, mochi (rice cakes-the non sweet type), and we put mayonnaise, tonkatsu sauce, okonomiyaki sauce (some combination of the three lol), aonori, katsuobushi, and tenkasu. If you don't know what any of that stuff is, you can ask and I can try to explain ^_^;; I've had friends make takoyaki for me, but I've never made it myself so I wouldn't really know about that....You should just try making some sometime tho.
I found some recipes online once, I think adding the veggies and meat and stuff would be the easy part, but I'm not sure about the sauces. And I don't know what aonori, katsuobushi, and tenkasu are. And if I went to the asian market, how would I find these things? XD A lot of stuff isn't labeled in English.
The only things I know how to cook right off the top of my head are sausages, eggs, pancakes, waffles, you know the simple stuff. I could prepare a gourmet meal, but I need a recipe book. ^_^;