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01-23-07, 07:32 PM #1Banned
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Who likes to cook?
Who's an amateur/Pro chef and likes to cook?
I enjoy cooking and like watching the food channel on TV. I pick up a lot of ideas from Rachael Ray, the Barefoot Contessa, Paula Deen and others. Just got through cooking dinner and will have curried chicken and rice with baby limas, tossed salad and rolls.
Hope it's fit to eat.
01-23-07, 07:44 PM #2
I honestly don't much care for the women on the food network. Anthony Bourdain and the guy from "Good Eats" are more my style.
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01-23-07, 07:59 PM #4CopsRCool302 Guest
I'm a master at pork chops I Love to cook....
01-23-07, 08:05 PM #5
I cant cook for nothing. If it cant be microwaved straight from a box Im probably gonna starve!!!"An Unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it." Jeff Cooper
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01-23-07, 08:07 PM #6
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01-23-07, 08:16 PM #7
Ribs, blackened ribeye, gumbo, and deer hindquarter in crab boil and honey are my specialty. Love to cook*************************"It wouldn't take much for me to up and run...to another life somewhere in the sun."*************************"There's something inherently wrong with having to put on a bullet-proof vest and a gun to go to work."-(An old friend)
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01-23-07, 08:23 PM #8
Cooking is my hobby,as I have told Dapples,when I am cooking I am only worried or thinking about the next ingredient or step.Very relaxing Love to cook ALL types food but feel I am best at creole cooking as I love sauces and gravys.
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01-23-07, 09:20 PM #10
I love Alton Brown! I love the cast of his show too - especially the food anthropologist! I saw him live, and he's a hoot in person too.
Julia Child has been my idol since childhood though....more so since I read her biography and her memoirs (courtesy of her nephew)
It's not just that I love to cook, but I love to entertain. I collect recipes and cookbooks. I used to be part of a "dinner party" club, and we would take turns planning and preparing a special meal for each other - it was lots of fun!
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01-23-07, 09:39 PM #11
I can and do love to cook, especially southern cooking (Paula Deen style). Only problem is I have very little time. In fact, the son is doing dinner tonight. Like others here, I love Alton Brown... he's so down to earth and funny, too! And Barefoot Contessa... while many of her recipes are out of my league, I like her style.
01-23-07, 10:21 PM #12
I used to love cooking, then I had kids.
Nothing spoils a good creative stint in the kitchen like hearing, "You want me to eat THAT? Gross!" Last year they came up with the ultimate Mom torture - both kids turned vegetarian. I blame the liberal indoctrination they are getting from the public school system."Old age and treachery will always overcome youth and skill." - My Dad
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01-23-07, 10:40 PM #13Rookie
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I love to cook. I think my best dish is babyback ribs with barbeque sauce made from scratch. My other favorites are pot roast, roast chicken, chili, and smoked salmon.
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01-23-07, 11:31 PM #15
Love to cook dont have anything I dont have a special, but I'm always ulooking to try something new to cookLAW ENFORCEMENT HELPING"PERPS" SLIP DOWN STAIRS SINCE 1766!
01-23-07, 11:33 PM #16Corporal
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The extent of my cooking is grabbing it from the freezer, poking a hole in the plastic, and putting it in the microwave for 3 minutes.
01-24-07, 12:36 AM #17
I can cook those frozen pizza pops, and things that don't need any preparation. That's about it.Former member of the LNC
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01-24-07, 12:03 PM #18
Paula Deen's my hero! Too bad she's married.
01-24-07, 12:28 PM #19
I like to cook and I don't mean just grilling out........with that said I sure will be glad when I move (hopefully in the next couple months) and can have my grill back!!!Any Post I make is my opinion only!
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01-24-07, 02:01 PM #20
I love to cook !!! Cakes, desserts and petit fours are my specialty.
Cidp24 does all the grilling as well as the "down home cooking" and everything he cooks is GREAT. He is a little heavy handed on the spices. His blackened rib-eye is better then Emeril's. ( I have indigestion for a week, from the spices, but it is well worth it) His cornbread is perfect everytime."Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History"
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