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My anecdotal evidence disagrees with yours! EXPLAIN THAT!
Quote from ShaharazadIf we do bios, I've got to have Thai cook referenced in mine somehow
Quote from RavusOh man, I need to be friendified. Food > Win.
Unfortunately, I'm currently undergoing a surgery that won't allow me to eat any tasties for at least this week. However, this is the last of such surgeries, so I'll be back to eating the stomach-rotting yummies I so very much enjoy to eat (possibly why my colon was so bad in the first place :uhh:)!
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Now, I have a question:
What would be a good, simple (i.e. less than 30-45 min) that requires not that much cooking skill, and no special utensils other than the obvious things like mixers, oven, etc.
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Above all, I come from the nation of good food, also known as ITALY.
Quote from StarkWhat would be a good, simple (i.e. less than 30-45 min) that requires not that much cooking skill, and no special utensils other than the obvious things like mixers, oven, etc.
Quote from ShaharazadYou better friend me up! I'm the official starter-er of the foodie thread in WCT!
If we do bios, I've got to have Thai cook referenced in mine somehow
I realized something about Food network. My favorite show on there is Anthony Bourdains no reservations. I love travel, and sure, his show is great in that aspect as he tends to be a true traveler and not so much a tourist (and there is a fine distinction there). But I also get a sense that he really knows his food. I imagine he could cook circles around many of the networks stars.
I remember seeing the show occasionally before it moved to food network, but it's more conveniant for me, somehow, on the new chanel.
And guys, I'm so happy this clan exists.
[16:23] Alacar Leoricar: maybe if you do it'll make the porn more meaningful
Quote from ViroidThe average lion is approximately 190 cm long and 60 cm wide = 11400 cm2 = 0.00000114 km2
Now, if we take that times a trillion we get 11,400,000 km2 of lion.
Quote from InfinitiveAs far as soups are concerned, I like thick, highly flavorful soups; my two favorites are my Spicy Chicken Enchilada soup and my Baked Potato soup (adapted from a recipe I got from my girlfriends' family).
Quote from Zaphod...American cheese?
Hell, most of the Dutch food isn't available in any other country at all.
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My bio would then be....
Favorite food: Sourdough bread!
Expertise: Baking - bread in particular - and making desserts are my area, and a little general knowledge of simple cooking.
History with food: It's hard not to be a foodie when you're living and grew up in California's wine country. I attended culinary school for baking/pastry certification, and am now the baker at a local "cupcakery."Hmm, that seems too short. Not sure what else I'd want to add. Anyone have good ideas?
Quote from Shaharazad@Infinitive. That sounds good. Have you ever considered adding some fried corn tortillas instead of flour? They will break down in the soup and add a wonderful richness while thickening it.
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@Infinitive. That sounds good. Have you ever considered adding some fried corn tortillas instead of flour? They will break down in the soup and add a wonderful richness while thickening it.