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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
PostPosted: 16 Aug 2012, 11:11 
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yes, i noticed( Moment of silence for fallen rice(

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yes, i noticed( Moment of silence for fallen rice(
Don't worry, he wasn't wasted. Fell on keyboard and found his way into mouth in less than 5 seconds. Basmati is pretty great rice.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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some mustard-and-honey and garlic-and-mayo marinated chicken oven baked in foil. with egg+veggies fried rice

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omelette au fromage with bacon

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cheesy pasta with baked beans in tomato sauce, red kidney beans and ridiculous amounts of bacon

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nice, looks very tasty!

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omelette au fromage with bacon
damn, that looks tasty. How is the cheese implemented in da omelete?

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damn, that looks tasty. How is the cheese implemented in da omelete?

half-cooked omelette, then added cheese slices in the middle of it

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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The day before yesterday I did something like 100 pancakes. Never made pancakes before, I don't really like them, that's why. Took about 2 hours to do teh. No photo sorrey.


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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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some minced meat, shrooms and paprika and of course later spyses and cheas

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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is not piza is a picture, oh you mean the food yes that is piza

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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lovin' teh pizza drawings. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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what is that gooey thing igge

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Potatoes and some cream sauce? Looks delshgiuhchus. I'm wandering what those bits among the peas are. Guessing they're not chicken or pork.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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dame i wanna eat teh potatoes. :(


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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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maybe its tikka chicken or turkey

dame i want potatos now

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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potatoes are max) Unchicken pieces are quorn since I'm vegetongy)

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Who shit on your pizza zweg?

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Here is kassler in creamsauce with sweet chili and spices, nice salad: cucumber, tomato, lettice mixed in oil/vineager/water and spices.
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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yummy spaghetti. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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bjenn send me that can, i want it to my collection. looks nice.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Pasta with spinach a la creme and one onion, with some more creamcheese, normal dutch cheese and lots of curry. All secretly hidden under that pasta. Was quite tasty eventhough very simple,


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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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hey guys this is not a pasta-with-random-sauce challenge !!
i'd like to see more evolved cooking

for example right now i'm making a cake with leeks, dried tomatoes and feta. This kind of cake is interesting because:
- it's always good
- you can imagine your own recipes, based on your fridge contents
- it is ok to eat it several days after you made it
- often it's even better, warmed, the day after

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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That sounds good! Last week I made a huge bowl of soup with onions, leek, rice, pasta, chicken (drumsticks), and pork. I ate it for 5 days in a row and it got constantly better! No photos, sorry.


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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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That sounds good! Last week I made a huge bowl of soup with onions, leek, rice, pasta, chicken (drumsticks), and pork. I ate it for 5 days in a row and it got constantly better! No photos, sorry.
I usually try to go for quantity as well, as making food for an entire week saves a lot of time and money. Made this yesterday, but couldn't be bothered uploading pic then, but I guess since you mentioned this I might as well do it now. What I do then is try to vary sauce or whatever I have on this food, maybe one day sweet and sour, next i go with pesto. Third day something else, you know, just to spice things up.

Also, that's pretty much the only good thing about living in Sweden during wintertime; you can store any amount of food on the balcony (as the temperature outside is close to that of a refrigerator) in order to save space in the real fridge.

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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looks very good, i guess you could try to make a pizza out of it (not rice obviously). You have an oven ?

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oooh, i must go cook someting right now, when saw that photo..

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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looks very good, i guess you could try to make a pizza out of it (not rice obviously). You have an oven ?
I do, and that's a great idea! I probably won't be doing it this time, however, as I will be gone during the weekend, and I can't be bothered making it during a weekday since it takes some time to make dough etc, but I will definitely keep it in mind the next time I make something similar.

Btw, what if we made a poll in this topic where people could vote for the best dish of the month or so? This might inspire some to make even better food, and also taking pictures of teh and explaining what it is. This way I think this thread could be a nice source of inspiration for when you don't know what to make for dinner ("Oh, I'll just make whatever won last month, that dish looked sweet!"

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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good idea igge
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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Now you have a reason to try new things)

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 Post subject: Re: Cook-Off Challenge
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Inspired by a sandwich from a local convenience store, which is amazingly good, however this did not turn out as well as I had hoped. That's chicken btw.

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problem with my homemade subs is always that the bread is too dry for some reason, hmm

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yesterday i made some 4 nice easy tasty hotdogs. oh, took 3 mins to make, 3 mins to eat. 3 hours profit. no photos, sry, just ordinary meal.

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I made myself hotdogs yesterday aswell :) Only 3 though.

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ballz, you have to deepfry your bread first. Try it, will be fun! ;)


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minced meat, basmati, paprika, black pepper, topped with BjörnsChoice™ lingonberry jam

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Meatballs from Ikea in the microwave tonight, and just now two slices of bread with cheese in the microwave. I read cock-off challenge btw just now, I rather not try that!


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oriental veg stir-fry with turkey and garlic, also potato

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rice with curry chicken, yellow/red/green pepper, corn, mushroomz, onion and garlic))) proest myselfmade meal ever!!

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Took pictures from my dinners from this week to upload here.

Omelette
-with chicken, cheese, onions, spinach and stuff
-omfg this was good
-onions were from my parents's farm

Bread cheese with lingonberries
-this is like the most quick and easy satisfying meal ever, just eat the bread cheese you bought with lingonberries
-bread cheese is some traditional Finnish thing, I don't know if others have this kind of cheeses

Minced meat steaks with gratin
-in steaks onions, cheese and stuff
-in gratin vegetables, onions, cream and cheese

Salad
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-was surprisingly good and I expected it to be good

Chicken with wok vegetables
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Delivering traditional Christmas ham picture tomorrow, post your holiday foods here!

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Edit: So here it is. 12 hours in a baking oven with around 150 Celcius starting temperature gradually cooling to around 100. After that I removed some of the fat and did a mustard and breadcrumb coating finishing it off in the oven.

The taste is always good and it really makes Christmas, at least for me.


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Sick Kortsu, I'll never be able to cook like that o,o

A tortilla with chicken, tomatos, corn, garlic, some herb/garlic sauce and cheddar cheese =) ez&fast&tasty
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Nice tortilla!
Also, sick ham there kortsu, didn't notice until now. Kind of makes us all look like the amateurs that we are.

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