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Old 01-30-2011, 04:57 PM   #46
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Made zucchini fritters for lunch today. These are pretty damn tasty with marinara sauce or ranch dressing.

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Old 01-30-2011, 05:43 PM   #47
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If you recognize these, I have just made you extremely hungry. I am sorry.
I dont know what that is but it looks good. Hopefully there is cheese involved.
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Old 01-31-2011, 01:49 AM   #48
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If you recognize these, I have just made you extremely hungry. I am sorry.

Are those similar to the ones from Red Lobster? Because that's what they look like to me, and yeah, I'm now incredibly angry with you.
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Old 01-31-2011, 02:10 AM   #49
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I love love love food and baking. Some of my latest:

Buttermilk Biscuits
Yum! I love homemade biscuits. Just finished one with apricot preserves. Tasty!
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Old 02-03-2011, 04:46 PM   #50
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Need moar food pics plz

Cheesy grinder: Sourdough roll, garlic olive oil with melted cheese and salami, side o fries



Big ass breakfast with the best crispy applewood bacon eva



Crispy crab wontons



Shrimp risotto nom

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Old 02-03-2011, 05:24 PM   #51
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Bison burger, Jasper, Alberta.

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Old 02-03-2011, 05:25 PM   #52
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Ohh I'm curious about Bison. My friend keeps trying to get me to try it but I'm skeered.
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Old 02-03-2011, 05:31 PM   #53
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It tastes just like beef but is leaner (so never order it well done).

From my favourite Thai restaurant in TO:

Khao Soi:



Green curry:



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Germany, giant schnitzel - seriously it's hard to see here, but that "plate" is like a platter, really.



Brussels, Belgian waffles, I nearly went into a diabetic coma.

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Germany, giant schnitzel - seriously it's hard to see here, but that "plate" is like a platter, really.

Goddamn I love schnitzel. No gravy, is that the go in Germany?
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Can any of you cook? How long does this food take to prepare at home? My philosophy is that, excluding the time food takes to cook in the oven because at least I can be doing something else whilst it's cooking, food preparation should not have to take longer than an hour. I mean what's the point of spending longer to prepare food than it takes to eat it? Unless it's from one of Jamie Oliver's 30 minute recipes where he makes cooking look like fun I see it as bloody boring and I am completely useless if the recipe is too difficult.

But eating in is cheaper than eating out where I live.
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Crispy crab wontons


I love those!! I wish we had PF Changs around here!

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Can any of you cook? How long does this food take to prepare at home? My philosophy is that, excluding the time food takes to cook in the oven because at least I can be doing something else whilst it's cooking, food preparation should not have to take longer than an hour. I mean what's the point of spending longer to prepare food than it takes to eat it? Unless it's from one of Jamie Oliver's 30 minute recipes where he makes cooking look like fun I see it as bloody boring and I am completely useless if the recipe is too difficult.

But eating in is cheaper than eating out where I live.
Yes, I cook all the time. Everything takes a different amount of time, but generally the meals I make most often take about an hour, depending on how many ingredients there are and if there's lots of chopping (i.e., soups that have loads of veggies in them). I don't really care how long it takes me to cook - I enjoy the whole process.

This weekend I made my new favourite, potato bacon soup:



So simple, yet so delicious!
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Blonde Brownies in the Baker's Edge pan.
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omg. I really need one of those. The edges are my favorite.
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