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Old 06-18-2005, 10:08 PM   #16
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miss sticky, i know you're wanting to start cooking polish foods, have you asked maciek how easy this dish (btw, what dish is it, if i may ask?) is to prepare? i know sometimes exotic ingredients can fool you and the dish can be rather simple to prepare.
Well the whole idea here is to be like..yeah I made this myself and for him to try it and be impressed. I need to do a little homework and go to the Polish deli where he gets his golabki from and see what I'm up against. hehe
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Old 06-18-2005, 10:11 PM   #17
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Old 06-18-2005, 10:17 PM   #18
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i love you. so do i. my roomie gets annoyed with it cuz i almost always will have it on. but i do put it to good use, i love to cook!


of course any kind of stock or broth is better but i just prefer the kind i linked above. plus i noticed rachael (you misspelled it you supposed fan you just kidding) had started using it too even though they repackage her stuff. miss sticky, i know you're wanting to start cooking polish foods, have you asked maciek how easy this dish (btw, what dish is it, if i may ask?) is to prepare? i know sometimes exotic ingredients can fool you and the dish can be rather simple to prepare.


rachael taught me how to cook. i come from a long line of people who don't cook. my mom doesn't really cook (we grew up on hamburger helper, kraft macaroni and cheese, and *gasp* mashed potatoes made from flakes! as you can see from my past cooking threads, i've broken the mold) and her mom didn't cook. i grew up having beanie weenie mondays, etc. (meaning more or less the same things every monday, every tuesday, etc. every week) as did her mom.

needless to say, my parents are looking forward to me moving back in with them because someone will be there to actually cook something other than the usual shit they have. i've already planned on making stuff like fish tacos, risotto, and of course my shepherd's pie.


i met alton brown last year. he's super nice. he signed both of my cookbooks and i got my picture taken with him.


i must say i really enjoy 30 minutes meals, anything with bobby flay, the classic iron chefs (i met morimoto at his restaurant here in philly! ), molto mario, and good eats the most. i miss ming tsai's old show...what was it? east meets west?

lol, yes i am a 21 year old straight male. let's break stereotypes here people!
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i must say i really enjoy 30 minutes meals, anything with bobby flay, the classic iron chefs (i met morimoto at his restaurant here in philly! ), molto mario, and good eats the most. i miss ming tsai's old show...what was it? east meets west?

lol, yes i am a 21 year old straight male. let's break stereotypes here people!
well you had me until you mentioned you like bobby flay. but i guess it's a guy thing. i'd love to see him on iron chef america if you forced him not to grill anything and forbid the use of blue corn.

then again, people always make fun of my rachael ray saying she looks like the joker. and yeah, ming tsai's show was called east meets west. i remember a couple years ago they showed it waaaaay late at like two or three in the morning!

and i'm a 21 year old straight female, so i love to cook and i really think anyone who says they don't like to hasn't found their niche. it can be very relaxing, plus it's great to be able to eat it when you're done cooking, and tweak, etc. the kinda stuff you can't do in a restaurant.
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Yay I made nalesniki! Ok so it was really easy, but it came out of this Polish cookbook so I'm happy! I'm off to see Chick Corea and Branford Marsalis and I'm takin it with me!
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'30 minute meals' is one of my favourites on the food channel. i like how most of the meals rachael makes are healthy, and she's done quite a few that are low-carb.

i also like 'sugar' (that one might just be on the canadian food channel) or any show that has to do with dessert.

last summer i was hooked on 'licence to grill'. seriously, it was like watching BBQ porn.

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oh wow. could you BE more perfect?
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Love Good Eats & Alton Brown.... he's what I imagine I'd be if I were a male chef. (The whole anal-retentive thing... )

I used to think that Rachel Ray was just too damn perky, but I got over it & really love 30-Minute Meals and $40 a Day. My other faves are Ina Garten - I love the fact that although she's definately rich, she makes wonderful food & she's not a stick figure!! I also love Paula Dean, if for nothing but the accent & Giarda (sp?) DeLaurentis, even though she IS a stick figure!
Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse, & Wolfgang Puck though? - not so much. Geez, you'd think I was a man hater!

The one I positively can not stand is Bobby Flay. Don't know what it is, but I simply detest him.
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