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What dish are you known for?

Post by Nym182 » 19 Oct 2019, 09:07

I don't cook much, but there are a few thing I cook (I think) really well. Every Thanksgiving, I always cook my famous bacon brochette.

I also make a pretty good salmon dish and a really tasty lemony, buttery garlic sauce that is delicious for dipping crab legs in.

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Post by LeDiplomatique » 04 Nov 2019, 23:31

Pumpkin flat breads.

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Post by tannus » 03 Jan 2020, 02:03

I am known for my dum biriyani and many sweets like kheer, halwa, chocolates. I do make good cakes too not best but good.

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Post by BookPower9 » 05 Jan 2020, 05:11

Pork cook with soy sauce, garlic, ginger, pepper and vinegar. We call it "Adobo" in Filipino dialect.

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Post by espo » 13 Jan 2020, 16:28

Definitely my spicy pumpkin soup :)
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Post by Miche29 » 14 Jan 2020, 11:08

Shrimp, egg and vege fried jasmine rice.

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Post by problemchild98 » 18 Jan 2020, 16:39

For my bacon bread. It's my grandmother's recipe.

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Post by Letora » 19 Jan 2020, 08:05

Nym182 wrote:
19 Oct 2019, 09:07
I don't cook much, but there are a few thing I cook (I think) really well. Every Thanksgiving, I always cook my famous bacon brochette.

I also make a pretty good salmon dish and a really tasty lemony, buttery garlic sauce that is delicious for dipping crab legs in.
I do a bunch of cooking, but I'm known for making Weight Watcher friendly meals. Or that weird healthy stuff as some of my co workers put it haha. I mostly cook up pork and chicken in homemade marinades :)
"Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope." - Dr. Seuss

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