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Fernando Purba
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Re: What Did You Cook/bake Today?

Post by Fernando Purba »

honestly today my family doesn't cook, because all of us are going on vacation. Until now I want a roast pork dish with a sliced green chili soy sauce sliced

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Post by Emi Waseimoala »

I made cheesecake for the first time!! Nothing fancy, just straight out plain cheesecake. The recipe was from You Tube and it turned out so fine. Will be making more in the future and with pictures included.

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Today I cooked boiled matooke, but with onions, tomatoes, curry powder and salt. I also added three chapatis.

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Breakfast Menu: Cinnamon pancakes & Turkey sausage
Lunch Menu: Tostino pizza :D
Dinner Menu: Marinated Grilled Chicken, Pasta salad, & Sweet Corn

Dessert: Dark Chocolate brownies with Dark Chocolate frosting. (Happy bday week, hubby...)
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I am vegetarian, so I decided to try a new recipe I found on fish fillets, made out of tofu and spinach! We also added mango to spice it up a bit with some mango! I found it very enjoyable and will definitely be making more!

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I finally made a homemade lazy chicken pot pie last night. It turned out so good. I am sad that there weren't any leftovers for lunch.
I found a plain shredded chicken at Walmart. No spices just plain chicken. I made a roux with flour, butter, chicken broth, salt, and pepper. Then I added some mixed frozen vegetables, about two cups. I baked some biscuits to put on the top. I can't wait to make it again.

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Post by Waldorf »

Mini meringues. Well, I helped my son make them. He wanted to take some treats for a sleepover.
You know, for kids!

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