So I like to cook.
I hope you like to cook.
I made an open blog thread where everyone can contribute their cookings for mostly my reading pleasure
inb4 ranut ja kanakastike
Last edited by fittan (2015-11-01 14:06:32)
Your sister should have her genitals mutilated for not having any of that delicious looking pea soup.
Decided to cook something for once, just something simple:
I'll report back when it's done.
I'm sure in just a couple more days...
i can't wait to live in the moment
Spinach + egg is a good pairing. Though I have no idea how that soup tastes like, we usually cook them like this:
Maybe I should post my spinach kek next week
I got one of those french presses just yesterday actually. I'll post the spaghetti when it's done (I like to take time with my cooking) but it's not really comparable to what you guys are making.
By the way, I'm going to a family member's birthday part in a week. Any ideas for a recipe I should bring?
i only used the cafetière because i was making only two cups of coffee and boiling my cofe maker takes longer than brewing it in the cafetière
for your recipe: certified delicious and perfect for family gatherings http://www.food.com/recipe/classic-beef … tew-207605
Last edited by fittan (2015-11-21 19:59:38)
That seems delicious. I might actually make that this week (and post pics). Though for the birthday I was thinking of something along the lines of finger food.
One of the best recipes I've ever had is scallops in white wine sauce. Absolutely sublime. I'm going to make that for the family Christmas dinner. '
Here are some stuff I've made,
the spaghetti (not I'm not too upsetti with it, but the sauce could have been thicker. The rest of the wine went down well)
and some random meal I made with a potato and corn cob with butter, colelsaw with mayonnaise, and a bunch of veggies I tossed in the frying pan.
so, nothing fancy