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Your favourite food?

Discussion in 'Cooking & Recipies' started by Odion, Aug 29, 2009.

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  1. Odion

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    Hi all!

    This is my first own-make thread here, but I'm hoping it will become a popular one. :)

    Since I like food (and who doesn't?!), tell me a little about what your favourite food is?

    I myself am a fan of a simple spaghetti bolognese or pasta in sauce. But, I'm more than willing to try out new foods. Indian food is one of my favourites, especially korma - but these are usually from a take-away restaurant - I want to try making these at home, too - since I can't afford take-aways, that and I'd like to try more than just what's offered there.

    So, tell me and everyone else who decides to join in a little bit about your favourite food, what it tastes like, and how you make it! It can be Indian, American, Chinese, anything.

    Thanks!
    - Odion
     
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    Love white Channay. Can eat them for ever.

    Sweetcorn Sabzi.

    Italian Food.

    Occaisionally chicken/lamb (but has to be made right).
     
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    Eggplant cooked or prepared in any form, as in any culture, especially with some cheese and a little bit of good bread, pita, naan, battura.
     
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    CHEETOS!

    cause it aint easy bein cheesy

    TWINKIES a close second, cause of their nutritional value
     
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    Cheetos are so good that they should be illegal:advocate:
     
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    Every thing made well except that which moves is my favorite:happy::happy::happy:
     
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    YES! Then we could team up and sell my year supply of cheetos (which i got from costco) by the ounce on the black market. Why, we could be bigger than the Capone family by delivering crunchy chewy cheesy greatness to the beleaguered masses. :AR15firing:
     
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    Nothing could be greater than that cheesy greatness offered to the beleaguered masses. I forgot to ask you if you prefer the puffed Cheetos or the twisted crunchy ones. I like the twisted crunchy ones better, but do like the others too.

    Life is good.


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    Indian
    Reshmi Kebab
    Kofte
    Biryani
    Dhokla
    Butter Nan

    Non-Indian
    Doner Kebab(called Gyro in other places)
    Chilli Chicken(Its not Indian hehe)
    Mi Goreng(Indonessian Noodles)
    Most Thai food
    and many more
     
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    fish fish and fish !

    charred , grilled , fried, steamed. raw (i am a sushi fan) !
     
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    I cast my vote for kofte too.
     
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    hmmm that is a tough question. Let me meditate on it for a couple of days and I will get back to you. :p


    meh.
     
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    I-Love-Nacho-Cheese.com Recipe! Movie Theater CHEESE!
    As Salaam Alaykum everyone.....
    I tried this today, and I thought I would share it with everyone! it came out pretty close to the movie theater cheese
    The Official ILoveNachoCheese.com Recipe
    Serving Size: Enough for one bowl of nachos (5-6 persons)
    Ingredients:
    • 1 1/2 tbsp. butter
    • 1 tbsp. corn starch
    • 1/2 cup milk
    • 1 oz. cream cheese,
    • cubed 1 cup sharp cheddar cheese,
    • shredded 1/8 cup monterey jack,
    • shredded 1/2 tsp. Busha Browne's Pukka Hot Pepper Sauce. (Any habanero/scotch bonnet pepper sauce will do. We recommend anything with a "use with descretion" warning on the bottle.)
    • 1/2 tsp. chili powder
    • 1/4 tsp. paprika
    Directions:
    1. In a small saucepan over low-medium heat, melt butter and stir in corn starch.
    2. Pour in the milk, add cream cheese, and continue to stir until mixture is fully incorporated.
    3. While stirring mix in cheddar and jack cheeses, chili powder, paprika, and hot pepper sauce.
    4. Continue to stir until cheese has melted and all ingredients are well blended.
    5. Pour over tortilla chips.
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    timiti,
    That sounds so good it is evil :}8-:

    Today only my favorite food is pumpkin cheesecake -- which I made tonight -- and it was/is too rich!!!!!!!! :}8-:
     
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    Pizza...mmmmmm!
    Fresh hot bread right out of the oven with a rich aromatic tomato sauce and melted cheese that stretches indefinetely like a long lazy summer day. What I really like about pizza is that you can add whatever ingredient you like, anything goes!
    I like when the middle is wet with olive oil and mushroom juice while the borders are dry so you can finish with your hands.
    In the winter it is best to use spices and in the summer I use herbs...my mouth is watering, I'm going to make a pizza! :veryhappykaur:
     
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    Variety is the spice of life ;)
     

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