Food & Cooking Megathread

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  1. Nadeox1

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    Wow, that's amazing :eek: (and I'm hungry now ç_ç)
    Self-thought or you took some kind of class?

    I made this time ago.
    It's a typical German dish I liked a lot.
    Rotkohl I think it's the name. (red cabbage)
    I didn't turn out as good, but it was something.
    Also of course ate this in full summer, when I was told it's a winter dish :D

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  2. XManic1995

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    Thank you. Yeah I made my self and chef teamwork from university. ;)
     
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  3. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    Here's my brain child I call it the, "Meat Fries Taco with Cheese."
     
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  4. aljowen

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    Fried myself some chips today.
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    Didn't burn the house down, so on reflection, a successful meal :p
     
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  5. Ytrewq

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    I'm not sure if it counts as cooking or as immature retardery...
    So, last year I got to judge a children's reading competition. As a symbolical reward I got a bunch of shitty Ukrainian candies, lemon flavored jelly coated in chocolate (who on earth thought that was a good idea?). Me and my friends tried eating some, but they tasted like all-season tires soaked in fish oil and dipped in coffee powder. I put the remaining three in a drawer, planning to do some weird experiment with them. Today I had nothing to do and decided it's high time I made use of these candies. They were now hard as wood and had lost all the flavor (which was rather good as it wasn't any pleasant). I threw one out as it had been unwrapped and dropped on the ground, so I didn't want to put it into our cookware and two candies were enough. Here they are, ready for action:
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    Top quality slav oil, Boris would be proud (remember his mayonez muffins, quite close to my experiment)
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    I begin my experiment and you begin questioning my sanity
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    Fully dissolved. The resulting broth smelled of chocolate cookies and lemon:p, much better than the candies themselves.
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    The one on the frying pan lasted a bit longer. Smelled of burned wood and oil, now this is closer to their original flavor ;).
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    Conclusion: chocolate covered jelly beans dissolve into brown liquid when boiled and into brown flakes when roasted in sunflower oil.
     
  6. aljowen

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    Cookie?
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  7. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    That hasn’t gone too well, has it.
     
  9. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    Here's the thing about Cookies, no matter how bad it is, it's still cookies.
     
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  10. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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  12. aljowen

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    I tried making caramelised French toast today. Gonna be honest, probably not gonna make it again. However, I was quite pleased with how the caramelisation went, I was expecting total disaster. Surprisingly, the washing up was quite easy, I though caramelisation would make it a nightmare.
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    The real low point was that the French toast was mostly under done, since I hadn't made it before.
     
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  13. Spiicy

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    For a second I thought those were chicken nuggets...
     
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  14. nosraenyr kcirtap kcin

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    Hey I stole your picture for reddit karma https://www.reddit.com/r/shittyfood...amelised_french_toast_from_the_beamng_forums/
     
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  15. aljowen

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    I think you ought to find a new supplier xD
     
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    I made vegetarian burgers last weekend. I’m not vegetarian or anything, but i saw a YouTube video on it and immediately liked the idea of it. The burger patties are made up of paprica, garlic, kidney beans and breadcrumbs. I made the buns myself too. It tasted delicious!
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  18. aljowen

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    Looks super nice, I got my mum a book of vegetarian burgers for Christmas, had about 6 or so different recipes of burger since then, all were pretty damn nice.

    Haven't got any good photo's of them though, only one of me making a face on a reheated (fried at later date) burger, using buffalo mozzarella and tomatoes.
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    Doesn't do it justice really xD Your photo is way better :p
     
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  19. redrobin

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    Every time I cook I burn the house down, so I don't touch the stove usually.

    Save for a nice favorite of mine, Pasta Aglio e Olio. Angel hair pasta, olive oil, crushed dried basil, crushed red pepper, crushed dried oregano, a touch of pasta water (to form a sauce with the olive oil), about a tablespoon of butter, and some salt and pepper to taste.

    I also make a variation on French green beans. Fresh green beans, cream cheese, butter, seasoning salt to taste. Fantastic.

    I also make a mean "Italian-Style" grilled cheese with some pizza sauce, mozzarella, and pepperoni. I make a mean grilled cheese in general, to be honest.

    I'm figuring out why I'm fat. Nothing about any of these is "low-calorie" or "low-fat".
     
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