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Author:  kurowolfe [ Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:24 pm ]
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Ah, okay. That sound yummy nonetheless :3

Can't say I've seen any Mexican restaurants here, not even in Kuala Lumpur. I did see a small chain selling tortillas and tacos and quesadillas and such, but I can't say that I like their taco, or just plain taco in general. The quesadilla is decent though.

Author:  zdflion96 [ Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:40 pm ]
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kurowolfe Wrote:
Ah, okay. That sound yummy nonetheless :3

Can't say I've seen any Mexican restaurants here, not even in Kuala Lumpur. I did see a small chain selling tortillas and tacos and quesadillas and such, but I can't say that I like their taco, or just plain taco in general. The quesadilla is decent though.


Don't worry, that's nice you saw someone doing that! ;)

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Here is some sweet bread I had here for dinner (of course I didn't eat the whole plate xD) :D

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Author:  Sleet [ Fri Jun 27, 2014 11:03 pm ]
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That looks yummy!

Author:  zdflion96 [ Fri Jun 27, 2014 11:30 pm ]
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Sleet Wrote:
That looks yummy!


If mail could send that, I'd send you some ;)

Author:  Foxstar [ Sat Jul 05, 2014 1:33 pm ]
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Trying to decide on what to eat tonight, I've got a prepacked salad I need to eat before it goes bad. But pizza or a TV dinner, I can not decide.

Author:  Beagle [ Thu Dec 01, 2016 12:53 am ]
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One thing that I discovered about myself after going away to college is that I really like cooking, and I'm actually pretty good at it.

I've been taking pictures of what I've been cooking over the years, and I compiled it into an album that will grow over time.

Some of these pictures were taken in poor lighting and with a terrible cell phone camera, but they're all pretty darn delicious: http://imgur.com/a/TEmCB

Things I love to cook/make but for some reason I don't have pictures of:
  • Chicken Curry
  • Beef Stew
  • Chili
  • Hot Wings (I make my own sauce and it actually comes out more sweet 'n spicy than super hot)
  • Slow cooker lemon chicken with green beans and red potatoes
  • Costco chicken burgers infused with kale and mozzarella, topped with sharp cheddar cheese, pepperjack cheese, and stone-ground mustard. Served on a wheat bun.
  • Turkey sandwiches, with whole-cranberry sauce, lettuce, and Havarti cheese. On wheat bread. heh.
  • Zesty deviled eggs (family recipe, I can't give this one out!)


Things I've recently learned how to make and would like to perfect the technique before posting pictures:
  • Sushi
  • Bruschetta Caprese


I'm also looking forward to getting a wok soon and learning how to make some "generic" Chinese food. I also want to try making Chicken Piccata.

If anyone wants any recipes, let me know. I use a slow cooker or oven whenever possible so most of this stuff is pretty easy if you can handle chopping vegetables and dicing up meat!

Author:  Douglas Collier [ Fri Dec 02, 2016 9:33 pm ]
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Wow, I didn't realize this topic existed.

I love Mexican and Italian food.
I like my meat cooked through (medium well) and prefer thin cuts to thick when it comes to steak, well-seasoned.
I'm not much for chocolate, except for milk chocolate, white chocolate, and fudge - or any desert that uses said ingredients as its main taste components. I LOVE vanilla flavored (and scented) stuff. I'm not much of a desert person, to be honest - when I do get desert, though, I like brownies, vanilla or pralines & cream ice cream, cheesecake, creme roulette, or pecan pie (key lime pie is also good, especially with meringue).
I like fruit flavored drinks (except squeezed orange and grapefruit juice - too bitter), root beer, ginger ale, water, and milk. No coffee, tea, or energy drinks for me (I try to avoid caffeine for the most part, though the occasional Mountain Dew or Barq's root beer are fine).

Author:  NHWestoN [ Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:56 pm ]
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We're vegetarian, but not vegans.

Like Doug, do a lot of Mexican and Italian, but also Indian, Greek, and Arabic. Spinach leaf as a base for various peppers, onions, and dressings. Hummus variations with different breads. We cook up soy products including fake-meats but those can be heavy on the sodium. Chocolate, maple, and coffee ice creams with occasional cake or pies; lots of nuts, apples, and cheeses.

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