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    So... this thread is about cooking... Just to get the ball rolling...

    Who here is a master chef? (and can teach me some good recipes for a college student on a limited time/budget. hehehehe.)

    What's your favorite dish to cook?

    Do you cook a lot?

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    When a man is hungry and he has only some half products, he will cook.

    Easiest ? Spaghetti, omlette. Bit more advanced ? Lasagne. Advanced ? Soups.

    I mostly do simple, Polish dishes like "Pierogi" or "Schabowy", those are tasty and don't take much time to do. A salad with feta cheese, juice from fresh fruits and you have tasty dinner.

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    Most college students I know cook microwave pizza, instant ramen/noodles, and mac 'n' cheese.


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    well... not every college kid is (un)lucky enough to be on a meal plan.

    Some people out there has gotta know how to cook.. =D

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    You need crumbs
    Meat (chicken, lamb - anything fine, each of them requires different time to be prepared)
    Eggs
    Oil
    Salt
    Place to cook

    You take the meat and you beat the crap out of it untill it's completely flat. I also poil some oil on it first and some salt, it's different sensation. To avoid spilling the oil and salt, I put on it some plastic on it and then I beat the crap out of it with a hammer.

    You then take the eggs and break it to bowl. Mix them untill they are completely yellow.

    Take some crumbs and spill them on some plate or anything.

    Take the meat you just beat the crap out of it and bath it in the egg, then you bath it on the plate with crumbs. Be sure that the crumbs get sticky to the meat thanks to the yolk of the egg.

    We take an frying pan and spill some oil on it and get it heated, when it gains some considerate temperature we throw the meat at the frying pan and we turn it whenever it's needed.

    We repeat this process with every piece of the meat.

    And wholla Kotlet Schabowy for yours truely.

    ...actually, the process is even easier than I said. Never forget about the salt.

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    Gee thanks Kolox...now I'm famished ):

    I guess I'll go boil some water now...


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    Try this korean beef stew. Beef short ribs, ginger, chili, soysauce, whole onions, whole garlic, sugar, cook for about 2 hours. done. I didn't even have to cut anything aside from the garnish spring onions. So friggin easy and you could wow your friends with it.

    Korean beef stew » Pinoy Cook: Filipino Food and Asian Cooking

    sweet, salty, spicy... sooo good you'll do thirds and fourths.
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    Ugh... I guess this is the wrong thread to go into when you're pulling an all nighter and realize that you're out of instant noodles...

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    I love making quesadillas and omelettes.

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    I love my meal plan... even if it means I only eat Bacon Cheeseburgers, Taco Bell, and the occasional deli sandwich... all washed down with Vault.


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