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1) What was the first recipe or food you learned how to cook?

2) What recipe or food did you cook most recently?

3) What recipe or food do you cook most often?

4) What is your favorite recipe?

5) What is the recipe you make that impresses other people the most?

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Date: 2017-06-09 05:39 am (UTC)
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Date: 2017-06-09 12:06 pm (UTC)
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1) What was the first recipe or food you learned how to cook?
It was a long-running gag that I could cook anything as long as all you wanted was toast or cereal. :p I think the first recipe I did solo was strawberry pretzel jello which, for me, was very complicated for a first dish!

2) What recipe or food did you cook most recently?
I made baked cheese fries last night.

3) What recipe or food do you cook most often?
I've been doing a lot with brussel spouts and/or asparagus lately, because it was in-season.

4) What is your favorite recipe?
Hmm... vegetarian chili. We have a good recipe for that.

5) What is the recipe you make that impresses other people the most?
I can cook up a pretty mean meatless Reuben, lol.

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Date: 2017-06-09 02:44 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] aerinha
1) What was the first recipe or food you learned how to cook?
I am lucky enough to have a mom who cooked, and who enjoyed having me in the kitchen with her. So I can't remember the very first thing, but some of my early cooking memories include making bread and making Jell-O.

2) What recipe or food did you cook most recently?
I use my Instant Pot a lot in warm weather, because it doesn't heat up the house and I can do other things while it works. I made pork tenderloin on Monday night, in an Asian-spices-influenced way. I tend to wing it a lot in the kitchen. This was good both the night of and as leftover the next couple days.

3) What recipe or food do you cook most often?
I make a lot of things with eggs. I love eggs as a protein source because they're cheap and healthy; I have the added plus that a coworker has 18 chickens and brings eggs in every couple of weeks, so I have access to really good free range eggs. A simple weeknight supper is fried eggs and whatever else I can find in the fridge.

4) What is your favorite recipe?
My mom's Chicken Divan.

5) What is the recipe you make that impresses other people the most?
My crab puffs, which everyone always wants me to make for special occasions. Choux paste is no laughing matter, though, and I will only make them if the weather is cool, because they're hard work!

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Date: 2017-06-10 12:03 am (UTC)
sallymn: (food 2)
From: [personal profile] sallymn

1. What was the first recipe or food you learned how to cook? Umm.... vegemite on toast? This is me folks....

2. What recipe or food did you cook most recently? Cuppa Soup (beef vegetable :) for lunch yesterday. Or if you insist that isn't cooking... when Sis did her wrist I technically cooked dinner, but with her strictly supervising every step, so, umm... an oven baked omelette months ago (I'm now back demoted to scullery maid :)

3. What recipe or food do you cook most often? Given that 'cook' doesn't include anything raw (I eat a lot of sandwiches, salad and raw food when I'm feeding myself) probably eggs. Very basic eggs. And the way I have learned to like them (no one else will touch them)

4. What is your favorite recipe? ... something I don't cook, big surprise :) Sis does a wonderful and simple (to her) Coconut Chilli Chicken,

5. What is the recipe you make that impresses other people the most? Everyone who knows is vastly impressed by the Great Spaghetti Incident of (I think) '96, but it's on a Need to Know Basis, folks, and no one else Needs To Know.


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