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Old 18th May 2005, 21:19   #16
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all this talk about cooking and non veg......really made me hungry

yes..i can definately cook a lot of things..dont do so often but can do.

if anyone wants a sampler of my cuisine...please come to delhi...not a big team bhp member base here!!!

i'd better get some dinner now....
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I can make some basic things like Omlette, Pizza, Sandwitches, Maggi Noodles, Tea, Coffee. Thats it
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I can make popcorn and lemon water..
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Old 18th May 2005, 23:03   #19
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Yes, I do cook. Cooking is relaxing for me. Whenever I am not too tired and feel like it ...go into the kitchen. Kids love it. Wife says she learnt cooking from me. I take that as a compliment and shows that I am reasonably good at it. Have been practising the last 29 years....
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I can make a decent cup of coffee and a good sandwhich.tried making pav bhaji once but that didn't end up too well
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well i kinda love cooking...became real good at it in australia.
as common above make good non veg. now cook only when i want to unwind it is very relaxing for me.
in our family all the male members are excellent cooks.
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same as iceman...I love to cook...infact my wife learnt most of her cooking from me llol
I learnt on my own....while staying away from home/due to interest...generally dont cook meat since my wife is a veggie but I do cook everything else (except roti).

so you wont go hungry if you come to my place :-)
ps: I absolutely love pasta and I am pretty good at making it too....
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well i am a good cook, have been doing it for the past 10 years, not kidding though
i love cooking non-veg a lot, make a lot of good chicken and mutton dishes, love cooking chinese and especially making mutton biryani and chilly chicken.Chinese i maknage to make good chowmein , fried rice, sweet corn soup, chicken in shezwan sauce.

there are lots of good recipes in my recipe book for more details feel free to PM

i cook better than my Girl, shame on her

vegetarian i can make dal, sambar, rasam and some vegetable curries to go along.

any fruits lying around the house i turn them to fruit juice and gulp them down

my next venture is learning and perfecting the art of making tasty salads

eat healthy live healthy drive safe
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Old 19th May 2005, 12:51   #24
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When I moved to US , I started cooking . I cook some basic dishes like rice, dal and some sabjis. Nothing special just works for me.

But many times I prefer to buy a sandwitch or pizza rather than expermenting.

Clearing the mess afterward is a real pain.
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I was forced to learn little bit of cooking when in US for few months. Back home, adding pinch of salt to my wife's cooking is a big thing for me. I and my wife compete each other in who makes better omlet.
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When in the US I learnt the value of dal and good wholesome ghar ka khana. Turns out that I learnt things well. I can cook decent non-veg too, but if I set out to cook X it turns to Y ... and the Y tastes good too. My wife is veg (strictly) so I have not done any non-veg cooking any time in the recent past. Will gladly invvite myself over to any T-BHP member's house for some sampling.

P.S. I am good at giving compliments. So invite me over.
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well i am a good cook, have been doing it for the past 10 years, not kidding though
i love cooking non-veg a lot, make a lot of good chicken and mutton dishes, love cooking chinese and especially making mutton biryani and chilly chicken.Chinese i maknage to make good chowmein , fried rice, sweet corn soup, chicken in shezwan sauce.

there are lots of good recipes in my recipe book for more details feel free to PM

i cook better than my Girl, shame on her

vegetarian i can make dal, sambar, rasam and some vegetable curries to go along.

any fruits lying around the house i turn them to fruit juice and gulp them down

my next venture is learning and perfecting the art of making tasty salads

eat healthy live healthy drive safe
nice..i say we have a team bhp bangalore meet at ur place...we can have a barbeque or something... Im always up for eating good food!
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seriously the way this thread is going pretty soon we are going to have one nicve team bhp cookout!!!!
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calti no problem we can have a meet
as long as the crowd is manageable

just give me time to make my terrace garden neat
we can have a good barbeque there under the moonlight and some light music and beer

chicken shaslic slurpppppppp
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seriously the way this thread is going pretty soon we are going to have one nicve team bhp cookout!!!!

let the cooks do the cookout

let the rest do burnouts
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