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Old 19th May 2005, 15:12   #31
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let the cooks do the cookout

let the rest do burnouts
i totally agree on that
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Old 19th May 2005, 15:33   #32
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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
yeah man...it sounds perfect..lets say we do it later in the summer sometime..either july or august..when im in blore. Anytime before sept, is cool wit me (school for me starts on sept 1st).
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Old 19th May 2005, 16:59   #33
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Hey Guys,
Even I love to cook but these days rather for last 2-3 years, do not get the time.
I cook nice mutton/egg/fish dishes... tried teaching my wife, but she refuses to enter the kitchen!!! but she can clean fishes..which I cannot!
(BTW we have a full time cook now)

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guys..

Am a decent cuk 2. Hav some command over the south indian dishes..rasam, sambhar, upma, chapathi, sabji all kinds of rice ( lemon, tamrind, brinjal, curd, tomato etc). Never tried any sweets as am not much into it.

Eggs are pretty easy to work with and am a selective non-vegetarian ( only like dry dishes and not the gravy ones).

The smell of Fish puts me off!

cuking always comes in handy during my foreign trips where it can be a matter of survival and cost effectiveness. I hate washing vessels.

However gud a cuk u are, u cannot beat the maa-ka-haath-ka-khaana taste.


My rule: dont use too many ingredients to complicate the taste and be careful with the spices and the salt.

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Sure, if sandwiches count. And noodles of the instant variety. Good food is always only a phone call away.
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well since the topics is about cooks,

How about some delicious recipes??!
add in some good high-protein recipes too
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Well i got some african recipies off the net. Chicken in coconut milk. tried it out last week and was pretty fine. High - protein stuff the only thing i cook is nutrela. Soak the beans in warm salt water, boil for sometime and then i mix it while making scrambled eggs.

Pretty easy to make and very high protein content. Hey gordon the easiest high protein recipie is bread with peanut butter just kiddin dude
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I Can cook well, thats what ppl say when they try on the dishes...... And do get lots of compliments from wife too.
My son just loves the Pizza and Pastas I prepare......
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Love the mood here !
I have a decent hand at cook, but want my time .
Strictly veggie and love to give dal the "tadka". Spicy, garlic, onion, lots of tomatoes.....hmmmm mouthwatering.
Usually cook along with freinds when its cocktail time.

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Good god..so many cooks on TBHP ! I'm really suprised..anyway about me, apart from the customary tea, coffee, eggs & all I can make good brownie
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hey mods i think we need a cookery section and pretty soon will have a show!!
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well since the topics is about cooks,

How about some delicious recipes??!
add in some good high-protein recipes too

just add tasteless (ie normal non flavoured ) protien powder to all ur foods, tastes fine, ie 3 scoops in rice before boiling it and stuff.

will add up more from monday onwards,last exam!
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I think i will go early for lunch. You guys have made me hungry.
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I do cook and probably pretty well, going by others' opinion..
spent 2 years in Japan and while sushi/sashimi was good with evening beer, needed desi khaana once in a way to keep going. ended up cooking for crowds of Japanese friends as well..
Do salads, eggs, veggie stuff.. love to eat seafood made by a good cook.

A bangalore drive+cook out sounds yummmmm!!
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Guys tried out chicken lollipops today! Dont ask me how it was. If i had got tehsame at a restaraunt, i would never have visited that place again
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