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Old 3rd September 2007, 11:48   #76
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They always will Rahul . Proven would be when they eat what you cook LOL.
Kiran, next time your in Bangalore I shall make you the taste mule. You can then post your review here. Though, I can warn you that you will put up an expression like the food critic does in Ratatouille .
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Yes i can but only Rice, Dal, Boiled Eggs or Omlet or Bhurji whenever parents and wife goes out and my Kid will be with me.
Also expert in noodels and cutting fruits like Apple, Pomogranet, Mango etc .
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I can make tea, maggi, toast and burnt eggs.
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Old 3rd September 2007, 12:32   #79
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I can, but I choose not too!
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I cook regularly, everything is doable. I ran a bakery once so, in the words of ICEr Sam, "I guess I am what you call...qualified"
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I cook as well as I clean. Which is to say, not at all.

I hold the unique distinction of burning (unintentionally) 3 pots of rice sequentially. After this interesting event, an access control - my own dog, has been taught to discourage me from entering the kitchen ever.

I am therefore the expert on consuming cooked food instead.
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Well, I can cook since I've living alone for 7 years now so can do the basics rather well i.e. Tea, Freshly Brewed Coffee, Breakfast, Chawal, Dal, Paneer dishes, Home made Pizza, Egg items etc.

Haven't cooked Non-Veg. ever though, prefer eating it well cooked!
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Well, I can cook since I've living alone for 7 years now
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Ishaan, what a loner you are. 7 long years, and still no company?
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Well if any of you married guys ( or the other, happy guys) need any recipes, just holler and ill try to comply. Those who have been to my place can see my home and office full of books, the majority being car books or cook books. (now im boasting again but who said modesty was one of my virtues?)
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Ishaan, what a loner you are. 7 long years, and still no company?
There is company Benny, but off & on! Overall status is still single na!

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Well if any of you married guys ( or the other, happy guys) need any recipes, just holler and ill try to comply. Those who have been to my place can see my home and office full of books, the majority being car books or cook books. (now im boasting again but who said modesty was one of my virtues?)
Sir, do you keep a count of the books you have? I'm sure after my next visit if a few go missing you won't realise it now would you?
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Sir, do you keep a count of the books you have? I'm sure after my next visit if a few go missing you won't realise it now would you? [/QUOTE]

I did have that problem earlier but from the last few years, they are all stamped and numbered... Aise hi thodi itni collection kar lee hai?!
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I know how to make Nimbu Pani, Rooh-Afza Sharbat, Jalzeera etc.
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Oh you bet I can. Lived away from home for long. Although now my wife cooks (and does it mighty well, the reason I am ballooning by the day ) and I live that part to her but I do cook almost every damn thing if and when required. And I just love to experiment in the kitchen. My experiments do not only limit themselves to the ingredients but even the tools and mediums. So it can be gas stove, OTG based stuffs or even MW cooking.
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Though i lived as a bachelor for many years i contribute to cooking in following ways:-

Grocery shopping
Washing rice
Getting the dining table ready
Clearing the dining table after the meal
Washing utensils
Making Ice for the drinks

I already think thats a lot of contribution to cooking and the kitchen
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Ishaan, what a loner you are. 7 long years, and still no company?
The hand, he has the hand.
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