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mengelag
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Does anyone have any amazing food recipes to share.

I'm looking to expand my cooking knowledge and meal repertoire and step outside my box as far as the kitchen goes. I'd love it if the community could share some of their go-to meals or recipes so I can go make a mess in the kitchen! Thank you all in advance

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cpurpe91
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Find Hen of the Woods, or Maitake mushrooms. Scramble some eggs together in a bowl. Cut the mushroom into bite sizes, these things get huge. Dip them in the egg then roll them in some crushed up saltines. Some people fry them in butter, but I use vegetable oil. Cook them until golden brown and enjoy. Save the left overs because if you get a whole Hen of the Woods, it can feed a single person for a while. There is a reason it is also called Sheep's Head. 

They are typically found at the base of dead hardwood trees, like oak, and cherry trees.

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Definitely curious about this, I'm going to look it up as well. Cheers

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rtbh99
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heres a recipe for lasagna thats been in my family for at least ten years. i typically use more cheese than the recipe calls for, and more beef because thats how i like it. but this recipe is an excellent baseline, and not hard to make imo.

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+1 for actually having a recipe book in these modern times.

+1 for amazing penmanship.

+1 for recipe.

+10 for using more beef

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mengelag
Volunteer Moderator

One of my favourite foods on the planet, look forward to trying it and thank you for sharing! I have a decent recipe as well, next time I make it (which is often), I'll write it down and send.

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roshiyal
Journeyman III

I'm on a mission to jazz up my cooking game and break free from my kitchen comfort zone. Any amazing recipes you swear by? Whether it's your go-to comfort meal or a fancy dish that always wows, spill the beans (or ingredients)! Can't wait to make a glorious mess in the kitchen and impress my taste buds. Thanks a bunch in advance, you culinary wizards! Also, any awesome brunch near me?

mengelag
Volunteer Moderator

do you like Chili?

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And they have the best fried chicken here in PH in my opinion!

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reaction123444
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@mengelag wrote:

I'm looking to expand my cooking knowledge and meal repertoire and step outside my box as far as the kitchen goes. I'd love it if the community could share some of their go-to meals or recipes so I can go make a mess in the kitchen! Thank you all in advance


I also love cooking and I maintain my strict diet because of some health issues. I was asked to maintain a low carb diet but the problem was the taste. I was so bored of my diet meals and now thanks to this lowcarb website I have discovered a lot of delicious dishes. You can check it out too and let me know how it goes!

smithneil
Adept I

I've also been on a mission to shake things up in the kitchen. It's all about expanding those culinary horizons.

BigAl01
Volunteer Moderator

Don't forget the wine pairing.  So important when you are tasting tasty cuisine.

Tasmanian Pinot Noir tastes similar to New Zealand Pinot Noir.Tasmanian Pinot Noir tastes similar to New Zealand Pinot Noir.

 

 

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I stumbled upon this recipe a while back and haven't looked back since. It's become a staple in my kitchen, and I find myself slatherin' it on everything from rice bowls to sandwiches. Plus, it's super easy to make – just a few simple ingredients, and you're good to go.

infohills
Adept I

Absolutely! If you're up for trying something new and delicious, I highly recommend experimenting with some Instapot chicken recipes. They're not only convenient but can also yield some incredibly flavorful results.

Kurisunh
Journeyman III

I love experimenting in the kitchen too! One of my favorite go-to recipes is a homemade pizza from scratch. It's super fun to customize with your favorite toppings and the aroma while it bakes is heavenly. Speaking of pizza, I recently discovered this amazing pizza & kitchen place called therevolution.ie. Their menu is full of delicious options that might inspire your next culinary adventure.

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