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    Default Forum Cook Book

    Ok so Im not exactly the worlds greatest cook, actually far from it. Ok so I lied the only thing I can cook is spag bog.

    Anyway Im after some quick and easy meals. Thought this thread might be useful for others too.

    Now just remember I CANT COOK, so make sure you leave plenty of details.

    I have an opinion and Im not affraid to use it!!!

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    Hi BP,

    I love cooking and EATing.
    I have found Taste.com.au very useful.
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    I love eating too.....

    Might have to check out that website, thanks.
    I have an opinion and Im not affraid to use it!!!

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    Sorry, im no cook either
    Education not Legislation

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    Need to know your likes & dislikes BP.

    Like are you a meat & 3 veg type? Or favourite style (asian, english, mediterranian etc?) Any allergies, etc.

    What kinda of meals do you currently destroy & why lol ?

    Cheers
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    Well I am dieting these days but I am a pretty good cook(that what got me here) & was married to a hindu south Indain & have a son with him. So his mum taught me a whole heap of traditional Indain dishes. I can share some of those dishes with you if interested. I also into organic local produce & being as self succficent as possible & have some dishes related to that sort of cooking also.
    Like Chips says what are your tastes?
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    I love indian food and cook quite often.

    I think Indian food is quite easy in general if you have understanding that more spice does not mean better food IMO. In these days you can just buy jar of curry which can make a good curry. By the way Food Safari is this week is Indian Food. The chicken curry in that program is a winner!

    I know many people are not into pressure cooker but I think they are essential item especially when you cook indian food. LOL I have two pressure cookers and looking for another one.
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    CD & hachna, sounds yum guys.....

    How's about some recipes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chipps View Post
    CD & hachna, sounds yum guys.....

    How's about some recipes
    Chipps,

    If you can tell me how to train your dog to drive, I will add a few recipes here. I do not believe in free lunch.
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hachna View Post
    I love indian food and cook quite often.

    I think Indian food is quite easy in general if you have understanding that more spice does not mean better food IMO. In these days you can just buy jar of curry which can make a good curry.
    God, I covet your knowledge!

    Learning to cook semi-decent Indian food has been an unofficial new years' resolution for me for years, it's the only style of cooking that I can't quite get. I don't know what it is, but making good curries seems like this perpetually unattainable dream for me. They always taste the same, and they're always quite tasty, but just not what they're meant to taste like!

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