Everyone has an aunt that makes THE best potato salad. What is a dish that you are known for or you can make really well?
I would have to say that I am known for my rosettes because they are difficult to make. Sadly, they are time consuming to make, but quick to eat! The disappear faster than I can make them!
What is something that you can cook that is special?
YUMMY!!!!!! YOU ALL ARE MAKING ME HUNGRY!!!I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE SOME OF YOUR RECIPES TO TRY SOME THING NEW. FOR ME I AM KNOWN FOR CHEESE CAKE YUM!!
I am known for my Spinach/Artichoke Dip. It is a hit at the parties! It is simple and tastes delicious. People will often request it when I go to parties. The recipe is available on my hubpages. Also, I make some mean fudge during the holidays.
I have a casserole I created about 30 years ago that I am known for. It is Mexican meets Italian. It is spicy and the "heat" is adjustable to one's own taste.
I will be posting it in a hub I am working on as soon as I get pics back.
I make stuffed peppers. I think I'm known for it because I do it differently than most. I use red peppers (I think green ones are bitter when heated, and becomes an unappetizing color) and shredded pork loin (I dislike ground meat and think it's too dense). I also add wine, breading, and white crumbled cheese--feta or gorgonzola. It does tend to take a long time. It started out as a leftover meal, for left over pork loin, and now I have to make the pork loin and then make the stuffed peppers. But it's always a crowd pleaser.
Wow, that sounds absolutely amazing! My father makes stuffed cabbage rolls that are the best ever. It's a Polish recipe as my dad is Polish. They are to die for. I should get that recipe from him! That sounds really good!
I had some fantastic ukrainian cabbage rolls at a friends wedding (it was one of their family specialties). It was fantastic.
I also make stuffed peppers, although I don't eat the pepper.
DO YOU BOIL YOUR PEPPERS BEFORE YOU STUFF THEM? I NEVER DID UNTIL THE OTHER DAY AND WOW I REALLY LIKED IT LIKE THAT. STUFFED PEPPERS ARE AWESPME!!
I make an authentic won ton that has been passed down in our family for generations...and some of our hubbers have tried it with great results!
I make really good Eggplant Parm that I wrote a hub on.
I also make apple pies every year for holiday time. I'm known in my family for those.
And cupcakes, I make them every holiday for people at work.
I like to make our traditional Belarusian dishes like borsch or draniki, and my boyfriend adores my mushroom soup (he usually ask for another portion)
@Misha: Do you use a rod and reel or a net? Or maybe go to Walmart and buy frozen? Is this a way for you to also catch a girl? LOL
I am known for my West Texas Style Brisket that takes up to 18 hours of smoking/cooking time.
Usually I catch it at Whole Foods, or any Asian grocery. I use credit card. And no, never frozen.
As for the girls - come on Charlie, we both are at the age when we don't need to catch any, they just come all by themselves
I love to eat and try to restrict calories to something worth being fat for. I think I have multiple special dishes. I was in the Air Force 20 years, and macaroni and cheese was my thing for most all Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. There were usually enough fellow Southerners around, who viewed homemade baked mac and cheese to be just as important as the turkey. It was a great compliment, but I felt pretty obligated to make it for all holiday gatherings. Of course, I too expected it at holidays, and since my mom and aunts were nowhere near, it was up to me!
Actually it's my dad who makes the best potato salad
And as for me...well...hmmm...I would say I took after my mom and can make a killer broccoli salad. And i make really good cakes...
As for cooking I guess I can grill on my george forman girrl any kind of meat and fish. but that's about it. OH and really good soda pot roast. I'll have to make a hub out of that one.
The dish i'm most "famous" for is spaghetti sauce because i use Jimmy Dean sausage with the ground turkey....and it has to cook all day.
But i can make chicken tikka masala or chicken penang too....
I have many specialties, but one that stands out is seafood,sausage, and chicken gumbo. My folks were both born in Louisiana and I watched my mom make this recipe throughout my childhood. I think I mastered it.
Chinese fried rice with a large slice of baked ginger fish, the usual chop suey, onion leaves along with chilli-pepper omlette ... drooooooooool!
I hear that's on the menu in heaven!
I love Chinese food. Baked Ginger fish that sounds really great. Never had it.
If you can come to China, I urge you enough to eat.
I definitely will try it, it sound wonderful.
I love ginger & fish both yum.
Do you have a recipe hub on this?
If not I would love to have recipe
My kids' fav that I make is either my very special Chicken Marsala or Chicken Piccata with a side of mushroom risotto.
I think that my family's favorite for me to fix is chicken quesadillas--we had a young nephew live with us for a few months about six years ago, and when we saw him recently, he mentioned that he really missed my cooking--but especially those quesadillas...
For me it's BBQ ribs.
Everyone that knows me always ask me when I'm having the next rib party hee hee. I cook huge racks so everyone can eat what they want then take some home. Yum
Vodka ice cream with ginger in homemade pizzelle bowls and hot fudge sauce.
Homemade bread, pizza dough, anything baked goods is what my family always ask for. I make a pizza crust that taste just as good as authentic Italian pizzerias, if not better....lol
I am master of the grill and the omelet, but my gyoza are truly the stuff of legend.
I WISH I WAS GOOD AT THE GRILL WHAT IS GYOZA?
Ratatouille and/or vegan lasagna...It's actually really good and many who've tried it swears it has meat. I learned it working as the head cook of a camp. I also know how to make vegan pancakes too.
Wow, all these different dishes sound wonderful! It's amazing that there is such a large amount of Eastern European influence in many of the dishes mentioned. It makes me feel really proud of my heritage.
On another note, I really should make a recipe hub. Anyone have any tips on how to make a good one?
I have a few dishes that, for some reason, my family does seem to like; but for the most part, for me, if something I cook is edible it's "special". (I hate cooking - and it shows. )
jiaozi.Because it is the traditional staple food of our country.I hope you like.
I make the best pina-colada cake in the world. It took years to perfect.
A good man or woman
Take a handful of trust
a -pinch of faith
a -dash of honesty
a -splash of humor
a -stalk of I got your back
5 -full bags of laughter
add- a lot of endurance
a whole lot of passion
mix it all up, and devour
Add extras if you like......
I finally got pics back and wrote a hub on my special dish.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Mexican-Italian … ow-to-cook
Beef croquettes ! My moms recipe was the best. It's been a while since I made them. Oh course I lost the recipe and my mom passed away a couple years ago. I'm sure I could make them again, but the exact amount of spices I may have difficulty with.
I am a former chef and by far everyone who has ever tasted it, loves my Chicken Cacciatore
I think we need a recipe forum with sub-categories so we can share all of our wonderful recipes & still make hubs about them.
My specialty is three cheese lasagna, pasta bake and tacos. The lasagna I only make on occasion since it's so time consuming, but to me it's better than a turkey or ham at Christmas!
Tourtiere! It is actually my hubbys specialty but now he's got me making it and its a crowd-pleaser across all cultures.
My homemade lasagna with goat cheese, mozzaarella, Parmasan, and Ricotta.
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