Macaroni and cheese! I am pretty good at it. I also make a mean hamburger helper
Chicken adobo! Chicken cooked in garlic, pepper, soy sauce and vinegar. You gotta try this one. This is one of Philippines' favorite dishes.
I'd have to say mastering Cassoulet, that South-Western French traditional dish. Sort of like European Beanie Weenies. Oh, and figuring out how to make tiramisu. Surprisingly easy.
My achievement is putting a tasty, nutritious meal on the table almost every night.
I rarely get a complaint, though I live with someone who complains about almost everything else. He knows which side his bread is buttered on.
Probably spaghetti because I make the best I have ever tasted and now I do not even use ground beef in it which I did for years although I realize many Italians don't use meat or so I have been told. If it doesn't turn out perfect I can tell just by taste exactly what to add to make it perfect and of course I must have Italian loaf bread either sliced or split down the middle toasted just a couple minutes in the oven or under broiler with butter and garlic herb seasoning, and coleslaw or salad.
Baking a cake for my grandpop back in the day, that didn't require toothpicks to hold it together. I must say he was a trooper!
My proudest cooking achievement would probably everything I've ever made that didn't involve the microwave. So I'd have to say - mashed potatoes and instant noodles.
My proudest cooking achievement would be the birthday cake I made for my daughter last year. I've made a lot of birthday cakes. I've even dropped birthday cakes on the floor; I've made inedible, dry birthday cakes one could use for a door stop, or -gasp- my precious birthday cake became fodder for a food fight I started. But this cake I made for my daughter was pure joy from beginning to end-- A triple chocolate mousse cake from the pages of Cooks Illustrated Magazine. At some point I even included this cake in a Hub.
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