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What is one food you want to try to cook that you haven't done yet?
I would like to try making homemade pasta noodles sometime. I have never made them, but I bet they would be fun to try.
I would like to try my hand at authentic pizza. I'm one for working and reworking a recipe until it's perfect. I think I could do something wonderful with pizza.
I've always wanted to make rugelach. It's a Jewish pastry of Ashkenazic origin. My favorite type is filled with apricot and walnuts. Someday I'm going to bite the bullet and make them!
I have never done my own turkey before. So who knows, with Thanksgiving coming up, this could be my year to try it out for the first time!
I recommend brining it - you can't go wrong with a good brine. The meat will fall off the bone. I do the turkey every year despite being vegetarian lol - everyone loves my turkey
It may sound nasty, but rabbit. I have always wanted to try rabbit, not the making of it, but cooking it and trying a taste.
I've had it baked with BBQ sauce and it turned out great. Rabbit is a better choice, when compared to a squirrel, because they have a lot more meat on their bones. Now, will somebody bring her a pre-cleaned rabbit so she can cook the thing! LOL!
I tried this as a kid and wasn't impressed, but it may have been the cook more than the meat itself? . Good luck with it though. You can have the rabbits in my garden if you like lol.
Hand pulled chinese noodles. It's a technique thats suppose to take years to master, but results in fantastic noodles with amazing texture. I'm a bit of a pasta/noodle fanatic. I've made just about all the other noodles out there but that one I have yet to try ^_^ There is just something fantastic about homemade noodles! Good luck with your pasta noodles! I assume you're referring to the Italian variety ^_^ When it comes to those I just love spinach or sun dried tomato fettuccine tossed with a little butter and parmesan... mmmm ^_^
I'd like to try just about any type of homemade noodle actually as I've never done it. I have a raging gluten intolerance though so I have to do a "non-wheat" noodle
Boy... I don't know how you and others cope with a gluten intolerance... I'd go crazy! It would be like living without chocolate or water Sorry! I hope you can find some good gluten free noodle recipes. A quick google search showed quite a few
I've thought about trying alligator meat, but I'm yet to order the stuff. It is something about eating reptiles, that sort of turns me off. However, I heard it was good... Has anyone tried alligator meat before?
I'm not about to go vegetarian, and most certainly I'd not willingly adopt a vegan diet, however, I do not think I've ever eaten any tofu, and I'd like to try it.
I wouldn't even think of tofu as a substitute for meat - that way, I'd have less of a problem with being disappointed in it. I like to cook, so I think I'd like to get some of the stuff and see what I could do with it
I bought a pasta maker a few months ago and have been eyeballing it since, hoping for the day when I have enough courage to attempt gluten-free noodles. That day is not today. Perhaps tomorrow? Or next week, next week sounds better.
I really want to try and make stuffed mushrooms! It's not very hard, I just haven't had the time.
Artichokes - they intimidate me but I heard they are yummy with melted butter.
Always wanted to make my own ketchup. Sounds weird but i think it would be cool,since i put it on just about everything.
A red velvet cake..it could be quite challenging...and I am scared that it will not come out right....maybe one day...but not just now. LOL..
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