Just wondering what anyone would like to know how to cook that they don't have a recipe for or would like to learn to cook?
I would like to cook some chicken and dumplings. Have done this before, I do have a recipe, one my grandmother would make. I'm not sure I can make anything as good as she did though.
Sounds like, you like to cook:) I'll be watching for your tips!
AAAAAAh nobody cooks like grandma. She could make a feast out of creamed tomatoes and biscuits. They were sooooo good.
Mine taught me to cook from scratch.
Soups are my specialty.
This evening I will be treating myself to a chicken curry with fried rice....I have posted two meals I cooke dthis week on my Hub.....I have just posted one on Love...
Mama, glad you like the chicken curry yum yum, this will be a treat.....have you read my new hub broken love... I need a good curry after that...
Today it is my girlfriend's birthday and I will be cooking Irish Steak simple recipe on my Hub, but I would be interested to know how to cook a really good chicken curry.....and how do you cook fried rice....
Hi there, sorry I was not able to return to this forum immediately. Yes, I read your hub and that was heart wrecking. I hope you find true love with your new girlfriend.
I want to share with you my Chicken Curry and Fried Rice recipes but this is probably late for your girlfriend's birthday. I'll just post it as a hub instead. You might want to try them some other time.
'need to put my 2-year old son to sleep. I'll come back hubbing in a little while.
I'm wishing you happiness theirishobserver
I would not like to cook anything, but I would like to eat just about anything.
fried rice -- you have garlic then fry it with little butter or margarine, saute, mashed the rice, the if you have egg and shrimp,
heat the pan, put matagrine or butter, put the shrimp, then egg then rice, little salt will do
chicken curry, boil the chicken, put enough water once bolied put the chicken curry, carrots and whatever vegiies you like then, you can put chili little only, put little salt, thats it
I love to cook anything and everything. However, the one thing I don't know how to make is my mom's "beans & potatoes". It's a peasant dish (like a stew - sorta) she brought over from Italy, everyone LOVES it. It's even my husbands favorite meal at her house. Never turns down an invite. She always saves me some when she makes it but I really do need to get that recipe from her. A comfort food that brings up childhood memories.
Mama sez, looking forward to that recipe, dont let me forget, I am going off now to organise special dinner
I would like to know how to cook Braicole
hahahaha...I was just searching how to spell the word, clicked on a link to see if it was a good looking recipie, and guess what it was!!
http://hubpages.com/hub/_The_Secret_To_ … e_On_Earth
I would like to cook what other's like. Please do not ask me what type food they like.
by nikki1 7 years ago
Mine is rice, shrimp/chicken with vegetables in there famoussauces.. also you can't forget there shrimp egg roll.YUMM!!! Chinese potluck party here frienz
by Melanie Palen 4 years ago
What can you cook in a rice cooker?Other than rice, what are some things you can use a rice cooker for?
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
What are some healthy/delicious people meals you can cook to share with dogs?
by Home Girl 7 years ago
I was thinking, is it possible to cook a nice dinner in 15 minutes? Not a TV-dinner, something real, that needs preparation, not reheating. Any ideas? I am so tired of spending my late evenings in the kitchen, but I HATE sandwitches!
by rmcrayne 7 years ago
Could you write a hub on side dishes with Rice-A-Roni and vegetables?I add a large sweet onion and sweet pepper to Spanish Rice-A-Roni. I would love to try some of your side dishes with vegetables added to other Rice-A-Ronis.
by emichael 7 years ago
Does anyone have a good recipe for restaurant style fried rice?I've tried to make fried rice before, and it was a bit of a disaster. Not that it tasted bad, it just wasn't anything like restaurant fried rice. The rice was too mushy and tended to clump together. Yes, I used chilled rice, and yes I...
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