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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-10 18:05:17 Reply

How To Make An: Easy Blam

First, take 1/2 cup of stickimation,
add in 3 or 4 cock jokes,
make sure NOT to add any sound or preloaders,
smother it with pointless spam for some extra flavor.

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-10 19:13:24 Reply

Pizza Bread
Serving: 2
Difficulty: 1 (easy as hell, tasty as fuck)

Ingredients:
-5 inch long piece of bread (cut down the middle to make two pizzas); alternatively, you can use bagels
-marinara (any pizza marinara will do)
-mozzarella and cheddar cheese
-toppings of your choice (I used just peperoni. don't overload it though, all the ingredients might not cook thoroughly)

Directions:
-I would suggest you to toast the bread so the marinara doesn't soak into the bread as much.
-smear the marinara on the bread, top it off with cheese and then your toppings.
-put it in the microwave and melt the cheese.
-then either use an conventional oven or a toaster oven (my microwave doubles as a small oven so I'm all set)

this is what mine looks like before cooking

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-10 19:31:28 Reply

At 1/10/09 06:05 PM, rockyace42 wrote: How To Make An: Easy Blam

Get out of my club.


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-14 15:02:22 Reply

Mac N Cheese (second attempt; worked out for me)
Serves: 8
Difficulty: 2

Ingredients:
-1 lb of pasta (I used medium shells, elbow macaroni will work as well)
-velveeta cheese (I think this is what made it taste right. working with other cheese is pretty damn hard)
-shredded cheese
-milk
-mustard powder
-butter
-salt
-olive oil
-cheeze it crackers

(most of these I just eyeballed, so use your best judgment)

Directions:
-pour olive oil and salt into a pot of boiling water. Throw in your mac, cook till done, strain, and throw it back into the pot (keep the pot off the stove though, the mac will stick to the bottom if it's hot)
-now put in your butter and velveeta, mix, pour milk, put the pot back on the stove and cover it so the ingredients melt a little.
-once the cheese is mostly melted, mix it with some mustard powder.
-try it out and pout it all into some dish (like the one in the picture) sprinkle it with cheese and crushed cheeze it crackers.
-45 minutes on 400 should give you this:

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-15 06:31:41 Reply

At 1/14/09 03:02 PM, Fleshlight wrote: Mac N Cheese (second attempt; worked out for me)

man that looks tasty :D

i need to find my camera so i can start contributing properly to this thing :)

also, thank you fleshlight for keeping this club going :)


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-17 08:23:47 Reply

A little something I picked up back in high school and has served me well on many-a-midnight snack.

Noodle Pancakes

Serves: 1
Cooking time: ~ 10 minutes
Difficulty: 1/5

Ingredients
- 1 packet instant (aka 2 minute) noodles
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup grated cheese
- 1 tbsp oil (for frying)

Infostructions:
1. Cook the packet of instant noodles as per usual. You may or may not like to add the flavoring sachet depending on your taste.
2. Drain the noodles then rinse in cold water, to cool them down.
3. In a medium sized bowl, mix the eggs and cheese into the noodles. Add a pinch of salt and pepper.
4. In a frypan, heat the oil on a medium temperature, and then add the mixture to the pan. You should get about 3 medium sized pancakes per noodle packet.
5. Fry until each pancake is cooked on the inside.

Serve with sweet chilli sauce and sour cream. (Or whatever other sauce you want).


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-17 08:29:56 Reply

Dunno if this has been posted, but here is how I make a poached egg:

POACHED EGG

You'll need:
-1 Egg
-3 spoons of vineagar
-2 tea spoons of salt
-Pan that's 2/3 is filled with water

Okay, crack the egg in a bowl and make sure the yolk doesn't get damaged. Wait for the water to boil. When it boils, turn the heat off a bit and stirr the water so that there would be a vortex. Now just spill the cracked egg in the center of the vortex.

After 1 minute of cooking turn the heat down even more and leave the egg for another minute. Carefully pull it out with a spoon. So yeah, the yolk should be all liquid.

I'm not really a good chef, and this is sort of my first tutorial. Don't be harsh.


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-17 08:34:06 Reply

Oh, right forgot this:

Serving: 1
Difficulty: 1/5 (2 if it's your first time).


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-17 09:50:28 Reply

Oooo i nver knew this thread existed.. ill have fun here.
This from the poached egg thread that i wrote.. ill be back with more recipes and pics as i cook them.
BEST METHOD OF POACHING AN EGG!!!
1. take water in a large but 3 inch deep pan.. circular--boil it
2. add a lil salt and about 2 -5 ounces vinegar. the vinegar keeps the egg together
3. when water is boiling GENTLY drop in egg insides.
4. use spider skimmer to remove egg once cooked to your liking.
5. make holindaise sauce
6. cook a pounded out filet mignon
7. toast an english muffin
8 layer them togther muffing on bottom the hollandaise then filet mignon then more hollindaise then egg and top it with some frsh spinach

now go make yourself a bloody mary
you now have an awesome breakfast..fit for a fucking tyrant

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-17 12:06:00 Reply

yeah, poached eggs also go good with tomatoes. btw, when you're dropping the egg turn the heat down a bit.

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-17 12:23:24 Reply

poached eggs? I dunno...I like my white to be a little crispy. What I hate is when the yolk gets a little hard. It tastes awful and I'd rather eat it fully cooked through.

yeah, poached eggs also go good with tomatoes. btw, when you're dropping the egg turn the heat down a bit.

huh...I thought I was the only one who eats eggs with tomatoes. It becomes a habit when your dad compliments every meal he makes with tomatoes and cucumbers.


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-18 06:56:56 Reply

At 1/17/09 12:23 PM, Fleshlight wrote: poached eggs? I dunno...I like my white to be a little crispy. What I hate is when the yolk gets a little hard. It tastes awful and I'd rather eat it fully cooked through.
yeah, poached eggs also go good with tomatoes. btw, when you're dropping the egg turn the heat down a bit.
huh...I thought I was the only one who eats eggs with tomatoes. It becomes a habit when your dad compliments every meal he makes with tomatoes and cucumbers.

It's a small world we're living in. My mom always throws in a couple of tomato or 'cumber slices whenever she servers...Pretty much anything.


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-19 07:20:51 Reply

ahh man, first time poaching an egg didnt go too well

the finished product was yummy, just abit miffed at how much of the white congealed at the top of the pan


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-19 10:48:33 Reply

about the poached eggs...can't you just boil them in the shell and stop cooking when the white is fully hardened? I remember I used to do this: put two or three eggs in a pot of water, wait for it to boil and take them out after 40 seconds. Then crack the top with a spoon, throw some salt in and start eating (or drinking)

maybe this is called something else

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-19 10:58:41 Reply

At 1/19/09 10:48 AM, Fleshlight wrote: about the poached eggs...can't you just boil them in the shell and stop cooking when the white is fully hardened? I remember I used to do this: put two or three eggs in a pot of water, wait for it to boil and take them out after 40 seconds. Then crack the top with a spoon, throw some salt in and start eating (or drinking)

Oh man, that sounds delicious. I'll try it in the morning for breakfast.


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-19 11:10:32 Reply

At 1/19/09 10:48 AM, Fleshlight wrote: about the poached eggs...

thats called a boiled egg :)

a poached egg looks like a fried egg


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-19 21:30:30 Reply

At 1/19/09 11:10 AM, Shreddy wrote:
At 1/19/09 10:48 AM, Fleshlight wrote: about the poached eggs...
thats called a boiled egg :)

a poached egg looks like a fried egg

no...a the yolk of a boiled egg is completely hard. I'm talking about an egg with the yolk still in its liquid state but the white is hardened


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-20 04:02:46 Reply

At 1/19/09 09:30 PM, Fleshlight wrote:
At 1/19/09 11:10 AM, Shreddy wrote:
At 1/19/09 10:48 AM, Fleshlight wrote: about the poached eggs...
thats called a boiled egg :)

a poached egg looks like a fried egg
no...a the yolk of a boiled egg is completely hard. I'm talking about an egg with the yolk still in its liquid state but the white is hardened

yeah its a soft boiled egg :) you eat it in an egg cup with bread soldiers =]


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-20 05:04:23 Reply

yeah its a soft boiled egg :) you eat it in an egg cup with bread soldiers =]

ah, I see...bread soldiers?


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-20 11:57:50 Reply

At 1/20/09 05:04 AM, Fleshlight wrote:
yeah its a soft boiled egg :) you eat it in an egg cup with bread soldiers =]
ah, I see...bread soldiers?

haha sorry thats me bringing my childhood back, its just strips of white bread about an inch wide, but they're nicknamed soldiers ahah


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-20 14:24:43 Reply

At 1/20/09 11:57 AM, Shreddy wrote:
At 1/20/09 05:04 AM, Fleshlight wrote:
yeah its a soft boiled egg :) you eat it in an egg cup with bread soldiers =]
ah, I see...bread soldiers?
haha sorry thats me bringing my childhood back, its just strips of white bread about an inch wide, but they're nicknamed soldiers ahah

my grandma used to make that for me all the time.. WITH WAFFLES ! YUM

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-22 18:44:53 Reply

Fleshlight your gonna have to lead this club, cos im outta here!


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-01-29 11:37:41 Reply

Hey guys.

I tried making some food by myself, so I decided to make fish burgers with groats and tomatoes.

Needless to say, it turned out terrible. The groats were all hard and weren't moist, and the fish burgers were cold and mushy.

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-02 21:38:12 Reply

At 1/29/09 11:37 AM, TacoFreak wrote: Hey guys.

I tried making some food by myself, so I decided to make fish burgers with groats and tomatoes.

Needless to say, it turned out terrible. The groats were all hard and weren't moist, and the fish burgers were cold and mushy.

fish burgers? that's kinda hard to work with. you should start out with something simple like a hamburger. Don't know what groats are. Is that like grits? I love grits


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-04 07:07:20 Reply

At 1/29/09 11:37 AM, TacoFreak wrote: Hey guys.

I tried making some food by myself, so I decided to make fish burgers

fish burgers? you mean like fishcakes? or fish patties as i think theyre called in the US?

also, im back :)


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-04 09:57:15 Reply

Fishburgers, or fish cakes I dunno what you guys call em.

According to the package you could either make then in the oven or on a pan, I chose the pan because it was faster but because of the oil it tasted disgusting and it was sort of cold...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groats

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-04 10:32:47 Reply

At 2/4/09 09:57 AM, TacoFreak wrote: Fishburgers, or fish cakes I dunno what you guys call em.

According to the package you could either make then in the oven or on a pan, I chose the pan because it was faster but because of the oil it tasted disgusting and it was sort of cold...

if you have a teflon pan you can dry fry :) cos the food wont stick and its miles healthier


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-04 11:24:46 Reply

Vegetable Stirfry (Don't know if it's technically that, but I did stir and fry vegetables so...yea)
Feeds: ~3
Difficulty: 2 (the only thing you can do wrong is burn your shit)

Ingredients:
-bag of green beans
-2 zucchinis and 2 yellow squash (I don't know if there's a big difference except with color, but I used these two when I made up this recipe)
-1 onion
-bag of baby carrots (or 4 regular carrots, split down the middle and cut into 4-5 pieces; I actually prefer these because you can get them a little crispy)
-olive oil
-salt

Directions:
-start cooking the green beans in your wok with olive oil and salt (oversalt it a little because you won't use it again for the other ingredients)
-start frying your carrots in a little olive oil on a separate pan.
-cut your zucchinis and squash into circles while the carrots cook
-the green beans should be a little crisped before you throw everything with them.
-once the carrots get a little brown on one or two sides, toss them in with the green beans
-do the same thing with the zucchinis and squash and finally the onion that you sliced into "onion rings"
-once everything's in the wok, leave it covered for 20-30 minutes.

This is a side dish, but I eat it as is from time to time


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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-08 21:20:02 Reply

At 1/6/09 07:48 PM, Shreddy wrote:
At 1/6/09 07:37 PM, darthsubway wrote: Cranberry Barbecue Meatballs
sounds good, any serving suggestions for it?

Yep. Just eat by themselves :)

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Response to Cooking Club 2009-02-10 19:19:55 Reply

At 1/10/09 07:13 PM, Fleshlight wrote: Pizza Bread

i've made this a few times now using chibatta bread (i think thats what its called)

and had a few different toppings :)

- bbq chicken
- fried bacon strips
- ham and pineapple
- sausage & pineapple


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