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Do u like cooking? What is ur fave cook? Can u share ur recipe to me here, so i can try it at home?
Jan 24, 2010 3:49 AM
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I just can't get interested in cooking at all... but I like food! :) :) :) Since you're asking for a recipe I'll give you one I used to do ... must have been in another life... ;) :) Cake salé au jambon et aux olives:

 4 eggs
 1 cup of olive oil
 1 glass of white wine
 250 g of flour
 some raising powder
 100 g of cheese, preferably gruyère
 gamon ham (cut in squares)
 150 g of bacon
 150 g of green olives (without the stone)
 a pinch of salt

 Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Mix well the other ingredients. Carefully add the whites. Pour into a cake tin. Cook for about an hour. And the good news is... if I was able to make it (without burning it for once) you will most certainly be too. ;) :D
January 29, 2010
Hi this site gives you traditional Australian recipes Australian food, traditional food recipes - (Recipes and information have been provided for traditional dishes) ... Australian Food : In Celebration of the... cover · The Food of Australia. Anzac Biscuits - Damper - Pavlova - Lamingtons
January 25, 2010
i love cooking since i love to eat "you should know how to cook if you love to eat" this is one of the traditional food in our country called "Adobo" but if you want it spicey we called it "Adodiablo" cowboy...
January 25, 2010
I like to cook very much. enjoy cook for friends or family.its one of my favor. but i can only cook very simple dishes . my favor food is cola chicken wing.its very simple and i do it often. for ur is a pdf file i found online.u might check it out.happy cooking.haha~
January 25, 2010
Hi I love cooking. (You should ask the second question as 'What is your favourite food to cook?). I really like to make Indian panneer. It's a kind of cheese that is very easy to make. We use it in many dishes. Here is the recipe to make a little: take 1 L of full fat milk. (You can also use milk powder made into milk). Bring the milk slowly to the boil. Make sure you don't burn it. As soon as it starts boiling add the juice of a lemon and keep stirring the mixture to make sure it doesn't burn. The mixture will make lumps. Then drain it through a cheese cloth to collect the lumps of cheese. Add a bit of salt through it too. Press it and leave it for 10 minutes. It will be ready to eat. You can use it in a curry as a replacement for meat or you can cut it up into small cubes and fry it in some tumeric and curry powder with salt. You can add pepper corns, coriander seeds and garlic to the mix as you strain it and serve it as a separate dish.
January 24, 2010
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