• Welcome to the Resident Evil Community Forum!

    We're a group of fans who are passionate about the Resident Evil series and video gaming.

    Register Log in

What are you cooking?

KennedyKiller

Super Saiyan Member
Premium
Joined
Jan 21, 2011
Messages
7,852
Reaction score
4,070
Points
42,833
Sadly, it didn’t happen, but I made chocolate cake instead that was really messy LOL heres a picture of a pineapple cupcake with coconut buttercream icing that I made recently though!


You must be registered for see medias
awwww! It's cute!!
 

Angel

I make good toast
Admin
Moderator
Premium
Joined
Feb 3, 2009
Messages
1,791
Reaction score
2,135
Points
30,978
It'll be a full roast dinner tonight.

In reality, that means lukewarm chicken, burnt roast potatoes, cold vegetables, half-developed Yorkshire puddings and scalding hot gravy to try and save it all.

Can't wait :D
 

KennedyKiller

Super Saiyan Member
Premium
Joined
Jan 21, 2011
Messages
7,852
Reaction score
4,070
Points
42,833
It'll be a full roast dinner tonight.

In reality, that means lukewarm chicken, burnt roast potatoes, cold vegetables, half-developed Yorkshire puddings and scalding hot gravy to try and save it all.

Can't wait :D
Lol it sounds tasty to me!!
 

madzia

New Member
Joined
Jun 12, 2021
Messages
3
Reaction score
2
Points
157
Age
24
As I have recently decided to eat healthy and take a little more care of myself, I decided that it is a good time for a healthy diet. Fish, turkey and chicken are the staples of my diet, and recently for breakfast I made asparagus wrapped in Black Forest ham with two soft-boiled eggs and toast! Put the asparagus in the water and cook it until they are soft. Then I dry it, wrap it with ham and put it in the oven for a moment. I take everything out, break the eggs and feel the sky in my mouth. If someone likes light, healthy breakfasts, I recommend it
 

KennedyKiller

Super Saiyan Member
Premium
Joined
Jan 21, 2011
Messages
7,852
Reaction score
4,070
Points
42,833
As I have recently decided to eat healthy and take a little more care of myself, I decided that it is a good time for a healthy diet. Fish, turkey and chicken are the staples of my diet, and recently for breakfast I made asparagus wrapped in Black Forest ham with two soft-boiled eggs and toast! Put the asparagus in the water and cook it until they are soft. Then I dry it, wrap it with ham and put it in the oven for a moment. I take everything out, break the eggs and feel the sky in my mouth. If someone likes light, healthy breakfasts, I recommend it
This sounds like a helluva good way to eat healthy pal!

"I’ve concocted a new recipe!" Karlabos Cream Croquettes, Keycatrich Salad, and Creamy Fowl Saute, all from Final Fantasy XV! How’s this look fellow nerds! Ignis would be proud!

You must be registered for see images
 

Angel

I make good toast
Admin
Moderator
Premium
Joined
Feb 3, 2009
Messages
1,791
Reaction score
2,135
Points
30,978
Ok, so as of today I am riddled with diabeetus, so I tried out a diabetic friendly recipe and I really like it. You cook up some whole-wheat pasta, leeks, lean bacon and rosemary. Mix up some sun dried tomato paste with fat free natural yoghurt and stir through the rest of the ingredients so it warms up.

I honestly thought it would taste like garbage, but it was uber delicious.
 

UniqTeas

G Virus Experiment
Joined
Jun 6, 2016
Messages
1,548
Reaction score
1,584
Points
13,271
Age
34
I am glad you know the diagnosis now and never have to worry about it again. Good luck with the transition period! AND that meal sounds really good. But I am a sucker for leeks in anything.
 

Jonipoon

Professional Sandwich Consumer
Joined
Oct 7, 2018
Messages
977
Reaction score
1,085
Points
7,040
Age
30
No cooking in the summer..... I'm basically eating out everyday. So at the end of the month, I really have no excuse to say "Where did all my money go?" :ROFL:
 

UniqTeas

G Virus Experiment
Joined
Jun 6, 2016
Messages
1,548
Reaction score
1,584
Points
13,271
Age
34
What are your typical order in meals?

Typically, my wife and I switch between Italian, Pizza, Mexican, Salads, and Chinese. But we do live in a culturally diverse area and have many other food types around, so it is great for us.
 

Jonipoon

Professional Sandwich Consumer
Joined
Oct 7, 2018
Messages
977
Reaction score
1,085
Points
7,040
Age
30
What are your typical order in meals?

Typically, my wife and I switch between Italian, Pizza, Mexican, Salads, and Chinese. But we do live in a culturally diverse area and have many other food types around, so it is great for us.
This is one difference I find so interesting between you Americans and us Europeans. When you go out for dinner, you always say the name of the country whose food the restaurant is based on. Like ”Let’s eat Italian tonight” or ”How about some Chinese food?”. But here we never say that, we always say the dish or the name of the restaurant, like instead of Italian we would say ”Let’s go for pasta tonight”, etc. And instead of saying ”I know this great Mexican place” we’d say ”I know this great taco place”.
 

UniqTeas

G Virus Experiment
Joined
Jun 6, 2016
Messages
1,548
Reaction score
1,584
Points
13,271
Age
34
Very interesting! I suppose it makes sense since the US is made of almost entirely immigrants, so we determine food type based on nationality. But I also look at my Ancestry DNA test every month which feels particularly American to me. haha.

I revel in my Italian DNA. And I am still surprised to find that I have a small percentage (4%) of Middle Eastern DNA as well.
 

Angel

I make good toast
Admin
Moderator
Premium
Joined
Feb 3, 2009
Messages
1,791
Reaction score
2,135
Points
30,978
Tonight will be frittata with a billion vegetables in it because they need eating up...getting our kitchen renovated, so cooking is a bit tricky at the moment with zero worktops and one half-broken cooker.

It'll be nice when it's done though
 

SpaceOwlHoot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 20, 2021
Messages
56
Reaction score
36
Points
1,138
Age
121
This is one difference I find so interesting between you Americans and us Europeans. When you go out for dinner, you always say the name of the country whose food the restaurant is based on. Like ”Let’s eat Italian tonight” or ”How about some Chinese food?”. But here we never say that, we always say the dish or the name of the restaurant, like instead of Italian we would say ”Let’s go for pasta tonight”, etc. And instead of saying ”I know this great Mexican place” we’d say ”I know this great taco place”.

This is very interesting. Where in Europe are you from?

I live in the mid-west US but am originally from Europe and have a good mixture of American friends and friends from other countries.

I've personally used both ways of asking..given the situation, one way or the other may make more sense to me
 

Jonipoon

Professional Sandwich Consumer
Joined
Oct 7, 2018
Messages
977
Reaction score
1,085
Points
7,040
Age
30
This is very interesting. Where in Europe are you from?

I live in the mid-west US but am originally from Europe and have a good mixture of American friends and friends from other countries.

I've personally used both ways of asking..given the situation, one way or the other may make more sense to me
I’m from Sweden. We tend to jump on specfic food trends rather quickly over here which is nice, but sometimes you can’t be sure if something tastes authentic or not. The only way to find out is to travel to its country of origin, obviously.

But even here there are exceptions to the ”rule” I mentioned earlier. Like for example right now there’s been a recent big trend of opening restaurants with ”pan-asian cuisine”, which obviously is just a new trendy way of saying Asian fusion. I’ve never actually heard anyone use the word in spoken words though, as it seems to be used simply as a marketing ploy.
 

KennedyKiller

Super Saiyan Member
Premium
Joined
Jan 21, 2011
Messages
7,852
Reaction score
4,070
Points
42,833
Me the fiancee and the kiddo made personal pizzas for dinner last night! One that was Bacon and Pepperoni with Pretzel crust and a Cheese sauce. A regular pepperoni with red sauce, one with bacon and buffalo sauce, and a final with white sauce and bacon. It was a cute and fun way to all get the kinda pie we want and spend time in the kitchen as a family :)
You must be registered for see images
 
Top