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  1. #1911

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    I made homemade peach/mango salsa the night before last, and yesterday crustless spinach/mushroom/feta quiche...





    And tonite its balsamic/caprese salad...

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    Mary Berry's cherry cake:

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    Johari
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    My favorite cold brew recipe!

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    This is the first (successful) thing I have ever made independently in my life.

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    Eat EVERYTHING!
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    About the only thing I can cook right now is ramen noodles. *curses living in a dorm with no stove* But yeah at home... Generally its my brother and mother who do the cooking. All that food looks delicious though, this thread should be outlawed.

    Anyways, I dabble here and there. Make a pretty mean Mac and Cheese, omelets, cakes, and cookies. Although I always get fun of when I make cakes, because they end up covered kindergartenish designs. Ill take a pic next time.

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    Every time I want to post here, it is mainly for @EJCC. I don't know why, but I must just really want her validation.

    This past weekend I made some soup with lentils and mixed grains (in a bag from TJs) and mushrooms that were about to go bad. Some chopped onions rounded it out nicely.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.
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    @gromit That is especially strange and funny to me because I feel like your cooking is a LOT more complicated and interesting than mine. For example I have never done the mixed grains thing. What do they taste like? Are they better than brown/wild rice or quinoa?

    p.s. Here is some validation because that soup sounds great. Like healthy, cold-weather comfort food.
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    Scrambled egg omelette breakfast burrito! No really, I did.

    Cook 1 scrambled egg, set aside.
    Prepare a 2 egg omelette, fill with the scrambled egg, shredded mild cheddar, a dash of garlic powder, crushed red pepper, and favorite hot sauce.
    Wrap the resulting omelette in a tortilla to make it a burrito
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    @gromit That is especially strange and funny to me because I feel like your cooking is a LOT more complicated and interesting than mine. For example I have never done the mixed grains thing. What do they taste like? Are they better than brown/wild rice or quinoa?

    p.s. Here is some validation because that soup sounds great. Like healthy, cold-weather comfort food.
    Heheheh. thank you for the validation.

    The grains are called "Brown Rice Medley" (you can see it on the website if you scroll down to "Rice Blends") and it has brown rice, black barley, daikon radish seeds. I think it is the radish seeds? that give it a nice crunch even when it is cooked.

    And no way, you cook really interesting stuff, I'm pinterest friends with you!

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    Scrambled egg omelette breakfast burrito! No really, I did.

    Cook 1 scrambled egg, set aside.
    Prepare a 2 egg omelette, fill with the scrambled egg, shredded mild cheddar, a dash of garlic powder, crushed red pepper, and favorite hot sauce.
    Wrap the resulting omelette in a tortilla to make it a burrito
    scrambled egg wrapped in an omelette, wrapped in a tortilla, wrapped in an enigma?
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    scrambled egg wrapped in an omelette, wrapped in a tortilla, wrapped in an enigma?
    And portable, too.

    I just find it neat to bite through all those slightly different textures and then have them meld together.
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