1. Post #561
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    what's the sauce on the other side of the plate?
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  2. Post #562
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    pepper sauce
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  3. Post #563
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    December 2007
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    some people think you don't need a sauce with a steak, but i love steak diane so fuck those guys.
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  4. Post #564
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    April 2011
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    i cook the same damn thing every time i take pics. well this time i actually made some pommes duchesse. they tasted great but as you can see they lost some shape because i used cold milk instead of warming it up a bit. i was once again too hungry to be ambitious. i was also experimenting a bit as i made a marinade for the chicken that i usually only do when i grill it, but it worked out in the pan too.

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  5. Post #565
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    December 2011
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    Oh God! Why am i reading this thread? Now I feel myself so hungry. Baww!
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  6. Post #566
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    April 2011
    848 Posts
    last nights dinner was steak, potatoes, onions, sauce and salad. on a side note, raw meat looks pretty fucking disgusting when photographed.



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  7. Post #567
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    Doughnuts again.

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  8. Post #568
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    some more food. this time i didn't really get any good captures of the actual cooking. i was simply too tired, too lazy and too hungry to try to take any splendid pics let alone cook something i'd serve to friends.

    like i said i was lazy and tired, so something quick for starters was the only real option.




    and since we were so hungry, nothing that took time was on the menu. chicken, some mangold salad with some red onions, simple cream sauce, and some cherry tomatoes.



    i would have had some wine for this but eeeh... beer was closer at hand.
    You should totally make wallpapers of food
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  9. Post #569
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  10. Post #570
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    April 2011
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    You should totally make wallpapers of food
    the problem i have right now is that i can't edit my raw files, only the jpegs. this mac only has ios 1.4 or something and that doesn't support my camera. but i suppose i could try and take some more refined shots of the food i cook and actually take the time to use the proper lenses and whatnot. anyway, that reminds me i have some shots of some meatballs i have to upload.

    Edited:

    there we go. some swedish meatballs for ya.



    also, all my food glistens
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  11. Post #571
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    Made brownies for English class, put red and green sugar over it for the holiday season. First time I baked something since about two years ago.
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  12. Post #572
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    Made brownies for English class, put red and green sugar over it for the holiday season. First time I baked something since about two years ago.
    they look overdone/dry.
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  13. Post #573
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    Embarrassing compared to the other pictures in here, but I'm still fairly proud. I never want to see another chocolate chip in my life, though.
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  14. Post #574
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    Embarrassing compared to the other pictures in here, but I'm still fairly proud. I never want to see another chocolate chip in my life, though.
    I'm scared to finish that cake. It'll probably sit in my fridge until i'm feeling brave enough to down it all in one go.
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  15. Post #575
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    March 2010
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    Embarrassing compared to the other pictures in here, but I'm still fairly proud. I never want to see another chocolate chip in my life, though.
    I chuckled a bit at the bottle of anti-acids to the right.
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  16. Post #576
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    December 2010
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    I made this last year for new years. It was two pounds of bacon, three pounds of beef, a pound of cheese, two pizzas, and a few cardiac arrests. Dear god was it delicious.
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  17. Post #577
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    November 2009
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    Made Turkey, croutons with stuffing, mash potato, gravy and Spinach and Crayfish salad with a bunch of friends.

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  18. Post #578
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    January 2005
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    A simple but delicious quick snack that I sometimes cook.

    Some olive oil on the pan



    Drop some liver slices on it, make sure you removed the film that livers have, I like mine around 1cm thick



    Fry them about two minutes and flip them over, not too much or the liver will lose its tenderness. Fry the other side for two minutes as well



    The seasonings are simple, just black pepper, lemon juice, salt and oregano



    ohh boy

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  19. Post #579
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    August 2010
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    I made one giant and delicious burger. It was so good, that I had to make another one. All homemade.
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  20. Post #580
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    so long as you're not too fussy there's a lot of stuff available here in the UK, and it's not all that expensive either. i'm lucky enough to live in a very multicultural part of london, so a lot of the local shops have foreign fruits from all over the world, for cheap!

    also it's a blender, not a juicer. i think it's better to blend the fruit down with all it's fibre than using a juicer, which will eliminate all the fibre and other possible nutrients that there are in the skins etc. but i mean like apple and peach skins, not banana or kiwi - that'd be weird.
    Am I the only one in here with a Blendtec blender? :buddy:

    Also, above poster: that looks like a McRib but a lot better.
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  21. Post #581
    Chief of facepunch medical staff
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    December 2006
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    Am I the only one in here with a Blendtec blender? :buddy:
    given the price tag, i would assume yes
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  22. Post #582
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    October 2007
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    My first omelette. It was a simple potato/onion omelette and it broke when I put it on my plate, but it tastes quite nice! I was going to put some tomatoes in there but unfortunately they were going mouldy!
    Overall success! Should have used a bit less potato I think (or more eggs).
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  23. Post #583
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    August 2009
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    I made one giant and delicious burger. It was so good, that I had to make another one. All homemade.
    My salavatory glands! They are barking!
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  24. Post #584
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    January 2011
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    given the price tag, i would assume yes
    Definitely worth the price.
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  25. Post #585
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    December 2006
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    did you pay for it yourself?
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  26. Post #586
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    January 2011
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    did you pay for it yourself?
    Paid half. My mum wanted it also and we both agreed to chip in.
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  27. Post #587

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    apetito operates a private frozen meal delivery service Wiltshire Farm Foods. The company, originally named "The Waldens Wiltshire Foods Limited" and based in Trowbridge, was purchased by apetito in 1995. Wiltshire Farm Foods specialise in delivering frozen ready meals to private customers throughout the United Kingdom.

    The company offers over 200 different ready to reheat frozen meals, including vegetarian, gluten-free, and diabetic. The service is intended mainly for elderly or disabled people, but can be used by anybody who would prefer to have meals delivered direct to their home.

    Wiltshire Farm Foods deliveries are largely carried out by franchisees.
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  28. Post #588
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    August 2010
    7,095 Posts
    Morning pancakes.

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  29. Post #589
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    December 2006
    18,444 Posts


    homemade meatball marinara sub

    yum!
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  30. Post #590
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    April 2011
    848 Posts
    that actually looks tasty as fuck. made me hungry. i'll cook something up now because of that.
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  31. Post #591
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    January 2011
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    Morning pancakes.

    Recipe pleaseee
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  32. Post #592
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  33. Post #593
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    November 2009
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    What meat is that
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  34. Post #594
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    January 2005
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    moose calf
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  35. Post #595
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    January 2012
    468 Posts
    Stuff about cooking livers.
    Oh man, liver is my favourite meat. Pretty damn cheap, too.
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  36. Post #596
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    June 2010
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    Half-and-Half cookies, popcorn chicken with the best seasoning ever and Dr. Pepper knockoff.
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  37. Post #597
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    October 2009
    128 Posts

    I made this last year for new years. It was two pounds of bacon, three pounds of beef, a pound of cheese, two pizzas, and a few cardiac arrests. Dear god was it delicious.
    I would've payed to see the shit you took after that.
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  38. Post #598
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    February 2008
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    White Chocolate Raspberry Brownies.

    With a raspberry and white chocolate swirl, topped with fresh raspberries and sprinkled about with powdered sugar.

    Wrote up the recipe for the February issue of my school newspaper. Being the Graphics and Design Editor, I often have nothing to do. So I'm filling half a page in the A&E section with this recipe, proposing it as something people can make for their significant others on Valentine's Day.
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  39. Post #599
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  40. Post #600
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    November 2009
    10,071 Posts
    In a cup
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