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Title: Home-cooked food
Post by: FirelordAzula on October 24, 2013, 06:38:51 AM
I got bored and decided to make a random topic. What are your favourite home cooked meals? They can be made by you, or someone else, as long as they are delicious.

My favourites are quesadillas, pizza, chicken breaded and fried in a pan, not a fry daddy, and coconut pie.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Panzercrappitastica on October 24, 2013, 07:30:48 AM
PASTAAAAAA!

More specifically, pasta with butter and parmasean. Made by me nearly every day. I have rather bland taste :P
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: BlueberryDoughnut on October 24, 2013, 07:44:00 AM
Zucchini bread! It's seriously one of the best things ever invented.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: |ĸιrα| on October 24, 2013, 09:13:03 AM
My mac n cheese and mushrooms and my dad's lemon chicken or flank steak and I make cakes from scratch and my dad's chocolate chip pancakes and my mom's parmesan crusted chicken
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: BlueberryDoughnut on October 24, 2013, 10:13:03 AM
...And now I'm hungry again.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: |ĸιrα| on October 24, 2013, 10:17:58 AM
I really want my mom's chicken....ugh.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Starbuck on October 24, 2013, 12:44:12 PM
A venison stew made with the cutest deer I could shoot and drag out of the woods behind a horse. That's the best stuff ever, especially when it's only me I'm cookin for and I can put all the stuff I like in with it. Squirrel stew is also a great dish if you do it right, gotta get the meat soft, it's pretty tough if you don't cook it right. And using across bow takes the hassle of finding the BB or bullet out of the little bugger.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: FirelordAzula on October 24, 2013, 11:02:25 PM
Don't worry, pan. I quite often have plain pasta for lunch, and when I say plain, I mean PLAIN. I don't care for butter or parmesan, so I eat just noodles. Everyone else in my family thinks I'm weird.

Ooh, I love pumpkin bread, but have never tried zucchini bread. Is it that good?

I have never tried deer or squirrel, but I might be willing to try it. No one in my family hunts, though, so not much opportunity to try it.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Starbuck on October 25, 2013, 01:10:04 AM
I like eating wild game because i have to work for it, its not like just going to the store and buying your food without that much effort. when you hunt you gotta track, wait, kill, skin, clean, and cook.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Panzercrappitastica on October 25, 2013, 08:58:02 AM
Vegetarian here, just going to say that I don't enjoy fresh-caught game. :P That will be all.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Starbuck on October 25, 2013, 09:03:51 AM
I like my veggies as much as the next guy but you cant hunt a bell pepper!  ;D
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: BlueberryDoughnut on October 25, 2013, 09:42:39 AM
Don't worry, pan. I quite often have plain pasta for lunch, and when I say plain, I mean PLAIN. I don't care for butter or parmesan, so I eat just noodles. Everyone else in my family thinks I'm weird.

Ooh, I love pumpkin bread, but have never tried zucchini bread. Is it that good?

I have never tried deer or squirrel, but I might be willing to try it. No one in my family hunts, though, so not much opportunity to try it.

I think so, yes. (I make mine chocolate, but I'm sure the non-chocolate version is delicious, too.) It's like eating cake.
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: |ĸιrα| on October 25, 2013, 09:57:09 AM
I like eating wild game because i have to work for it, its not like just going to the store and buying your food without that much effort. when you hunt you gotta track, wait, kill, skin, clean, and cook.

The only reason why I don't like game is because the taste is just...blech. I tried elk my friend got when bow-hunting and I hated it. Just not a fan of game:P
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Panzercrappitastica on October 25, 2013, 10:22:34 AM
I like my veggies as much as the next guy but you cant hunt a bell pepper!  ;D
You could make a robot to hold one and behave like an animal and then shoot the pepper and eat it! ::)
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Starbuck on October 25, 2013, 10:38:23 AM
oh yeah! Ide love buck shot in my pepper!  :D
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Panzercrappitastica on October 25, 2013, 10:39:54 AM
Yeah... Hunting bell pepper probably wouldn't go so well. Plus you'd shoot the robot :P
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Eraisuithiel on October 25, 2013, 12:25:35 PM
I loved every type of wild meat my dad would cook... especially elk steaks :p But unfortunately I don't live at home anymore so I don't get to eat that stuff as much :c

But some of the other home-cooked meals I like are lahmaçun (which is like this middle eastern wrap), curry wurst, macaroni and cheese, any type of home-cooked Chinese soup. And yeah :p
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: kristina-la on October 25, 2013, 12:30:49 PM
My dad makes the best spaghetti in existence, stuffing (also the best :P), my mac and cheese is pretty good, yorkshire pudding! um...Shepherds pie, and OOOOHHHH!!!! Goulash with spaetzle!!! SO GOOD
Title: Re: Home-cooked food
Post by: Straif on October 25, 2013, 04:15:14 PM
Chippino (Italian seafood stew), homemade pasta with homemade tomato sauce, gnooci and tirimisu...AKA the standard family Christmas Eve meal...