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    Posted on 13:36:28 - 15/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Macroflation [1962321]

    I don't cook much but some things I do/can make:
    • Shrimp curry
    • Grilled steak ratatouille
    • Spaghetti bolognese
    All pretty quick unless you make the bolognese sauce properly then it should take a few hours.

    Otherwise I just pick something from my Kitchen 52 cards (worth a look if you prefer simple recipes and aren't good at deciding on something).
    Kitchen 52? I'll have to look those up. Thanks!
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    Posted on 07:26:18 - 16/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Macroflation [1962321]

    I don't cook much but some things I do/can make:
    • Shrimp curry
    • Grilled steak ratatouille
    • Spaghetti bolognese
    All pretty quick unless you make the bolognese sauce properly then it should take a few hours.

    Otherwise I just pick something from my Kitchen 52 cards (worth a look if you prefer simple recipes and aren't good at deciding on something).
    I would be curious to check out this 'Kitchen 52' as well - where do you find/get one?
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    Posted on 11:26:17 - 16/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Macroflation [1962321]

    I don't cook much but some things I do/can make:
    • Shrimp curry
    • Grilled steak ratatouille
    • Spaghetti bolognese
    All pretty quick unless you make the bolognese sauce properly then it should take a few hours.

    Otherwise I just pick something from my Kitchen 52 cards (worth a look if you prefer simple recipes and aren't good at deciding on something).

    CTHUCOHU [2857392]

    I would be curious to check out this 'Kitchen 52' as well - where do you find/get one?
    They're just a deck of 52 playing cards with recipes on them, categorized (by suit) into red meat, fish, vegetarian, and chicken. Just Google Kitchen 52 to find them. They're good for someone like me where I won't be motivated to cook unless it's dead simple and won't take more than like 30 minutes. There's similar concepts out there like on Etsy or if you just Google "recipe playing cards," but they're a lot more niche like a deck of lobster-based recipes or a deck of cocktail recipes.
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    Posted on 02:30:32 - 17/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Macroflation [1962321]

    They're just a deck of 52 playing cards with recipes on them, categorized (by suit) into red meat, fish, vegetarian, and chicken. Just Google Kitchen 52 to find them. They're good for someone like me where I won't be motivated to cook unless it's dead simple and won't take more than like 30 minutes. There's similar concepts out there like on Etsy or if you just Google "recipe playing cards," but they're a lot more niche like a deck of lobster-based recipes or a deck of cocktail recipes.
    that seems to be quite difficult as there are numerous Kitchen 25 products, restaurants, etc that are popping up for me. Plus adding deck, recipes, cards doesn't seem to help lol
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    Posted on 04:43:09 - 17/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    today I'm banging out a pork stir fry, quick easy n cheap and can make in bulk if need n freeze into meal packs, marinated the pork in light sesame oil, garlic ginger onion, hoisin sauce n soy, let it sit in fridge a few hours, I put in bok choy, capsicum n carrot n shrooms and bamboo shoots, beat some eggs n made omelette really thin with no dairy at all n let it cool then cut into ribbons. fire up the wok or fry pan high heat and have at it takes a few mins to cook and i used hokkien noodle, from fresh herbage like coriander if you so wish. tasty as a mofo.

     

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    Posted on 06:01:47 - 17/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Macroflation [1962321]

    They're just a deck of 52 playing cards with recipes on them, categorized (by suit) into red meat, fish, vegetarian, and chicken. Just Google Kitchen 52 to find them. They're good for someone like me where I won't be motivated to cook unless it's dead simple and won't take more than like 30 minutes. There's similar concepts out there like on Etsy or if you just Google "recipe playing cards," but they're a lot more niche like a deck of lobster-based recipes or a deck of cocktail recipes.

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    that seems to be quite difficult as there are numerous Kitchen 25 products, restaurants, etc that are popping up for me. Plus adding deck, recipes, cards doesn't seem to help lol
    Weird, okay. Might be a region thing. Here you go: https://www.kitchen52.com/ Or there's a UK site too that serves Europe.
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    Posted on 06:03:33 - 17/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    today I'm banging out a pork stir fry, quick easy n cheap and can make in bulk if need n freeze into meal packs, marinated the pork in light sesame oil, garlic ginger onion, hoisin sauce n soy, let it sit in fridge a few hours, I put in bok choy, capsicum n carrot n shrooms and bamboo shoots, beat some eggs n made omelette really thin with no dairy at all n let it cool then cut into ribbons. fire up the wok or fry pan high heat and have at it takes a few mins to cook and i used hokkien noodle, from fresh herbage like coriander if you so wish. tasty as a mofo.
    That sounds amazing! Being able to make it in bulk sounds really useful. Any particular recipe you go by or do you have all that memorized? 
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    Posted on 07:37:18 - 17/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Macroflation [1962321]

    Weird, okay. Might be a region thing. Here you go: https://www.kitchen52.com/ Or there's a UK site too that serves Europe.
    Oh awesome! Thank you very much :) I saw the site but swore it took me somewhere else to like a restaurants page lol
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    Posted on 11:30:48 - 17/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    today I'm banging out a pork stir fry, quick easy n cheap and can make in bulk if need n freeze into meal packs, marinated the pork in light sesame oil, garlic ginger onion, hoisin sauce n soy, let it sit in fridge a few hours, I put in bok choy, capsicum n carrot n shrooms and bamboo shoots, beat some eggs n made omelette really thin with no dairy at all n let it cool then cut into ribbons. fire up the wok or fry pan high heat and have at it takes a few mins to cook and i used hokkien noodle, from fresh herbage like coriander if you so wish. tasty as a mofo.

    Macroflation [1962321]

    That sounds amazing! Being able to make it in bulk sounds really useful. Any particular recipe you go by or do you have all that memorized?
    cooking is a feeling I know the ball park unless you going to weigh and measure everything, no one got time for that.

     

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    Posted on 01:55:43 - 22/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    I'm having a Chinese hot pot tonight! Ran down to the local Asian supermarket for some fish balls and fried beancurd, and the local farmers market for some fresh veg (highlight find being some fabulous enoki mushrooms), then whipped up a simple soup base and voila! 

    Perfect for leftovers the next day as well, just pop in some ramen while you're heating it up and you've got a warm, spicy lunch for the winter!
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    Posted on 13:16:43 - 22/12/22 (1 year ago)
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    The_Filth [2827031]

    I'm having a Chinese hot pot tonight! Ran down to the local Asian supermarket for some fish balls and fried beancurd, and the local farmers market for some fresh veg (highlight find being some fabulous enoki mushrooms), then whipped up a simple soup base and voila!

    Perfect for leftovers the next day as well, just pop in some ramen while you're heating it up and you've got a warm, spicy lunch for the winter!
    Sounds very tastey!
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    Posted on 16:28:37 - 05/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Chorizo breakfast casserole. Break up some bread to cover bottom of pan. Cook chorizo. Beat some eggs and some milk. Pour eggs over bread add cooked chorizo cover with cheese.. bake at 350 for 15 to 20 min. Yum...
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    Posted on 04:21:18 - 06/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    today i am making smoked lamb shoulder with salad of rocket, carrot, fine sliced red onion so thin you can see the air on the other side thin ( its sweeter) , roasted diced sweet potato tossed in sumac and evo, pan fried yellow button squash with fresh garlic ( cooled after cooking ), rough chopped capsicum, tomato wedges, some toasted pine nuts for extra crunch, tossed through fresh squeezed lime juice and salt and pepper of course. Low fat greek yogurt with diced chilli and chopped fresh mint. Lamb left to cool, salad in center of plate, bit of yogurt on the top, have at it, or coat the salad with the yogurt both are good, sometimes i toss in chick peas into the salad as well.
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    Posted on 07:27:15 - 08/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Steak, greens and gravy. With a bottle of cab-sav.
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    Posted on 23:14:29 - 12/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Chorizo breakfast casserole. Break up some bread to cover bottom of pan. Cook chorizo. Beat some eggs and some milk. Pour eggs over bread add cooked chorizo cover with cheese.. bake at 350 for 15 to 20 min. Yum...
    Sounds delicious!
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    Posted on 23:15:20 - 12/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    today i am making smoked lamb shoulder with salad of rocket, carrot, fine sliced red onion so thin you can see the air on the other side thin ( its sweeter) , roasted diced sweet potato tossed in sumac and evo, pan fried yellow button squash with fresh garlic ( cooled after cooking ), rough chopped capsicum, tomato wedges, some toasted pine nuts for extra crunch, tossed through fresh squeezed lime juice and salt and pepper of course. Low fat greek yogurt with diced chilli and chopped fresh mint. Lamb left to cool, salad in center of plate, bit of yogurt on the top, have at it, or coat the salad with the yogurt both are good, sometimes i toss in chick peas into the salad as well.
    Yum! I love lamb.
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    Posted on 23:15:48 - 12/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Steak, greens and gravy. With a bottle of cab-sav.
    Cant go wrong with this. And a little cab-sav makes everything better.
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    Posted on 14:10:39 - 16/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Last night, I made pancit. It's a Filipino dish with noodles, meat and veggies.
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    Posted on 02:29:24 - 21/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Mashed tofu, crispy fried mushroom, rice and soup.
    I'm very into ovo-vegetarian diet lately lol.

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    Posted on 00:10:06 - 31/03/23 (1 year ago)
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    Today was a day, so tonight I am engaging in emotional eating. Half a pepperoni pizza, and some ice cream. Sometimes it just has to be done.
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