- December 30, 2020 at 6:00 am #424962Robyn DrakeParticipantRegistered On: March 19, 2019Topics: 49Replies: 136Has thanked: 123 timesBeen thanked: 445 times
I’m picking out recipes for New Years Day dinner. So far, I have Roast Chicken Legs with Lots of Garlic, Kicken’ Collard Greens, and Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon and Pork. Debating adding a cornbread. Maybe I can figure out how to make just a few cornbread muffins. Probably pair it with a hearty red wine.
Any other girls like to cook?
- January 15, 2021 at 5:59 am #433028Samantha JoanChat CrewRegistered On: November 17, 2019Topics: 16Replies: 90Has thanked: 428 timesBeen thanked: 343 times
Hope you are well.
This feed is making me hungry, sausage, mash and onion gravy sounds like heaven.
I have to admit my cooking is a bit limited in variety, now I have more time on my hands, think its time to experiment. I will confess that I have tried my hand at chocolate chip cookies, however despite my efforts, they come out nothing like the picture or what a proper American cookie should look like. Suppose that’s the fun of cooking, trial and error!
Samantha x x
- January 15, 2021 at 12:27 pm #433218Robyn DrakeDuchessRegistered On: March 19, 2019Topics: 49Replies: 136Has thanked: 123 timesBeen thanked: 445 times
All is well here, and I hope for you too. I have been enjoying watching The Great British Bake Off. Even though my mother was very good traditional English cook, they make so many things on that show that I have never heard of. I dont eat a lot of processed carbohydrates, but I thoroughly enjoy watching them make all the fancy cakes and breads. Cheers!
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- December 30, 2020 at 7:00 am #425001Ginny VirginiaLadyRegistered On: December 22, 2020Topics: 5Replies: 148Has thanked: 604 timesBeen thanked: 540 times
- December 30, 2020 at 7:02 am #425002DuchessRegistered On: March 19, 2019Topics: 49Replies: 136Has thanked: 123 timesBeen thanked: 445 times
My mother was a very good cook, traditional English fare. I enjoyed helping her in the kitchen, and eating the results!
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- December 30, 2020 at 6:44 am #424992Alexis TressePrincess - AnnualRegistered On: March 27, 2020Topics: 0Replies: 87Has thanked: 1041 timesBeen thanked: 330 times
Yum, Robyn! I’m necessarily learning to cook for my first time in decades. A healthy cuisine and speed of preparation take priority.
Photos of me in the kitchen are on my CDH private photo gallery. A slave at a hot stove, just what dear old Mom complained that her brood thought she was.
My grown kids are local and invite me to dinner frequently.
- December 30, 2020 at 6:50 am #424994DuchessRegistered On: March 19, 2019Topics: 49Replies: 136Has thanked: 123 timesBeen thanked: 445 times
I’ve always enjoyed cooking. I’m looking forward to doing more of it as my corporate life fades away. My wife and I tend to eat evening meals only on special occasions, so its fun for me to plan and cook dinners.
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- December 30, 2020 at 6:33 am #424988AnonymousRegistered On:Topics: 19Replies: 701Has thanked: 8063 timesBeen thanked: 3830 times
I am pretty simple, not much of a chef but I do all the cooking in our house. I have bought snacks, shrimp and champagne for New Years Eve. New Year’s morning I will make some omelettes, and dinner has not been planned yet.
- December 30, 2020 at 6:22 am #424971Stevie SteinerAmbassadorRegistered On: June 11, 2020Topics: 37Replies: 810Has thanked: 3941 timesBeen thanked: 4282 times
Hi Robyn, that’s sounds yummy!! What time is dinner? Lol.
I love cooking myself – I really do believe I would of made a good house wife that way 😁. New Years dinner ; I’m hoping to have stuffed pork tenderloin, garlic parmesan mashed potatoes, honey glazed baby carrots and of course a big Tobelrone chocolate bar for dessert. Ideally it would be nice to have a Brie cheese appetizer. A skillet 3 parts cranberry sauce, 1 part one chopped jalapeno and heat up; place cheese in center and warm, and serve with fresh tortilla chips or small wraps. Goes great with wine. ( what doesn’t?? )
And yes, I’ll have lots of leftovers!
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- December 30, 2020 at 6:21 am #424970stephanie plumbBaroness - AnnualRegistered On: November 17, 2018Topics: 118Replies: 1382Has thanked: 2054 timesBeen thanked: 5977 times
Yeah! I love cooking and continental cuisine. I am amongst the UK’s top-rated chefs for Chinese, Thai, Indian, Russian, German,
not french,Italian, Spanish, Hairy Bikers, Rick Stein etc.
At least, in my dreams!!! I have been the house chef for 30 years, and tried recipes from all round the world, specialising in the countries mentioned above.
My favourites? Sausage, mash and onion gravy; Vindaloo (any curry really), Thai green curry (airse burningly hot), Borscht, Fish pie, Shepherds pie, Zupa ogorkowa (Polish dill pickle soup), Dog&gun ghoulash; fishes’s and chips; Cullen Skink; Haggis,neeps and tatties. And lots more……
Just had leek and potato soup for lunch – using Turkey stock. Delish! Hungarian goulash planned for supper…….
Stephanie P 👩🏻🍳
- December 30, 2020 at 6:33 am #424987DuchessRegistered On: March 19, 2019Topics: 49Replies: 136Has thanked: 123 timesBeen thanked: 445 times
- December 30, 2020 at 6:28 am #424979Stevie SteinerAmbassadorRegistered On: June 11, 2020Topics: 37Replies: 810Has thanked: 3941 timesBeen thanked: 4282 times
I’m getting hungry Stephanie. Hungarian goulash – the best.
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