What Are You Cooking?

9 months 1 week ago - 9 months 1 week ago #379 by Nikita
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A personal way of the French "cuisine de tradition"...
:mm1:




Roast pork cooked in hard cider, green beans, chestnuts and salsify. :cooking:
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9 months 6 days ago #380 by Nikita
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Damn boiling,right from the oven, the genuine Hachis Parmentier .
:cooking:


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3 months 3 days ago - 3 months 3 days ago #381 by snowman
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This exquisite delight of last Wednesday, only on your screens and not inside your tummies :lol:
Crunchy outside and the inside melts on your tongue... if you're old with nothing left for chewing :P
Most importantly, you can eat it all without feeling heavy in your belly.

The only "kind of good" flour I could find here, in this shite country :D Not bio, not bread flour, not
biscuit flour. Cold spring water, from a few miles away :sarcy: sea salt, 4 grams of yeast, tiny bit of
olive oil... this is not even necessary.


Turned in to this


And then into this... try it for yourselves, you'll never make it :D If you try to lift this, it will go trough
you fingers like melting cheese... or if you don't lift it, the tactile pleasure is similar to... well... boobs :mm3:


Expensive canned tomato slices "crushed by hand" :sarcy: and oregano. Once out of the oven, chopped garlic
cooked with some olive oil to leave only the taste and remove all of the after effects :surprised:


Ripiena con due strati... two layers of dough cooked together and set apart once out of the oven.
You can stuff it with anything. Better be something juicy because the top crust is a crunchy bite.


Garden eggplant salad and some lettuce. You can put your finger in one of those holes to see
how far the rabbit hole goes :sozzled:


It's my own recipe I will try to improve this weekend. I can't write it here, it's over 1500 words :rofl:

Cooked for 17 minutes in this shite oven :rofl: Ask any real pizza master in Rome and he will tell me
to throw it at the junk yard. But no... I fight back! Fo Sho!

"Walk trough all fear no matter what."
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3 months 3 days ago #382 by Nikita
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Lol, looking at this Bonci guy, even if he makes crap, i'll not tell him to throw it at the junk yard... I'll just leave and once home perhaps i'll send him a postcard... :mm3: :whistle:

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3 months 3 days ago - 3 months 3 days ago #383 by snowman
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Why don't you send him a dead fish wrapped in newspaper?

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"Walk trough all fear no matter what."

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3 months 3 days ago #384 by Nikita
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