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Pizza is the best
health pack cake! [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/DSC02009.JPG[/t] if i did it again there would be a few things i would do differently, but overall i was pretty happy with the outcome!
[QUOTE=Autumn;32250878]health pack cake![/QUOTE] Hahahaha! That's just awesome!!
[QUOTE=Autumn;32250878]health pack cake! [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/DSC02009.JPG[/t] [/QUOTE] I can forgive you for banning me now. Only because of cake though.
[QUOTE=Autumn;32250878]health pack cake! [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/DSC02009.JPG[/t] if i did it again there would be a few things i would do differently, but overall i was pretty happy with the outcome![/QUOTE] This is awesome! recipe please?
[QUOTE=Autumn;32250878]health pack cake! [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/DSC02009.JPG[/t] if i did it again there would be a few things i would do differently, but overall i was pretty happy with the outcome![/QUOTE] What flavour is that?
well i cheated a little, i didn't bake the base cake! mostly because i didn't have the time, nor the equipment or ingredients, so i bought the cake and decorated the rest ingredients: 5 battenberg cakes (or other rectangular cakes, i chose batternberg because the person i was making it for likes it :v:) ready to roll icing icing sugar royal icing sugar red + black food dye (don't buy asda red dye, it's coloured with paprika and you can taste it, and spicy icing tastes really weird) i also bought a cake board because i think it looks nicer than a plate, and they're pretty cheap [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake1.jpg[/t] 1. arrange the cakes on the board. as you can see battenberg worked really well, 4 and half near as damn it perfectly fit together [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake2.jpg[/t] 2. roll out your rolling icing. this takes a bit of practice i think, you have to knead it first, and make sure everything it touches is covered in icing sugar else it'll stick. i rolled mine out on my (freshly cleaned!) counter, but even with lots of icing sugar it still stuck to the counter and it was a bit tricky getting it all off in one piece. once you have it rolled whap it over the cake and push the edges in until it's evenly covered. [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake3.jpg[/t] 3. make up enough red icing (made with the icing sugar) and cover the white icing with the red icing. now this may seem like an unnecessary amount of icing, but you need the rolled icing to give a smooth cover over the cake, and the red icing to give the colour, and this is the best way i could think to do it. ideally you could skip this whole step if you could get red rolling icing, but i've never seen it, and it's very difficult to evenly colour roll icing from a pack. with the red icing it was a lot damper than the rolled icing, and to smooth it out i used my (clean!) fingers, dipped in a cup of water, so there was a bit of standing water left on top of the cake. to try and get rid of this (as if you leave a lot of water on the icing it can crack it and have all sorts of unwanted effects) i put a piece of kitchen roll on it to absorb. then i pressed it down slightly, and noticed it made a kind of cool pattern (kind of like material a first aid kit might be made from), so i actually went around patting the entire cake with this kitchen roll, firstly to dry it but also to apply this little pattern thing. [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake4.jpg[/t] 4. after about 4 hours to let the red icing dry (overnight might have been ideal but i didn't have that much time), i lightly engraved where the details of the cake were going to go. then i made up the royal icing (it's different to normal icing sugar, better for piping/decorations in some cases, like this one) in the right colours (white (no dye), red and black), put them into my DIY piping bags (sandwich bags with a tiny corner snipped off) and decorated the cake. i can't really explain that in much detail, if you're actually interested in it look up some tutorials on royal icing decoration. [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake5.jpg[/t] i also totally muffed up the FIRST AID, so i just covered the whole panel in white icing and then wrote it again on top of the white the following morning [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake6.jpg[/t] ~the end~ [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19936378/cake8.jpg[/t]
[IMG]http://i.cubeupload.com/m9gHBu.png[/IMG] Grilled Mullet of my own recipe. Take flour, salt, pepper, chilli powder, and italian seasoning, mix together, roll fish in it, grill fish, yum.
Just got a waffle maker. Gonna make some delicious Belgian waffles tonight. [img]http://cook-eat-love.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/waffle-2.jpg[/img] U jelly? Yeah u jelly.
Why am I in this thread when we have no food in the house and I'm hungry?
I made French onion soup with burned sherry over the weekend. Simple enough, but tastes awesome. If you haven't tried french onion soup you should. Its the best. I also made a Potato Chowder the next day. And plan to make a Smoked/marinated chicken breast served with wheatberrys and fruit salsa next weekend. It caught my eye in my text book and I figure I'd make it. I never *smoked* anything before, but pan smoking sounds easy enough.
[QUOTE=icemaz;28274489]Mine posts would mainly consist of Weetabix so. But heres some pancakes I made at like 11 last night for the pancake thread. [IMG_thumb]http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x282/icemaz/DSC_7675.jpg[/IMG_thumb][/QUOTE] i hope you dont mind im a nigger and gayy [highlight](User was banned for this post ("racism" - GunFox))[/highlight]
Me and the girlfriend had some friends over for a cookout. I made some garlic chicken breasts. IMO, the grill is the only thing meat should be cooked on. [img]https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/308651_10150450660638238_600673237_11138244_782074363_n.jpg[/img]
God damn you all! There's nothing to eat here, this thread is making me too hungry. TOO HUNGRY.
more danish delicousness! Flæskesteg, brunsovs og kartofler...MMM FLÆSKESVÆRD [img]http://www.danskeslagterier.dk/smmedia/flaeskesteg-nyhed_jpg?mb_GUID=645564BC-C562-4E45-A4E4-886481453036.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.madfar.dk/storage/flskesteg%203.jpg[/img]
did you make that
[QUOTE=smfE;32424442]more danish delicousness! Flæskesteg, brunsovs og kartofler...MMM FLÆSKESVÆRD [img]http://www.danskeslagterier.dk/smmedia/flaeskesteg-nyhed_jpg?mb_GUID=645564BC-C562-4E45-A4E4-886481453036.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.madfar.dk/storage/flskesteg%203.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] That crackling alone has got me dribbling.
Bacon and cheese omelette [IMG]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13290261/omelettedubacon.png[/IMG] w/ a slice of bread and a glass of milk. Didn't have any salad at home or else I would have balanced it out a bit.
[img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5168294/irl%20pictures/DSC00388.JPG[/img] ever since my bro showed me how to make kettlecorn I've been making it all the time
Ham And Broccoli Pie [URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/13/20110923155023.jpg/][IMG]http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/3378/20110923155023.jpg[/IMG][/URL] a pizza i made. theres some onions,Olives,Sun dried tomatoes and Pesto alla genovese and shrimps and other stuff i could find lol =) [URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/15/20110912183228.jpg/][IMG]http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/9381/20110912183228.jpg[/IMG][/URL] and of course Flæskesteg! [URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/11/20110904155255.jpg/][IMG]http://img11.imageshack.us/img11/1844/20110904155255.jpg[/IMG][/URL]
I made raspberry chipotle chicken with wild rice and corn last night for my girlfriend's birthday. Didn't think to get a picture though.
reindeer [img]http://i.imgur.com/73jcj.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=Wingedwizard;32387194]And plan to make a Smoked/marinated chicken breast served with wheatberrys and fruit salsa next weekend. It caught my eye in my text book and I figure I'd make it.[/QUOTE] [img]http://filesmelt.com/dl/Look_at_this_tasty_shit.JPG[/img] Was good.
[QUOTE=Cuel;32472742]reindeer[/QUOTE] what sauce is that? looks like some kind of mayonnaise
pepper sauce by erik lallerstedt [url]http://www.erikssaser.se/saser.html[/url] [img]http://www.erikssaser.se/gfx/peppar.jpg[/img] it's awesome.
[QUOTE=Cuel;32472742]reindeer [img]http://i.imgur.com/73jcj.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Looks good man, I like the use of crinkle cut chips.
malaysian beef and potato yellow curry, in my new slow cooker! the beef [t]http://i.imgur.com/b6fHQl.jpg[/t] browned beef and onions in the pot [t]http://i.imgur.com/fHfRul.jpg[/t] frying the yellow curry paste [t]http://i.imgur.com/1A186l.jpg[/t] curry paste, coconut milk and spices (cinnamon stick, green cardamom, black cardamom, star anise and some cloves) in the cooker [t]http://i.imgur.com/bcv1Ml.jpg[/t] finished! yum [t]http://i.imgur.com/kGPRBl.jpg[/t]
I have yet to try curry, but I prefer making it the first time cause I don't know where to order some out. What's a basic recipe for a simple curry I can eat with white rice?
do you like curries made with coconut? and i don't mean milky, weak curries (like korma, which i can't stand), this one i made has a real bite to it, and it's very easy 1. brown the beef and onions 2. fry the curry paste in a little oil, then once the aromas are being released, add the can of coconut milk 3. add all to pan/slow cooker and leave to simmer (add the spices at this point, but you don't have to add many of them, i just love them all in this curry) for an hour (or 4-5 hours in the slow cooker) 4. chop up a potato and add for the last 1/4 of cooking time 5. boil rice and serve up ~voila~ yellow curry paste can be a bit harder to get hold of though, but i imagine you could do red/green thai curries with chicken and mangetout in a similiar fashion!
[QUOTE=HyoMonkys;32495429]I have yet to try curry, but I prefer making it the first time cause I don't know where to order some out. What's a basic recipe for a simple curry I can eat with white rice?[/QUOTE] I don't know the full recipie but I do know that the base for any good curry is Chilli, Ginger and Garlic. usually for a massala paste. A good indian chef taught me that. [QUOTE=Autumn;32495515]do you like curries made with coconut? and i don't mean milky, weak curries (like korma, which i can't stand), this one i made has a real bite to it, and it's very easy 1. brown the beef and onions 2. fry the curry paste in a little oil, then once the aromas are being released, add the can of coconut milk 3. add all to pan/slow cooker and leave to simmer (add the spices at this point, but you don't have to add many of them, i just love them all in this curry) for an hour (or 4-5 hours in the slow cooker) 4. chop up a potato and add for the last 1/4 of cooking time 5. boil rice and serve up ~voila~ yellow curry paste can be a bit harder to get hold of though, but i imagine you could do red/green thai curries with chicken and mangetout in a similiar fashion![/QUOTE] Correct me if i'm wrong but isnt it mainly Thai curries that use coconut? And i never would have thought of a curry in a slow cooker, I usually make a stew in ours. But you've given me an idea.
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