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1. Posted by IronChef (Full Member, 1075 posts) 31 Jul '05 22:50

Ok, as I am always looking for creative input - I am gonna try and get some world class cuisine going here! And no - chocolate is only going to be served for dessert! And you guys (well, actually, girls) know how you are!

2. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive, 1052 posts) 1 Aug '05 02:51

pat pak ro meet (pet) - stir fried mixed vegetables (spicy hot), Thailand. A large portion, no rise for me.

3. Posted by mim (Travel Guru, 1276 posts) 1 Aug '05 04:37

Pad Thai
or
a lamb roast (rare) with yorkshire puddings and plenty of gravy and roast potatoes (Yummmmy)

4. Posted by Isadora (Moderator, 13924 posts) 1 Aug '05 04:51

Oh Lance...

My favorites and World Class Cuisine will never grace the same sentence. But, you asked - so here goes!! (I have 2 that are equal in favor.)

1) Sauted breaded chicken livers (crunchy coating), hard egg dumplings (both smothered in sauted onions), wilted Swiss chard w/bacon dressing.

2) Kunedle (a hard potato dumpling) and baked side pork (uncured bacon).
The really "bad" part of it all - you pour the rendered fat, from the side pork, all over the dumplings once they are on your plate. )

I treated myself to kunedle 2 years ago for my 50th birthday. Hadn't had it in almost 10 years prior. It was just as good as ever!!!

One that is very good:

Braised lamb shanks in a dark or bock beer. Oooooohhhh - yummy!!!

5. Posted by galka_mak (Full Member, 169 posts) 1 Aug '05 05:00

Fruits! Lot of fruits!!! Most of all I like grapes and sweet cherry... Different salads are my favourites.
Japanese food always make me feel comfortable. Macedonian beams are so tasty... La Paella - ah... And I love turkey and chicken...
And for the dessert - always chocolate -hot chocolate, milk chocolate, chocolate cream, chocolate pies... Oh... Where s my little candy?

6. Posted by Mikey B (Respected Member, 181 posts) 1 Aug '05 06:14

Number one has to be a Sunday roast. Either beef & Yorkshire pudding - a leg of lamb with rosemary - roast pork with crackling and apple sauce. All served with potatoes roasted in goose fat. God i'm starving now!

Next would be (in no order):

Thai green curry
Chilli - the hotter the better
Prawns sauted in butter with garlic and chilli
Bangers'n'mash with red wine and onion gravy and peas
Italian cured meats, some decent bread and a bottle of red wine
Sashimi
Lao style pork laap (minced pork salad) with sticky rice
pizza
Cottage pie
Chinese roast duck

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm Right I must nip across the road to the shop for a bag of crisps. Ah that reminds me, how could I forget - Walkers Cheese and Onion Crisps!!!

7. Posted by tway (Travel Guru, 7274 posts) 1 Aug '05 06:33

Seafood! Give me an easy-to-eat lobster dish or a seafood paella or a chowder anyday!

I also love:

  • salads - the fancy kind with fruit and veggies and cheese and crunchy noodles and yummy vinaigrette
  • Linguine Vongole - I order that in every, single Italian restaurant
  • Anything my grandmother makes. She's a fantastic cook - from cabbage rolls to rice dishes to fish crepes to turkey and gravy to sweet meatballs... mmmm....
  • Breakfast. I LOVE breakfast. I could eat out for breakfast every day.
8. Posted by evakan (Full Member, 188 posts) 1 Aug '05 06:52

Mashed Potatoes with K.C. Masterpiece original barbecue sauce. Yum

9. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru, 8468 posts) 1 Aug '05 07:37

Quoting IronChef

chocolate is only going to be served for dessert!

<scratching Iron OFF my Christmas card list.....hmpft!

10. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member, 1824 posts) 1 Aug '05 09:05

Mornings are good with a bowl of oatmeal or a couple slices of lentil & spelt bread with some almond butter. An apple or bananna always goes well. Although my sister found a recipie for French Toast (no eggs) that is killer... mmmmm

For lunch some avacado on rice cakes, or some barley & vegtable soup.

For dinner some home-made pizza with a whole-grain crust, tomato, onion, spinach, garlic, and peppers. I havn't tried out Isa's pasta noodle recipie but I imagine it will be on my favorites soon.

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