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    The Cooking Thread

    I'm trying to improve my very limited cooking skills. Does anyone know of any good websites for meal suggestions, etc?

    What "easy" meals does everyone like to make? Easy being the very important word

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    I'm trying to improve my very limited cooking skills. Does anyone know of any good websites for meal suggestions, etc?

    What "easy" meals does everyone like to make? Easy being the very important word
    Sausage sangas or 2 minute noodles?

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    My culinary skills are pretty average, but meals like bangers and mash alwaus go down pretty well,
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    Pasta meals. Easiest thing going.
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    2 minute noodles -looking for things a little more advanced than that to cry. I did specify actual cooking

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    Generally any meal with sausages is pretty easy, whether you try bangers and mash or the whole fry up with egg and chips. Both pretty easy and tasty.

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    What's the best way to make mash? There's so many different ways isn't there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Pasta meals. Easiest thing going.
    Pasta meals are great yeah, and that's about what my cooking is limited to right now.

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    James should bring up my old cooking thread that i started up and attach this one along, lots of handy recipes in that.. I consider myself to be a good cook, but very lazy to get past phase 1 which requires either cleaning vegetables, taking things out of the freezer or chopping vegetables etc etc etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    2 minute noodles -looking for things a little more advanced than that to cry. I did specify actual cooking
    To cry?
    Well the Irish did it on St Patrick's day

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    I did a search actually prior to submitting this thread but couldn't find anything. You mind finding it mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andmark View Post
    To cry?
    try

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    What's the best way to make mash? There's so many different ways isn't there.
    Just peel some spuds, cut them in half so they are a decent size and boil them up. When they're done, put in some butter and milk and then mash 'em up good. If you want to get really fancy, chuck a few bits of onions in there too

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    Do you mean cooking in the kitchen or barbecue recipes?
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    Get a decent Indian recipe book. Curries are so easy to make and are obviously delicious.

    The same can be said for fajitas for that matter

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