Ten years of learning how to cook (September 22, 2013, 8) - A few of my friends want to learn more about cooking, going beyond eating out or occasionally making a bowl of pasta at home. It’s a welcome change, and I’m looking forward to more and more people making that shift.
For some people, it seems a point of pride to not know how to cook: they’re
Hooray for people who know how to cook! (May 24, 2006, 0) - How to not burn pancakes, from Mom:
use a teflon pan. heat pan. put very very little oil on the pan. pour batter. turn down heat so pancake (first bottomside) will brown evenly. When pancake (topside) starts to bubble, watch and flip pancake as soon as bubbles have burst and batter looks dry. pancake is cooked
Awwww, he finally found out (February 11, 2004, 0) -
viking667 yesterday I was very impressed w/ sachac
*** Your new nickname is sachAway
he is a smart dude
I didnt expect to see smart people from .ph
I have to admit that.
houd1ni: mrmm? What did he say?
now I changed my mind.
ah nothing in particular
oh - she, sorry.
Cook or Die (November 23, 2005, 0) - The dearth of recent CookOrDie posts doesn’t mean I’ve figured out how
to cook consistently well. Rather, it means that I just haven’t been
blogging much. <sheepish grin> Diane reminded me that some
people find my narrow escapes from food poisoning actually _amusing._
Sickos. ;b Well, that’s not what she said, but I’ll take the hind.
I have so far