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I'm a cook anyway, but at home I really like to make slow cooked items because I'm lazy and tired of cooking and prepping all the time.

Some of my best homestyle dishes are chili, gumbo, country style pork ribs, chinese hangover porridge, and I love to scramble or fry eggs with every/anything.

Been making sushi for the last 10 years and I already have posted some of that.

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I have done instant noodles, cup noodles and buttered some rolls. I have never even boiled an egg.
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You made Schnitzel and Spätzle? German heritage?
Nope Finnish, I just love ALL things from that part of the world!

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Dang man, put it in the freezer! Make a big bunch of whatever, pack it away in reasonably-sized containers, and then you have instant homemade dinners whenever you don't want to cook!
+1 I'm usually cooking for one or two, but will make a big pot of whatever and then store it. I usually make a couple beef rib racks, then freeze the extras to take to Fernie. A few minutes on the grill to crisp them up and they're good to go!

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Been making sushi for the last 10 years and I already have posted some of that.
That's one thing I really have got to get into making. It actually doesn't seem that hard, but it's massively expensive to eat out.

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I have done instant noodles, cup noodles and buttered some rolls. I have never even boiled an egg.
Gotta start somewhere! My parents were good cooks when I was growing up, then I became a stoner and none of my friends cooked, so I became the stoner cook. Once I got off the pot I retained the cook in me I guess!
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I love to roll homemade Lumpia. I'm a totally white dude, but I make a mean traditional Filipino Lumpia. I also love to bake......anything. If it's sweet and you can bake it, then I'm in. Probably why I went from 180 to 195 during the fall. Lol! As for the BBQ, well, if you can cook it, I can grill it. My friends will invite me over to BBQ simply because they know that I will run the grill. I can't stand watching others BBQ. I need to either be no where near the grill or in charge of it. So if one of my buddies is actually running the grill, I'm off somewhere at the party getting hammered so that I can eat the food they cook.

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My specialty is a delicious chicken parm. I like to crush up frosted corn flakes, mix in the normal spices, bread crumbs and grated parm for the breading, it adds a nice little sweetness to it.

Than I pan fry each piece about 2 mins per side or just until it's nice and golden. After each piece is fried to a delicious golden brown on both sides I lay them in a baking pan that I lightly coated the bottom of with marinara or whatever your sauce of choice is. Add a little more sauce to the top then I layer fresh mozz down on top of each piece. I personally go a little over board on this step but I also really like mozzarella.

After that I just bake it at 350 till the mozz starts to bubble and gets a golden crisp to it. usually by this time the chicken is thoroughly cooked but you can check with a thermometer if you aren't sure.

Other then that I also consider myself a master baker. Cookies, banana bread and avalanche bark are what I bake the most.


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I also probably made the most amazing thanksgiving dinner ever this year (bacon was mandatory in every dish). We filmed the whole thing and The Angry Snowboarder even showed up and partaked in our thanks and givings.

I keep bugging my room mate to finish the edit but I think he want's to wait till the end of the year and do a whole season re cap of our thanksgiving/christmas dinners along with all of our shenanigans.


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I love to roll homemade Lumpia. I'm a totally white dude, but I make a mean traditional Filipino Lumpia.
Somewhere between being a kid and now i went from rolling them to buying them. Rolling them was always a family get together thing. The oily deep fry splatter is something I don't miss. I'll roll spam in rice with seaweed aka spam musubi
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I love to roll homemade Lumpia. I'm a totally white dude, but I make a mean traditional Filipino Lumpia.
This is pretty unique not many people get this - how'd you get exposed?

(I grew up in Manila)

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how about a few recipies? i could use a couple new ones.
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This is pretty unique not many people get this - how'd you get exposed?

(I grew up in Manila)
One of my best childhood friend's mom was straight off of the island. She showed me a few things. She had to, otherwise she spent to much time trying to beat me while I was sneaking off with her lumpias. Then in high school I made friend's with a girl whose mom was straight off of the island and owned her own Filipino restaraunt in my town. She helped me master my recipe. Now my family and friends want me to make them all the time, but I only know how to make them in Filipino portions, so if they aren't chipping in on the cost, then they can get bent. LoL!

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