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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Breakfast: My pancakes always come out weird, looks like a Bear's paw.
    The reason why your pancakes burn is because the batter is too thick, so you need to add more fluid and you need to cook it on a non stick pan; flip the pancakes over as soon as you see bubbles on top bursting and you probably have your heat up way too high. Here, let me do this the Te way: In this order.

    1. make sure your batter is not too thick but not too thin and pourable; as you have it now, it seems as though it's too thick.
    2. cook on a nonstick pan.
    3. make sure your pan is not too high and if you do use a nonstick, don't over grease the pan; if you are using a stainless or a cast iron, make sure they are heated and before pouring your solution, spray on an nonstick oil like PAM.
    4. flip them over as soon as the bubbles start to burst.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    The reason why your pancakes burn is because the batter is too thick, so you need to add more fluid and you need to cook it on a non stick pan; flip the pancakes over as soon as you see bubbles on top bursting and you probably have your heat up way too high. Here, let me do this the Te way: In this order.

    1. make sure your batter is not too thick but not too thin and pourable; as you have it now, it seems as though it's too thick.
    2. cook on a nonstick pan.
    3. make sure your pan is not too high and if you do use a nonstick, don't over grease the pan; if you are using a stainless or a cast iron, make sure they are heated and before pouring your solution, spray on an nonstick oil like PAM.
    4. flip them over as soon as the bubbles start to burst.
    Um, I found out it was actually because I didn't use any oil/butter, lol. I felt dumb for that one. So I started using butter and now they come out like regular golden brown pancakes.


    Thank you for the advice though, butter works better for me than PAM or any oils. PAM was used the whole time it wasn't working.
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    “Whether we fall by ambition, blood, or lust, like diamonds we are cut with our own dust.”

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    I know that it's weird and that people love that shit, but i tried a thing of nutella once and didn't care for it. I ended up throwing it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bionicgerbil View Post
    I know that it's weird and that people love that shit, but i tried a thing of nutella once and didn't care for it. I ended up throwing it away.
    I feel the same way about peanut butter. And it isn't weird. You don't have to like what others like.
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    This is my favourite thread ever so far. I wish I had a camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Um, I found out it was actually because I didn't use any oil/butter, lol. I felt dumb for that one. So I started using butter and now they come out like regular golden brown pancakes.


    Thank you for the advice though, butter works better for me than PAM or any oils. PAM was used the whole time it wasn't working.
    I guess both EII and LSE are so oriented towards "fixing" the problem that we can overlook the additions that were not made.
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    I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    The reason why your pancakes burn is because the batter is too thick, so you need to add more fluid and you need to cook it on a non stick pan; flip the pancakes over as soon as you see bubbles on top bursting and you probably have your heat up way too high. Here, let me do this the Te way: In this order.

    1. make sure your batter is not too thick but not too thin and pourable; as you have it now, it seems as though it's too thick.
    2. cook on a nonstick pan.
    3. make sure your pan is not too high and if you do use a nonstick, don't over grease the pan; if you are using a stainless or a cast iron, make sure they are heated and before pouring your solution, spray on an nonstick oil like PAM.
    4. flip them over as soon as the bubbles start to burst.

    Maritsa! Most non-stick pans are horrible for you!! STAINLESS STEEL is the
    ONLY acceptable non-stick pan material! Anything artificial is SUPER bad for you!!
    Please be careful!

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    Homemade fish burgers, haha... nice. I like how you always include fresh vegetables in your meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkster View Post
    I like how you always include fresh vegetables in your meals.
    They're a treat.



    Beef potato asparagus carrot onion pepper tomato soup.

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    lol meals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrangea View Post
    Maritsa! Most non-stick pans are horrible for you!! STAINLESS STEEL is the
    ONLY acceptable non-stick pan material! Anything artificial is SUPER bad for you!!
    Please be careful!
    Non stick isn't bad as long as it doesn't chip and if oil is used during cooking; we can tolerate a lot of the fumes and it's healthy to cook in nonstick because you use less fat. The chipped parts that may be consumed is non digestible and usually comes out the poop.
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    I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE

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    Laf, your sauce to noodle ratio is horrid.

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    Korps, you cook all that yourself? This thread really makes me wish I knew how to cook. My dinners usually consist of peanut butter and jelly or a frozen dinner HA

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129 View Post
    Korps, you cook all that yourself? This thread really makes me wish I knew how to cook. My dinners usually consist of peanut butter and jelly or a frozen dinner HA
    Yup. My old man did most of the cooking when I was growing up and made me his kitchen assistant when I was 6 or 7, peeling or cutting vegetables, rolling eggrolls, mixing dough, stirring dishes on the stove. In my teens and early twenties I cooked professionally, but that's kinda hectic so I'd rather just enjoy it at home. Occasionally I invite 6-10 people over for a dinner party, with the last one featuring koshari and a roasted duck stuffed with apples — friends brought salad fixings and killer pot-butter brownies. Still, I eat my fair share of frozen pizzas, pot pies, and burritos too.

    If you want to begin enjoying satisfying homemade meals without a lot of fuss I recommend getting a copy of The Joy of Cooking. It's full of great information and is fun to just flip through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekpyrosos View Post
    If you want to begin enjoying satisfying homemade meals without a lot of fuss I recommend getting a copy of The Joy of Cooking. It's full of great information and is fun to just flip through.
    We have a copy of that lying around the house. We primarily use it for cookies and pies, but we consult it all the time.

    Mom also picked up four tomes-worth of Cook's Illustrated "Best Recipes" books a while back. Everything we've made from there so far has been very good, from sauteed string beans to Korean fried chicken. Plus the instructions they give are idiot-proof, so anybody with basic knowledge of how knives and stoves work can make anything in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    We have a copy of that lying around the house. We primarily use it for cookies and pies, but we consult it all the time.
    I usually improvise dishes and don't have any cookbooks, but I keep meaning to get a copy of that one. I found good instructions in a friend's copy on things like cooking perfect pork chops and cutting up chickens, and I definitely need to learn some proven sauce and gravy methods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    I want to go to Korp's house for dinner. Seriously.
    Yeah, me too!
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    I eat at restaurants for nearly every meal. It seems to cost the same as eating in. I do not understand why people cook. It is too expensive to go to the grocery store. All you do is throw it in the trash.

    Restaurants are easier.

    I often eat at gas stations. They are normally cheap and pretty good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saberstorm View Post
    I eat at restaurants for nearly every meal. It seems to cost the same as eating in. I do not understand why people cook. It is too expensive to go to the grocery store. All you do is throw it in the trash.

    Restaurants are easier.

    I often eat at gas stations. They are normally cheap and pretty good too.
    Some people like to cook, others choose specific products, doesn't trust food quality in restaurant or cook food for more than one dinner and so on
    Anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkcanary View Post
    http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/7043/002sdl.jpg
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    This is becoming an odd habit.

    I am alone and lazy tonight.


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    This was taken a few months ago but it's still relevant


    Chicken Katsu, rice, halfway-shredded cabbage, homemade tonkatsu sauce, green tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrangea View Post
    Maritsa! Most non-stick pans are horrible for you!! STAINLESS STEEL is the
    ONLY acceptable non-stick pan material! Anything artificial is SUPER bad for you!!
    Please be careful!
    I think you meant cast iron.

    Stainless steel isn't non-stick, it's non-reactive.

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    Chicken Nanban. Ignore the spots of burned rice plz

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    marinara and melted provolone on fresh french

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    I had chicken fingers with honey mustard dipping sauce today. No pics unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Director Abbie View Post
    I had a Greek pizza a couple days ago.


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    me and mY roommate made bagels for breakfast todaY.



    salmon cream cheese on the top bagel. chive cream cheese on bottom. tomato slices in the middle and some garlic powder. it was dank

    edit: on a toasted whole wheat bagel (:
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