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Nice work dude, REALLY doesn't look like a simple snack...but that looks superb once again. Solid presentation. You can cook .

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i broke down and ordered pizza today for dinner.

last time i ordered pizza was nearly 6 months ago. damn its good.
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Nice work dude, REALLY doesn't look like a simple snack...but that looks superb once again. Solid presentation. You can cook .
And I'm nowhere the cook my husband is, he's a frustrated chef

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Something simple, yet aromatic and therapeutic. Good to have when we feel bloated or when we're not feeling 100%. Relatively healthy and nutritious too -- something we all need to consider when we're puttin' stuff into our bodies.

Tofu & Mushroom Miso Soup.
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Generally Miso (which can be either in the form of powder or paste) is particularly salty, and that's why you don't need to add extra salt when using Miso (eg. if it's used for marinades, or for soups such as this one). But aside from that, there's a range of health benefits -- lots of protein, vitamins, minerals and all amino acids.

You can also add more veggies such as carrots, cilantro, brussel sprouts (aka. Filo V's favourite shit), etc, to the soup which is my suggestion to make it more of a meal .

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Another thing I made last weekend


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Arkulari's dish looks delicious .

The Miso soup also looks nice, I like the taste . Though not a big fan of tofu.

Going to prepare some chicken fillet's with some mushroom sauce later tonight .

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Warning: I finally found a place that carries the exact kind of shrimp I like so I'm making paella this weekend.

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Now I personally think, this is the soup of the Gods (for me anyway). I had this as one of many starters in a banquet where we celebrated the birth of my nephew .

Shark Fin Soup.


Something that holds dear to my heart. An absolute treat. I know it's quite cruel on the sharks (but I guess you can call it "payback" for them eating our poor surfers ). It's an ancient delicacy, probably been around for over 100 years. There are a wide range of different recipes to this soup, but I love the thickened one with lots of shark (sometimes some crab as well), and some vermicelli noodles though it. Hell of an expensive dish, but it's worth a go -- just not too often.

For each bowl, I think it's best served by drizzling a bit of red-wine (or balsamic) vinegar (usually the Chinese Red Vinegar is used, but any "red coloured" vinegar is fine IMO) and a generous sprinkling of white pepper -- it's amazing how the flavours unify together with this combination. Otherwise, I also find it works well with Tabasco as well (if you want that bit of extra kick to it).

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And as promised...





The pot ended up completely empty, my kids were using their spoons to dig the last part

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Very lively looking Paella. Nice . I'm glad your kids enjoy your cooking . Whatever was there on the table, I would have been right at home .

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The pot ended up completely empty, my kids were using their spoons to dig the last part
very good cook

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Old Sport, maybe I can do you some with just chicken and pork or something

And today I made a few easy pintxos with salmon, cheese, mushrooms, nuts




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Damn nice. I want to try one .

What cheese is that? Camembert...Brie?

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It doesn't taste as good with mature cheeses, so you can use some fresh cheese, mozarella, etc

You need something light because the mushroom/salmon flavor is pretty strong, to balance it otherwise the flavors would get too heavy.

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