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Old 11-19-2009, 10:39 PM   #1
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Among many of my hobbies is a passion for cooking. This thread will be for all home cooks to share recipes, and other aspects of good food.

Remember, the kitchen is the second manliest room in your house, it has fire, and sharp knives.

Here is a little bit of my work. This was made from scratch, and it's good! Recipe will follow later.



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i think this is called a frittata, either way they are awesome

2 whole eggs
3 egg whites
1 can of spinach
pinch of salt
pinch of pepper
garlic (add to taste)
non stick cooking spray

Step 1
mix eggs and seasoning in a bowl, make sure you break the yolks into it

Step 2
spray pan down with cooking spray

Step 3
drain spinach, and then put in pan

Step 4
put the heat to high and wait for spinach to sizzle, then lower it to medium heat

Step 5
add egg mixture to pan

Step 6
stir until finished

Step 7
get water and fork, lets eat
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:47 PM   #3
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Among many of my hobbies is a passion for cooking. This thread will be for all home cooks to share recipes, and other aspects of good food.

Remember, the kitchen is the second manliest room in your house, it has fire, and sharp knives.

Here is a little bit of my work. This was made from scratch, and it's good! Recipe will follow later.


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i think this is called a frittata, either way they are awesome

2 whole eggs
3 egg whites
1 can of spinach
pinch of salt
pinch of pepper
garlic (add to taste)
non stick cooking spray

Step 1
mix eggs and seasoning in a bowl, make sure you break the yolks into it

Step 2
spray pan down with cooking spray

Step 3
drain spinach, and then put in pan

Step 4
put the heat to high and wait for spinach to sizzle, then lower it to medium heat

Step 5
add egg mixture to pan

Step 6
stir until finished

Step 7
get water and fork, lets eat
how do you make this minus the spinach? is there any reason the spinach is in it?

i have no clue about cooking, but i keep hearing about that fritata pizza or whatever. it sounds and looks good.
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Good thread GL. I'll post a recipe or two when I wake up.
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I had seriously considered getting my "chef's license" or whatever the eff they get.

Think about it....

A personal trainer, certified dietician, with a chef's title. That just screams trainer for athletes/celebs/rich people.

I need to get some more of my recipe's on video.
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I need to get some more of my recipe's on video.
Creative people usually do well in the kitchen. My wife can stare at the bare shelves and panic.

Me, I pull an Iron Chef and whip up a tasty meal. I'm sure you're the same way.
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Pretty much. Didn't hurt that I started cooking at a restaraunt at age 14.

Now, it's not so much that I don't enjoy it, it's just time consuming when you have to prepare 3 tons of food for the week. Now I keep it plain and basic.

I'll cook something fancy from time to time just to keep the "skills" active....and for when a lovely lady wants to come over.

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