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    Default Cookery Competition! Submit your best recipies! $50 Amazon Gift Certificate!

    Hey chefs!

    I've decided instead of spending money on groceries this month I would start a Cookery competition!

    Do you have an old family recipe that's been passed down through the generations? Are you the village chef of a small community hidden deep in the Italian mountains? Do you make the best Jam in the whole of Northern Hemisphere? Are you famous chef from Ratatouille Gusteau's rightful prodigy?! ARE YOU?!!!!!

    Then submit your recipes here!! Explain each step of the recipe with photos and annotations, or even a YouTube video of you cooking it! And WIN the following prizes:




    1st Place: $50USD Amazon Gift certificate!! (£30GBP/€30EUR or whatever the exchange rate)

    2nd Place: A jolly good pat on the back

    3rd Place: A meagre smile





    Rules & Info:

    • It must be delicious and can be either sweet or savoury
    • Include your own photos and annotations with your recipe
    • Please only use ImageBam or ImageShack to host your images (Forum rules)
    • Competition will close on Tuesday 11th March (2 Weeks!)
    • Winner will be the one with most 'thanks/likes'
    • Please vote multiple times - If you see something you think looks delicious then give it a thank!
    • Don't copy/paste recipes!! >_>
    • It doesn't have to be your own recipe, but you have to cook it like you mean it!




    So what are you waiting for!!? Rattle those pots and pans! Fire up the stove! Dust off that little scrap of paper with an old recipe that your Great Great Grandmother wrote down in 1902!

    Let's get cooking!!!


    How to embed images into your post:
    1. Go to ImageBam.com
    2. Upload your photos
    3. Select 'Family safe'
    4. Change thumbnail options to 350x350 (Make sure that you have 'keep aspect ratio' selected.)
    5. Hit 'Upload now'
    6. On the page that comes up next you can copy the 'BB Code' for each image
    7. Paste the BB codes into your post, and when you click submit your images will be embedded in your post!
    Last edited by LaFemmeFatale; February 25th, 2014 at 12:54 PM.
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    Ouuu looks fun!! I wish I can cook! Best of luck to those who are competing. I'll certainly subscribe to this thread and give away my vote to the best looking dish ^_^
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    Awww, I'm with nanosounds, I wish I could cook! Sad that there haven't been any yummy entries yet though ... Hopefully over the weekend?
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    Mtguy8787's Potato Salad

    Recipe (around 20 servings)

    - 7 lbs of potatoes
    - 1 quart of regular mayo
    - 3 Tablespoons of mustard
    - 1 medium onion
    - 8 large stalks of celery
    - 20 eggs
    - 1.5 teaspoons of salt
    - 1 teaspoon of black pepper
    - 2 teaspoons of garlic powder
    - 2-3 teaspoons of smoked paprika (regular will work, but smoked is better)
    - 3 Tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar

    The Vinegar, Onions, and Paprika make it a lot different from most potato salad recipes. A lot of recipes don't have eggs, either.



    7 lbs of potatoes - Russet and Red



    Hard boiling 20 eggs. Bring Pot To Rolling Boil. Let Boil For 60 Seconds. Turn Heat Off, and Let Stand For 8-10 Minutes. Then Peel.



    Potatoes Peeled And On The Stove. Bring To A Boil, and Simmer/Low Boil For 30 Minutes, Or Until You Can Stick A Fork Through It With Little Resistance. If you pre-cut the potatoes, cook for about 18 minutes.


    Celery And Onion


    Cut Celery Length-Wise Into Thin Strips. Chop Into Small Pieces.


    Chop Onions Into Small Pieces. I Had To Do This One In Stages. The Eyes!


    Peeling Eggs. The Most Annoying Part Of The Process. To Efficiently Peel, Drain Some Of The Hot Water, Add Cold Water Until Water It Hot, But Touchable. Crack Each Egg Once On The Side, And Once On The End. Let Soak In Hot Water. Peel Some Shell Off, and Pull Off Some Of The Film/Layer Between Shell And Meat. If You Peel The Shell & Film Off While Still Warm, It Will Be Much Easier.



    Add Quart Of Mayo To Mixing Bowl. Add Spices.


    Add Smoked Paprika.


    And Apple Cider Vinegar. A Dash Of Balsamic Vinegar As Well Can Be a Nice Touch To Try. I Didn't Have Any, Though.


    Add Celery And Raw, Chopped Onions


    Mix It All Up


    Add Chopped Eggs And Mix In


    Drain Potatoes As Soon As Done. Let Cool Down While Doing Other Things. Chop Into Small Cube-ish Chunks. As You Chop A Few Potatoes, Mix Them Into The Bowl, Rather Than Chopping All At Once, and Trying To Mix It All Up At Once.


    Finished Product


    Finished Product Up Close



    Chill For A Few Hours And Enjoy!

    Last edited by mtguy8787; March 9th, 2014 at 07:05 PM.
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    Hmmmmmmmmm. There should have been one condition - the winner will have to invite me to taste the dish. We can't tell if the dish is yummy or not just by looking at it.


    [ἓν οἶδα ὅτι] οὐδὲν οἶδα - Socrates
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    Oh ya, I got so distracted eating mine, I forgot to post it!

    https://www.dropbox.com/sc/ilp3sbk74cz6uvh/-ZdfVaui0K

    So this is my own Stuffed Peppers recipe. I chose this because it's healthy, has lots of interchangeable ingredients, and delicious!

    Ingredients:
    Bell peppers (or pepper of your choice) (if you choose a hotter pepper, adding sweet corn can be great for balancing out the heat)
    Ground beef (ground sausage can be added or used instead also)
    Rice (any will do, long grain white is simple and easy)
    Onion (white has a better flavor profile than yellow, purple/red/green can be used to balance hotter peppers)
    Mushrooms (I used button tops, but pick your favorite)
    Tomato sauce (marinara works too)
    Ranch Style beans (pinto beans with a kick, but any thick hearty bean works fine)
    Garlic
    Cheese (I like harvarti for this, but again, pick what you like - I used a shredded blend of classic Italian cheeses for this one)

    * Removing one or more of the items from the recipe doesn't ruin it, so if you don't like mushrooms, for instance, no biggie.

    Pictures:
    1 - Preparation!
    2 - My little helper :)
    3 - My daughter presenting chopped onions and mushrooms, and peppers cleaned out with their tops removed
    4 - Closeup of pic 3
    5 - Put the peppers in room temp water (hot water will cause the skin to peel) and bring to a boil, ground beef searing, boil rice, and saute onions, mushrooms, and garlic in some EVOO
    6 - Add tomato sauce, beans, and ground beef to the pan with the onions, mushrooms, and garlic
    7 - Add rice and continue reduction on low heat until the mixture has thickened
    8 - Slice zucchini for a side dish
    9 - Pepper "stuffing" properly thickened
    10 - Zucchini preparation: mix corn meal, salt and pepper
    11 - Peppers being drained (cook them to the point that their color darkens, but they still retain their shape)
    12 - Zucchini soaking in egg whites, to help bind the corn meal mixture to the zucchini
    13 - Zucchini fried in cast iron skillet of vegetable oil
    14 - Fill peppers with "stuffing"
    15 - Flip the zucchini when they are a light golden brown on their bottom side
    16 - Cover peppers with cheese (you can put cheese on the bottom of the peppers and in between scoops as well if you really like your cheese)
    17 - Zucchini being drained and ready to serve
    18 - Put the stuffed peppers in the oven on low to medium heat long enough to melt the cheese
    19 - Prepare for a mouthful of awesome!

    Hope you all enjoy, cheers! ;)
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    I can't seem to click thanks for outdoor30's delicious looking stuffed peppers, so going to post here to show my support!
    Edit: Nevermind. It showed up once I posted here.

    Now I can't seem to click thanks for Coal so here's a vote for his "original recipe" but only because of his turtles and mentioning poopderp in his recipe!
    Edit: Nevermind, silly browser ...
    Last edited by leftovers; March 11th, 2014 at 09:54 AM.
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    Default Coal's Too Cool For School Cornflakes and Milk Recipe



    Coal's Cornflakes and Milk Recipe!!!1


    You will need:
    A box of cornflakes. Preferably Kellogg's, because they're the best and you can pretty much get them anywhere! Go Kellogg's or go home! I will be using Nestle cornflakes. *
    A cereal bowl. Alternatively, if, like me, you couldn't find a bowl, use some random metal plate thing that you found somewhere, it works just as good, and noone is watching.
    A bottle of chocolate milk. Apparently it's possible to use other types of milk, such as banana. YMMV.
    A spoon. Use your favourite kind. It's all about the mouthfeel.
    A kitchen worktop. If, like me, your kitchen is always full of chinese guys cooking very smelly foods and you feel intimidated, then feel free to use your pube-coated desk as an alternative.
    A toy stuffed turtle. The turtle is essential. I cannot stress this enough.

    WARNING: ATTEMPTING THIS RECIPE WITHOUT A TURTLE IS NOT ADVISED. DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK. I WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURY WHICH OCCURS TO YOU OR ANYONE IN THE VICINITY, INCLUDING NOT LIMITED TO SUDDEN LOSS OF LIMBS, EXPLOSIVE DIARRHOEA, OR DEATH. BY READING THIS SENTENCE YOU ACCEPT THESE TERMS UNCONDITIONALLY AND AGREE TO SEND ME $50 VIA PAYPAL AT THE NEXT CONVENIENT MOMENT.
    Here's a picture of everything you'll need, for those of you fools that can't read (rhyming like a boss):



    Okay Coal, I have the shit, what now?
    Step 1. Pour the 'flakes into the bowl or plate or whatever. Don't pour too many or too few, you have to get this just right. Make sure the turtle is watching so he can do it for you next time.



    Step 2. Pour on the milk. Again, getting the right amount is paramount. Too soggy or not soggy enough and you'll have to throw the whole thing out of the window and start again. Make sure you have full coverage, you don't want any dry flakes.



    Step 3. Eat them! Use the spoon. Don't take too long or they'll turn to mush, like the contents of @Poopderp 's rectum.





    Step 4. All done!



    Step 5. Don't forget to wash up! Oh, so that's where my bowl got to...




    * I am not officially affiliated with Kellogg's. They may, however, be paying me money.
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    COAL'S IS THE BEST, FOR REAL!!!
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    Okay I would have loved to post something exotic but my phone has been down does not charges and the charger has not arrived.


    Bizcocho tres leches which would translate to three milk cake

    Ingredients

    1. Box Cake mix I suggest Betty Crocker Yellow Cake mix the moist variety
    2. 12 oz can of Carnation Evaporated milk (do not use any generic brand)
    3. 14 oz can Goya Coconut Milk (again no generic)
    4. 12 0z can condensed sweeten milk Eagle Brand
    5. Tub Sliced Strawberries (do not buy the bag)
    6. 1 Tub of whip cream
    7. 3 eggs for cake
    8. 1/4 cup of oil

    First take the cake mix and follow the directions on the box on how to make the cake. Once the cake is done that you can stick a toothpick into the cake and it comes out dry remove from oven and set aside. Take your 3 milks place in a pot and warm up stir until the milk is smooth no clumps. While your milk is warming up turn back to your cake and carefully remove all the edges of the cake and skim off the top layer of the cake the golden brown part so that you see the inside of the cake. Once you have done this take the milk that you have warm up and pour over your cake. Wait until the cake has cool and spread cool whip over the cake and add strawberries place in refrigerator until cool (about 4 Hours). Sliced into Pieces and enjoy

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