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Lil_Gueto
#1 Sep 22 2017 01:17am
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Looking to expand my dining horizons.

I'm gonna download Action Bronson's book 'Fuck That's Delicious, an Annotated Guide to Eating Well' when it comes out because he cooks some gooooooood stuff.


I see there's a few chefs here. Any favourites you guys have?

Open to stuff like Curtis Stone's, and Jaimie Oliver's quick (<30 min), cheap recipe's too
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#2 Sep 22 2017 11:49am
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instant ramen, I can normally fix up a cheap delicious and healthy meal within 10 minutes. just add egg and spinach when you're almost done
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#3 Sep 22 2017 04:46pm
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Quote (cjlove90 @ Sep 22 2017 12:49pm)
instant ramen, I can normally fix up a cheap delicious and healthy meal within 10 minutes. just add egg and spinach when you're almost done


I love instant noodles sometimes but i wouldnt call deep fried noodles with about 80% of ur supposed sodium daily intake healthy, even if u throw spinach inside lol
Santara
#4 Sep 22 2017 05:30pm
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I can recommend 2 books. The Joy of Cooking, and Meathead, the Science of Great Grilling.
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#5 Sep 23 2017 12:42am
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Quote (Santara @ Sep 22 2017 03:30pm)
I can recommend 2 books. The Joy of Cooking, and Meathead, the Science of Great Grilling.



both books are edible
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#6 Sep 23 2017 05:40am
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Quote (cjlove90 @ Sep 23 2017 01:42am)
both books are edible


Not only are the books chocked full of recipes, but also the lessons in understanding "how" to cook.
Lil_Gueto
#7 Sep 26 2017 01:10am
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Quote (Santara @ Sep 23 2017 09:30am)
I can recommend 2 books. The Joy of Cooking, and Meathead, the Science of Great Grilling.


TY gonna look those up


anyone else?
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#8 Sep 26 2017 07:17pm
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Anything Jamie Oliver sucks. He's not a true chef. Sure he's a good cook but that's about it. There's a reason why there are no Michelin stars to his name.
Lil_Gueto
#9 Sep 26 2017 07:46pm
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Quote (cjlove90 @ Sep 27 2017 11:17am)
Anything Jamie Oliver sucks. He's not a true chef. Sure he's a good cook but that's about it. There's a reason why there are no Michelin stars to his name.


Why is he not a true chef?


Also, anybody / books / recipes you can recommend?
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#10 Sep 26 2017 07:48pm
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Quote (Lil_Gueto @ Sep 26 2017 05:46pm)
Why is he not a true chef?


Also, anybody / books / recipes you can recommend?



He doesn't have creativity and the dishes that he does put a spin on are utterly wrong.
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