Discussion in 'Food Discussion and Recipes' started by MsInterpret, Jan 17, 2013.
What's your favorite food(s)/dishes you like to eat?
I'm the stereotype:
Fried chicken, potato salad, watermelon, gumbo, red beans and rice, green salad and pizza.
I have lots of favs....
Smothered fried chicken in maple gravy (my special recipe)
Neckbone and Cabbage
Chicken Enchiladas (my recipe)
3 Cheese Mac & Cheese
Crab or Chicken Alfredo
Red Beans & Rice
Ham Hock and Collard Greens
I can eat this everyday..
Korean Miso Fish Soup
thats deep.good read.i guess u can say thats spiritual lfood. yes we all need that, for man cant live on bread alone. but what about the fish that feed a multitude and still do feed a multiude of gods people,yet most us of are hungry for the wrong things in life, we eat the lies from the greatiest story ever told, which is that the rich get the meat and we get spoils of what we plant and harvest.most of us gonna starve to death anyway when they close the grocery stores, thats why god say fast and fest on his word and not the sins of your flesh.so i say the word is more tasteful to those who recieve there last supper.feed tha needy and keep my fried chicken from the greedy.just save me a wing or something...lol.. peace
can i chop that recipe up into a poetic meal and serve u at the table im willing to prepare for the blessin? surely i love to cook real food,as well as food for thought that will fulfill the mind body and soul..ill let u know when dinner is ready..lol..have a bless one.
Green peas and rice
Baked chicken/lamb, fried or boiled fish
Cooked vegetables, squash, beans, plantain and salad with French dressing
Steamed pudding (made from grated sweet potato) or baked sweet potato
Pistolettes......I'm hungry now lol.
2. Liberian Food (I only ate it for a time and it left an impression)
3. Gourmet Italian.
4. Baby-backs. If there's a family gathering - even if it's Christmas - someone will be cue'in. We don't eat regular ribs. They must be 'baby-backs'. I sometimes broil mine in the oven because I don't know how to bar-b-cue. That's how my mother always cooks them. They're just as good.
5. Mexican food. It's so fattening but it's so good.
6. 'Wild' meat....and pork anything. Po'k ribs, po'k loins, po'k roast, pulled po'k, po'k chops....
If I wasn't meant to eat it, God and Darwin wouldn't have made it so delicious.
7. Juicy fruits. Grapes, cantelope, watermelon...anything high water content. I kind of like ripe bananas, too.
8. Anything...over rice.
I once got into a heated debate with my mother about the quality of rice that she buys not mention how she overcooks it. I'm over here trying to eat my baked tilapia over rice. I pulled some of the water off the pot and she told me to stop 'piddlin' in the pots' and to 'leave that water alone'.
She just buys any old kind of rice, throws water in the pot and lets the rice get all soggy and sticky with this white web-like mess all over the pot. "It doesn't matter how long you cook it...."
"Mother...yes - it does." Rice CAN be overcooked.
I wasn't criticizing her cooking. *laugh*
I'm just sayin' --
Cooked rice should be firm and fluffy with each kernel separating (with ease) when spooned with a fork. http://www.***************/albums/basic/thumb_smileyvault-goodgrief.gif
I prefer 'parboiled' rice, too.
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