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Does anyone here cook? What are your go-to dishes? Started by: KellyC on Oct 21, '19 00:41
I hate to cook. So easy way out for me.

Smoked saucage in frying pan, boil some pasta, sprinkle with cheese and then soak it in ketchup.
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A dead body roasted on a flame

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Sounds tasty, Prem. What would you have as your side dish with that?

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Costco, a warehouse store, sells these stuffed peppers I convert into combination burritos by cooking the meat with the peppers, add jalapeno refried beans, with sour cream, cheese, chopped tomatoes and onions.  Topped with green sauce.

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Mm I like to cook a few things. Crock pot lasagna, tator tot casserole, enchiladas... Ok correction don't necessarily like to cook but I can occasionally.
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I can't cook much, but got to love a mean plate full of sunny side up eggs.

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Beef bourguignon - made with at least one bottle of red wine, preferably two <3

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I can make a mean pot of Gumbo.

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coconut shrimp soft tacos with mango and cranberry salsa

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Best dish I can make are Bolognese pasta, so I wouldnt consider myself much of a cook.

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I'm awful at cooking. I make a buffalo chicken wrap that is delicious but its all from frozen stuff that I can microwave and assemble afterwards. 

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Crock pot pulled chicken... add boneless chicken, some bbq sauce, set on low and done by end of work day. 

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Learned to cook ribs and steak at a young age and I’ve grown to prefer it and try to add it in every meal I eat.

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My go-to is a hobo dinner.  You put a hamburger patty in a aluminum foil packet with cream of mushroom, various veggies (i.e. carrots, potatoes, onions, etc), seasoning and then cook it in the oven.

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Dutch Oven cooking.... Chicken Pot pie

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Spaghetti bolognese is hard to get wrong. If you buy a good sauce.

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A quick tuna salad with onions, spices, and chili flakes

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You can't go wrong with a chicken tikka masala.
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Hmm depends on how much effort I want to put in.. Rib Eye cooked on an iron skillet if I am feeling lazy, or reverse seared on the Weber Kettle after indirect cooking. Or if I am really keen then a beef shin chilli extra hot done in the crock pot for 8 hours.

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Thai yellow curry, quick, easy, delicious
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