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Does anyone here cook? What are your go-to dishes? Started by: KellyC on Oct 21, '19 00:41

Ohhh.. homemade chicken fettuccine alfredo is bomb too. Who's making it for me? 

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I have a few dishes that could be considered "go-to" but the main one, my favourite, is nachos or a nacho bowl using "Spicy Buffalo Wings" flavoured Doritos.

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Wouldn't say I have 'go-to' type of dishes. Certainly got my favourites, like homemade lasagne, Nandos like chicken, Kormas etc. Recently, due to the lockdown, I have been doing more random things and the kids been getting involved in learning. There is an upside here due to the added time! So been teaching my sons (ages 9 and 8) how to cook! (Safely of course).

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A easy go to that can also impress is risotto .I prefer it cause you can switch up the risotto in many ways and take it any direction you want mushroom,shrimp,chicken. Takes a little finesse but will be delicious at the end. 

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I make a mean bolognese, thats my go to

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 Normally leg of lamb cooked in rosemary and garlic

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Cooking, yall think yall know about cooking?

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Meatloaf with cheese inside, buttered green beans and cheddar cheese mashed potatoes!
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I make a very good sloppy joe from scratch.
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Anything in a wrap - requires no skill, tastes good
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I'm the only cook in the house...but can't do Yorkshire puddings to they have to be the frozen ones...
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aaahh cooking, depends on how lazy i am, and also to which country i recently been on holidays or not, often i try to cook in that style

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I’m just all around lazy when it comes to cooking. But I can make a mean ass burger
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Steak drenched in Irish whiskey with mac n beer cheese, and a large glass of whiskey.

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I don't like to cook, but I know how to cook carbonara.

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I can make awesome steak. Also really good chicken parmesan
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Might be a new staple, but made a delicious pea risotto last night

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I only cool microwave food
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Grilling is an easy out.  Burgers, chicken, sausage for proteins, then throw on some corn on the cob, grilled onions, then a can of baked beans and you have the easiest meal ever!

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mac and cheese mostly maybe some spagetti as vvell

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