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    I can do a lot of things with just rice and egg

    like egg fried rice
    boiled egg and rice
    scrambled egg and rice
    omurice
    half rice half packet noodles and egg on top

    today i went all out and did mixed fried rice + ham + seaweed then top it off with egg + sriracha chili sauce + fish sauce and then squirted on some ketchup, it was ok 6/10
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    I can put boiling water into a Pot Noodle, does that count?
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    popcorns :yes:
    does that count???
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    Eggs thats about it
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    Various types of traditional soup and broth
    I can make homemade bread
    Italian baked eggs and omelette (Frittata)
    Muffins (several recipes)
    Pancakes (both types)
    Cakes
    Brownies
    Semolina pudding
    Mum called me queen of cookies.
    Pizza from scratch*
    Best meatballs on the planet- flatmate
    Best mash in the universe- self-proclaimed. I just love my mash the most.
    Dad called me the queen of aesthetic salads
    Nailed gammon this Christmas :smug:
    Stew
    Risotto
    Various types of Spaghetti*
    Queen of Chicken Caesar salads- various people, unanimous verdict
    Schnitzel
    Stir fry
    ... dunno, many more, getting bored of thinking :yawn:


    *need to not bring dishonour to my Italian ancestors :giggle:
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    I can cook most things but usually I'm really lazy to do so, so I just microwave food and pour water into noodles omg :cry:
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    I'd say most things, like i dont understand how cooking is really like difficult, maybe its not chef level but like if i feel like it i just google a guide and just follow it step by step, most things have tasted decent.
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    I can cook everything so long as I follow a cookbook
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    Various types of traditional soup and broth
    I can make homemade bread
    Italian baked eggs and omelette (Frittata)
    Muffins (several recipes)
    Pancakes (both types)
    Cakes
    Brownies
    Semolina pudding
    Mum called me queen of cookies.
    Pizza from scratch*
    Best meatballs on the planet- flatmate
    Best mash in the universe- self-proclaimed. I just love my mash the most.
    Dad called me the queen of aesthetic salads
    Nailed gammon this Christmas :smug:
    Stew
    Risotto
    Various types of Spaghetti*
    Queen of Chicken Caesar salads- various people, unanimous verdict
    Schnitzel
    Stir fry
    ... dunno, many more, getting bored of thinking :yawn:


    *need to not bring dishonour to my Italian ancestors :giggle:
    You're future hubby will be proud :lol: I mean he'd wait all day just to get back home from work thinking "I wonder what my wife cooked today" :rofl: Impressive :yy:

    (Original post by ihatePE)
    I can do a lot of things with just rice and egg

    like egg fried rice
    boiled egg and rice
    scrambled egg and rice
    omurice
    half rice half packet noodles and egg on top

    today i went all out and did mixed fried rice + ham + seaweed then top it off with egg + sriracha chili sauce + fish sauce and then squirted on some ketchup, it was ok 6/10
    That's a lot of things with eggs. I can hardly cook anything but does helping my mum and sisters in the kitchen count? :cute:
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    I have to cook 4 nights a week so quite a lot of things. But at uni I'll probably just be eating pasta, eggs and rice because I'm lazy. Cooking isn't hard, and even if you don't know how to make something there's tons of recipes online.
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    literally nothing...

    does toast count? :rofl:
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    I can cook and bake a lot of stuff. I remember the times in school when my teacher was so shocked that I could make stuff like curry and meatballs from scratch.

    I don't really cook much now just because I don't have time to
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    i cn cook:
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    lmao no i cnt, i hate tht ****.



    cnt cook for ****




    srry future husband..
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    (Original post by LaMandarine)
    Various types of traditional soup and broth
    I can make homemade bread
    Italian baked eggs and omelette (Frittata)
    Muffins (several recipes)
    Pancakes (both types)
    Cakes
    Brownies
    Semolina pudding
    Mum called me queen of cookies.
    Pizza from scratch*
    Best meatballs on the planet- flatmate
    Best mash in the universe- self-proclaimed. I just love my mash the most.
    Dad called me the queen of aesthetic salads
    Nailed gammon this Christmas :smug:
    Stew
    Risotto
    Various types of Spaghetti*
    Queen of Chicken Caesar salads- various people, unanimous verdict
    Schnitzel
    Stir fry
    ... dunno, many more, getting bored of thinking :yawn:


    *need to not bring dishonour to my Italian ancestors :giggle:
    THAT IS SO SICK!
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    (Original post by Zuki)
    I can cook most things but usually I'm really lazy to do so, so I just microwave food and pour water into noodles omg :cry:
    im good at putting fish fingers in the oven
 
 
 
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