TCG Cookbook

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The Italian

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Anyone be interested in a TCG cookbook? Gather our favorite recipes over the course of a month or so and then get them printed?

Just a thought...
 

tinfoilhat

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Just make PDF. That way people can print if they want or just save it.
 

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Go fuck yourself










just kidding. love this
 

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Something like this would probably motivate me to cook. Trying out foods you all recommend and shit.
 

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There could be a section of what to order at fast food places. Like custom sandwiches
 

Flyn

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I have put several of my recipes in the Food forum. You can copy/paste them or I can repost.

I think the .pdf idea is a good one. I don't have the room to store yet another cookbook.

Great idea!
 

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Wife is gone duck breast

I took my favorite SS pan, heated it up to the point the pan was starting to smoke.

I scored the skin side of the breast to help heat and melt the fat.

Flopped the breasts in the pan and waited for the skin to brown real nice.

Then I crushed two cloves of garlic and tossed them in the pan. Then came, rose merry, tyme, sage and a little salt and pepper.

Flipped the breasts over and added about a cup of balsamic. I let everything cook together. Once the breasts were about done med/rare. I took a 1/4 cup of honey and poored it on top of the breasts. Flipped one more time and pulled them off.

Let the breast rest while I stirred and mixed all the liquid and spices in the pan.

Cut the breasts and drizzled over. And a little side salad. Damn good eating.



 

The Italian

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I have put several of my recipes in the Food forum. You can copy/paste them or I can repost.

I think the .pdf idea is a good one. I don't have the room to store yet another cookbook.

Great idea!
I'll find them and get them added.
 

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