From time to time selfmade food from myself.
Often with a direction by the price and sometimes with a needed time to make it.
Not presented professional and the pictures are made with a weak camera but i hope sometimes you feel the mouth orgasms that a part of the food made or at least you are hungry and cook then for your family or yourself :o)

I have the permission from https://www.steamgifts.com/user/jatan11t to use exactly this title.
Very late jatan but i don't had forgotten it :-D

At least in germany are the most all my fem. friends and girlfriends women love it when you are able to cook good.

Let's start with the last one. More food are at the comments :o)


Wagyu Beef burger with black forest bacon, cheese and salad.
I can recommend Wagyu beef mine is not from Japan - Kobe, it is from australia, its really worth the 5,50€ for 2 patties.
All together the burger costed me around 3,50€/each. At McDonalds you pay here over 5€ for a "better" burger and it is from a much lower quality then the self made. You need around 10 Min. to make them.
Don't look at the chaos around the plate, i paint at the last days in my flat~

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I just want to show you that ass-pear what I noticed moment ago and I'm sad cause I get hungry when saw all these delicious things. It's NSFW thread. 🙀

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A wild thing ;-D

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6 eggs
some ham ect.
1 onion
salt / black pepper
water I not use oil I waiting water to boil off
and crispy bread

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Lasagne

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Give me moar food! :D

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Fried Chicken I made yesterday.

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1) marinated (Sweet Baby Ray's, catalina, and beer 😁), boneless, thick-cut pork chops (grilled over mesquite), cilantro-lime coleslaw, and cheesy-buttery biscuits. My mother-in-law brought a cheesy potato casserole that she made, which was quite good as well.

2) grilled New York strip steak with roasted asparagus. I paired this with black grapes, which of course I didn't make. 😅

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those look absoluetly delicious :D
Can I come by to eat?

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Always. I love to cook. I make custom cocktails, too. 😃

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Sounds lovely, but I guess we have an entire ocean between us considering I'm from Germany. Might be a bit too far just for a dinner XD

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Well, wait like a month to six weeks and then just come visit SE Texas. It's beautiful during late September through October. Pleasantly warm and breezy (unlike August, which is basically like living on the sun :D)...and the Tex-Mex and BBQ here in the Houston area is often considered the best in the country. We know how to have a good time here. Just sayin'. 😁

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How hot is living on the sun? XD
And I believe you about the amazing BBQ. Have seen enough TV shows etc about it. ..

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Ribeye, roasted brussels sprouts, biscuits, and raspberries/blackberries with whipped cream

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1) sauteed spinach, bacon, and strawberries
2) rosemary, oregano, and peppercorn-encrusted chicken breast
3) Paired with Maredsous...always a good choice :)

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Boneless, thick-cut pork loin (thyme and rosemary seasoning), crescent rolls, and seasonal salad

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Perfection!

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Thanks! :)

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1) Hand-breaded tilapia (I use a mix of corn bread muffin mix and old bay seasoning) and crinkle-cut fries make for a non-traditional fish-n-chips 😋
2) slow-grilled (in a Big Green Egg over oak charcoal) BBQ pork ribs with pan-roasted green beans and fresh-cut pineapple (and a side of homemade spicy BBQ sauce)
3) beef shoulder roast cooked with celery and leeks
4) roast sliced and served with vegetables (that were slow-cooked in the roast pan, which was filled "a jus" [a secret recipe]) and white sweet corn-on-the-cob
5) mixed-grill medallion skewers (rib-eye, chicken, and pork rib) with onions and poblanos

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It is a good idea to write about cuisine, thanks.

In your different recipe, you write about cheese and that's it. Can you be more informative about it.
As you probably know it, we have in France enough cheese to eat a different one every day of the year... so, writing cheese is like writing meat or vegetable without telling which one.

Anyway, continue like that... it gives some idea about what to cook! ;)

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Cheese without a special name are in 99% of the cases "Gouda" :o)

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1) Bantha milk cocktail :D :D :D
(found this online and my inner nerd just HAD to try it out)
2) Blue coconut margarita

(what is with me and the blue drinks? :D)

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Nothing as fancy as we had in this thread the last couple of days, just average dinner XD

breaded pork chops with apple rings

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unfortunately, I don't have a camera/mobile to contribute 😳

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Nice comments are appreciated as contribution too :o)

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YUMMM! to all 🤤

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I just ate, I'm hungry again. Thank you.

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some gigantic cordon bleu with golden discs, i know this looks crap among other beautiful dishes around here, but if you are fan of cheese i think you would like taste of it

(also i think magic is in parts not many people consider to be that important like batter on chicken itself, but i try to make every part taste delicious)
and here is some zoom in on that cheesy goodness inside juicy chicken

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I never heard before from gordon blue and it looks tasty :o)

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Sorry completely misspelled the name- cordon bleu, but this one is really not like original recipe anyway :)

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Ahh, thats a very big difference in that case^^.
Cordon bleu is very common here in germany :o)

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i know this looks crap among other beautiful dishes around here

Hey you used Bokeh effect using DSLR or HDR camera, so you did your best to make it pretty

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Thank you i tried :) i used "defocusing" (no idea how to translate it) with "love" colors and HDR on phone, sorry my photography skills are also crap xD

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It looks delicious!!!! :D

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Thank you :)

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Broccoli, carrot and chicken linguine with yoghurt and cream sauce/coating.

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Looks very good and tasty :o)

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I can assure you, it is. :)

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😋

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Ooooo...this looks nice

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You made me hungry, time to cook.
Guten appetit :)

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Target fullfilled :o)
Guten Appetit

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1) I think that starfruit are pretty sexy, as far as food goes. I served up some slices with dinner the other night and used the rest with some strawberries, papaya, and concentrated orange juice to make some badass smoothies
2) olive oil/herb/basil grilled chicken, pomegranate sesame salad, roasted brussels sprouts (olive oil, sea salt, pepper, oregano), and crescent roll (that one's by Pillsbury...I'm not much of a baker :D)
3) big-ass ribeye, medium rare, encrusted with black pepper, sea salt, and other seasonings; cheesy potatoes; sunflower crunch salad

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1) Never tasted it
2) looks tasty
3) Too much ribeye for my taste but look good

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3) You should see the porterhouse steaks that I'm going to make this week. They make this ribeye look small. 😁🤣🤣🤣

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My dad would love such big steaks...
but i am not my dad :-D

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1) I never had a starfruit that didn't make me feel like I had just licked a lemon for a couple hours. Not sure why I never found a ripe one. Strawberry and papaya, on the other hand: yes please.
2)That plate of chicken looks real nice. Roasted Brussels Sprouts FTW!
3)That's also a lot of red meat for me but it looks awesome. Not sure what a sunflower crunch salad is but it sure looks tasty.

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Yeah, you have to wait for starfruit to be completely yellow. There can be some slight green tinge on the very edge of the ribs, but that's it. It's actually better if the edges of the ribs are starting to turn brown -- then you know that it's fully ripe, and it will be very sweet. They're like an apple, some grapes, and an orange had a baby. :)

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Yeah it's always an issue getting ripe exotic fruits here. Especially the kind that looks worse when they are ripe. Like passion fruits. They still dont get that the more ragged it looks, the sweeter it is, so you only see the plump ones in market and they are terribly sour and astringent. But thankfully they ripen well at home. Starfruit don't.

I'll try to get some when I go to Portugal next. They have awesome fruit on markets.

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If you put them in a paper bag like bananas, they will ripen faster and you can make it happen at home. That was a tip from a Filipino friend of mine (one place where this fruit is native).

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Cool. I use that for avocados. Didn't know it'd work for Starfruits.

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Giouvetsi

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Revive


Selfmade Pizza and Salad

Costs nearly nothing, can be done with nearly anything, don't need much work and fits at all days :o)

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People seem to want food pics :

Beetroot tart with feta cheese, honey sour cream and lamb's lettuce with apple and walnuts with a honey mustard dressing

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Looks very good and would hit my taste.
Special right now ... because i am now very hungry.

So give me a moment to search for food in the kitchen :-D
Sonst nage ich die Tapete von der Wand^^

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😅 You remind me that I am hungry too
But there is so much other stuff to do first 😑

Ich hoffe du bist fündig geworden. Nagespuren in der Tapete sind nicht so hübsch 😜

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Good that i reminded you^^.
It give nothing that is more important as to eat when the half day is over and you haven't done it before.

Ja, weils schnell gehen mußte habe ich zu Bami Goreng aus der Tiefkühle gegriffen. Bauch mit leckerem Essen voll = Masa glücklich -Ich klinge wie wenn man mich rollen könnte, dabei bin ich ein Strich in der Landschaft :-D-

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Cmon sam, make an instagram already

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That looks amazing 😍
I knew apple goes great with walnuts but I don't think I've tried it in a salad yet.
Although I have started sprinkeling them with walnut chunks lately.

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It should be a slightly sour apple, which adds a bit of freshness. If it is too sweet it can overpower the salad in my experience. And apple and walnuts are a great combo.

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I never see Boskop in supermarkets where I live (I should go to farmers markets more often) but Granny Smith should probably also do the trick, right?

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Yeah Granny Smith is okay. Though I personally favour Boskop, but that is just my own taste and maybe having grown up with a Boskop tree in the backyard ;)

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👍🌞👌

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Here is lunch of today:

Spicy halloumi (in harissa oil) on tabbouleh with mint yogurt

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Ich kenne davon Harisa und Mint Yoghurt, der Rest wäre Neuland für mich. Sieht sehr lecker aus.

Und ich war grad auf dem Weg zur Küche.... jetzt mir mehr Kohldampf als davor :-D

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Halloumi ist ein Käse, der wenn du ihn brätst fest bleibt, und Tabbouleh ist ein Bulgursalat mit Tomaten, Petersilie, Frühlingsziebeln

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Danke für die Info.

Käse ist, grundsätzlich, schwierig für mich, da ich vor wenigen Wochen rausgefunden habe das ich keine Laktose, mehr, vertrage :o( (und das als Käsefan....).
Nach vielen Informationen wälzen bleibt mir daher noch Ziegenkäse und jeder Käse der 4 Mon. als Laib gereift ist.

Von daher danke mit dem Halloumi Tip, der könnte in Frage kommen und würde mir, eventuell, den Mozzarella ersetzen ;o)

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And today's lunch:

Hazelnut chicken nuggets with celery mash and oven carrots and a yoghurt sauce

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