I Want to Know Your Favorite Dish

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    Decisions, Decisions

    Spaghetti carbonara. Yes. That's it. Ambrosia. Um, wait. Mexican chocolate spice cake with coconut. To die for. My husband's fettucini with hot sausage and arugula and cherry tomatoes. Spinach Provencale. Chicken Kiev. Chinese mandarin steak. Chicken salad in a soft-fried...
    mamapolo mamapolo
    56-60, F
    3 Responses Sep 20, 2008

    I Can Dish It Out...but I Can't Choose It

    I would start it off but I can't choose just one. I am an excellent cook...so tell me...if I were cooking for you what dish would you have me prepare?
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    19 Responses Sep 16, 2008

    DISH As In Singular?!

      Well, like a few others here, I think, it would be impossible for me to choose just one.      I might as easily try to choose a favorite flower in my mum's garden: today the hosta is just ambrosia for the eyes, but tomorrow the bleeding hearts...
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    1 Response Sep 20, 2008

    Not Sure, But I Have A New One That's Up There.

    Some of you know I've recently decided to adopt a vegetarian diet. I soon intend to become strictly vegan, but haven't gotten quite that far yet. So right now, I am vegetarian and trying new vegan recipes. One of my favorites out of the new recipes is basically spaghetti, but...
    ladyzantorian ladyzantorian
    18-21, F
    Jan 31, 2012


    My favorite dish a casserole dish, LOL.  I use it to make my memorable lasagna.
    Aristartle Aristartle
    46-50, F
    Sep 18, 2008

    I Have a Bunch!!!!

     OK, the list begins with: ~Mofongo: -It's a Dominican dish made of mashed plantain w/ garlic and and soup and/or meat/chiken. It's my favorite like forever, unfortuately there's no restaurant (Dominican that is) that make this delicious dish close to home. =( ~Lasagna...
    andreinac13 andreinac13
    22-25, F
    1 Response Oct 3, 2008

    Currently My Favorite Dish?

    It would have to be a tie between mapo tofu and falafel. Let's start with falafel. It's a Middle Eastern gem meant to be eaten as street vendor food (similar in the way you'd go to NYC and buy from one of their many food trucks). The basic ingredients for falafel vary from...
    PeachCobbler09 PeachCobbler09
    18-21, F
    May 3, 2012
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