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Old 01-23-2011, 01:57 PM   #1
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Greetings from The Cowboy State! I am a new member, and really new to cooking. My wife and I realized we weren't spending enough time together, so both of us found a common thing we like to do together, cooking. I really have a great time with it, but think I'm a horrible cook. Any help and suggestions I can get along the way would be great. My wife is awesome with it, and I want to be able to equally contribute. Plus, we're looking for some good ideas of meals we can do together. I look forward to hearing from everyone.

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Old 01-23-2011, 02:00 PM   #2
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Greetings from The Cowboy State! I am a new member, and really new to cooking. My wife and I realized we weren't spending enough time together, so both of us found a common thing we like to do together, cooking. I really have a great time with it, but think I'm a horrible cook. Any help and suggestions I can get along the way would be great. My wife is awesome with it, and I want to be able to equally contribute. Plus, we're looking for some good ideas of meals we can do together. I look forward to hearing from everyone.
Welcome to DC! I grew up in Laramie!

Have fun and take a look around, there are great ideas all over! The BBQ gang will be coming by...
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Hi neighbor! I am just a three hour drive away down here in Colorado! I know you will like it here. I am the cheif cook here at my house, but my hubby is really good on the grill! I like it that way when it is cold out! Stick around and you will have lots of great ideas!
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Thanks for the welcome! Laramie is a really town, or at least a lot better than Cheyenne.
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Old 01-23-2011, 03:41 PM   #5
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Hi neighbor! I am just a three hour drive away down here in Colorado! I know you will like it here. I am the cheif cook here at my house, but my hubby is really good on the grill! I like it that way when it is cold out! Stick around and you will have lots of great ideas!
I like to grill outside and cook inside both! I'm just new to it all and kinda suck at it right now. I need all the help and pointers I can get!!
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Old 01-23-2011, 03:47 PM   #6
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Welcome to DC. Jump right in, look around, and ask questions. Lots of knowledgeable people to help you.
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Since you're looking for a togetherness thing, can I recommend making pasta from scratch? As newlyweds my husband and I laughed over almost always successes, but a couple of "oops" as well!
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:11 PM   #9
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Thanks for the warm welcome. I'm sure I'll get tons of ideas on here of things to cook with my wife. We both are big time into "comfort food." I know most of this stuff isn't the politically correct food, but its the food thats somewhat simple to make, and tastes awesome. The kind of food that makes you want to take a nap when you're done eating it. That's when you know you've done good.
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Thanks for the warm welcome. I'm sure I'll get tons of ideas on here of things to cook with my wife. We both are big time into "comfort food." I know most of this stuff isn't the politically correct food, but its the food thats somewhat simple to make, and tastes awesome. The kind of food that makes you want to take a nap when you're done eating it. That's when you know you've done good.
No such thing as politically correct food around here. Any food and food combination that tastes good is perfect.
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