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jkath 06-30-2005 01:20 AM

Your Cooking Style ... In One Word
If you had to describe your cooking style in
what would that word be?

I'll give you mine when I think of a good one....

luvs 06-30-2005 01:43 AM

snobby, lol.
i have to make things PERFECTLY, and they have to look nice, and i spend wayyyyyyyy too much on expensive, exotic, and imported ingredients. i know my food's good, and i know it looks awesome when i take the time to make it look beautiful.
so snobby it is.:lol: food snob i am!

daisy 06-30-2005 02:18 AM

In one word - HAPHAZARD.

I seldom have a failure, but the planning beforehand leaves a lot to be desired. I seldom know what I'll be cooking until I get to the peckish stage! I hate cooking for one - no kudos!

htc 06-30-2005 02:22 AM


or if you want it to sound nicer, frugal. :lol: I'm always trying to find ways to lower the cost of a dish or use up what I have by subsituting.

Barbara L 06-30-2005 02:52 AM

Homestyle. My mom was such a wonderful cook, and I cook a lot of things the way she did. Whenever something I make turns out just like hers did, I get so excited! lol

:smile: Barbara

ironchef 06-30-2005 03:48 AM

Bold. I love to create dishes that jump out at you, both visually and in flavor. I love to try different flavor combinations and to give people a chance to experience tastes that they've never had before.

TomW 06-30-2005 05:47 AM


My preschoolers don't care what I come up with as it seems they will only eat Banquet Chicken Nuggets.


Lugaru 06-30-2005 06:32 AM


Just kidding. I think I would go with


Im not much for making strong flavors or extremely ritch food, but I usually build my spicing and sauces from the ground up using a lot of little enhancers, for example most of my curry meat dishes will contain a little butter (or ghee) which brings out a strange sweetness in indian curry powder.

cats 06-30-2005 06:32 AM

Inventive. I will often use a fairly basic recipe and add add'l ingredients for greater flavor and style.

texasgirl 06-30-2005 08:39 AM


I love trying new things that noone around me has tried before. I'm the one in the family that everyone is always saying "Wonder what she's bringing this time" ;o) 9 times of 10, everyone loves whatever it is.

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