Favorite Thing To Cook?

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  1. RetiredAccount
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    Duck is one of my favorites, def underrated. I think people are hesitant to try it because it's not a normal slaughter animal, but it's one of the most delicious meats out there.
     
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    Most of what I cook is latin american, caribbean, or asian-inspired food (though I do love a burger too for something easy).

    Teriyaki, jerk chicken with plantains, chorizo breakfast tacos, al pastor, phad thai are among the things I most often cook. Or just a big batch of mystery fried rice using all the bits of vegetables that are about to go bad.
     
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    d--- I'm not Gordon Ramsey but even I see that the color and presentation is great.
     
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    That was when I worked at a five star seafood place in a tourist town. It was fun but super stressful when half the battle is plating.
    After that I got a more lowkey gig at a country club where I made more stuff like my BFB burger and only had to be classy for big events.
     
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  5. 1999
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    f----- up in the crib cooking daffy
     
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    Oh and jambalaya is one of my go-tos but I haven't made that in a minute. I wanna get into cooking more Mediterranean food. I've tried my hand at greek and moroccan food a few times but I need more practice.
     
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    Tzatziki is nightmare fuel. I did a gyro special once, and it's something that is easy to make passable, but super hard to make perfect - and the gyro lives or dies on it.
    Kebabs are fun and easy. I love making Spanakopita, as well. Always wanted to make my own Yemista but never got around to it either.
     
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    @Grim Thoughts on lamb?
     
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    tasty asf! I'm big into the "slightly off kilter" meats - things that are pretty common to eat worldwide but not as common in american cuisine.
     
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    @Grim respect for making outstanding dishes and also f--- you, I'm at work and I'm hungry now :emoji_cry:
     
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    Totally agree! I always wonder why lamb never really took off in America. Seems like the healthier alternative to beef and pork that people always talk about wanting. Gator is pretty good too.
     
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    Never realise we had a potential Michelin-star chef in the house! Great stuff @Grim!
     
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    Chicken w rice

    Mostly w fresh ingredients; mushrooms, vegetables, sauce, chicken of course. Love to make it and obviously to eat it. Also love to experiment w it , like trying different ingredients every time.

    Trying new things is a thing in general though. When I have time
     
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    Probably chilli con carne
     
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