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Creative Cooking

This is a space for you to post your ideas for creative things to do with food. They can be exotic or everyday goodies. You may also feel free to ask questions about the craft of cooking here. Food is ART!

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Latest Activity: Oct 26, 2014

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Comment by Maryrose Orlans on December 3, 2012 at 12:23am

I enjoy cooking and baking!  It's not fancy, but fun, creative, and yummy!! I hope to share soon! :-) 

Comment by wiffledust on December 2, 2012 at 6:21pm

good to have a baker here, jillian. i hate the taste of boxed mixes, but i didn't grow up baking as much as cooking. glad you're here!

Comment by Jillian Marino on December 2, 2012 at 6:08pm

Hi All,

I wa so glad to hear g, about this group as cooking, more specifically baking is my thing. So.....I made some eggnog and brandy cupcakes for a cake decorating class I am taking. The cupcakes came out a bit dense, more like a pound cake. So, left with a double batch of them and not wanting to throw them away I decided to make a bread pudding out of them. I'll send a pic as soon as I make it which should be tonight.

Comment by wiffledust on December 2, 2012 at 3:08pm

this group is for folks who want to just learn or ask questions or to share. all is good. cooking is a wonderful way of using colors and smells and textures to express your creativity! baking tends to need exact measurements, but throwing things in a pot often yields the best regular food, kristin!

Comment by Kristin deWitt on December 2, 2012 at 3:06pm

I'll look forward to other people's hints and suggestions as I'm truly not a natural cook.  Recipes are mostly how I roll!  But I have noticed lately that I'm starting to just throw things in a pot and see what happens.  :)

Comment by wiffledust on December 2, 2012 at 3:03pm

welcome, kristin and jillian! i can only take so much of fb telling me what i should and shouldn't see! thanks for joining!

Comment by wiffledust on December 2, 2012 at 2:59pm

i'm going to start off with one of the simplest things, but something that my grandmother born in italy used to do all the time. she always had tomato sauce on the stove. so you need to start with that. but you can use any type of sauce you like...homemade, jarred, canned, whatever. make sure you have a nice olive oil and garlic base. then poach some eggs right in the sauce instead of in water. put a little basil on the top, and you have the quickest most delicious nutricious quick meal you ever ate. put it on some lovely italian or french bread toast! ta da!


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