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  • #759697
    Itzik_s
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    BS”D

    No shame to men cooking.

    I do – it’s just like building a shelf except you’re working with flour and water and fruits and meat instead of wood and screws and paint. And the result is better tasting and more useful than an extra shelf.

    And of course I fry everything in WD-40 since I have so much of it around anyway. No calories, no cholesterol, no trans fats…

    #759700
    mdlevine
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    I enjoy cooking (and for those who have read my other cooking posts: No, I do not put jalapeno peppers in everything I cook). I find it relaxing.

    I do not like baking. anything that has to have precise measurments – count me out.

    #759701
    Itzik_s
    Member

    BS”D

    There is more leeway in baking cake than you think. I just take any cake recipe and improvise from there – if I add more liquid (canned fruit, rum, liqueur etc) I add more flour etc. Never successfully made bread or challah though.

    #759702
    asdfghjkl
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    yashrus20:way 2 go man!!! you made us all proud!!

    #759703
    Bais Yaakov maydel
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    what about my last post? did it get approved or youre just a little tired today? 🙂

    I was too busy responding to all the “where is my post” questions to be able to read and approve the real posts :o) YW Moderator-72

    #759704
    nauseas
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    Shindy-my sister married a boy who likes to cook, and she was very excited about that. PS 3 months later, she would rather he just stay out of the kitchen. His clean-up skills were alot to be desired, and every woman knows that it’s not worth him cooking if he leaves a tornado behind!

    #759705
    shindy
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    Nauseas- Well, at least he will be able to cook in case of emergency, chas v’shalom. Personally, I like cleaning better than cooking! One cooks and the other cleans, perfect shidduch.

    #759706
    yashrus20
    Member

    Nauseas-“boy who likes to cook”, but he didnt know how. BH i will! so nothing to worry about.:) Anything to be a ood catch lol jkjk

    #759708
    ywnmember
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    Here is my version of Givperf’s pineapple kugel.

    I get two kugels from the recipe.

    It tastes and looks just like a cheesecake. Yum!

    I have the exact same ingredients, but I drain and blend the pineapple for a better texture. The batter I pour into 2 ready round pie crusts and when it’s baked I top them with Cherry pie filling which is really optional.

    Enjoy!

    #759709
    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    im looking for my a potato kugel recipe my wife needs from the spice and spirit cookbook asap

    any help please

    #759710
    smartcookie
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    I’m looking for a potato kugel with pieces of beef inside. I hear it’s delic. Anyone has an exact recipe?

    #759711

    smartcookie-

    You can find a recipe we like posted here:

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/flanken-kugel#post-192794

    It and similar recipes are also sometimes called “Pesach Cholent” for obvious (non-kitniyos) reasons.

    #759712
    smartcookie
    Member

    ICOT- thank you very much. I remembered this discussion going on once but I had no idea where it was. I would like to try this recipe, looks great.

    #759713

    smartcookie-

    You’re very welcome – it’s my pleasure.

    Hope it’s something you and your family like.

    Just a FYI – the “Pesach cholent” recipes usually have it cooked in a pot or crock pot, the kugel varieties, such as this recipe, will use an oven and baking pan.

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