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Cooking Thread


New Member
I'm new to this forum and saw this thread. Thought I would put something in that I've made, doubt its new. So here's my simple "recipe" for grilled lemon chicken, and I mean really simple.

6 boneless chiken breasts
1 large bottle of lemon juice
lemon pepper(McCormick)
coarse black pepper

Put 6 breasts on some wax paper and lightly coat both sides of the chicken with your lemon pepper, black pepper, and your salt. Now place your chicken in a good sized sealable container like a glad bowl or a gallon ziploc bag. Poor in your lemon juice till it covers ur chicken completely. Add a couple of gentle shakes of salt, black pepper, and lemon pepper before sealing the container. Once closed give the container a couple of good shakes. Place in your fridge for about a day before grilling.

I hope someone tries this to see how they like it. Like I said though, simple.


She do a blep
This one is kind of a hit and miss, I feel. It probably would have been better if I used all of the listed ingredients, but I had to leave out the sour cream and cheese due to my dairy allergy. Plus red onions are all right, but I tend to pick them out.

Best part really is it's a one-dish meal, and a non-stick skillet means little mess. If you're cooking for yourself I'll put the single-serving measurements in ( ) for you. When I finished I had plenty for dinner with enough extras to take to work the next day.

BBQ Chicken Pasta

You need:
  • 1 Tablespoon of olive oil
  • 2 chicken breasts cut into bite sized chunks (I used only 1)
  • 1 red onion, diced
  • 3 cups water (I used 1 1/2 cups)
  • 2 1/2 cups chicken broth (I used less than that; those little broth base cups by Knorr works great for this)
  • 1/2 TSP of salt (to keep the pasta from sticking)
  • 12-13 oz penne pasta (use 6 oz for a single serving, maybe a hair more if you're really hungry)
  • 2/3 cup BBQ sauce (I used 1/3)
  • 1/3 cup sour cream
  • 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
  • 1/2 cup sharp Cheddar cheese

You do:
  • In a large skillet or pot, heat the olive oil over medium heat. When hot add the chicken and cook until no longer pink. Add diced red onion and cook until the onion is tender. Remove the chicken and onions to a plate.
  • In the same skillet or pot add the water, salt, pasta and chicken broth. Bring to a boil and simmer for 12-15 minutes. The mixture should be thick and syrupy, the liquid almost absorbed, and the pasta tender.
  • Stir in the barbecue sauce and sour cream. Once mixed, add in the chicken, onions, and shredded cheeses. Stir to combine and cook until everything is heated through.


Posing school graduate
I need to go food shopping and pick up some ingredients so I can start making stuff at home, I feel lucky to have a library near my house with a ton of awesome cookbooks ^^
I made stuffed peppers with minced beef for my parents one weekend. When I put the peppers in the oven to cook, I used the left over mince to make a few burgers. It was mainly experimental because I was just waiting, but I molded them into three burgers, rolled them in garlic powder, parsley and basil. Filled a jug up with boiling water with a stock cube, then poured it into a frying pan, frying the burgers into the stock.

I fried them for about 10-15 minutes and just placed them on some kitchen roll to cool down. I don't want to blow my own horn, but they tasted very nice. If I had a picture I would post it. When I make them again I will sure to do it.
im still learning to really cook alot. but i do love making stir fried rice, its simple and easy and tastes delicious! <3 add in some rice, chopped up green onion, some eggs and bits of ham or shrimp and yummy! X3!


Posing school graduate
I'm starting to cook more from home, and making sure I eat healthier so I'm buying more fruits and vegetables. One thing I'm trying to make more of in addition to salads, are rice bowls with meat and veggies in them. I have more than enough sauces and seasonings to cook with, I've already made pan cooked chicken with some Korean BBQ sauce (Spicy apple and korean pear, I think) with sliced and cooked zucchini and squash. Came out freaking awesome, definitely going to be trying some things out.


I finally got to make some Chinese food. Mhmmm, sweet and sour pork

also, you guys have some amazing dishes, I jelly =D

Car Fox

Formally "Torsion Beam"
I made a wrap out of well-whipped scrambled eggs, beans, and diced potatos. It was pretty good. I'm currently working on different variations.

Alicia Dargon

Keep calm and Keri kata
I mostly cook Thai food and variations with my own spin, but what can I do, I love the stuff and I am surrounded by Asian markets xD

Tomorrow I will be making some Massaman Curry. I guess I will have to upload pictures then when I get on it.

My girl wif da recipes!


Robot in disguise
I recently made my own birthday cake in May. It was essentially a giant chocolate peanut butter cup. Just one piece and I felt really full. XD


Degenerate Psychonaut
I wish I was better at cooking. I like to cook, I'm just not great at it...

My favorite food to make is anything Japanese.


Hare Boi
Been working on some new foods. Among them, reverse-seared potatoes served on a bed of brown rice; attempting to make flan for the first time; and my favorite cream cheese mints!


Hare Boi
A turkey roasted in olive oil, gunpowder seasoning, Italian seasoning, and salt then encrusted with black lava salt served with brown rice and some tomato bruschetta on French bread. :3

That was my dinner.


Kisses for everyone!
Helloooo it's been a while!

Since I moved I've gotten my own little porch garden. Got two tomato plants, a cucumber plant that's already gotten me a HUGE cucumber, lettuce plants and herbs (basil, rosemary, oregano).

Holy crap the tomato plants have changed my LIFE. Been making homemade roasted tomato sauce with garlic all the time. Tonight I picked a bunch, cut up some zucchini and mushrooms and coated them in olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. Serving that alongside roasted garlic potatoes and some cast-iron fried steaks. Cucumber Salad with fresh basil will be ready for tomorrow.

My life is so hectic these days with being away from home 12 hours a day five days a week, but my days off spent like this are just perfect <3


Lazy Artist
I just made cake cookies. :DThe flour and sugar was hiding and I wanted snickerdoodles, so I swapped out the flour and stuff for cake mix and added the cookie's ingredients (eggs, vanilla, butter, cinnamon, and nutmeg). For the stuff to sprinkle on the cookies, I used allspice (no more cinnamon) and nutmeg. Baked them at 350º F for 5-10 mins (or until dark golden brown around edges of base). They came out interesting and rich in flavor. They are also pretty fragile so you need to be careful when handling.


I just made the best drink of my amateur mixing career. It smells amazing.

- 1 tsp Brown Sugar
- Cinnamon
- Vanilla
- Small slice of butter
- Hot water
- 2 shots of rum.

I'm already turn't up off this shit.


Hare Boi
I made...something. I was intending to create a recipe for no-egg sugar cookies.

I used:
-Baking Soda

The cookies were good but extremely fragile! I ended up rolling donuts in them.


Hare Boi
Mmm... made BBQ sauce. A prototype recipe that I'm going to refine, package, and sell.

Ketchup based, with apple cider vinegar, liquid smoke, brown sugar, and bourbon whiskey among other things! It's a sweet sauce and it'll make your mouth water after tasting it!