Your favorit food to cook when impressing a chick?

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  1. jaxadam

    jaxadam SS.org Regular

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    ^ Really?

    You're lightyears ahead of me, and I thought I was good!

    Your presentation is definitely key.
     
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    Are you sure it was the food.:lol:
    Sorry but you set that one up perfect.
     
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    saffron shrimp SS.org Regular

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    Thanks man, Im sure im not light years ahead of you, its different cause I have been cooking professionally for many years.


    I agree, you definatley know what your doing :yesway:

    I try to stay away from a 4 course though, cause then the girl will want to take a nap.

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  4. Shawn

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    I like sauteing vegetables with beef like stir-frys but I also like cooking simple stuff like burgers too. :yesway:
     
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    B Lopez Vescere bracis meis.

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    What is that? It looks really tasty! :yum:
     
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    I have to admit the idea is not mine......thank Alton Brown. :lol:

    Oh....and the bit about the shellfish...classic! :rofl:

    :rofl:

    @ Saffron Shrimp: Holy Shit dude...you need your own show. :yesway: Tasty looking stuff. :yum:
     
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    thanks man, its a loin of veal and inside is cured but not smoked bacon, watercress, maine lobster tail and black truffles. The veg is morel mushrooms and french beans. The sauce is a mixture of shallots, herbs, red wine, veal stock which is reduced then strained and finsihed with chopped black truffles and butter.

    @Bigm55 - thanks =)
     
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  9. Universalis

    Universalis Defying gravity.

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    If you're able to find Italian stuff over there (wherever you guys are), just let me know and I'll post here a superb menu that I use sometimes to impress ladies.

    Rate of success: 70% - guaranteed.
     
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    Tex Mex Smoky BBQ chicken Quesadillas (this one works :) heehee)
    Tex Mex custom marinaded steaks with cajun taters
    Crab stuffed Mushroom caps
    Home made pizza on the BBQ
     
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    I'm always up for new recipes, and Boston's North End is a veritable treasure trove for italian produce. :yesway:
     
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    I usually go with the 8 shots of rum and then for desert I get some head. maybe some doritos too.
     
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    Roast duck with a mango salsa.
    :)
     
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    Probably Thai curry, although it's been a while since I've cooked for a girl.
     
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    I make fettucine alfredo with chicken broiled in a garlic butter sauce, homemade bread, and tiramisu for a desert.

    Looks impressive as hell when making it, too.
     
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    I don't think its what you cook, it's HOW you cook it :). With confidence, flair, prestige, speed, control, and style :D... Well, its gotta taste good, that's for sure.
     
  17. Shawn

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    Lately, i've been enjoying cooking burgers. It works out well after a cookout, I can bring them to work and heat 'em up and eat 'em. :yum:
     
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    One of my favorites is one of many Japanese dishes. Making sushi and sashimi is very impressive if you know the cuts and can give it great presentation. Also there are many things like broiled fishes, noodle dishes like udon or even golden curry. It all depends on who you are making food for though. If I dont make Japanese food I will most likely make a french meal. French food isnt that hard to make its just alot of different components you have to make usually. I will type up some french and japanese dish recipes and post them here.
     
  19. Shawn

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    Ahh..my mother is always eating that stuff, she's 100% Japanese. My father is French/Canadian and he loves Japanese food too. They eat it alot. :agreed:
     
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    Food from shop :):):)

    I am nothing on a kitchen (but my wife is everything) :)
     

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