Pinoy Cuisine that you'll surely love, toast and
11/28 at 2:16
Anyone down to cook some dinner together one
night?? Hmu. Mile High Native here.
4/30 at 20:22
Looking for younger on Long Island NY
5/21 at 11:33
5/6 at 15:41
im a pastry chef love to make the sweets
4/22 at 13:31
im a brill chef me if anyone wants to try it ill
cook you can set the table :)
4/19 at 21:29
i love to cook. one time i made a julia child
recipe. omg it was sooo good but damn i lost the
3/15 at 14:58
love to cook... would love to meet a great younger
guy that either likes to bake or cook, or to
11/24 at 23:55
love cooking for my man
11/23 at 4:16
lol i love to eat (thats got something to do with
cooking) right?? lol just saying haha
11/13 at 0:32
Made Steak and Pasta along with asparagus and home
made dessert )
9/13 at 6:03
Down home southern cooking for me guys!
8/27 at 0:57
i love pasta dishes
8/6 at 14:12
Anybody else love to do pastry? :D I so prefer
5/22 at 20:59
Always cooking something up..lol Chef For
University Of Florida, anyone in N.Fl. HMU peace
4/11 at 4:51
I love c@&king is part of have work in a eatery b4
here in lagos Nigeria
11/27 at 13:22
I'm a room service cook at Las Vegas Hilton
9/27 at 16:19
My mom taught me all I know about cooking which to
her was the old fashioned Southern way. Even after
I came out to her, we can still bond together
while cooking up a huge meal of fried chicken,
mashed potatoes with brown gravy, corn on the cob,
and french style green beans with chunks of bacon.
I'm lucky to have her. *warm memories*
9/22 at 14:24
Cooking is a huge part of me. After high school I
went to school for culinary arts and hospitality
management. My specialties are French, Pacific
Rim, and Asian. I also attained my certificate in
Pastry and chocolate arts... Cup Cake Anyone?
9/16 at 4:22
Love exploring the world's cuisine, both cooking
it and eating it. My favourite is Moroccan,
nothing beats bastilla, tajine and couscous.
9/1 at 18:39
any one have great recipes for pork?
8/2 at 20:37
Im a live-in Daddy cook type.
Kiss the co k!
7/31 at 12:12
Looking for a fresh start. I originally moved from
Indiana to Florida to take care of my parents, and
grandparents. During that time I came out, got
involved in helping the GLBT community, found and
lost a boyfriend, friends, family, and jobs.
Looking back I see both good and bad times in my
life. But now that there is nothing really holding
me here in Tampa. Its time to move on. I need to
get a fresh start someplace else, and live my
life, and be happy. But that will be based on Job
opportunities, cost of living, and if where I move
to has a Gay Community.
Any recommendations, advice, insight, and,
suggestions are much appreciated. Also on face
7/16 at 2:55
hey guys! please add me.
4/24 at 13:28
Been cooking for the last week at home. I made
shrimp pasta, steak, and more stuff :P
plus I clean all.
4/13 at 0:37
I f#&king love cooking! Best thing ever! I want to
take a few culinary classes one day, because as of
now, I can only cook and bake from boxes :( I love
baking from scratch, though :) Darn I just need
money to buy fresh ingredients to make my own food
4/10 at 21:07
i'm a chef XD but i like just cooking at home for
a few mates
4/5 at 9:22
I made a Shrimp Teriyaki Stir Fry last night that
put most Chinese restaurants to shame! =P
3/19 at 3:42
me i like bog c@&k .....lol
3/16 at 11:17
i love to cook and i'm good at it. =D cooking
together can be sexy.
3/12 at 4:04
love to cook...
3/10 at 21:56
You start out with a 4 tablespoons of fresh sage,
rosemary, thyme, and celery seed. Grind int a fine
powder in a mortar and pestle. Coat chicken
tenders in a quick egg wash then in herb
powder,let the natural juices seep from the
chicken as the tender becomes slimy again coat in
all purpose flour once again dip in egg wash then
finally dust with smoked paprika and fry in olive
oil at 350 F for 12 minutes depending on the size
of your fryer and the amount of chicken per batch.
3/8 at 21:17
Hey guys I'm perfecting a recipe for herb fried
chicken tenders anyone want to give it a try?
3/8 at 7:37
East Indian raised in the West Indies... East
meets West has never been more literal. haha. I
like experimenting in and out of the kitchen!
2/26 at 23:12
hi i am bi male from salinas love big d!&k am
2/25 at 19:15
cooking is so much fun, specially if you get
someone to help you and you're bout naked :p
2/24 at 20:20
I love to cook Asian and Southern food.
2/21 at 19:42
Cooking Mexican and comfort food are my favorites
2/21 at 3:34
if there was a time for men to unerstand the
concept of food, now is the time!
2/19 at 14:54
dude I am a pastry chef and I love to make the
2/19 at 2:41
seeking a daddy boy in pgh
fer real !
2/10 at 5:13
if you like thai food, hit me up ) i'll cook for
2/9 at 21:37
id say try this recipe
SUGAR BODY BLOW RIBS :)
* Dry Rub
* 1 1/2 cups dark brown sugar
* 1 1/4 cups sugar
* 1/2 cup salt
* 1/4 cup ground black pepper
* 1/4 cup paprika
* 2 slabs baby back ribs
* BBQ Sauce
* 2 cups ketchup
* 2/3 cup brown sugar
* 1/4 cup cider vinegar
* 2 tablespoons molasses
* 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
* 1 tablespoon paprika
* 2 teaspoons salt
* 2 teaspoons dry mustard
* 1 teaspoon onion powder
* 1 teaspoon garlic powder
* 1/2 teaspoons crushed red pepper flakes
Combine all the ingredients for the dry rub in a
small mixing bowl. Rub the ribs with the dry rub.
Wrap in plastic wrap and let marinate in
refrigerator for 8 hours or overnight.
Preheat oven to 275 degrees F.
Place ribs on a large baking sheet lined with
aluminum foil. Cover tightly with foil and place
in middle rack of oven. Let roast for 2 1/2
For the BBQ Sauce:
Add all the ingredients to a medium saucepan.
Bring to a boil then reduce to a low simmer. Let
simmer for 25 minutes, on low heat, stirring
Preheat grill to medium heat.
Take ribs out of the oven and place on grill to
finish. Cook for 20 more minutes, turning and
basting with sauce. Remove from grill and serve as
either racks or cut into ribs.
*Cook's Note: 2 slabs of Baby Back Ribs equates to
4 racks of ribs
2/9 at 0:35
if you live in boise hit me up
2/8 at 19:53
Im making a Dr Pepper Cake tomorrow!
2/7 at 17:14
Laws of cooking causality: No matter how much you
cook, or what you cook, there will always be
exactly half an onion leftover in the fridge.
2/3 at 20:26
Its fine though. As long as there is a group for
cooking. Rachael Ray is the best!!
2/3 at 20:24
Man, I made a group for cooking first!!!
2/3 at 10:20
Bon soir. Want some haute cuisine of China? Drop
me a wink.