Oh, I love food. I'm a bit of a food hoarder, when I play games that have food in them [mainly Rune Factory 4]. However, I'm gluten free, wheat-free, vegetarian, mostly sugar free and so I mainly eat eggs, goat cheese, beans, rice, rice noodles, peanut butter, assorted fruits and vegetables, cornbread, banana/cinnamon bread, and drink rice milk. I love desserts, and I'm a fairly competent cook as long as it's not anything fancy. I also love noodles with cheese and tamari sauce, especially elbow macaroni and ramen.
Wow! That looks neat. Well, except for the sugar part, but presumably there's a substitute of some kind?
Anyway, I had cheesy omelette rice for supper.
About a year ago, I made peanut cheese bars with my friend, adapting this recipe: It turned out awesome. I have some pictures, but they're mixed up with pictures of my cat...
I lived in Scotland for two years and so had plenty of opportunity to try haggis. I know haggis is the go-to "icky" food when it comes to english cuisine but I really enjoyed it. It is the most filling thing I have ever eaten, though. If you eat it at a fancy resturaunt it can be kinda pricey and you get a piece that may appear to be kinda small but I guarante you will not eat the whole thing before you get full.
My favorite food is a kinda noodle/meat soup I had when I worked in Shanghai for half a year. I think I went to that one resturaunt at least every third day.
The ones served there where in absolutely gigantic bowls, though.
2 Table spoons of Splenda half and half (or just 4 Tablespoons of Sugar but I don't recommend it because that is really unhealthy)
4 table spoons of Flour
2 Table spoons of Hershey Cocoa
3 Table spoons of Milk
3 Table spoons of Vegetable Oil
Splash of vanillia
I added semi sweet chocolate chips and and about a tablespoon of peanut butter and cooked for a minute. Then I made quick peanut butter icing by melting 1 Tablespoon butter, adding amounts of Powder sugar, splashes of milk and peanut butter. I didn't include in the picture but I added a little bit of Reese's peanut butter chips...o-o
Most dangerous cake in the world. I did this all under 10 minutes.
Edit: I said "video" instead of picture so I fixed that. Gosh, how the brain works sometimes..
I like cooking and today I tried new recipe of pesto sauce. I picked up fresh basil and ordered special jars at to keep it in the fridge. I like to add pesto to my homemade burgers or pasta. Taste delicious.
Here are two more vegetarian dishes, just 'cause. Pasta e Fagioli with chickpea noodles, porcini mushrooms, kale, and roasted red bell peppers. The other one takes on the flavors of picadillo but uses black beans instead of ground beef. I made a peach and habanero salsa and an ancho aioli to go on top.