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#21

I just suck at cooking :expressionless:


#22

Sky.,

Never give up try it. Ya never know what it will come out on this one.

Merci,
Marc


#23

my family is nice …they eat it anyway …even my unrisen bread :expressionless:

i thank you Marc


#24

I made a delicious lentil soup today. And although I do not have the recipe on hand, I do have a picture. I’m quite proud of the way it turned out this time :laugh: But looking at this picture… It looks a bit unappetizing and sloppy.

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#25

Just a little


#26

Well I took this picture a little too late when the soup had already cooled off :frowning:
If I took it while the soup was still warm, it would look delicious! I promise!


#27

It still looked good …My chowder always looks like ralph but its taste really good


#28

I’m sorry, what was that? Looks like Ralph? :huh:


#29

a nother term for upchuck …or other words throw up :expressionless:


#30

Ah I see. Well that’s a new one.


#31

[quote=“Oracle” post=155776]I made a delicious lentil soup today. And although I do not have the recipe on hand, I do have a picture. I’m quite proud of the way it turned out this time :laugh: But looking at this picture… It looks a bit unappetizing and sloppy.

http://s1275.photobucket.com/user/Oracle94/media/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsb3d167e7.jpg.htmlhttp://i1275.photobucket.com/albums/y443/Oracle94/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsb3d167e7.jpg[/quote]

I was going to say Clam Chower soup that what it looks like.

Not too long ago I did make potato dumping soup it was not too bad but did not complety cooked due ran out of GLP ( Propane gaz ) so have to cook the rest on the engine exhaust manfold.

Merci,
Marc


#32

[quote=“Frenchelectrican” post=155827]

[quote=“Oracle” post=155776]I made a delicious lentil soup today. And although I do not have the recipe on hand, I do have a picture. I’m quite proud of the way it turned out this time :laugh: But looking at this picture… It looks a bit unappetizing and sloppy.

http://s1275.photobucket.com/user/Oracle94/media/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsb3d167e7.jpg.htmlhttp://i1275.photobucket.com/albums/y443/Oracle94/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsb3d167e7.jpg[/quote]

I was going to say Clam Chower soup that what it looks like.

Not too long ago I did make potato dumping soup it was not too bad but did not complety cooked due ran out of GLP ( Propane gaz ) so have to cook the rest on the engine exhaust manfold.

Merci,
Marc[/quote]

Haha! That’s genius Marc. When life gives you lemons, make lemon meringue pie I suppose. :laugh:


#33

[quote=“Frenchelectrican” post=155827]

[quote=“Oracle” post=155776]I made a delicious lentil soup today. And although I do not have the recipe on hand, I do have a picture. I’m quite proud of the way it turned out this time :laugh: But looking at this picture… It looks a bit unappetizing and sloppy.

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I was going to say Clam Chower soup that what it looks like.

Not too long ago I did make potato dumping soup it was not too bad but did not complety cooked due ran out of GLP ( Propane gaz ) so have to cook the rest on the engine exhaust manfold.

Merci,
Marc[/quote]

There’s a long standing tradition of using excess engine heat to cook meals. Railroaders have been doing it since the steam engine era, sailors likewise.

I believe there’s even a trainman’s cookbook of diesel engine recipes. :slight_smile:

Mark Gosdin


#34

[quote=“mgosdin” post=155872]

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I was going to say Clam Chower soup that what it looks like.

Not too long ago I did make potato dumping soup it was not too bad but did not complety cooked due ran out of GLP ( Propane gaz ) so have to cook the rest on the engine exhaust manfold.

Merci,
Marc

There’s a long standing tradition of using excess engine heat to cook meals. Railroaders have been doing it since the steam engine era, sailors likewise.

I believe there’s even a trainman’s cookbook of diesel engine recipes. :slight_smile:

Mark Gosdin[/quote]

Bonjour Mark Gosdin.,

I do know one of my freind do have trainman’s cookbook but I will get ahold of him sometime after mid dec. after I get done with my round on tugboat ( end of the season )

Merci,
Marc


#35

Alright everyone. I think it’s time for a serious discussion in this thread. What is… The best pie in the world? Nominate your candidates everyone. This is the battle to see who will be crowned… Lord of the Pies.

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#36

Sweet potato pie!


#37

I think I’ll go with Lemon Meringue.


#38

There is two pies I know I really do enjoying eating is:

Apple pie ( European verison )

the other one is kinda instering but good.,

Upsidedown pineapple pie.

Merci,
Marc


#39

Boston cream pie


#40

Dang now you make me super hungery for that ., I haven’t eat that one for long time.

Merci,
Marc