@chefdaddy @chef @mickdawg75 you three know I caught the cooking bug. I'd like to get some more experience so I'd like to ask you guys... what is something you think I could learn a lot from?

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chefdaddy:
You should learn to make good gumbo and Mac n cheese for sure. Persian food is great, like Mediterranean meets Indian, lots of good spices and sauces, I have cooked a couple Persian weddings and I would love to learn more dishes from that region. I would suggest learning to make some different sausages. The first sausage I learned to make was merguez and I wish I still had the recipe for that one. Sausage is one of those things that most cultures have because everyone needs an outlet for their scrap meat and fat and why not grind it up and shove it in some intestines? I would start on your own continent and work your way around the world. 
shinyarmour90:
@chefdaddy @chef @mickdawg75 these all sound very good! I think because I loved Greek food so much I'll start off with Persian cuisine and maybe do a few sausages then. Creole cuisine sounds very interesting as well and I'll be sure to do some research :)

In Korea, there's a tradition of serving jeon for gatherings. Small bites of food to share with friends. It just so happens I had some friends over yesterday night and got to making some for my Korea week! Starting with kimchi corn on the cob with a skewer of spam sanjeok and some hobak (courgette) followed by a Greek fusion dish consisting of a...
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shinyarmour90:
@nebula one of them couldn't handle the heat but otherwise it was OK 😆
nebula:
Lol!!!
#Korea week is go! While my homemade #kimchi is fermenting, I made some preparations for the rest of the week and tried out some new recipes. #spareribs and chili eggplant (#gaji #bokkeum).#kchips ##miyukmuchim #myulchi bokkeum #rice


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