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jmtigers
Southern Miss Fan
1826.71 miles from USC
Member since Sep 2003
3570 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Sauce. 5 mother sauces etc.





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LSUTygerFan
LSU Fan
Team Boxtard
Member since Jun 2008
23600 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Love Mexican food but have absolutely no idea how to cook it.





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townhallsavoy
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2007
3045 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


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Love Mexican food but have absolutely no idea how to cook it.


It's actually really easy once you learn how to work with masa.






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TigerWise
Drake Fan
6624 Jeffrson Hwy
Member since Sep 2010
16289 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Everything but outdoor cooking, but I am willing to learn more about that too.





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townhallsavoy
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2007
3045 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


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Everything but outdoor cooking, but I am willing to learn more about that too.


This is actually mine - I have no idea how to grill or smoke.

I just purchased a non-propane grill. I grilled some steaks using cherry wood and they were incredible. But doing more than burgers, boneless chicken breasts, and steaks, I need a crash course.






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offshoreangler
LSU Fan
713, Texas
Member since Jun 2008
19617 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


What dishes other than tortillas, atole and tamales require you being adept at working with masa?





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bdevill
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
8599 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


quote:

Sauce


I've been reading about taking a cooking class in New York City. I think it would be a fun adventure vacation.. Rustico Cooking Classes

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Indian

For the adventurist:
Cooking class in India



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Salmon
USA Fan
On the trails
Member since Feb 2008
25070 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


BBQ, especially the long and slow style with smokers

I have no idea where to even begin






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Neauxla
New Orleans Saints Fan
New Orleans
Member since Feb 2008
27664 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Thai & Indian





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TigerHam85
Hawaii Fan
59-024 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa
Member since Nov 2009
24884 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Id go with Asian too. Though, I don't even think I've ever tried to cook Asian. I just feel like I'd be totally lost from the beginning.





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Jax-Tiger
LSU Fan
Portland, OR
Member since Jan 2005
5752 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


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Ribs. I love damn good ribs. I make ok ribs, but not damn good ribs.


This is easily corrected...







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Zach
LSU Fan
Member since May 2005
61044 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Asian ... and the problem I have making it is all about the sauce. I've tried all kinds of bottled stuff and it doesn't taste like the restaurant.






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TigerSpy
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2006
9820 posts

re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?


Indian





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