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

For me its Asian


VOR
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For me its Asian


Me, too. I suspect it's the most common answer.

For one thing, it's not as easy to get all of the ingredients. Another thing is you need a gazillion BTU burner with a lot of heavy pots.


biggsc
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
Want to learn to make sushi


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Rohan2Reed
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
cajun & creole food


Oenophile Brah
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For one thing, it's not as easy to get all of the ingredients.

I believe the lack of common knowledge and rollover ingredients is the main hindrance.

I'll throw Indian/middle eastern on the list.


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OTIS2
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
Thai


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VOR
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cajun & creole food






Rohan2Reed
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seriously! especially cajun food. outside of jambalaya which I'm not a huge fan of, I love it all / gumbo, sauce piquantes, crawfish pies, boiled seafood, boiled crawfish, etc. Just don't have any knowledge or experience cooking it.


Caplewood
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
Chinese, specifically cantonese and Szechuan.
This post was edited on 5/19 at 9:29 pm


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VOR
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Just don't have any knowledge or experience cooking it.


Not that hard, really. In spite of what some others may say, there are some really good cookbooks that helped me out.

Get the Rima and Richard Collin book. Seriously. Has some great classic recipes.


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Bear Is Dead
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
Dink Food


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4LSU2
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
Ribs. I love damn good ribs. I make ok ribs, but not damn good ribs.


bctiger6
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
For me it's Chili. My future mother in law makes the best chili i have ever eaten. I think she left out a few key ingredients when she gave me her recipe, just doesn't come out right.


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OTIS2
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Rohan2Reed
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PP' s Louisiana Kitchen ...as good of a first or last South La. cookbook for anybody. But, cut the pepper in his jam recipes in half.


Tiger inTampa
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
Indian. Can't ever get the "depth" or the background flavors right. Usually turns out OK but just always seems lacking.


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oldcharlie8
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
not my favorite, but i would love to have my rice come out perfect when making a jambalaya.



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

Dish - Frid pork chops (I'm terrible)


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


Talk About Good, Cookbook


Charleaux
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
I love Indian but never tried to cook it. I really need to find a good cookbook for it and try some stuff.


etm512
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re: What's your favorite cuisine to eat but wish were better at cooking?
BBQ (especially ribs like someone said)


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