Cooking with Steve

Earlier in the year, I took it upon myself to learn how to cook. I set my DVR for plenty of Food Network shows, like Good Eats, Iron Chef, and Throwdown with Bobby Flay. Rachel Ray just annoys me. I sifted the web for tutorials like: Cooking 101: 20 Lessons to kick start your cooking skill and (so I could understand what they were talking about on Iron Chef). I tried learning some simple things.

Most of those recipes I found on (which allows you to search by ingredient). This is a great way to look for recipes when you are cooking for yourself... as you can just sift through the cupboard/fridge & search for recipes with what you have on hand. Oh yeah, and a measure converter might come in handy for amateurs like me that don't feel ready to stray from a recipe.

Maybe one day I'll sign myself up for one of these fun cooking classes at the Sac Food Co-op.

Here is a collection of delectible recipes I clipped & fancy to try sometime:

Burmese Chicken Curry (Gaeng Gai Bama) - Tender chicken in a creamy, spicy tomato and coconut milk sauce! Serve over jasmine rice.

Chinese Five Spice Chicken -

Creamy Chow Mein Chicken -

Vanilla Crepes - - Recipe - Curried,162,140178-252193,00.html - Recipe - Sweet And Sour,1845,148173-254196,00.htm... - Recipe - Tuna Noodle,178,141187-243199,00.html

My Lunch Can Beat Up Your Lunch! Recipe: Okonomiyaki: tastier than it

Recipe for Okonomiyaki Sauce - Low Carb Recipes

Sausage Cabbage Bake -

Shrimp Fried Noodles-Thai style -

Soft Baked Custard -
Spam Musubi -

Stuffed Cabbage -

Sweet and Spicy Meatloaf -

Thai Pineapple Chicken Curry -

Vanilla Crepes -