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yup, identical, though leaving it simmer for a while after the seperation has occured, enhances teh flavour somewate. You can add garlic too for additional flavour.
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I mix cornflakes with my porridge, if anyone wants to try that...
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I've tried it with Coco pops. Interesting.
But i've gone off cereals, i can't help but think its kiddie food.
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have u ever tried... fries with sundae? nice!!!
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Originally posted by cahaya cahaya wrote:

have u ever tried... fries with sundae? nice!!!


D-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!!!! The hot and cold combination is euphoric! Hot fries with strawberry sundae...yummy! One of my favorite treats!
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yeaps... tht's wht i'm trying to say... yummy and yummy...
 
 
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Meh, I've always wanted to post on this thread, but my poor english rather hampers me. Though I feel compelled to ask, what is sundae?
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Originally posted by Burdokva Burdokva wrote:

Meh, I've always wanted to post on this thread, but my poor english rather hampers me. Though I feel compelled to ask, what is sundae?


Burdokva, a "sundae" is one or two scoops of ice cream (any flavor) with a topping (fruits,nuts, fudge, or sprinkles, etc.) My favorite sundae is called a "hot fudge sundae" consisting of two scoops of vanilla ice cream with tons of hot melted chocolate fudge poured over the ice cream...oozing down the scoops and topped off with crushed almonds and/or pecans, with a high stack of whipped cream. OMG!!!!! I need to go get one right now!
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Burdokva, a "sundae" is one or two scoops of ice cream (any flavor) with a topping (fruits,nuts, fudge, or sprinkles, etc.) My favorite sundae is called a "hot fudge sundae" consisting of two scoops of vanilla ice cream with tons of hot melted chocolate fudge poured over the ice cream...oozing down the scoops and topped off with crushed almonds and/or pecans, with a high stack of whipped cream. OMG!!!!! I need to go get one right now!
 
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why does it call as sundae? is it because of sunday? or the person who created it name sundae? hehehehehehe......
 
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has religious influence???
 
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It is generally accepted that the name "sundae" was created in response to the "Blue Laws" which said that ice cream sodas could not be sold on Sundays because they were to "frilly." For some reason the "righteous" very much against what they called "sucking soda" (especially on the Sabbath and the clergy started preaching against them). The dish has gone by other names at various time, most notably "sundi" and "sondhi." Some accounts have explained all these names as attempts to avoid offending the sensibilities of the devoutly religious, which might take a dim view of a pile of ice cream and syrup being named after the Sabbath.
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Originally posted by morticia morticia wrote:

Originally posted by cahaya cahaya wrote:

have u ever tried... fries with sundae? nice!!!


D-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!!!! The hot and cold combination is euphoric! Hot fries with strawberry sundae...yummy! One of my favorite treats!
 
I think you people are quite strange - french fries and ice crean sudaes. If you must have the hot and cold combo go for deep fried ice cream.
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Oh I had Fried Ice Cream at a Chinese restaurant once - it is absolutely delicious! Approve

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here is a situation...
 
you have been invited to attend a class gathering (college) ... location: one of ur former classmate home, time: 11.30am.. theme: 'pot luck'
 
what u shud bring? the easiest and fastest dish to prepare..
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Originally posted by Dawn Dawn wrote:

Originally posted by morticia morticia wrote:

Originally posted by cahaya cahaya wrote:

have u ever tried... fries with sundae? nice!!!
D-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!!!! The hot and cold combination is euphoric! Hot fries with strawberry sundae...yummy! One of my favorite treats!


I think you people are quite strange - french fries and ice crean sudaes. If you must have the hot and cold combo go for deep fried ice cream.


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Originally posted by cahaya cahaya wrote:

here is a situation...
 
you have been invited to attend a class gathering (college) ... location: one of ur former classmate home, time: 11.30am.. theme: 'pot luck'
 
what u shud bring? the easiest and fastest dish to prepare..
sorry for the late reply.
well I would go with an asian coleslaw type salad.
 
shredded cabage
slightly cooked snow peas and small broccoli florets
grated carrot
fresh bean sprouts
diced cooked chicken
 
and a sesame miso dressing
 
mix it all together and top it with some crushed dried ramin noodles( ichiban)
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last post 25/04/2007? wow.. !!...

I went to India last mth.. and here is one of my fav indian dish... RUMALI ROTI.. kind of Naan.. but thinner.. u can eat it with any type of curry.. taste yummy and delicious..

Here's the recipe.. but u need some skill to make it.. a little bit spinning and throwing...

http://www.indian-food-recipe.com/content/view/39/117/

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Hmm, looks more like a type of Chipatti, than your standard Indian naan. There again naan just means bread, so theres no need to limit what sort of bread it can be i guess.
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I am alive....lol
Sad to say my internet connection have a prob.. (i have to come to int cafe to check my email! :P)
i called the serv provider comp... they cant solve the prob via phone.. they need some tech guy to come over my plc to check... but i am working 24 7.. plus.. i dont want anyone to see my outdated pc to laugh for.. so wait till i get a new one and solve the net prob then i'll be bck soon.. hope so.. hehehehe...
 
oh... the rumali.. totally different from chapati as is made from attar flour.. this rumali.. from.. the normal white flour.. it's has more elasticity tht's why the cook can toast it up and spin it around...
 
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Any rice gurus here?
I cook my rice in a small rice cooker following the recomended water to rice ratio and it allways seems very sticky and lacking in fluffyness. I wash and soak the rice before cooking too.
Whats a guy to do?
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When you wash the rice do you do it until it is completely clean( water runs clear)  if not do so. Other wise i would reduce the amount of water. After the cooked light on the cooker goes on fluff the rice with a fork and then let it sit for a few minutes,should help with fluffyness. If your rice cooker is the type that has makings on the inside for how much water to put in go just below the line for your amount. also measure the water after you have washed it. 

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