Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Cooking Adventures

I have started cooking to survive. This is because I am no longer with my parental units. Below are multiple attempts at creating edible foods within the past week.

Bok Choy:
Attempt 1: Success
1/4 bag of baby bok choy, fried with 1 clove of garlic. Add salt and soy sauce. 
Rated: 3/5 (edible)

Attempt 2: Fail
Same ingredients and procedure as attempt 1, only this time I added oyster sauce. Problem was that I did not cook for as long of a time so some of the bok choy did not fully cook. Later used to make fried rice. 
Rating: 2/5 (Can be force fed)

Attempt 1: Fail
Baked in oven at 375 degrees F for ~1 hour. Then smothered in chicken broth hoping that it might taste good. Realized mid-way through that chicken was not fully cooked. Proceeded to microwave it in hopes of cooking it through. Did not work as intended. 
Rating: 1/5 (Not edible)

Attempt 2: Unknown
I intended to cook chicken some other way yesterday but I was lazy and went out for dinner instead.

Attempt 1: Success
1 egg, 1 cup flour, 1 1/2 cup milk. Cooked in butter greased pan. Topped with strawberries, whipped cream, chocolate chips and honey. 
Rating: 5/5 (No leftovers)

Attempt 1: Success
Half a cucumber fried with pork pieces. Added soy sauce and salt.
Rating: 4/5 (Ate it all)

Red peppers
Attempt 1: Success
Stir fried red peppers with onion and pork pieces. Added salt and hot sauce.
Rating: 4/5 (Will not last in fridge for another day)

Lamb Soup
Attempt 1: Success
Lamb slices (like the ones used for hot pot), baby bok choy, half an onion, ginger and green onion. And water. Added salt and soy sauce.
Rating: 5/5 (Must make again)

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