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    I don't hate food. However if I have a choice, I will not eat food that's

    - flavorless/tasteless such as plain porridge, oatmeal and tofu;
    - spicy such as Szechuan dishes, Thai's Tom Yam Kung soup, Korean's Kimchi

    When I travel abroad, I don't eat ice or drink cold beverages that are not bottled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadebunny9 View Post
    But you still can't eat it right?
    No, I can't. But if I really have to, I would.

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    It's oK. I do the same with cheese. The worst thing in the world must be macoroni & cheese. I think it's worse than rat poison. Can't believe they feed that sh~t to people.
    What? You hate macaroni and cheese??!!
    Man, I love it! Not the pre-packed store-bought kind, but the type that I make myself. Just imagine: pasta, veggies, meat and cheese, cheese, CHEEEEESE!
    (Yes, I like my macaroni & cheese with veggies and meat).
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    Default What type of food do you dislike most?

    For me is duck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangYushi View Post
    No, I can't. But if I really have to, I would.


    What? You hate macaroni and cheese??!!
    Man, I love it! Not the pre-packed store-bought kind, but the type that I make myself. Just imagine: pasta, veggies, meat and cheese, cheese, CHEEEEESE!
    (Yes, I like my macaroni & cheese with veggies and meat).

    Mac and Cheese with Veggies and meat? I've never tried that before, will you cook for me Yushi? What kind of veggies and meat do you put in it? What do you put it in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suet Seung View Post
    Mac and Cheese with Veggies and meat? I've never tried that before, will you cook for me Yushi? What kind of veggies and meat do you put in it? What do you put it in?
    Sure, I'll cook for you if I'm your neighbour.
    It's kinda like making lasagna actually, but a lot easier.

    1. Boil macaroni until cooked. Drain and set aside.

    2. Make bechamel sauce (a.k.a. white sauce). It's the type use for lasagna, but stir in shredded cheese when the sauce is done/cooked and cooled down a little. Don't heat the sauce with the cheese, or it'll get all gooey.
    Sauce recipe: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/9918...bechamel+sauce

    3. Shred carrots, mushrooms (any sort), peppers (a.k.a. capsicum, any colour), onions and zucchini. Omit the veggies that you don't like or aren't available.

    4. Stir fry a small quantity of minced meat (beef, chicken, pork) with a bit of oil, and some chopped garlic/shallots (if you're up to the extra work). The meat should be fully cooked.

    5. Shred more cheese.

    In a large oven-proof dish/casserole, mix all the ingredients listed #1-#5 above.

    Top with a layer of shredded cheese (and a layer of breadcrumbs, if you like).

    Bake until the cheese is melted.

    Eat.

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    Please let me know the results (whether you like it, etc) if you make it.

    If you have guests, bake the macaroni mixture in individual bowls.
    Serve with a crisp salad.
    Last edited by HuangYushi; 07-28-08 at 06:34 AM. Reason: Added link for bechamel sauce.
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    I can't stand the following:

    Liver
    Any food that has gluey stuff in it e.g. lady finger
    Tuna fish
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    I'm not usually a big fan of pork. There are a few exceptions such as baby back ribs and wonton.

    Though, I do enjoy pork rib soup.

    Quote Originally Posted by PJ View Post
    Which eatable food items do you feel is overrated?

    For me, it is bread. I must give dues to the European bread-makers b/c their bread tastes infinitely better than the bread in the US. But still, compared to Chinese food, it falls short.

    I can appreciate the best in bread, but normal bread, is no big deal and I feel that I shouldn't have to pay more than 50 cents for it. So needless to say, I've never been to Panera Bread!
    have you tried asian-style bread? they make it much more softer, chewier (and a bit sweeter). it's lovely!

    Quote Originally Posted by jadebunny9 View Post
    I can usually eat almost any kinds of food, but I can't stand bagels. Even with cream/mayonaise (sp) it's still very bland. The annoying thing is that's the only thing they feed you on those ski buses.
    Even blueberry bagels? Those are very tasty. I can even eat them w/o cream cheese--and I LOVE cream cheese .
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    I hate any kind of meat. Even the smell of meat makes me sick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren Ying Ying View Post
    Even blueberry bagels? Those are very tasty. I can even eat them w/o cream cheese--and I LOVE cream cheese .
    Yeah, not even those. I can stand the first few bites, but no more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadebunny9 View Post
    Yeah, not even those. I can stand the first few bites, but no more than that.
    hehehe...that just reminded me that I had a regular bagel with strawberry cream cheese this morning.

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    Dislike most internal organ related dishes.

    So outside of meat, cartilage and the occasional skin, everything else from the animal is disgusting, with few exceptions (giblets).

    Certain seafood, I don't like, generally the fishy ones.

    Soggy vegetables (cooked zucchini, maori fruit etc.)
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    Bread, durian, pig's blood, sticky rice, olives, and green peas (gross). Blech.
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    I don't like papaya, banana, and carrot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren Ying Ying View Post
    have you tried asian-style bread? they make it much more softer, chewier (and a bit sweeter). it's lovely!
    Alas, I had some French-Vietnamese bacon-filled bread, and it was wholesomely delicious. I had to go back to get another one.

    But the good taste was because of the greasy meat, not the bread. Any time you put greasy meat in bread, it = yum. Baozi, anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangYushi View Post
    Sure, I'll cook for you if I'm your neighbour.
    It's kinda like making lasagna actually, but a lot easier.

    1. Boil macaroni until cooked. Drain and set aside.

    2. Make bechamel sauce (a.k.a. white sauce). It's the type use for lasagna, but stir in shredded cheese when the sauce is done/cooked and cooled down a little. Don't heat the sauce with the cheese, or it'll get all gooey.
    Sauce recipe: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/9918...bechamel+sauce

    3. Shred carrots, mushrooms (any sort), peppers (a.k.a. capsicum, any colour), onions and zucchini. Omit the veggies that you don't like or aren't available.

    4. Stir fry a small quantity of minced meat (beef, chicken, pork) with a bit of oil, and some chopped garlic/shallots (if you're up to the extra work). The meat should be fully cooked.

    5. Shred more cheese.

    In a large oven-proof dish/casserole, mix all the ingredients listed #1-#5 above.

    Top with a layer of shredded cheese (and a layer of breadcrumbs, if you like).

    Bake until the cheese is melted.

    Eat.

    ---

    Please let me know the results (whether you like it, etc) if you make it.

    If you have guests, bake the macaroni mixture in individual bowls.
    Serve with a crisp salad.
    mac n cheez with meat and veggies...also known as hamburger helper. -_-
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    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    mac n cheez with meat and veggies...also known as hamburger helper. -_-
    Haha! I didn't know there was a name for this; thanks for telling me!
    To be honest, I added meat and veggies to mac and cheese just to make it more balanced. But when I'm lazy/famished, I just fry the boiled pasta (regardless of shape/name), meat and veggies up like a Chinese noodle dish!
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    Don't like chewy things like squid or octopus. As a kid I hated liver and parsnips, but now I like the first [if the membrane and blood vessels are removed] and don't mind parsnips [which I think a cheese sauce might improve]. .

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    cheese,exp is cream cheese and deseert cheeses
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