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The Culinary Arts Group


The Culinary Arts Group

A place where you can post recipes, photos of delicious and healthy dishes, and a few naughty ones too (like my chocolate gravy with homemade bisquits, Ozark style), and plan an artist potluck to share and exchange yummy treats and just have fun!

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Comment by Rattananan Karninsee on March 4, 2010 at 7:00pm
My favortie banana dish, easy and delicious.

Ingredient 1.Roti (It made from wheat flour.You can find it in asian grocery) 2.Banana 3.Condense milk
How to 1.Fry roti both side in the pan then put it on your plate. 2.Put banana on roti then pour condense milk on the top. Oops! I’m on diet.
Comment by SIN on March 4, 2010 at 9:31am
Andra, that does sound delicious. Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits. They are sensual and delicious. I am so looking forward to them. I like them lightly sprinkled with powder sugar. They are super yummy.

One time Chris had strawberries at his hotel show, there was a fountain dripping with choc. I could not resist.

Sometimes food is better then ...! You fill in the blank. : )
Comment by Andra Christenson on March 4, 2010 at 9:18am
Strawberry season is upon us. I love them any way I can get them. They are sweet, delicious, and full of vitamin C. Recently I learned of a new way to eat them. It totally turns them into a sinful dessert. Dip fresh strawberries into sour cream and then into brown sugar. OMG what an orgy. Enjoy
Comment by SIN on March 3, 2010 at 9:23pm
Cool Brad!
Comment by SIN on March 3, 2010 at 9:20pm

Thanks to member of arts, Jee! Wow.
Comment by Brad Polzin on March 3, 2010 at 9:20pm
I liked the taste and look of the raw plantains so much that I didn't bother cooking them. They stay firm even after their skin turns black and give you the impression of eating a (slightly) different type of fruit.
I love putting fruit in salads and vegetable dishes though, and these would work well for that.
And not not forget fried bananas!
Here's one recipe.
Comment by SIN on March 3, 2010 at 9:17pm
That is very interesting. We all will have so much fun learning each others tastes, and then, in the Spring, we can have an amazing potluck! One of several. Food is medicine, pleasure, survival and so on. Thank you for joining Ratt!
Comment by Rattananan Karninsee on March 3, 2010 at 9:06pm
Thanks Sin for inviting me to join this group. I'm a crazy cook and will post my crazy dishes around here. Will be fun. Banana? I saw bananan every where in Thailand since I was born. There are over 50 species of bananas in Thailand, but we can really eat 5 or 6 species. Grill, fly, put in sticky rice and steam it, desserts ect... Mother in the old day use "Gluay Naam Waa" kind of banana to feed the baby and I'm one of that generation. Wonder if mother in now a day still do that. However I still eat banana every morning "banana milk shake".
Comment by SIN on March 3, 2010 at 8:23pm
Wow Brad, welcome to the group and thanks for sharing that about bananas! You obviously know more about them then I do. Including how to spell banana. I guess I learned more then about sizes today! Haha.

So, did you cook the big banana? How was it? Very interesting.
Comment by Brad Polzin on March 3, 2010 at 1:45pm
Gastronomes are always exaggerating the size of their bananas. : )

After traveling around India recently and seeing many different sizes and colors of bananas, I was inspired to try out some of the different types that one can find in the markets here. One type I was very pleasantly surprised with was the plantain, which is a very large, firm and less sweet type of banana that is generally cooked rather than eaten raw.
Their texture and subtle colorings are a really nice change from the same old regular banana we're so used to.


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