Monday, 6 February 2012

Very Lazy Food Hamper giveaway

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254 comments:

  1. I like cooking everything but ones with lots of spices to blend - curries and Indonesian dishes - are my favourites

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  2. I love to cook Thai curry! And the family love to eat it!! xx @emymc

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  3. I like cooking curries! not too hot though!

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  4. i like cooking spaghetti bolognaise and cottage pie - both great meals for the family x

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  5. I have got such a fussy family that they all like different tastes and textures so I always enjoy finding something that they all like. Current favourite is chinese inspired stirfry with chili and quorn

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  6. I, personally, don't think I have a favorite dish -- I just like to cook. I like the challenge of making a new dish, like chinese pork dumpling from scratch, figuring out the dough and the filling and the right way to steam them, but I also like the comfort of making an old favorite, like spicy pork and red bean chili, or bolognese sauce, that require lots of chopping and simmering and tasting and seasoning to get just right.

    I like the whole process of planning a menu, like a taco party in the summer, to making the salsas from scratch, getting the marinade right on the beef, thinking up a vegetarian selection for those that won't eat the carne asada, and making sure all the right condiments are there on the side, like frijoles de la olla, fluffy tortillas warmed on the grill, chopped cilantro and onion, cojita cheese and mexican crema.

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  7. Im a lazy cook, I love simply foods like instant noodles or packets of maccaronni cheese x

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  8. Renee Armstrong6 February 2012 19:55

    Corn Beef Hash... comfort food at its best

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  9. I love to cook with meat as there are so many dishes you can make

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  10. I like to cook with my kids. I used to worry that it would take me forever as I have a tiny kitchen and four children lol, but now I designate a night per child, and now my 13 year old can make a mean chilli and my 10 year old has the nicest pizza bases going! The family that cooks together, stays together! lol. xxx

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  11. Tuna and sweetcorn wrap.

    @00annabellee00

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  12. Mexican food, chicken fajitas is always nice

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  13. I love cooking with vegetables because they are so versatile

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  14. We always make a curry on a Friday night with garlic bread which my hubby is very good at making.

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  15. the Lazy range is useful, saves loads of time and I don't get stinky fingers from chopping the garlic!

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  16. i love cooking any type of curry lovely

    ianmaciver@onetel.com

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  17. curry is my favourite food to cook.

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  18. I enjoy cooking for my husband. put some mince in the saucepan and just add what else i lay my hands on, be it mixed veg, curry, onion, chilli, bake beans. One thing i dont like is when he says can you make it again, as i dont really know what i put in :)

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  19. I love cooking roast dinners - so easy, just shove meat, potatoes and parnsips in the oven for a few hours, go and do something else, cook some green veg and make some gravy and there you go!

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  20. Spaghetti Bolognaise

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  21. I love to cook Aloo Palak.

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  22. My chicken pie - its cooked chicken with a sauce made from a tin of campbells condensed mushroom soup and half a tub of garlic and herb cream cheese. Add some peas and sweetcorn and top with filo. Really simple to make but very tasty - have never had a complaint yet and have made it for many people

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  23. i love all cook books am waiting on a red meats cook book at the moment i love meat , our family specials are of course the stews and casseroles and brothes mmm yummy

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  24. I love to cook generally but a particular favourite at the moment is Mexican food. I love making Enchiladas and Fajitas.

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  25. I make a really lovely,tasty Lamb Shepherds pie it never dissapoints so it's my favourite thing to make.

    @MrsWebster147

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  26. I like cooking butternut squash soups because it's easy and they are tasty.
    @maisietoo

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  27. I like cooking anything that is easy. Put it in the oven and forget about it!

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  28. Cupcakes... we love them in our house!
    @vickyd4v3

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  29. Jamaican food, curry goat, fried dumplings, salt fish and akee

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  30. I love cooking with garlic!

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  31. roast chicken with all the trimmings

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  32. Love cooking curries & spicy dishes. Pre-chopped garlic & ginger etc features a lot!

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  33. I like cooking chilli con carne making it very spicy is best on these cold nights

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  34. Bosphorus mussel stew

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  35. Janette @time_4_tweeting8 February 2012 20:03

    am loving homemade soups each night. Love garlic btw love love love it!

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  36. It's always changing but at the moment I'd like to say Indian as I am trying to perfect a few dishes! Kind regards

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  37. Steph Armstrong8 February 2012 20:43

    Indian in the main - curry and lots of spicy dishes - gosh I feel hungry.

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  38. fish pie - made with prawns, salmon and cod

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  39. I like doing stir fry

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  40. anything new- I really enjoy the challenge of cooking something i've not tried before, and get sadly excited at serving it to the family

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  41. Cottage pie is the best ever. Will be trying my first ever 'curry from scratch' on Valentines day, and as someone who is mainly a 'warmer up-er-er' than cook, this is a big deal for me!

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  42. I love making casseroles in my slow cooker

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  43. I'm a useless cook,so quick,easy recipes,passed down from my late nanna,are the ones I like to try. Beef stews a firm fav

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  44. I love making curries! Making a curry always 'cooks up' such tantalising aromas, and they are so easy to make with whatever you happen to have in the cupboard when the urge to make one takes you ... lentils from the store cupboard, frozen chicken or prawns from the freezer, veggies from the fridge ...

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  45. I love cooking with extra lean beef mince because it is so versatile - bolognese, cottage pie, chilli, burgers, lasagne

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  46. Anything Italian and anything with garlic @chrismse1

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  47. I love making skillet salads! Some kale, mushrooms, beans, seasonings, all sauteed up and plopped in a bowl! Warm, winter salad!

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  48. I am not a great cook, but good at baking. I have no patience. Luckily my husband is a good cook, so I do not starve, as one cannot live on cakes alone!

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  49. IF I had a favourite food to cook it would be fried chicken.

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  50. I love to do a really good lasagane!

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  51. MY fav meal to cook is cashew nut chicken and rice! Whole family LOVES it! So it's an absolute pleasure x

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  52. chilli or curry, something with a kick ;)

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  53. I love cooking spag bol. It's never quite the same twice, I don't measure anything if I can help it, but I've never had a failure yet!

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  54. Pasta - sooooo versatile! It can be with spag bol, or with pesto ham and cheese , or with a home made tomato sauce, or as macaroni cheese, in soup........

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  55. I love cooking currys, experimenting with different herbs and spices!

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  56. Love to cook a nice roast dinner, if you cook extra, bubble and squeak for the next day making a nice easy next day dinner :)
    @Catowen2000

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  57. Vegetable curry is my fav to cook, but I have to buy pre-cooked naan bread as I have never got it right myself!

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  58. I like to cook Traditional English food, you can't go wrong, Though I do to make a nice hot curry now and again :)

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  59. Mmmm ..... nice!

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  60. It has to be a chicken korma..I was shown how to make it by my old bosses wife and everyone raves over it

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  61. Anything with mushrooms and chillies

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  62. Quorn for my veggie husband. It's so versatile - you can spice it up and it makes a great chilli or spag bol!

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  63. Love making the Sunday roast dinner - beef,lamb, pork, chicken - love them all ! Great traditional British cooking that you can give a modern twist to.

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  64. I like making pies because I love eating it!

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  65. Curries when im in the mood, omelettes when im lazy

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  66. i like to cook abit of everything :) using different spices and herbs whether it be simple or complicated x

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  67. My favourite is pizza

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  68. I love to cook Italian food

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  69. I love cooking traditional Sunday Roasts - beef, lamp, pork, chicken, turkey....with all the trimmings, seasonal veg and yorkshire puds!

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  70. I love to cook a curry - start it after breakfast and then leaveit bubbling all day - hmmmmm - now I'm hungry

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  71. I like cooking stews for cold days..comfort food :)

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  72. I love cooking up mediteranian dishes such as moussaka,hoummus,fish and especially lamb dishes with lots of garlic,herbs and vegetables.

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  73. Pizza. Great for getting different tastes and I love the feel of bread dough.

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  74. Roast dinners are my favourite to cook.

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  75. Tuna pasta bake, I love making and eating it hehe.

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  76. I cook stir fry most nights, its our magic diet food. A little bit of olive oil, loads of veg, a microwavable egg fried rice and a sachet of sweet chilli stir fry sauce. A big plate of fruit for pud. But in between phases where we're trying to shed pounds we love our currys! @WrightyH

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  77. My favourite food to cook is cottage pie or lancashire hotpot :)

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  78. Anything and everything, just love making (and eating!) food :)

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  79. I love cooking soup. My winter favourite is butternut squash with sweet potato. Yummy!

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  80. My favourite food to cook is roast dinner with veg & Yorkshire pudding

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  81. Roast beef & Yorkshire pudding is my favoutite to cook

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  82. I like to cook cantonese stir fry.. yummy

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  83. Indian and also a good traditional British Roast with all the trimmings

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  84. i luv making curries

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  85. Always cook a Sunday Roast as it does us 2 days (money is so tight)Other days it lasagne, stew, curry or fry up.

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  86. I like to make Chilli Con Carne with Rice and Cheese as a good easy family meal.

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  87. Anything easy, I would say my speciality is chocolate rice krispie buns.

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  88. I love to cook cakes victoria sandwiches flapjacks fruit cakes lovely

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  89. I love cooking homemade soups- they never come out the same!

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  90. I love cooking with strong flavours, chilli, garlic, fish oil, lemongrass etc.... mmmmmmm :-)

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  91. I like to bake cakes, does that count? :)

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  92. Favourite soup to cook is soup - any kind. I like experimenting with new flavours. Hubby loves soup. We call him the soup monster. When he was younger, he would come in from a night out and his mum would have made soup for the next day and he would have eaten most of it before he went to bed.

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  93. I like tasty food-curries,chilli etc .Good spices can make cheaper meats taste like the best cuts.

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  94. I love to cook pasta dishes

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  95. Anything that more than 1 member of the family will eat. At the moment that means lasagne or enchilladas

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  96. Depends what mood i'm in , but my favorite dish to cook is lasagna :)

    @CHOCOAJ on twitter x

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  97. I love cooking pasta dishes and experimenting with different spices.

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  98. Pasta dishes are my favourite!

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  99. i love pasta & always looking for new dishes to try
    @eemav6

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  100. I love to cook all kind of food especially French & Italian dishes!

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  101. I have a habit of getting distracted and overcooking meals so I love stews and casseroles - it doesn't matter if I forget about them for a while ;) My favourite is chicken, thyme and white bean casserole, it's really tasty and filling.

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  102. I like cooking pasta dishes, Itallian style food or chinese :)

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  103. Lasagne for my husband. It's his favourite food and it took me 10 years to find a recipe I could make, but it was worth it as he thinks it's the best lasagne ever!

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  104. Lobby is my fave to cook at the moment, good pick me up in the winter, I always end up burning my mouth as too eager to eat it

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  105. I look cooking full stop. Favorite meal to cook is a good old Sunday roast - preferrable a decent piece of topside, with all the trimmings.

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  106. spag bol is a winner in our house everytime x

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  107. I love to experiment with Chinese food (I'm not Chinese), I've had some disasters but things are improving and the food I prepare is now edible ha ha

    @HolyMoly99

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  108. chicken wrapped in bacon :)

    smithee92@hotmail.com

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  109. I like cooking Italian foods

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  110. anything that would make cooking a bit easier for me :)

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  111. a lovely family roast dinner

    lizalexander1972@yahoo.co.uk

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  112. Mmmmmm Spaghetti Carbonara cos its really quick and easy to make but tastes awesome :)

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  113. I love cooking a roast dinner with Yorkshire puddings & roast potatoes. It's magic how the different elements have to be started at different times, but it all comes together at the right time to be dished up & quickly eaten! :)

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  114. I love cooking a big hearty chicken broth with rice and barley and all the vegetables I have to hand - it's warm and filling, and the children don't notice they're eating all the vegetables they profess to hate.

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  115. I love cooking Shepards Pie, with a bit of leek and cheese mixed in with the mash which consists of both normal potatoes and a couple of sweet potatoes...yum

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  116. Im a Chicken Dinner fan with lots of bread

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  117. Fish pie! It's comforting to make as well as eat I think, plus it's my favourite!

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  118. Has to be healthy chips, eggs and beans :D

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  119. jillwebb@blueyonder.co.uk12 February 2012 19:19

    I just like cooking everything no great favorites could be indian chinese italian or english, but I do love lazy garlic

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  120. i love making any pasta dish
    cheryl.belshaw@ntlworld.com

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  121. very hot and spicy curries! :D

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  122. I love cooking roast dinners. I like using different meats now and then to experiment with different flavours/spices! My family love them because their not having the same usual dinner everytime.

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  123. Roast chicken dinner with all the trimmings, actually nothing nicer than cooking Christmas dinner!

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  124. I don't have a favourite food to cook. But I love cooking roast dinners, Hunters Chicken and Stir Fries

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  125. I love cooking Stir Fry, quick, easy and you can put whatever you like in it.

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  126. Top of the list would have to be a roast, so easy... & everyone loves it so that always makes it more enjoyable to make when you know everyone will love it :-)

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  127. Cakes or bread, always smell amazing and they are a challenge too so it is doubly rewarding

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  128. I love to cook spag bol... then I love to eat it! :)

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  129. My favourite to cook is anything that I can take straight from the freezer to the oven! Yes you can call me lazy... which suits the prize :-)

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  130. I love experimenting with my cooking, just grab a load of ingredients and start cooking! It always turns out really well but the downfall is, I can never do it exactly the same again because I generally forget exactly what went in! :-)

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  131. I love cooking anything with Garlic in it and Hence I am a Lazy Garlic Lover makes cooking so much more simple :)

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  132. I love cooking a big roast on a SUnday aftewrnoo

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  133. Love being adventurous but life is too full at the moment, so Thai spiced prawns and noodles give me the spice hit I need but without too much effort.

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  134. i love baking cakes with my little girl

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  135. Amanda Richardson13 February 2012 21:57

    chicken stir fry

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  136. I love coooking cous cous because it is so tasty, so simple to prepare and so versatile. My top tip is to try it Moroccan-style with a sprinkling of icing sugar and cinnamon.delicious with a lamb tagine!

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  137. I am a traditional english fan, fish and chips, cottage pie, full greasy spoon breakfast and tea and dunking! However, my favourite thing to cook a good old roast dinner, preferably lamb! We have on average two roasts a week, its the best way to try new vegetables with the children and to kick back afterwards, loosen the belt and go "ahhhh!" Hubby says we will get fat if we ate one every day, I disagree but then again I have never tried to eat a roast everyday, tempting though ;D

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  138. I love cooking big warm salads. It sounds like a contradiction in terms but I love roasting veg, toasting pine nuts, blanching beans, making dressings etc etc

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  139. I love Thai curry and Indian Dhansak

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  140. I love cooking a warming sausage casserole.

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  141. I love cooking salmon and rice with chili sauce - yum

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  142. I love to cook brownies, the more chocolate the better...

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  143. My favourite food to cook is Indian or Mexican food. I love spicy foods.

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  144. I love cooking italian food. You can't beat pasta and a homemade tomato sauce!

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  145. Charlotte Jones15 February 2012 12:32

    I love to cook a strong curry - yumyum :)

    @charlotte_jones

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  146. I love to cook pasta dishes and soups !! These are things I can hide veggie in and the kid don't realise !! x

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  147. I love cooking a big fat Sunday Roast with all the trimmings!

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  148. My favourite food to cook with is good old fashioned british ingredients in season. Nothing beats a home made meat and veg pie or sunday roast

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  149. I love cooking casseroles, so easy but delcious and warming at this time of year.

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  150. I love making homemade soups! My favourite is carrot and lentil - yum!

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  151. Valerie Hartley15 February 2012 18:00

    Roast dinner with Yorkshire Pudding

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  152. i love a roast so like cooking that - but when i have the time enjoy trying out new desserts - they take a bit more time and effort tho

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  153. Michelle McCulloch15 February 2012 18:39

    Soup is my speciality - not very exciting, but a proven favourite !

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  154. I'm a novice cook but am starting to get more adventurous :) I love cooking mince (wierd I know!) because you can do so much with it :) Also garlic goes into nearly everything!

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  155. I love to make soup. So satisfying and much better than the tinned stuff.

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  156. Lyndsey Allison15 February 2012 21:27

    With 2 kids under 6 and another on the way, I HAVE to be a lazy cook - doesn't mean I would ever want to sacrifice on taste or nutrition though! :)

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  157. Chili con carne. It's so easy and the whole family loves it.

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  158. Roast Beef dinner with all the trimmings. Yorshires made from scratch is a must.

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  159. i love baking cakes

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  160. I love cooking sweet potato and chorizo soup from scratch it's so tasty!

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  161. Joanna Coleshill16 February 2012 07:05

    I love cooking lasagne. Time consuming but so satisfying!

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  162. I love cooking Spaghetti Bolognese, it makes the house smell amazing!

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  163. I love cooking chicken dishes - whether you go traditional roast or spice it up this is one ingredient you can use time and time again. Really versatile and always different! @julster55P

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  164. I just love to cook everything.

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  165. Charlotte Brumpton16 February 2012 11:04

    its got to be good old cottage pie. i love cooking it!

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  166. Just love cooking Pork Schnitzel, 'cause the hubby lets me cook that and that only.

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  167. Louise MacGregor16 February 2012 12:04

    My iconic pan-fried pizza.

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  168. right now I am more than a little obsessed with bread

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  169. Samantha Wesley16 February 2012 13:48

    I love cooking chicken stir fry, it is so quick and easy :) Followed on Twitter and Tweeted @samanthawesley

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  170. chickenpierobertson@hotmail.com16 February 2012 14:47

    I love to cook mexican food, fajitas, tacos, nachos.... mmmmm x

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  171. i like to make home made pizza, it is so simple, costs little and i can tailor make them so that everybody gets the toppings they like...and i hide veggies in the tomato sauce too!

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  172. Curry. OK, so I use those ready-made curry pastes but that's one of the reasons I like them: they always taste good, it's easy to control the strength and you can chuck in (almost) anything that's looking a bit shrivelled in the fridge.

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  173. Anything in the slow cooker. (beef casserole my favourite) I love the fact that i just bung everything in and leave it for hours, come back and hey presto! Its like having a chef pop in for the day

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  174. Bobotie, a traditional South African dish, its devine!

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  175. Thai - I love it anyway but I am currently enjoying anything spicy!
    I am @auroradreaming on twitter.

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  176. Great Prize. x

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