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    Quote Originally Posted by Galadriel
    gravy...hmmm...

    kanang sauce nga gikan gi luto-an sa manok or baboy...like kung mag broil ko ug baboy sa oven toaster, naa may mahabilin nga sa pan. i just add a bit of water sa pan, mix it with the drippings then add a bit of cornstarch. voila...gravy na siya
    You mean ang mga fats katong na bilin or katong nag drip? dli ta ma high bood ana? hehehhehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPRINGFIELD_XD_40
    @ JUMPSZILLA .. welcome to our small community of iSTORYANS who shares the passion for cooking as a career . hobby and maybe just for fun !!

    I can probably make you melt when you can taste my penne pasta with alfredo sauce with white wine and sauteed mushrooms topped with shrimp scampi . Hehehe joke ra ... kamao lang ko mo kaon ana !!!
    Springfield...serious ba! Share anang recipe sa imong penne pasta with alfredo sauce with white wine and sauteed mushrrooms topped with shrimp scampi beh!

    Also can you enlighten me on the correct way to make carbonara. Ang uabn utangan ug itlog then uban cream ra gyud. Unsa man gyud?

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    BEATRIZ .... the original carbonara AFAIK is naa gyuy WHIPPED EGGS .

    Regarding sa penne pasta , sauteed mushrooms with white wine and shrimp sampi , I dont have a real secret persaonal recipe but kana siya na combination is to be considered one of the food of the gods .

    Same ra gud sa regul;ar na recipes , its just that ang kicker niya is topped with shrimp scampi whom you rarely see in the menus on any Italian dishes .
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    @dexterdal

    kalimot ko kung unsay sakto nga term ana sa nahabilin sa pan...pan juices ra ang mo come into mind...kung tambok ang imong gi luto naa na jud na sagol fats...but if you cook the lean part of the meat, walay fats.

    dili man na maka high blood kung ang gi luto is dili fatty.

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    Galadriel ... its AU JUS after mixing it with the stock or simmred water . But still adding cornstarch or all purpose flour to thicken it makes it a gravy already but murag naay kuwang lang gihapon whom the MSG ingredients makes up for it kalimot ko sa ngalan . ANyways , no matter how much we swore to avoid MSG ... unknowingly , we are still taking it up in other forms of food hehehe .
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    i just use salt and pepper to season. di nako makaya ang result sa msg.

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    salt and pepper all the way!

    how are you guys with pies? i love making pineapple and apple pies with my sisters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumps_zilla
    salt and pepper all the way!

    how are you guys with pies? i love making pineapple and apple pies with my sisters.
    pig pie raman akong paburito ug bahug-bahug..... nyahhh nyahhhh

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    when baking apple pies...mas advisable ang green ones and add cinnamon and sugar to make it more yummy

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    that's right. Granny Smiths are the best for making apple pie. they don't become too soft after baking.

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