I'm a big foodie, a person that loves food. I've always liked to cook as well which is something to many people I know do not know how to do. I took 4 years of Culinary classes while in high school and it all paid off. I can eat much healthier food at a cheaper price than you would think. I tend to stay away from frozen and fast food unless I really need to. I've recently been showing my room mate how to cook so that he can swoon his new gf (that shit works). So here is a thread to talk about what you ate, what you've cooked, or what you would like to know about cooking. I'll help you guys out if you need some tips. FYI, I'm not to good on baking things however I'm not "bad" at it either. Just not my highlight. Last night I made a pretty cheap dinner. I took some cocktail smokies sausages, a red, yellow, and green pepper, onion, and yellow rice to make this kick ass meal. I've got enough left overs for 2 days at least. Very easy to make and only took about 30 minutes total.