(Closed) Newlyweds: Anybody learning to cook different cuisine?

posted 8 years ago in Married Life
Post # 3
614 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

mememe! I love trying new foods! In the past I stuck to Italian food since that’s what I was raised on. Since my husband doesn’t eat a lot of pasta or fried food, I’ve had a lot of fun branching out. I’ve made miso soup, creole stew, tandoori chicken with naan bread, lettuce wraps, Chinese 5-spice pork chops, bok choy several ways, orange-soy chicken… the list goes on! Most of our meals are some other nationality, lol. Our pantry is full of everything from fish sauce to fajita seasoning. We love different food!

Post # 4
1569 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 1996

Cuban food sounds like a fun experiment! We’re always trying out different and new types of foods, with a lot of various Indian recipes lately – and not just the familiar recipes you get at Indian restaurants, either. We’ve found a lot of them that are bury-your-face-in-the-plate delicious. We’re also going through a lot of different types of homemade ice cream flavors.

Most of our cooking originates in countries around the world. It’s not unusual, when my husband cooks dinner, for me to take a bite and say “This is fantastic – wait, what country is this from again?”

Post # 6
7431 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

I make all kinds go stuff, trying my hand at sushi now since we love it but can’t afford to go out as much as we want it!  I have been trying to do more with veggies and not so much meat, since the hubs is a meat fiend its been a challenge. He has a soft spot for butternut squash thanks to me, so I just made a butternut squash lasagna for dinner the other night which turned out awesome!

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