What are you eating or cooking?

We all know how food is prevalent in the Hitman series as it is a main focus of ways to poison your targets.

As a Professional chef, foodie and eater I’d love to learn about all of your favorite foods or ethnic dishes that make up your heritage being that this Forum has members from around the world.

I am Greek & Italian primarily so mediterranean food is what I grew up with but as Chef I’ve learned to cook almost any cuisine from Indian, Asian, European.

You can share pics, recipes, or stories of how food has impacted who you are, what you are eating (fast food too!) what you are cooking. Anything about food!

To start of the new updated Forum here are a few.

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One of many peoples favourite threads. Glad to see it in the new space.


Hula Pie and a Lava Flo

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Love it! Looks sinfully delicious.

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We celebrate Christmas on the 24th here in Denmark.

So it would only be fitting to upload Christmas food.


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I’m going to cook my mum’s Dorito Pasta. Ingredient are chicken, peppers, cut tomatoes, tin of chopped tomatoes, teaspoon of sugar, a small tub of Philadelphia light, pasta. Put it into a pot. Cover the top of the pot with Doritos and mozzarella cheese. Put in the oven for 10 minutes. It’s quite nice.

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o_o im sure it’s good

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I think in a traditional meal, it would be breadcrumbs instead of Dorito crisps. No idea where mum got the idea. She also loved to put baked beans into Chilli Con Carne. She was a great cook though honestly.

All the food isn’t enough on Christmas, we Danes also have Christmas lunch the day after. Where we basically just use a hole day drinking and eating.

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Very nice. Was trying to reply to reply to your post yesterday but due to being a newbie again I was told I replied too many times. Hopefully be regular again soon.

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We celebrated my Moms 70th Bday. She asked me to make her Sushi and fresh from scratch buttercream and a vanilla cake. Real buttercream not powdered sugar. Boil sugar and water to soft ball stage 238-240 degrees F while egg yolks are whipping you pour the boiling sugar carefully to not scramble eggs which stabilizes the egg mixture. Then you add ridiculous amounts of unsalted butter and vanilla. Lol. Came out great. Yes I messed up the decoration because the butter got to soft. Oh well

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I’m conserving my posts bc I’m not yet back to normal :joy:
@Norseman that’s looks good! I hope you had a very Happy Christmas with your family.
@Chef-assassin I suppose at 70 she can have whatever she wants. Looks delicious!

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Christmas Prime Rib pics from three sides so you can appreciate the beauty. This one came out GREAT!

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First time I made roasted chicken, turned out pretty great - also afterwards plucked the remaining meat off the bones, so we gonna have that today for lunch today hehe

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Made a cheesecake with chocolate ganache for Christmas :slight_smile:

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That’s looks so good!

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I do love Christmas food. Pork Roast, Duck roast, potatoes covered in sugar and butter, Red cabbage (pickled) and currant jelly. Then the day after it’s more food and a lot of drinking.

Hopefully I won’t be long before you and others are regulars again.

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My parents (more specifically, probably, my chocoholic step-mother) gave me four different kinds of super-rich Mackinac Island fudge for Christmas. This is the English walnut.

Also got plain chocolate, maple and chocolate peanut butter. I’m trying not to eat it all in one weekend. :grin:

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What I am eating.

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i love their raspberry cheesecake variant :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

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I’ll have to try that one.

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