Thanks to Tale for the title idea. XD This thread is just a casual place for people to post pictures and recipes of stuff they've cooked, just to share your kitchen creations with your friends here on KHV. You don't need to be a great cook to post here, you can just make a post about a sandwich you feel particularly proud of, if you're in the mood. XD I'll start things off with my first attempt at beef lo mein. So for the beef, I seared it with almost a full container of beef broth (But it was straight from the freezer to the pan, so if you thaw the meat out first, you shouldn't need as much broth) and spiced it with garlic powder, onion powder, coriander, salt, pepper, and dried chives. Then I just let it cook for awhile, stirring it occasionally. I just bought pre-cut beef for stews, but the pieces ended up being really big, so I recommend either cutting those pieces in half, or just getting your own beef and cutting it to size yourself. I also overcooked it and it was too tough, lol, so watch the meat. XD The vegetables are pretty simple: It's just a green pepper, half a yellow onion, three stalks of celery, half a zucchini, a small box of fresh mushrooms, a roma tomato, and again, dried chives (though fresh would be amazing if you don't already have dried chives and aren't trying to save money. XD) I just cut the veggies into slices or bite sized pieces, and fried them with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic and onion powder, and coriander. I also recommend adding water chestnuts, which I forgot to buy and really missed while I was eating it. Then, boil lo mein noodles in water, adding a touch of soy sauce before you strain them, for flavor. Once the beef is cooked, mix it with the vegetables, and do a taste test. Add more spices if you don't think you added enough, and feel free to add your own spices if you think they'd taste good with it. And finally, toss the stir-fry with the strained lo mein noodles, and there you go, a decent batch of beef lo mein. XD (You can make it with chicken if you prefer, just use chicken broth instead of beef, obvi.) XD * * * So, now you guys feel free to post your own recipes, with or without pictures, whenever you feel like you made a pretty good meal and you want to share it. EDIT: Soooo another note; I realize tomato and zucchini aren't exactly found in a normal lo mein, lol, but I didn't even know this was going to be lo mein until I found a box of lo mein noodles in the cupboard halfway through cooking the meal, so I had just picked veggies I thought would taste good together, lol. SO if you want to make it a bit more traditional, replace the tomato and zucchini with sugar peas and carrots, and if you also remember the water chestnuts, it should turn out really nice.