Cooking is my hobby. I have a wide variety of cook books love trying new techniques etc. I am interested in what everyone else has been most proud of cooking. I have to admit mine is not just one recipe, it is a Thai/Cambodian Banquet I made for my friends last year Beef Musimann, Thai Fish Curry, Cambodian Pork and Pineapple curry, fish satay and chicken satay. I made everything from scratch it tasted great and my friends several of whom travel extensively in the Far East loved it.
I made an enormous moghlai biryani with saffron and apricots and lamb for a party once - recipe from the Madhur Jaffrey Curry Bible. It is the most fabulous and impressive recipe I have ever managed to pull off.
DH claims to still dream about it - if it didn't take an entire bloody weekend to make we might have it more often!!
(this is a slightly modified version of the recipe but gives you an idea how long it takes)
Tartiflette is pretty great. Waitrose stocks the Reblochon cheese you need.
I do it approximately this way, but it's more than rich enough without the cream. Tip: slice the cheese horizontally so you have big cheese wheels, not slices.
You can make a vegetarian version by swapping the bacon for mushrooms.
If I hadn't just had roast beef and finally worked out the secret of roast potatoes like my grandma's (use beef brisket, cook the potatoes slowly around the meat so they suck up the juices), my mouth would be watering.