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    Food we like to eat (cooked at home).

    this can be food your mom, wife, girlfriend, boyfriend or yourself cooks that you really like. You must include the recipe so we all can enjoy or get sick over it.
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    Dunkins

    for 2, take 1/2 of a stick of real butter melt it in a frying pan (cast iron prefered).
    add enough minced fresh garlic to almost cover the entire bottom of the pan.

    fry 2 cube steaks in this, remove the meat then place the pan with all the grease and garlic in the middle of the table.

    take a fresh loaf of good Italian bread and rip off a chunk (slicing not allowed).

    now wipe the bread in the pan and load it up with the grease and garlic.

    This is some real good stuff, caution your arteries will hate you for at least a week but it's worth it.
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    Oatmeal is the only thing I know how to cook. I heat water in the microwave and then pour it over a cup of Quaker Oats. Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavLaw View Post
    for 2, take 1/2 of a stick of real butter melt it in a frying pan (cast iron prefered).
    add enfough minced fresh garlic to almost cover the entire bottom of the pan.

    .......

    This is some real good stuff, caution your arteries will hate you for at least a week but it's worth it.
    Try this same recipe, put some Old Bay Seasoning and fresh ground black pepper in there with the garlic, replace the cube steak with peeled raw shrimp. It's quick and delicious.
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    Chicken with Dijon Caper Sauce over angel hair pasta

    cook some boneless skinless chicken breasts with just a touch of olive oil in a skillet (preferably cast iron)
    Prepare angel hair pasta.
    Remove chicken, set aside.

    Sautee chopped onions in the same pan till golden.
    Add a hint of garlic at the end of the cooking time.
    Deglaze the pan with some chicken stock or white wine (preferred)
    let it cook down a bit, then add Dijon Mustard
    After a moment of stirring, add in capers. Stir, and serve.

    It's a very strongly flavored sauce that goes a long way, but it's mouth watering. Serve over pasta with the chicken breast on top.
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    Ducky, that sounds good - I do one like that and use a little lemon peel and garlic instead of capers.

    I also tend to bake the chicken rather than fry, but the Costco chicken breasts turn out better that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maclean View Post
    Ducky, that sounds good - I do one like that and use a little lemon peel and garlic instead of capers.

    I also tend to bake the chicken rather than fry, but the Costco chicken breasts turn out better that way.
    I find frying them lends a hint of the flavor to the sauce, and since they're not breaded it doesn't add a lot to the fat content. I'm gong to have to try the lemon idea though, I used to do a lemon basil marinade on baked chicken that would knock your socks off.

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    shred about 5 carrots after washing and peeling them
    add about 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
    add 2 or 3 cans (the small kind) of mandarin oranges
    raisins are optional, so are walnuts

    mix together

    i take it to work as a quick salad. it lasts for a long time
    and wakes me up.

    i will post a cooking one later lol
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    As alot of you know, I do not cook. I do however bake, cookies, pies, etc. I found this recipe and it is pretty good.


    1/4 lb white chocolate (I have substituted this with Nestle's morsels using milk chocolate and dark chocolate)

    1/4 cup raisins

    1/4 cup whole blanched almonds (again I have substitued with peanuts, macadamia nuts, cashews etc)

    1. Place chocolate in a 1 quart measuring cup (any 1 qt pyrex dish will do) for 1 1/2-2 minutes at Power 7, until melted, stir twice. Stir in raisins and almonds.

    2. Pour mixture in a thin layer onto waxed paper; cool thoroughly, break into pieces and enjoy.

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    Food

    I don't cook much and don't have the recipes, but:

    -Mother can make very good chicken and dumplings

    -Wife can make tasty cheeseburger with family secret family recipe to baste it with

    -I like to cook thin sliced sandwich steak, add cheese, abd put it on a bun

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    I don't know how to cook.
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    Ummmm, what if I don't like thumbs in my butt?

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    I wonder if we can get enough recipes together for a cookbook?
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    ITALIAN CHILI

    1 pound of Italian hot sausage (hot) scramble it in a bit of olive oil. add one small chopped onion, cook until meat is done. Now add 1 can of red kidney beans (drain off 1/2 the juice) simmer until the beans are almost mushy........

    CAUTION.......this dish does create some nasty gas. Eat in a well ventilated area.
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    LEF cook book, sounds good, all proceeds could go to assist LEF's costs, or into a fund for donations (tax write off???). Something to think about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    Oatmeal is the only thing I know how to cook. I heat water in the microwave and then pour it over a cup of Quaker Oats. Yum!
    Um, I see the oats but I dont see a meal.

    I make a bitchen spaghetti, but I have refined it so I have to post the recipe later (i have it written out at home). Its the stick to your ribs kind, not all watery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack View Post
    LEF cook book, sounds good, all proceeds could go to assist LEF's costs, or into a fund for donations (tax write off???). Something to think about.
    Good idea, I nominate Term. to be in charge of this one

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    I don't have specific amounts for this recipe, as i put in how much 'feels' right

    sautee onions and garlic in butter, add green/red/yellow peppers and mushrooms (mushrooms sliced, everything else chopped) add balsamic vinegar, cook till peppers slightly soft, add equal amounts of sour cream and water. Add some horseradish and squeeze some juice from a fresh orange into it.

    Serve w/pork chops or loin, broiled with rosemary and some juice squeezed from a fresh orange on it as well. I serve the sauce on top of the pork and usually have rice pilaf and green beans on the side.
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    Easy Mac
    Pour macaroni and cheese powder into bowl.
    Add some water.
    Microwave for three minutes.

    Bcups, help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vengeance05 View Post
    Easy Mac
    Pour macaroni and cheese powder into bowl.
    Add some water.
    Microwave for three minutes.

    Bcups, help!
    Oh, you poor thing. Here's something just as easy but a little bit better:


    2 cups elbow macaroni, uncooked

    12 oz Velveeta, cut into small cubes

    1/4 cups cheddar cheese, shredded or cut into small cubes

    1/3 cup half & half or milk

    1/8 tsp. red or black pepper

    Cook macaroni as directed on package; drain well. Remove pan from heat, then return noodles to pan.

    Add remaining ingredients; mix well. Cook on low heat until cheese and Velveeta are completely melted and mixture is well blended, stirring frequently.




 

 
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