Old 19th October 2009, 02:05   #401
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Hope you feel better soon.

I wanna see a pic though! Make sure you use Elmer's Glue so it looks like "real" milk
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Old 19th October 2009, 02:50   #402
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Prime Rib at The Keg



Looks and tastes a heck of a lot better than corn pops, even when you use chocolate milk for the corn pops.
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Old 19th October 2009, 04:01   #403
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Personally I like them medium well, but that's one big, good lookin hunk of meat.

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Old 27th October 2009, 19:53   #404
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Wow... that looks soooo nice and bloody Yummy!

I made sesame chicken with broccoli last night. I finally made the perfect sauce for it too!



Tonight I'm makin breaded chicken stuffed with stuffing, onions and cranberries. *nom nom*
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Old 27th October 2009, 20:57   #406
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I made scallop chowder. Fish chowders are easy. 2 strips of chopped bacon cooked in the soup pot. Pour most of the grease off. Put in chopped fish (scallops this time, but you can use salmon, halibut, clams...) and brown it. Make a roux. I nuke some potato at the same time.

Add milk, nuked potato (pull off the skin). Bring to a boil. Simmer a few minutes to let the milk thicken up. Salt, optionally saffron or safflower. Fresh ground black pepper.

You need some good bread and butter to go with.
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Old 27th October 2009, 21:30   #407
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Day-yum that sounds good! We have some pretty good cooks here.
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Old 27th October 2009, 22:15   #408
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left overs from a few days back since i had to eat at my job.

we can only get lunch between 11.30 and 14.00 hours
when my shift is from 12.45 until 21.15 i take something with me that can be put in the microwave.

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You and/or Mrs Nick a good cook? You could post some recipes!
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Old 28th October 2009, 00:53   #410
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@ Lain ~ looks good! But, where's the broccoli?

What did you do for the sauce? I'm looking to try Sesame Chicken some day, but I never know if internet sauce recipes are going to turn out well or not.

Tonight was simple - hot dogs and burgers on the grille (I had made the burger patties - lean ground beef with spices and peppers mixed in - on a wax-papered cookie sheet and froze a couple weeks ago). That and some boiled-in-salt-water corn on the cob. I live where corn is extremely abundant, inexpensive, and fresh. Simple and good.

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swingdjted, There is broccoli! Just on the side

I used this recipe http://blogchef.net/sesame-chicken-recipe/

The batter and marinade amazing, but I modified the sauce to this because his recipe is too sweet!

2 T honey
2 T Ketchup
2 T Sugar
1 T Vinegar
1/2 T Sesame Oil
1 t. soy sace
1 t. cornstarch

Widdy, I'm in upstate NY!
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^ooooo Fall in Upstate. You near the track?

I know the season for Saratoga is over. I loved it when I was there one August!


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Old 28th October 2009, 18:26   #413
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Bangers and mash with onion gravy.

Couldn't be arsed with veg tonight.

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I used to live right downtown! But it was a crappy apartment and I moved out towards McGregor Mountain, not too far from town.

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Old 28th October 2009, 20:46   #418
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^ Yo, Ujay! Ya' better explain that to some of the Americans, who may not know what that is...
If we didn't know what that was, we've never visited the local Irish pub. Bangers and some Guinness are within walking distance.

Basically, it's banger sausages, mashed potato and onion gravy. Best with a pint.

I dunno. Maybe it's my mostly hessian heritage but I like polish sausage, mashed potatoes and sauerkraut with a pilsner

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Old 28th October 2009, 23:11   #419
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swingdjted, There is broccoli! Just on the side

I used this recipe http://blogchef.net/sesame-chicken-recipe/

The batter and marinade amazing, but I modified the sauce to this because his recipe is too sweet!

2 T honey
2 T Ketchup
2 T Sugar
1 T Vinegar
1/2 T Sesame Oil
1 t. soy sace
1 t. cornstarch

Widdy, I'm in upstate NY!
Thanks. I'd really like to try that some time.

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Old 29th October 2009, 02:10   #420
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banger sausages
Are bangers a particular type of sausage? I always thought it was a colloquial for sausages in general. Learn something new every day.
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Old 29th October 2009, 02:29   #421
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Yes, bangers would be more of a type really. Designed to be cooked from raw, rather than pre-cured, They should still be juicy, not dry, when eaten.

The modern trend is to use 100% meat but I favour a certain amount of rusk added to hold the juices,

Traditional bangers were cheap and what they contained was often of doubtful provenance

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^ Like most really tasty foods!
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Old 29th October 2009, 20:22   #423
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Poppy seed ham and swiss sandwiches. Never tried it with mustard as several online recipes suggest. Usually, we only have these after Christmas, to use up the remaining ham.
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It's Friday; Monday through Thursday were marathon days and yet I got out of work at a decent hour today. On my way home I contemplated what I'd have to pick up to put together for dinner, but didn't bother, figuring I would ask the other half first. I walked in, the place was sparkling clean, and there were Subway sandwiches and a new 6-pack of Sam Adams Oktoberfest sitting in the refrigerator. I thought I'd have to figure out what to do for food, but it was all taken care of. Lucky day I guess.

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Saturday is easy or fast food day

BBQ chicken Pizza.......

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More hot dogs on the grille.

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2 Turkey TV dinners which gave me a hell of a belly ache. I guess I am not used to eating junk.
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Old 8th November 2009, 20:11   #428
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Really simple, but really good.

Lasagna with ricotta cheese. Have not eaten yet, but will make tonight.

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Ingredients:

* 8 ounces lasagna noodles
* 2 tablespoons salt for cooking water
* 1 tablespoon olive oil
* 16 ounces low fat ricotta cheese
* 8 ounces sliced Mozzarella cheese
* Sauce
* 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
* .
* Sauce
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* 1/2 cup finely chopped onion
* 2 cloves garlic, minced
* 3 tablespoons olive oil
* 1 pound ground chuck or round
* 1 large can (28 ounces) tomatoes
* 1 can (6 ounces) tomato paste
* 2 teaspoons salt
* pinch cayenne pepper
* 1 teaspoon sugar
* 1/4 teaspoon dried basil
* 1 bay leaf
* 2 cups water

Preparation:
Start sauce about 30 to 45 minutes in advance.
Sauté onion and garlic in olive oil until onions are soft; add ground beef and brown. Pour off excess fat. Add remaining ingredients; stir well. Simmer slowly, uncovered, for 1 hour.

Cook noodles in boiling water with 2 tablespoons of salt for about 25 minutes, or until tender, stirring frequently to prevent sticking. Drain; add 1 tablespoon olive oil. Arrange noodles in a shallow 2 1/2-quart baking dish. Make 3 layers each of noodles, ricotta cheese, Mozzarella cheese, meat sauce, and Parmesan cheese. Bake, uncovered, at 325° for 45 minutes.
Serves 6.
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^ Looks good. I make a bad bechamel sauce(which I always think is essential to a Lasagna). So I make stuffed shells.
Whole ricotta cheese, Mozzarella and Parm Reg..(don't forget the nutmeg)! Way fattening!
Oh for you another version of Lasagna(which I don't make)
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I made some Gnocchi with marinara.

Recipe

http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives...er-recipe.html
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^ I have never tried making my own Gnocchi. That's pretty impressive.
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rice maybe.
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^ Uh..No thanks, I just ate! If you look in this thread you will see we have a lot of good cooks here!
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You might like the Italian potato dumpling, but Kartoffelkloesse, the German version rules:

http://www.recipezaar.com/Kartoffelk...umplings-59894

The recipe says "Day Two" fry them in butter to reheat. Day Two?

I didn't have any sauerbrauten, but corn beef and cabbage works.
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Potato dumplings are the universal language. Sex, beer, cognac, potato dumplings, a good dog. Stuff of life.

I love exploring food. So many people. So many good ethnic eats. Whether it's bangers or sushi, count me in

In keeping with that sentiment, having midnight munchies and a local asian market I visited this afternoon. I recommend Tom Yum the best thing Thailand has to offer. F**k me this is good! You can use chicken instead of shrimp. It might even be mo betta'

http://thaifood.about.com/od/oodleso...yumnoodles.htm

Use all optional ingredients. It may not cure cancer, but it should. If you can't find Nam Prik Pao use Cholula. If you can buy a bottle of Nam Prik Pao, your stir fry is gonna love dat.

Tom Yum gst's the rockouthippie kudos to Thailand for HELLA GOOD!

Make a gallon! It will be gone and u want mo

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I just started a New England Boiled Dinner.
The secrets in the Sauce
Glazed Topping
1 Tbl. Soy
1 Tbl. Water
1 Tbl. Dark Brown Sugar
2tsp. Paprika
1/2 tsp. Ground Ginger
Coat on The Corned beef and put in oven at 350 for 15 minutes after simmering. It turns out well everytime.

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Pull out an extra place setting Widdy. I'll be over in 5.
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^ You'd be welcome anytime. You know, I made really good peasant meal...Here's the thing. I just fed a male bud. It was a pretty big piece of meat and I had Parsnips, Savoy Cabbage, Carrots, pealed small red potatoes, and an onion spiked with clove...I coulda' set myself on fire and ran around the room and he wouldn't have looked up.
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I coulda' set myself on fire and ran around the room and he wouldn't have looked up.
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Interesting how that can happen, isn't it? It's not just limited the us males either.
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