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    Default Favorite recipes

    This is a place to post your favorite recipes for random things. Doesn't have to be a precise measurement obviously just some good ideas.

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    i have a killer flank steak that i want to cook, but i am grounded from any fire if i am trashed ..... grrrrrrr... x****
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    Mashed potatoes with nutmeg, white pepper, salt, maple syrup, butter, and whipping cream are damn good.

    I've been looking for a caesar dressing reciepe (not the creamy kind), one that has garlic, mustard, eggs, and then maybe anchovies, I just cannot remember what else goes in it.
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    Son of a bitch. Now you have me wanting to barbeque

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    Default Re: Favorite recipes

    As a good side dish if you get those shredded Ore Ida hashbrowns you cook them up with Garlic, seasoning salt and pepper and parmesan cheese. Then when they are almost done lay them out as flat as you can and spread them on the pan. Put shredded cheese on the top and when it melts flip one half over onto it like an omlette. Then you can divide the potato omlette between as many as you need. Tastes so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JClemy View Post
    As a good side dish if you get those shredded Ore Ida hashbrowns you cook them up with Garlic, seasoning salt and pepper and parmesan cheese. Then when they are almost done lay them out as flat as you can and spread them on the pan. Put shredded cheese on the top and when it melts flip one half over onto it like an omlette. Then you can divide the potato omlette between as many as you need. Tastes so good.
    That sounds good I like potato omlette type things, is Ore Ida a brand or something?
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    Default Re: Favorite recipes

    yea I'm sure you can get other ones here in Canada but we always get those from the states cause they stay together really well. Ore Ida is my preferred brand. I suppose if you like Egg you could use that too and make it actually an omlette. It would give it a good consistency.

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    All you slow-cooker/crock-pot folks...I got a BOMB-ASS Ropa Vieja (think of it as Carribean style pot-roast) recipe if you want it. Just lemme know. Don't wanna spend time typing it out if you're not interested.
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    Is it spicy? You gave me great advice about San Diego last year. This year delicious pot roast would be great! Unless it's a crazy amount of work to type out

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    Eh...no worries...I'll type it.

    But you need a crock-pot to make it...it's a slow-cooked thing...throw it in before ya go to work in the morning, and it's ready when ya get home.

    I'll post it in a few minutes when I have been able to type it up.


    PS - glad the advice for San Diego worked out for ya.
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    Having trouble posting it for some reason...I'll try it again later...

    EDIT: I think it's the list codes that I used...brb
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    Grrr...it's starting to piss me off.

    When I try to post the recipe, the site doesn't load...it just sits there. But when I post short posts like this, it works for some reason. Is this another site glitch like the downtime we had earlier?
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    i just decided to go easy .... flat iron steak, stuffed with a lb of bacon, shitake shrooms, and a bit of butter ... in the oven right now ... x*****
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    Quote Originally Posted by canexplain View Post
    i just decided to go easy .... flat iron steak, stuffed with a lb of bacon, shitake shrooms, and a bit of butter ... in the oven right now ... x*****
    Holy crap that sounds good!

    How long do you bake it for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubBass49 View Post
    Holy crap that sounds good!

    How long do you bake it for?
    not sure lol .. i called my gal in Nc and ask her to call me back in like an hour to make sure i didnt burn up the house ..... i am so worthless lol .. day in a life ... so up to see how it looks .... yummmy ... x**** wow its is suppose to snow up to two feet here
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    Gonna be making a Chicken with Masala-Wine cream sauce & pasta dish tonight...mmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubBass49 View Post
    Gonna be making a Chicken with Masala-Wine cream sauce & pasta dish tonight...mmmmm
    yum, we had a cookoff at my work last year, i won first prize, this year i went with a chicken stew kind of thing ... fail .. so good luck, sounds good ... x****
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubBass49 View Post
    Gonna be making a Chicken with Masala-Wine cream sauce & pasta dish tonight...mmmmm
    Aw damn i love masala wine sauces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canexplain View Post
    i just decided to go easy .... flat iron steak, stuffed with a lb of bacon, shitake shrooms, and a bit of butter ... in the oven right now ... x*****

    This also sounds good.
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    Damn Ropa Vieja recipe still won't post for some reason, so I uploaded it as a text file.

    http://www.zshare.net/download/9807139e68f7db/

    Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubBass49 View Post
    Damn Ropa Vieja recipe still won't post for some reason, so I uploaded it as a text file.

    http://www.zshare.net/download/9807139e68f7db/

    Enjoy.
    I saved it, will have to try it out, got a half cow essentially in my freezer from my rancher uncle (its all butchered and what not but would be essentially half a cow)....

    Just ate some braised beef shortribs I cooked for probably 4 or 5 hours... tasty.
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    That Ropa Vieja sounds delicious. I think I might try it with Jalapeno's instead of the bell peppers for a little kick.

    I made a baked pasta dish tonight with Zuchini, Carrot, Onion, Asparagus and a whole bunch of spices in the sauce. I love the pre shredded cheese so easy and delicious.

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    No doubt...I think even jalapenos lose their kick a bit when you slow-cook 'em though...

    A better bet would be adding a 1/2 teaspoon of powdered cayenne pepper during the first step of the recipe. If you stir it in well, it'll distribute the heat really nicely.
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    I am all for crock pot & pressure cooker recipes. I have finally gotten around to organizing my kitchen a bit and am making an effort not to live off of takeout.

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    rice-a-roni + water + olive oil = the extent of my culinary knowledge. BUT i am looking to expand that a little, so thank you for posting these

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    Another good and easy recipe is to chop up some chicken, throw it in a pan on the stove (medium heat) with a little sesame oil or canola oil...sprinkle in some chopped up garlic, some brown sugar, and some soy sauce...and....

    You got chicken teriyaki.

    Cook up some jasmine rice like I posted in the Ropa Vieja recipe, and you've got a nice meal. Quick & easy as hell.
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    Chicken mole, Mexican rice and a flour tortilla to scoop that mixture up. I don't know the recipe, you just make the chicken and the mole. Cut that beast up into pieces and blend it in with the rice. Scoop it up and eat it. It's my favorite food after pizza.

    EDIT: Another one. Chicken Ramen noodles with Louisiana hot sauce. That's it.
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    If you ever find out the mole recipe, let us know...
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    If your BBQing some burgers and want a nice addition is to fry up some onions and throw some sugar in with the onions. Any sugar works and it gives a little different flavor depending on which ones you use. I find it works best if you put the sugar on near the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traviscanada View Post
    Mashed potatoes with nutmeg, white pepper, salt, maple syrup, butter, and whipping cream are damn good.
    Nutmeg is the key to making great mashed potatoes. I usually boil, peel, bake, and then hand-strain them through a wire strainer, and then mash them with everything you listed (minus maple syrup) plus fresh grated parmesan cheese and crushed garlic.

    My go-to recipe is macaroni and cheese made with brie. I make the cheese sauce from scratch and throw in crushed garlic (which I do with most dishes) and chardonnay sauce. I could get laid in France with that dish.
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