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03-05-10, 6:12 PM

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Dragon-Scales said:
Just gotta be sure u finish everything :P
yeah... same here... although that's never been a problem for me ;-)
 
03-06-10, 2:36 AM

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Microwave chicken patties on burger buns! Yum! ^_^


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03-07-10, 2:48 PM

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On my way to making bacon and chocolate chip cookies. :D


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03-07-10, 4:28 PM

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sbyrstall said:
On my way to making bacon and chocolate chip cookies. :D

O.O ummmmmmmmm..................ok?????
 
03-07-10, 5:11 PM

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I had roast pork with crackling and all the trimmings

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03-07-10, 5:30 PM

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Simple sirloin burger patties on toasted rye.
 
03-07-10, 5:52 PM

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Dragon-Scales said:
sbyrstall said:
On my way to making bacon and chocolate chip cookies. :D

O.O ummmmmmmmm..................ok?????
It's actually pretty good. Remember...everything is better with chocolate and bacon. ;)


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03-07-10, 6:55 PM

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sbyrstall said:
Dragon-Scales said:
sbyrstall said:
On my way to making bacon and chocolate chip cookies. :D

O.O ummmmmmmmm..................ok?????
It's actually pretty good. Remember...everything is better with chocolate and bacon. ;)


*SHUDDER*
 
03-10-10, 12:58 PM

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Tonight I'm making biscuits and gravy.
 
03-10-10, 5:32 PM

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ohh buddy just took me out for Chinese food
I'm one contented lil dragon :P purrrrrrrrrr
 
03-10-10, 7:09 PM

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Yeah, that'll last for like 2 hours. Then he'll have to take you out again.
 
03-11-10, 9:39 AM

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Hakujou said:
Yeah, that'll last for like 2 hours. Then he'll have to take you out again.


:P~~ his wife would kill him if he took me out again n didn't bring her :)
course his kids would want to come too :)
This was a thank u for helping him out with his truck (my brother-in-law is a mechanic)
 
03-11-10, 9:45 AM

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Chicken green pepper Chilli in Black bean sauce - with Vegatable Noodles with stir fry veg and Pork

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03-17-10, 5:21 PM

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Ground pork sauteed with carmelized garlic, salt and pepper. Added to it a puree of fresh cilantro, basil, mint leaves and lime leaves. Sauteed that until the water cooked off to let the oils come out. Then to that I added some rice with tomato sauce and mixed it all together. I have to say the lime and mint add a nice flavor and aroma to the dish.

 
03-18-10, 1:42 PM

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Krimson said:
Ground pork sauteed with carmelized garlic, salt and pepper. Added to it a puree of fresh cilantro, basil, mint leaves and lime leaves. Sauteed that until the water cooked off to let the oils come out. Then to that I added some rice with tomato sauce and mixed it all together. I have to say the lime and mint add a nice flavor and aroma to the dish.



Hmmm! Sounds like way too much work for me! I'll just pop some Hot Pockets in the microwave and chow down on them tonight! ^_^


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03-18-10, 4:37 PM

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Tonight I grilled some steaks with fresh crab pasta and wilted greens.^_^
 
03-18-10, 4:46 PM

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I don't know if I'm doing dinner tonight... I had sushi with my sister for lunch :P
 
03-18-10, 8:04 PM

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Just finishing off a batch of miso soup I made the other day. I usually let the kelp cook for at least an hour before adding the other ingredients. Though miso soup is pretty simple. Kelp, pressed tofu, miso paste and green onion. Trick is you don't want the water to do more than bubble when you add the miso as boiling it can kill off nutrients.
 
03-21-10, 5:41 PM

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Ok... Tofu Stirfry, Basmati Rice, Miso soup (sorry it's instant :P), some pickled ginger and a Ramune :P
 
09-30-10, 6:05 PM

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Dragon-Scales said:
Ok... Tofu Stirfry, Basmati Rice, Miso soup (sorry it's instant :P), some pickled ginger and a Ramune :P


OMG Dragon-Scales, did you make that? It looks so good!
 
09-30-10, 6:13 PM

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Marinated Grilled Tilapia

This is the marinade for Tilapia:

1/4 C. oil
1/2 of a lemon squeezed
1 T. Oregano (I used 1/2 T)
1/2 t. black pepper
1/4 C. Balsamic Vinegar (I used the balsamic vinagrette salad dressing)
1/2 t. Parsley
2 Garlic cloves, minced

2 Dashes Tabasco (opps, I forgot to put that in).

Then cook it and enjoy.
 
10-01-10, 6:14 AM

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Banana Peanut Butter Brownie Pizza

One 2 1/2oz package brownie mix
One 8 oz pkg. cream cheese
1/4 C. sugar
1/4 C. peanut butter
3 bananas, sliced
1/4 C. nut
2 squares semi-sweet chocolate
2 t. butter

Preheat oven to 270, Spray pizza pan with some pam. Prepare the brownie mix and spread on pizza pan. Bake, then cool. Mix cream cheese, sugar, peanut butter w/electric mixer. Spread over brownie. Put banana slice over the spread. Cook Semi sweet chocolate and butter. Put on your nuts. (no joke there please). Drizzle the melted chocolate.

BEWARE: This is so good that if you make it once you'll make it twice and maybe even more after that.
 
10-01-10, 3:11 PM

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Sounds delicious, alyssav. I've got to try that. Here's a delicious, easy one for banana pudding fans.

Banana Pudding

2 pkgs instant banana cream pudding
1 pkg instant vanilla pudding
2 cups milk
8 oz sour cream
20 oz whipped topping
Mini Nilla wafers
Sliced bananas

Mix pudding mix and milk until blended. Mix in sour cream. Fold in whipped topping. Adding wafers and bananas to your liking. Viola!!

Simple, ne? But one of my kids (and my) favorites. We love banana pudding, and this is soooo easy. :) Enjoy.

(Warning: This recipe makes enough to feed a small army) LMAO
 
10-02-10, 2:28 AM

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BARBECUE CHICKEN HOT POCKETS

--remove from plastic packaging
--stick in microwave oven
--cook for 3 minutes 30 seconds
--remove from oven
--enjoy with grape Kool-Aid

Life is good! ^_^


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10-02-10, 9:14 AM

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PhillyFlash said:
BARBECUE CHICKEN HOT POCKETS

--remove from plastic packaging
--stick in microwave oven
--cook for 3 minutes 30 seconds
--remove from oven
--enjoy with grape Kool-Aid

Life is good! ^_^


Your too funny Phillyflash. However, my son would agree with you on that. He's discovered the sloppy joe ones. The kid eats them for breakfast!
 
10-02-10, 9:33 AM

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Chelle, since were on "banana" subject. I have a great banana bread recipe that melts in your mouth. I've made many different banana bread recipes and they've never been this good. Add in some walnuts or even some chocolate chips.

BTW, Chelle - I'm gonna make that banana pudding for my boys. My husband is requesting a dessert!


Melt in Your Mouth Banana Bread


3 or 4 ripe bananas, smashed
1/3 C. Melted butter
1 C. Sugar (can easily reduce to 3/4 C.)
1 Egg, beaten
1 t. Vanilla
1 t. Baking soda
Pinch of salt
1 1/2 C. Flour

Preheat Oven to 350F, Mix banana and butter together, add in sugar, egg and vanilla. Sprinkle baking soda and salt, mix and add flour. Pour into a 4x8 inch loaf pan. Bake for one hour.

Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.

^ _ ^
 
10-03-10, 3:03 AM

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alyssav said:
PhillyFlash said:
BARBECUE CHICKEN HOT POCKETS

--remove from plastic packaging
--stick in microwave oven
--cook for 3 minutes 30 seconds
--remove from oven
--enjoy with grape Kool-Aid

Life is good! ^_^


Your too funny Phillyflash. However, my son would agree with you on that. He's discovered the sloppy joe ones. The kid eats them for breakfast!


Oh, yes! I've had those myself! DELICIOUS!! Great minds think alike! ^_^


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10-05-10, 7:16 AM

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Tonight I'm making Brunswick stew and today I'm making a french apple pie. Anybody want some, come over by 8.
 
10-05-10, 8:25 AM

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Beef stew in homemade pastry shell. Basically steak chopped up after a day of marinading and then dumped in with mixed veggies and gravy mix.

Basically what you would get in a can, but much cheaper and much better tasting.

Best part of all though, is I am not making it.

Hey, wives are not just for screwing :)

Ok stop throwing crap, I cook meals here too :)
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10-06-10, 2:07 AM

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WOW! You mean people actually COOK around here? I'm impressed! ^_^


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10-06-10, 1:59 PM

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You know last nights dinner turned out to be Baked Macaronni and cheese like I always make. So, my husband started eating it and say "this taste kind a bland, did you forget some of the cheese". I'm say, "ahhhhhhhh" He say, "well"? So I tell him, "okay, I used no fat cheese". (taste like nothing, I found out too late) LOL He say, "WHAT?". (Sorry, I didn't know it would taste like puke). But, I could have swore that any second he would push his plate aside. I said"So, you gonna eat it". He said"Only till I get full". He ate the whole plate, yep it's sucked indeed. Nobody use "No fat cheese". All through dinner, I reminded him, "I made you an apple pie, I made you an apple pie, I made you an apple pie". And he wasn't happy until he ate it. xD
 
10-06-10, 5:21 PM

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More nightmare stories...

So, I made Brunswick Stew tonight and while I was making my son's Ice Tea, I forgot to put sugar in right away. LOL Soooooo, Boiled a little bit of water, mixed the sugar in it while I was talking to my neighor. then, I opened up the lid to the Brunswick Stew and started to pour some in. Freak, freak, freak OMG, quickly realized what I had done. I must have poured in 1/4 cup of sugar into mt Brunswick Stew. So, at dinner time (which I was scared, seeing as to I messed up last nights dinner). I was gonna keep quiet but as he was eating it I asked him if it was good. well, he said yes but Then Justin (mt son) slipped the beans about the sugar. Greg (my husband) just grinned and said, sweet. LOL
 
10-07-10, 1:54 AM

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Jeez Louise! How can anyone in their right mind complain about mac and cheese? Yo, alyssav, you should dump that guy and marry me! I'D sure appreciate your cooking! ^_^


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10-07-10, 4:43 AM

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Yea and we both have love peanut butter cups and anime!! LOL xD
 
10-07-10, 1:20 PM

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alyssav said:
Yea and we both have love peanut butter cups and anime!! LOL xD


Great minds think alike! HA!


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09-08-11, 4:14 PM

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Turkey spaghetti sauce with plenty of garlic, shell pasta, covered in mozzarella and fresh basil. Baked in the oven to melt the wonderful cheese :P
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02-22-12, 12:31 PM

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Hmmmm....supper....haven't thought that far ahead yet. Most likely some form of prepackaged noodles. I'm thinking of thawing out my roast for shredded beef sandwiches for tomorrow though.
 
02-23-12, 3:33 AM

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2012-02-23T19:14:41+08:00
leftover kare-kare with rice

( ~14 min - 257 s = ~10 min )
2012-02-23T19:28:01+08:00
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