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Kathianne
02-24-2015, 04:27 PM
It's cold here, about 50. ;) Anyways it's put me in the mood for cooking. Now making Chili (http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/Wendys-Chili-Copycat-Recipe.html) and Crockpot Ravioli (http://becomingbetty.blogspot.com/2011/03/crock-pot-ravioli-casserole.html). I'll have at least 2 weeks meals in my freezer!

Both call for browned ground beef, so a leg up on not taking too much time.

I browned the ground round all at once, adding onion and garlic, even though the chili recipe doesn't call for garlic. Can never have too much garlic! Vampires have not bothered me, ever!

DLT
02-24-2015, 06:20 PM
It's cold here, about 50. ;) Anyways it's put me in the mood for cooking. Now making Chili (http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/Wendys-Chili-Copycat-Recipe.html) and Crockpot Ravioli (http://becomingbetty.blogspot.com/2011/03/crock-pot-ravioli-casserole.html). I'll have at least 2 weeks meals in my freezer!

Both call for browned ground beef, so a leg up on not taking too much time.

I browned the ground round all at once, adding onion and garlic, even though the chili recipe doesn't call for garlic. Can never have too much garlic! Vampires have not bothered me, ever!

Soup & chicken salad sandwiches tonite. We'll probably get snow tonight again, so I might make either some chili or some jambalaya tomorrow. Dunno what mood I'll be in yet.

Kathianne
02-24-2015, 06:25 PM
Soup & chicken salad sandwiches tonite. We'll probably get snow tonight again, so I might make either some chili or some jambalaya tomorrow. Dunno what mood I'll be in yet.

Since moving to Sedona I haven't been able to find "Brooks Chili Hot Beans" which was main base for my chili. After trying some of the beans they do offer, I've given up on my standby chili recipe. Thus returning to finding some recipes that use other types of beans.

I made this white chili recipe (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/melissa-darabian/melissa-darabians-white-chili-white-quick-roasted-garlic-recipe.html) a couple weeks ago, really good but took a lot of time.

jimnyc
02-24-2015, 06:37 PM
Sweet, what a coincidence, I made chili for dinner tonight! Used bison beef, onions, tomato sauce & assorted spices. Let the yumminess sit in the crock pot for about 4 hours. First time trying the bison for chili. I used it before to make burgers and they were MUCH better than regular.

Kathianne
02-24-2015, 06:39 PM
Sweet, what a coincidence, I made chili for dinner tonight! Used bison beef, onions, tomato sauce & assorted spices. Let the yumminess sit in the crock pot for about 4 hours. First time trying the bison for chili. I used it before to make burgers and they were MUCH better than regular.
Bison is really tasty and often cheaper here than ground sirloin. I doubt true in the Midwest, but works for me in AZ.

jimnyc
02-24-2015, 06:42 PM
Bison is really tasty and often cheaper here than ground sirloin. I doubt true in the Midwest, but works for me in AZ.

Damn, what I get here is like 2x as expensive as the regular ground beef I would get. But it's worth it, the flavor is so much better.

Anton Chigurh
02-24-2015, 07:11 PM
My famous Tuna Melt sammiches here!

Gone be 14 degrees tonight for a low.

Kathianne
02-24-2015, 07:29 PM
My famous Tuna Melt sammiches here!

Gone be 14 degrees tonight for a low.

Did you make tomato soup to go with those excellent tuna melts?

Anton Chigurh
02-24-2015, 08:30 PM
Did you make tomato soup to go with those excellent tuna melts?Potato soup! This here's Texas!

Kathianne
02-24-2015, 08:42 PM
Since moving to Sedona I haven't been able to find "Brooks Chili Hot Beans" which was main base for my chili. After trying some of the beans they do offer, I've given up on my standby chili recipe. Thus returning to finding some recipes that use other types of beans.

I made this white chili recipe (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/melissa-darabian/melissa-darabians-white-chili-white-quick-roasted-garlic-recipe.html) a couple weeks ago, really good but took a lot of time.

Couldn't help myself. In the past hour I threw in a cup and half of white corn and a package of chopped spinach. So much fiber, good thing I'm not working tomorrow! LOL!

PixieStix
02-28-2015, 11:26 AM
Today I am going to be making spaghetti sauce with a pound of bacon, red and yellow peppers, basil, garlic of course, black peppers diced tomatoes,

I will share the recipe

3 large cans of Dei Fratell diced tomatoes, I use the seasoned version.

1lb of fried bacon, crumbled

diced red and yellow peppers, diced onions, and garlic all sauteed in left over bacon grease

Add diced peppers, onions and garlic in tomatoes, along with the bacon drippings,. Add 2 teaspoons of basil or more to your liking. 1 teaspoon of black pepper, I love black pepper, so I add a lot ;). 1/2 tsp of red chilis.

Cook between medium to low heat for 6 hours.

Serve over your favorite pasta, sprinkle fresh shredded Parmesan cheese. I like Frigo parmesan.

DLT
02-28-2015, 04:16 PM
Since moving to Sedona I haven't been able to find "Brooks Chili Hot Beans" which was main base for my chili. After trying some of the beans they do offer, I've given up on my standby chili recipe. Thus returning to finding some recipes that use other types of beans.

I made this white chili recipe (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/melissa-darabian/melissa-darabians-white-chili-white-quick-roasted-garlic-recipe.html) a couple weeks ago, really good but took a lot of time.

I just buy dark red kidney beans for chili. And I cheat and use chili fixins in a bag (http://i5.walmartimages.com/dfw/dce07b8c-2929/k2-_3c5f4047-c08d-4019-9d85-5fe3ba86205f.v1.jpg)(I'm lazy).....but if I have to make it from scratch, I just use whatever seasonings I have in the pantry. I tend to like Wendy's chili, so my chili isn't the traditional kind. More tomatoes, beans, etc. But that's how I like it. Oh, and with shredded raw onion and lots of grated cheddar on top!

Snow on the ground here, freezing all week....I opted for the jambalaya with red kidney beans and chicken and cheese. Comfort food!

Trigg
02-28-2015, 04:27 PM
I sat at a wrestling meet all day today ( WE WON ) so we're having left over beef stew from last night. The truly great thing about stew is that it's even better the next day. ;)

LongTermGuy
02-28-2015, 05:27 PM
Today I am going to be making spaghetti sauce with a pound of bacon, red and yellow peppers, basil, garlic of course, black peppers diced tomatoes,

I will share the recipe

3 large cans of Dei Fratell diced tomatoes, I use the seasoned version.

1lb of fried bacon, crumbled

diced red and yellow peppers, diced onions, and garlic all sauteed in left over bacon grease

Add diced peppers, onions and garlic in tomatoes, along with the bacon drippings,. Add 2 teaspoons of basil or more to your liking. 1 teaspoon of black pepper, I love black pepper, so I add a lot ;). 1/2 tsp of red chilis.

Cook between medium to low heat for 6 hours.

Serve over your favorite pasta, sprinkle fresh shredded Parmesan cheese. I like Frigo parmesan.

http://i.imgur.com/HqdgD8Ml.jpg

Kathianne
02-28-2015, 08:36 PM
I just buy dark red kidney beans for chili. And I cheat and use chili fixins in a bag (http://i5.walmartimages.com/dfw/dce07b8c-2929/k2-_3c5f4047-c08d-4019-9d85-5fe3ba86205f.v1.jpg)(I'm lazy).....but if I have to make it from scratch, I just use whatever seasonings I have in the pantry. I tend to like Wendy's chili, so my chili isn't the traditional kind. More tomatoes, beans, etc. But that's how I like it. Oh, and with shredded raw onion and lots of grated cheddar on top!

Snow on the ground here, freezing all week....I opted for the jambalaya with red kidney beans and chicken and cheese. Comfort food!

If you checked out my OP, the chili recipe was a Wendy's hack. ;) I did use the red kidney beans and also pinto beans. After a couple hours decided to add another can of red kidney beans and a package of baby spinach and some corn. I started out with the spice recommendations, though I did add garlic to the meat while browning. Before adding additional beans and veggies, I upped the chili powder, added cumin, and some hot sauce. I like spicy.

Jeff
03-01-2015, 07:47 AM
I sat at a wrestling meet all day today ( WE WON ) so we're having left over beef stew from last night. The truly great thing about stew is that it's even better the next day. ;)

Wrestling is long over down here, I sat Friday night and all day yesterday at baseball games, man I wish we where still sitting in the heated gym, to dang cold for baseball :laugh:

Good Luck to y'all

PixieStix
03-12-2015, 08:47 PM
I'm too tired to cook. Think I'll have some ramen noodles with some chicken and veggies thrown in.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2015/03/05/momofuku-ando-inventor-of-instant-ramen-artfully-saluted-with-google-noodle-doodle/

LongTermGuy
03-12-2015, 09:20 PM
I'm too tired to cook. Think I'll have some ramen noodles with some chicken and veggies thrown in.




`I bought this tonight....baked 425 for 17 minutes in oven...also used lemon and tarter sause...

http://static.caloriecount.about.com/images/medium/mrs-pauls-crispy-breaded-4868.jpg

Noir
03-12-2015, 09:28 PM
A lasagne that was meant to last two days, and lasted one ^,^;

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j176/jonathan-mcc/2526FCAF-F1C2-44E6-8BA2-2496F204DD78.png_zpszliiboca.jpeg (http://s80.photobucket.com/user/jonathan-mcc/media/2526FCAF-F1C2-44E6-8BA2-2496F204DD78.png_zpszliiboca.jpeg.html)

PixieStix
03-16-2015, 12:13 PM
`I bought this tonight....baked 425 for 17 minutes in oven...also used lemon and tarter sause...

http://static.caloriecount.about.com/images/medium/mrs-pauls-crispy-breaded-4868.jpg

That is just weird. I cannot find Mrs. Pauls fish stick anywhere. I used to have them as a kid. I suppose I live in the wrong part of the country. I have found that Gortons is as good though.

Perianne
03-16-2015, 01:14 PM
We had this last night for supper. It is sooooo good and easy. We leave out the onion soup mix, and, only cook it 1 hour 45 minutes as it tends to burn the rice if cooked longer. Also, we only use chicken breast slices. Very tasty.


<tbody>
NO PEEK CHICKEN AND RICE CASSEROLE



1 tbsp. butter
1 can cream of celery soup
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can water
1 c. reg. rice
1 pkg. Lipton onion soup mix
1 frying chicken

Melt butter in bottom of 9x13 inch baking dish. Add cans of soup, water and rice. Mix well. Place cut up chicken on top of mixture. Sprinkle onion soup on top of chicken. Cover with foil or lid. Bake in moderate oven for 2 hours at 350 degrees. Don't lift lid during baking time.


</tbody>



http://www.cooks.com/recipe/wy3ma84w/no-peek-chicken-and-rice-casserole.html

PixieStix
03-24-2015, 09:34 PM
Raisinets

It's what's for dinner

http://www.debatepolicy.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=7084&stc=1



These things are awfully addictive. :coffee:

LongTermGuy
03-25-2015, 07:14 PM
First like this.....

http://www.enjoyyourcooking.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/boiled-crab-legs-oldbay-step4-400x300.jpg


Then this....



https://sp.yimg.com/ib/th?id=HN.608045194986718694&pid=15.1&P=0


`Then enjoy....stopped at my grocery story today....:)
sooo good....!

http://www.moms-mobile-kitchen.com/Steamed-Crab-Legs.jpg

Kathianne
03-26-2015, 10:22 AM
I've been working way too much lately, but got yesterday and today off! Yesterday drove my pilot friend to Sky Harbor in Phoenix. Obviously drove home myself, in her BMW Convertible, sweet! I do miss my convertible, two cars ago. She's gone until end of April, she asked me to do her a favor and take the car out once in awhile. :cool:

Today though, or at least this morning, cooking. Beef stew already in crockpot for 3 hours, soon will add the veggies. Roasted chicken in oven at 425 for 15, then 375 for an hour 15.

I have the blackberries macerating now, when chicken is done, blackberry cobbler will go in.

I'm set for a week of dinners and lunches. ;)

WiccanLiberal
03-29-2015, 01:10 PM
Just made a big batch of home made chili in my crock pot. six hours on low and MMMMM. Now have to tackle chicken parm I am making for lunch at work tomorrow. One of the docs is leaving and we are using it as an excuse to make Monday happy.

Noir
04-13-2015, 01:24 PM
Monday nights crumble night!

LongTermGuy
04-13-2015, 07:35 PM
https://sp.yimg.com/ib/th?id=JN.ojLB%2bNFxB3iKRwAbqUnakg&pid=15.1&P=0

WiccanLiberal
06-21-2015, 06:42 PM
Did beef stew tonight. Some inexpensive beef cubes, potatoes, carrots, pearl onions and mushrooms. Dip the beef in flour and brown it in a pan. In the slow cooker, a packet of McCormick stew seasoning and 2 cups water and one of beef stock and a Tbsp of tomato paste. Add the browned beef and cook on low 4 hours. Some of that stuff is going to work with me tomorrow.

Gunny
06-21-2015, 06:56 PM
BBQ. I have a few skills. That would be one.

Now, if I could just learn to grow hair ......:laugh:

jimnyc
06-21-2015, 07:36 PM
I don't care for Mexican food, and we had Enchiladas for dinner tonight. :puke: So, later this evening when I snack, I have awesome choices between Stouffer French Bread pizzas, hot pockets, teriyaki beef jerky, peanut butter cookies & pringles. And don't worry 'bout my health, as I also cut up some fresh strawberries and melon. :)

Perianne
06-29-2015, 06:17 PM
I am cooking a pan of navy beans, seasoned with hog jowl. Gonna grill some pork chops and have some corn on the cob. And sliced tomatoes. Yummy for my tummy. Yep, southern cooking!

LongTermGuy
06-29-2015, 07:19 PM
I am cooking a pan of navy beans, seasoned with hog jowl. Gonna grill some pork chops and have some corn on the cob. And sliced tomatoes. Yummy for my tummy. Yep, southern cooking!

Ummmmm...yummy!....I have no idea what I will have....I do have some cold cuts in fridge (roast beef & Ham)....I will have to throw something together later.

indago
06-30-2015, 05:18 AM
I am cooking a pan of navy beans, seasoned with hog jowl. Gonna grill some pork chops and have some corn on the cob. And sliced tomatoes. Yummy for my tummy. Yep, southern cooking!

"corn on the cob"...

Reminds me...

I have two large pressure cookers that I use for picnics to cook "corn on the cob" for over 100 people who bring something to eat to the picnic. I set them on two propane burners. I pick up two bags of fresh picked corn on the cob, fresh picked from a local farm, early in the morning of the picnic. The bags consist of five dozen ears apiece. I pressure cook them at 5 pounds pressure for 10 minutes.

You have to cook and eat the corn within 24 hours of picking, or the sugars will be gone out of the corn and all that is left is starch. Several come back for seconds, and the ears are huge. I cut some in half on request for the kids.

I recall one woman who came back for seconds, saying it was really delicious, and asked where I got the corn from. I told her, and she mentioned that she got some corn on the cob from the grocery store the other day and it tasted like cardboard. That's when I told her about the time limit on the corn.

Jeff
06-30-2015, 07:57 AM
I am cooking a pan of navy beans, seasoned with hog jowl. Gonna grill some pork chops and have some corn on the cob. And sliced tomatoes. Yummy for my tummy. Yep, southern cooking!

Dang, that sounds like some good eating Perianne, I didn't know you where a southern girl. Or shall I say would eat that good food. Of course fried Pork Chops would of put it over the top.

Loralei
06-30-2015, 11:13 AM
I work second shift, and usually run out for something on my break.

Tonight, more than likely.. chinese.

Perianne
06-30-2015, 11:14 AM
I work second shift, and usually run out for something on my break.

Tonight, more than likely.. chinese.

I work midnights, 7p-7a. We usually do the same thing. I get tired of fast food, though. And it makes me have a fat butt.

Loralei
06-30-2015, 11:18 AM
I work midnights, 7p-7a. We usually do the same thing. I get tired of fast food, though. And it makes me have a fat butt.

:laugh:

BJ_WA
07-02-2015, 04:42 AM
Last night I made a chicken broccoli stir fry with a recipe from Prevention Magazine. For being low cal it was excellent.

Balu
07-02-2015, 05:42 AM
May be, it will be interesting for you...

http://allrecipes.com/recipes/world-cuisine/european/eastern-european/russian/

http://www.ruscuisine.com/

http://www.kitchenrussian.com/ (http://www.ruscuisine.com/)

Loralei
07-02-2015, 11:01 PM
Soooooooo, last we talked food, it was black pepper chicken with white rice.

Then loaded potato soup with a ham salad and lettuce croissant from a place called Pat's.

This afternoon, I went to Red Lobster with a friend.

Crab stuffed flounder, mashed taties, salad, cheddar bay biscuits ;)

BJ_WA
07-02-2015, 11:59 PM
Tonight it was a seafood medley, from H-Mart in Federal Way, with shrimp, scollops, mussels, calamari and some gelatinous thing I don't know what it was. It tasted nondescript. I'll have to google the description and see what comes up. It was all excellent.

I got the CSA box today so tomorrow night is veg night.

Jeff
07-03-2015, 09:10 AM
Soooooooo, last we talked food, it was black pepper chicken with white rice.

Then loaded potato soup with a ham salad and lettuce croissant from a place called Pat's.

This afternoon, I went to Red Lobster with a friend.

Crab stuffed flounder, mashed taties, salad, cheddar bay biscuits

You can't beat the biscuits at Red Lobster, it's about the best thing they serve, hell I go there and eat so many that by the time my meal comes I am full. :laugh:

Kathianne
07-03-2015, 09:13 AM
You can't beat the biscuits at Red Lobster, it's about the best thing they serve, hell I go there and eat so many that by the time my meal comes I am full. :laugh:




http://i.ytimg.com/vi/DyN0GnNjcrU/maxresdefault.jpg

Jeff
07-03-2015, 09:16 AM
http://i.ytimg.com/vi/DyN0GnNjcrU/maxresdefault.jpg

I have seen these but I wondered if they would be as good, have you tried them ? Man if I could get them Red Lobster would be a thing of the past. :laugh:

Jeff
07-03-2015, 09:17 AM
Last night I had a Rib eye and eggs, with some Hash Browns, and man was it good.

Kathianne
07-03-2015, 09:17 AM
I have seen these but I wondered if they would be as good, have you tried them ? Man if I could get them Red Lobster would be a thing of the past. :laugh:
I have. Pretty darn good.

Jeff
07-03-2015, 09:18 AM
I have. Pretty darn good.

Thank you for the info, I will give it a try. :2up:

Loralei
07-06-2015, 08:14 PM
Yesterday, I made boneless pork chops in the grill pan then basted them with Sweet Baby Ray's - and broccoli, raisin and onion salad.

Had the leftovers tonight!

LongTermGuy
07-06-2015, 08:27 PM
​Taco`s tonight!

BJ_WA
07-06-2015, 09:36 PM
Tonight was a filet mignon i grilled the other day and re-heated in my favorite cast iron sauté pan using bacon grease and butter. On the side was college cheese and a brownie and milk for dessert.

aboutime
07-06-2015, 10:46 PM
Tonight was a filet mignon i grilled the other day and re-heated in my favorite cast iron sauté pan using bacon grease and butter. On the side was college cheese and a brownie and milk for dessert. Nothin' like a great filet. Then, there's a great London Broil. Filet mignon, bout 1 1/2 inches thick, lightly pink, mouthwatering. I better shut up. Looks like OUTBACK, or RUTH's is gonna get a visit soon.

BJ_WA
07-06-2015, 11:25 PM
I wish there was a Ruth's close to me.

The Canuk's closed down all The Keg's in WA
and breaks my steak house heart.

Mine was a re-heated steak but still quite good.

Loralei
07-10-2015, 11:53 PM
I went to a mexican joint with a friend and had the mixed fajita platter.
That was steak, chicken and tiger shrimp with peppers, tomatoes and onions on the huge sizzling skillet with the 3 tortillas on the side.
Then the other plate with lettuce, tomatoes, refried beans, rice, guacamole and sour cream.

I should have passed on the chips and salsa they bring out to munch on, as I left a lot of that food behind.

LongTermGuy
07-11-2015, 12:57 AM
I wish there was a Ruth's close to me.

The Canuk's closed down all The Keg's in WA
and breaks my steak house heart.

Mine was a re-heated steak but still quite good.


*There is a Ruth`s very close to me:cool:....Yummy!

BJ_WA
07-11-2015, 10:39 AM
I'd have to go to Bellevue or Seattle for Ruth's.
Tacoma has an El Gaucho and only go once a year. $$$

I do a decent steak on the Weber but it's nice to be waited on once in a while.

Next time in Whistler I'll go to The Keg.

There's a Mexican place I go to that does not serve chips and salsa and has a big sign saying so as you enter. It's the only place in Tacoma I can get goat, too.

Rat
07-15-2015, 01:44 PM
My turn cook tonight so making chilaquiles. It breakfast dish but girlfriend likes. We sometimes eat breakfast for dinner.

Jeff
07-15-2015, 02:09 PM
I went to a mexican joint with a friend and had the mixed fajita platter.
That was steak, chicken and tiger shrimp with peppers, tomatoes and onions on the huge sizzling skillet with the 3 tortillas on the side.
Then the other plate with lettuce, tomatoes, refried beans, rice, guacamole and sour cream.

I should have passed on the chips and salsa they bring out to munch on, as I left a lot of that food behind.

Got to Love Mexican, Hell half the time I can't say what I am eating, but it's good. :laugh:

And you have to have the salsa and chips, the place I like the best around here ( and they are all over in GA ) has the best salsa I ever had, all fresh ingredients, and if you are feeling adventurous you can ask for the hotter one. :laugh:

BJ_WA
07-20-2015, 02:13 PM
Tonight it's BLT's again. My tomatoes are producing and am getting a lot from CSA, but not enough to can.

Gunny
07-20-2015, 03:02 PM
You can't beat the biscuits at Red Lobster, it's about the best thing they serve, hell I go there and eat so many that by the time my meal comes I am full. :laugh:


http://i.ytimg.com/vi/DyN0GnNjcrU/maxresdefault.jpg

Hell yeah. I like to get the mix and make my own. I wait until everyone else is gone so I don't have to share. :)

Jeff
07-20-2015, 05:56 PM
Last night BBQ chicken, corn on the cob, ooo wait I already told y'all in the other food thread...:laugh:

Tonight the Ol lady is making Crab cakes a salad, sliced tomato's right out of the garden, corn on the cob and some kind of rice pilaf shit. :laugh:

OK so we all know it, the rice junk is dog food, she just doesn't know it yet.

jimnyc
07-20-2015, 06:06 PM
Last night we had some Korean ribs, they were awesome! Tasted like the ribs I get when I order Chinese, only these are Korean for whatever reason, and it wasn't delivered. :)

I never remember to take pictures, I'm too busy seeing how much I can stuff in my fat face. But a quick search shows these, which look awfully close!

http://i.imgur.com/IOJjDMs.jpg

BJ_WA
07-20-2015, 06:11 PM
I've got a chuck steak in the refer needs that treatment.
I bought Korean made BBQ sauce just for this.

I need to get on that quart of kimchee, too.

It's gotten difficult to find meaty beef ribs in my AO.

jimnyc
07-20-2015, 06:17 PM
But tonight will be something lame. But this week I have some original Chips Ahoy hidden. Also a box of those "Tastykake peanut butter Kandy Kakes" Yummy little suckers. I think I might still have a small bag of Dorito's hidden from the boy too.

And I'll get a diet soda while I'm out, you know, to watch my weight. :coffee:

Jeff
07-20-2015, 06:19 PM
But tonight will be something lame. But this week I have some original Chips Ahoy hidden. Also a box of those "Tastykake peanut butter Kandy Kakes" Yummy little suckers. I think I might still have a small bag of Dorito's hidden from the boy too.

And I'll get a diet soda while I'm out, you know, to watch my weight. :coffee:

Dang Bro sounds like Di was slaving away in the kitchen all weekend. :laugh::laugh::laugh:

jimnyc
07-20-2015, 06:22 PM
Dang Bro sounds like Di was slaving away in the kitchen all weekend. :laugh::laugh::laugh:

She does like to make some things on the weekend, to "pre-prepare" for during the week. And I have some news for ya - if you make crap a few days in advance, it still tastes like crap a few days later! I just stay prepared for emergencies is all.

Jeff
07-20-2015, 06:23 PM
I've got a chuck steak in the refer needs that treatment.
I bought Korean made BBQ sauce just for this.

I need to get on that quart of kimchee, too.

It's gotten difficult to find meaty beef ribs in my AO.

BJ their was a recipe for some Korean food in the recipe thread and they where fantastic, all I remember was a banana Catchup ( banana sauce) , I have the recipe written down and we will make them again ( and now that I have been reminded I am sure this week sometimes. :laugh: But they where fantastic, not ribs but my God where they good.

Jeff
07-20-2015, 06:26 PM
She does like to make some things on the weekend, to "pre-prepare" for during the week. And I have some news for ya - if you make crap a few days in advance, it still tastes like crap a few days later! I just stay prepared for emergencies is all.

Hell if the old lady cooked on the weekend I would be fat as hell come Sunday night and have to go out to eat all week. :laugh::laugh:

Seriously, Laura use to make like Ziti or Lasagna and there are a couple others that actually tasted better after sitting a couple of days, her Chicken and Dumplings is killer until the last spoonful.

Rat
07-20-2015, 06:34 PM
Girlfriend making meatloaf, mashed potatos, green peas and salad.

Jeff
07-20-2015, 10:35 PM
Girlfriend making meatloaf, mashed potatos, green peas and salad.

Sorry Amigo. :laugh:

I hate Meatloaf, my Mom was one of the best cooks ever, but her Meatloaf and Pork Chops sucked, I hate both to this day, but my ol lady will slip the Pork Chops in once and a while and I love em, but if she is to ask me about them I tell her heck no. Guess it's all in my head now.


Amigo you are Mexican, with all the good Mexican food you are eating Meatloaf, Momma better be great in other area's. :laugh:

LongTermGuy
07-21-2015, 01:54 AM
Sorry Amigo. :laugh:



Amigo you are Mexican, with all the good Mexican food you are eating Meatloaf, Momma better be great in other area's. :laugh:


:clap::clap::clap::laugh::laugh::laugh:

BJ_WA
07-21-2015, 02:23 AM
I make an excellent meatloaf and will post the recipe if anyone would care for it.

Gunny
07-21-2015, 02:35 AM
I make an excellent meatloaf and will post the recipe if anyone would care for it.

Meatloaf? I'll reserve my answer. I'm 55 years old and haven't touched that junk since before I left home. Meatloaf and peanut butter and jelly -- food of the 60s. Oh, and tuna casserole.

We'll be going into combat before I touch that crap. I'd rather have c-rats. (Not MREs .. they're worse than any of that stuff).

And, take it in stride. The people I live with eat all kinds of stuff I just dodge. They're junk food junkies and I'm not at all. So no offense intended. You're entitled to your opinions with me.

Doesn't mean I ain't going to say something. :laugh:

Jeff
07-21-2015, 06:58 AM
Meatloaf? I'll reserve my answer. I'm 55 years old and haven't touched that junk since before I left home. Meatloaf and peanut butter and jelly -- food of the 60s. Oh, and tuna casserole.

We'll be going into combat before I touch that crap. I'd rather have c-rats. (Not MREs .. they're worse than any of that stuff).

And, take it in stride. The people I live with eat all kinds of stuff I just dodge. They're junk food junkies and I'm not at all. So no offense intended. You're entitled to your opinions with me.

Doesn't mean I ain't going to say something. :laugh:

I have to agree with the Meatloaf and Tuns sheot, but PB&J come on man that is a American classic.

Gunny
07-21-2015, 08:09 AM
I have to agree with the Meatloaf and Tuns sheot, but PB&J come on man that is a American classic.

I hate it. Was stuck in my lunch box every day for years. I used to trade with this guy named Snyder. He got cooked ham and mustard ever day and all he wanted was peanut butter and jelly. Too bad that was only 5th grade. :laugh:

Jeff
07-21-2015, 08:40 AM
I hate it. Was stuck in my lunch box every day for years. I used to trade with this guy named Snyder. He got cooked ham and mustard ever day and all he wanted was peanut butter and jelly. Too bad that was only 5th grade. :laugh:

I understand, hell if I had to be friends with a guy named Snyder I guess I would hate the sheot as well. :laugh:

Perianne
07-21-2015, 08:45 AM
Sorry Amigo. :laugh:

I hate Meatloaf, my Mom was one of the best cooks ever, but her Meatloaf and Pork Chops sucked, I hate both to this day, but my ol lady will slip the Pork Chops in once and a while and I love em, but if she is to ask me about them I tell her heck no. Guess it's all in my head now.


Amigo you are Mexican, with all the good Mexican food you are eating Meatloaf, Momma better be great in other area's. :laugh:

Pork chops DO have to be cooked right for them to be tasty.

Gunny
07-21-2015, 08:47 AM
I understand, hell if I had to be friends with a guy named Snyder I guess I would hate the sheot as well. :laugh:

Shit who are you confusing me with? We weren't friends. He was a geek and in my class. We just figured out that swapping sandwiches worked for both of us.

Jeff
07-21-2015, 08:51 AM
Shit who are you confusing me with? We weren't friends. He was a geek and in my class. We just figured out that swapping sandwiches worked for both of us.

OK in my school, geek equaled free lunch, the hell with a trade. :laugh::laugh:

Perianne
07-21-2015, 08:58 AM
Shit who are you confusing me with? We weren't friends. He was a geek and in my class. We just figured out that swapping sandwiches worked for both of us.

Gunny, don't be embarrassed to have a friend named Snyder. Or Snerdly. :)

Gunny
07-21-2015, 09:14 AM
Gunny, don't be embarrassed to have a friend named Snyder. Or Snerdly. :)

I'm not embarrassed. I got fresh cooked ham every day out of the deal. :laugh:

Come on .. back then, we compared who had the coolest Hot Wheels car at lunch. :) It wasn't like it is now. IIRC, you and are close to the same age. We thought we were getting away with murder swapping lunches.

Rat
07-21-2015, 03:36 PM
Going to Japanese steakhouse tonight. My birthday earlier this month but we no able to go that night so decide wait until daughter come visit. She got here earlier today.

Rat
07-29-2015, 03:47 PM
Have 17 pound brisket in smoker since midnight. Later will make corn cob, brussel sprouts, bread, and salad.

Noir
08-12-2015, 12:59 PM
Noodle soup for the win.

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j176/jonathan-mcc/8DB6C184-D02B-49F0-89DD-749002F0F160_zps8ohavq4m.jpg (http://s80.photobucket.com/user/jonathan-mcc/media/8DB6C184-D02B-49F0-89DD-749002F0F160_zps8ohavq4m.jpg.html)

Rat
08-12-2015, 07:08 PM
Look good Noir. Me and girlfriend have chicken chimichangas and salad tonight.

Noir
09-01-2015, 02:51 PM
First attempt at homemade ravioli was a success!

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j176/jonathan-mcc/A7FA4B95-BF10-4070-B522-B949BC09EACD_zpszu8i2bay.jpg (http://s80.photobucket.com/user/jonathan-mcc/media/A7FA4B95-BF10-4070-B522-B949BC09EACD_zpszu8i2bay.jpg.html)

LongTermGuy
09-01-2015, 03:42 PM
First attempt at homemade ravioli was a success!

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j176/jonathan-mcc/A7FA4B95-BF10-4070-B522-B949BC09EACD_zpszu8i2bay.jpg (http://s80.photobucket.com/user/jonathan-mcc/media/A7FA4B95-BF10-4070-B522-B949BC09EACD_zpszu8i2bay.jpg.html)

​Looks good Noir!....But...What...no grated Parmesan / Romano?

Noir
09-01-2015, 04:23 PM
​Looks good Noir!....But...What...no grated Parmesan / Romano?

No, we dont eat cheese.

Perianne
09-01-2015, 04:26 PM
No, we dont eat cheese.

Your partner is likely happy that you are not constantly releasing flatus around her.

jimnyc
09-01-2015, 04:38 PM
No, we dont eat cheese.

I'm afraid to ask what is inside those raviolis? They do look good though!

Noir
09-01-2015, 04:51 PM
I'm afraid to ask what is inside those raviolis? They do look good though!

Have just logged on via a laptop and seen how huge those pics are ^,^;

The filling was butternut squash, mushroom, spinach, and roasted garlic. Sauce was pepper, tomato and basil.

jimnyc
09-01-2015, 04:54 PM
Have just logged on via a laptop and seen how huge those pics are ^,^;

The filling was butternut squash, mushroom, spinach, and roasted garlic. Sauce was pepper, tomato and basil.

Take out the squash and I'll dive in head first. Could probably do without the 'shrooms, but I'm used to them by now as my wife sneaks them into every other thing I eat.

Noir
09-01-2015, 04:57 PM
Take out the squash and I'll dive in head first. Could probably do without the 'shrooms, but I'm used to them by now as my wife sneaks them into every other thing I eat.

I'm not too keen on mushrooms, the smaller the cuts the better, the huge ones are a defo no. But butternut squash can get in me any time, much taste.

Rat
09-01-2015, 10:01 PM
Beef machaca, black bean corn soup, caesar salad.

gabosaurus
09-01-2015, 10:37 PM
Speaking of dinner, here is a story about such that should never be repeated while having such. :cool:

Two criminals were traveling through the Korean part of town when they passed a business where someone had left a window open. They felt it was a perfect scenario to pull off a heist.
The men went looking for the safe, but couldn't find the light switch, so they picked up the heaviest box in the room and took off with it.
Once the men got outside, they found out they had grabbed a refrigerator instead of a safe. When they opened the door, they found the fridge was full of dead dogs. They dumped it in a corner lot and took off.
As police were investigating the scene, the business owner called to report a stolen refrigerator.
Police called back and said "We did find a refrigerator. Can you describe the contents?"
The business owner relied "Our dinner."

Rat
10-29-2015, 08:52 PM
Have chiles rellenos tonight. Having dessert now in form of several cold 12 ounce bottles.

Perianne
03-07-2016, 06:57 PM
It's warm here today in Lexington, so it's grilling time.

Grilled chicken breasts. Asparagus. Corn on the cob. Sauerkraut. Yummy. Then eat dinner while watching the new season of

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