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  1. White

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    What are some of your favorite home made meals? How do you prepare/cook it? This thread stems from what are you eating thread. :bigthumb:
     
  2. whoismrskantz

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    albacore tuna, celery, onions, garlic, apples, mayo, relish, horseradish, splash of worcester, celery salt, S&P


    best in the world.
     
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    brown rice + PB

    sweet potato + honey
     
  4. Adom

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    mix that alltogether?

    have any measurements?
     
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    1. two chicken breasts, mixed veggies + roast almonds

    2. cook a cup of eggs + mushrooms + marinara sauce + parmesan cheese
     
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    One of mine is a cajun pasta recipe, it takes a little bit to get this stuff down

    ingredients
    1 box of pasta
    2 lbs of chicken
    1 can of sundried tomatoes
    1 bottle of louisiana cajun seasoning
    16oz of half and half
    8oz of italian cheese (mix)
    1/2 stick of butter
    minced garlic

    chop up the chicken into small 1x1 cubes, marinate them if you'd like in a cajun marinade

    melt the butter in a large deep dish skillet, on medium to high heat along with the minced garlic

    throw the chicken in there, cook until done, sprinkle the cajun seasoning on fairly heavy

    next put the sundried tomatoes in there, cook with the chicken for a few minutes

    pour in the jug of half and half, bring to a boil

    next, dump the bag of cheese in the boiling cream and continue to stir and bring to a boil.

    pour a bunch of cajun seasoning in there to suit your taste

    turn down the heat to a low heat, stirring occasionally

    start the pasta, cook al dente (7-8 minutes)

    strain the pasta and dump it into the deep skillet with the chicken, stir
     
  7. White

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    Good job, a true recipe. Try to be specific like this so others can benefit, no?
     
  8. Ish

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    just a means to an end for me 99.5% of the time.. dont really care what it tastes like :mamoru:
     
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    go for trial an error, try a twist on your own
     
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    salmon with mango ginger sauce
    chicken caesar salad
    mashed sweet potatoes
    turkey meatloaf
    homemade turkey garlic sauce
     
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    1. buy foster farms frozen chicken breast from costco
    2. place frozen chicken breasts in pyrex, sprinkle lemon pepper on thems, preheat oven to 375
    3. set timer to 1hr, place chicken in oven
    4. ????
    5. profit
     
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    homemade chicken broth/soup with salt, pepper, ginger, onions, carrots, potato, mushrooms, and celery. Add brown rice into soup and eat :yum:
     
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    hell ya when you steppin on stage
     
  14. Ish

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    never... im just not really concerned with what my food tasted like most of the time. :dunno:

    the extra prep time doesnt get me much added enjoyment from eating it
     
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    ^^ Mrs. Dash and 15 min later I have cooked chicken breast.
     
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    dru I want to blah blah blah

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    Good luck doing that for the long term, noob
     
  17. Ish

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    thanks for your well wishes
     
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    :rofl:
     
  19. whoismrskantz

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    1 can of tuna, 1 "sweet" apple, 1 medium sized onion, 2 cloves of garlic, 2 stalks of celery, teaspoon of celery salt, 2 teaspoons of worcester, two spoonfuls of relish, 2-3 spoonfuls of Helmans light mayo, teaspoon of horseradish, dash of salt and pepper

    for the apple, onion and garlic, cut up pretty small.

    refrigerated for a few hours before eating. my friends love it.
     
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    I use sugar, not splenda, but these come out flavor-wise like a cross between a waffle and french toast. It's good shit.
     
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