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A nice big granny smith apple cut up with alternating toppings of sliced sharp cheddar cheese and chunky peanut butter washed down with a nice belgian ale!
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acceptable, but snackish. extremely tasty, proteins a big plus.
 Quoting: tinygreen

~fruit/vegetable
~protein/nuts
~dairy
~fiber
~HOPS

=very filling!
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Rabbit stew with red beans and rice.
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ohyeahdo you make it in a slow cooker?
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It's in there now, how did you know? I put the rabbit in there with three cans of chicken broth, yellow squash, zucchini, onion, celery, carrots, seasonings, and some water. let that cook on high for however long 3-4 hrs and then I add the whole pack of red beans/rice mix to the stew and add 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter. Let it cook, thicken up and there ya go.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1548689


that sounds pretty good, except the rabbit. I have never had it so I wont talk bad about it, but if I am gonna buy it, its probably gonna be pork, its my favorite.
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pork would be an acceptable sub for rabbit.
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Here's one of my favorites, quick and easy.

I cook about one cup of rice in advance for several meals, along with about one brocolli crown, mixed together, and refrigerate for several meals.



Package of large flour tortillas.
Rice/Broccoli mixture.
Cheddar Cheese
Real Bacon Bits
Salt, Pepper, Cayenne Pepper


For one serving, I heat one tortilla in pan till slight bubbles form on top of tortilla. Flip it, and grate cheddar cheese on tortilla.Quickly add about 1/2 cup of warmed broccoli/rice mixture in center of tortilla, then add more cheddar cheese on top of mixture. Add a sprinkle of bacon bits, salt, pepper and cayenne pepper.

At this point, the tortilla is starting to get crispy. I ease it out of the pan onto a plate, then
fold up the tortilla on one end, and sides.

Very simple, using "leftovers", and tastes just like it was made in a Mexican restaurant!

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ohyeahdo you make it in a slow cooker?
 Quoting: tinygreen


It's in there now, how did you know? I put the rabbit in there with three cans of chicken broth, yellow squash, zucchini, onion, celery, carrots, seasonings, and some water. let that cook on high for however long 3-4 hrs and then I add the whole pack of red beans/rice mix to the stew and add 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter. Let it cook, thicken up and there ya go.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1548689


that sounds pretty good, except the rabbit. I have never had it so I wont talk bad about it, but if I am gonna buy it, its probably gonna be pork, its my favorite.
 Quoting: flavapor


pork would be an acceptable sub for rabbit.
 Quoting: tinygreen


well I'm eating it right now. the rabbit is definitely good.
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Cowboy pork chops:

Layer onions, sliced about 3/4 inch thick.

Potatoes, sliced about 3/4 inch thick.

Top off with pork chops.

Add some chicken or beef broth, about a cup.

Top the whole thing with a good layer of BBQ sauce.

Bake on 400 for about an hour!

People that don't usually like BBQ sauce can't believe this tastes so good. You can also add some peppers if you like.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1353451


that sounds amazing pork is my favorite
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A nice big granny smith apple cut up with alternating toppings of sliced sharp cheddar cheese and chunky peanut butter washed down with a nice belgian ale!
 Quoting: einsteinsfly


acceptable, but snackish. extremely tasty, proteins a big plus.
 Quoting: tinygreen

~fruit/vegetable
~protein/nuts
~dairy
~fiber
~HOPS

=very filling!
 Quoting: einsteinsfly


i stand corrected, i forgot the ale. silly me. that does compliment and round out the menu. the grandma in me wants you to eat well.

point proven.

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this thread is a 5***** and bluepin.
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gee... thanks
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Rabbit stew with red beans and rice.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1548689


ohyeahdo you make it in a slow cooker?
 Quoting: tinygreen


It's in there now, how did you know? I put the rabbit in there with three cans of chicken broth, yellow squash, zucchini, onion, celery, carrots, seasonings, and some water. let that cook on high for however long 3-4 hrs and then I add the whole pack of red beans/rice mix to the stew and add 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter. Let it cook, thicken up and there ya go.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1548689


i'm from the country. i love that kind of dish. thank you for the recipe. i'm going to put that in my file.

while i was pregnant, i ate red beans and rice everyday. i love anything, within reason, with red beans and rice.
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me too
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Here's one of my favorites, quick and easy.

I cook about one cup of rice in advance for several meals, along with about one brocolli crown, mixed together, and refrigerate for several meals.



Package of large flour tortillas.
Rice/Broccoli mixture.
Cheddar Cheese
Real Bacon Bits
Salt, Pepper, Cayenne Pepper


For one serving, I heat one tortilla in pan till slight bubbles form on top of tortilla. Flip it, and grate cheddar cheese on tortilla.Quickly add about 1/2 cup of warmed broccoli/rice mixture in center of tortilla, then add more cheddar cheese on top of mixture. Add a sprinkle of bacon bits, salt, pepper and cayenne pepper.

At this point, the tortilla is starting to get crispy. I ease it out of the pan onto a plate, then
fold up the tortilla on one end, and sides.

Very simple, using "leftovers", and tastes just like it was made in a Mexican restaurant!
 Quoting: Roxi

that does sound good, kind of like a veggie quesadillas.
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Pork Chops w/Cheesy Broccoli Rice

Boil two cups white long grain rice in 4 cups of water, add a pinch of salt and a spoon full of butter.

Brown pork chops

Once rice is done, remove from heat, add two cans Campbell's broccoli cheddar soup, add one can filled half with milk and half with water, stir, season with pepper if desired

add rice mix to casserole pan
place browned pork chops on top of rice mix
top with 1 can of Campbell's cheddar cheese soup
Cook in oven at 350 for 45 minutes
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how about this applause
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lmao
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flavapor, check your mailbox. top of page to the left, under welcome.
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Pork Chops w/Cheesy Broccoli Rice

Boil two cups white long grain rice in 4 cups of water, add a pinch of salt and a spoon full of butter.

Brown pork chops

Once rice is done, remove from heat, add two cans Campbell's broccoli cheddar soup, add one can filled half with milk and half with water, stir, season with pepper if desired

add rice mix to casserole pan
place browned pork chops on top of rice mix
top with 1 can of Campbell's cheddar cheese soup
Cook in oven at 350 for 45 minutes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1464478



yum. I love pork chops.5a
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Pork Chops w/Cheesy Broccoli Rice

Boil two cups white long grain rice in 4 cups of water, add a pinch of salt and a spoon full of butter.

Brown pork chops

Once rice is done, remove from heat, add two cans Campbell's broccoli cheddar soup, add one can filled half with milk and half with water, stir, season with pepper if desired

add rice mix to casserole pan
place browned pork chops on top of rice mix
top with 1 can of Campbell's cheddar cheese soup
Cook in oven at 350 for 45 minutes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1464478


yummy!!2cents2
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Cowboy pork chops:

Layer onions, sliced about 3/4 inch thick.

Potatoes, sliced about 3/4 inch thick.

Top off with pork chops.

Add some chicken or beef broth, about a cup.

Top the whole thing with a good layer of BBQ sauce.

Bake on 400 for about an hour!

People that don't usually like BBQ sauce can't believe this tastes so good. You can also add some peppers if you like.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1353451


Holy shit I'm in love.
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Cowboy pork chops:

Layer onions, sliced about 3/4 inch thick.

Potatoes, sliced about 3/4 inch thick.

Top off with pork chops.

Add some chicken or beef broth, about a cup.

Top the whole thing with a good layer of BBQ sauce.

Bake on 400 for about an hour!

People that don't usually like BBQ sauce can't believe this tastes so good. You can also add some peppers if you like.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1353451


Holy shit I'm in love.
 Quoting: 284dan

Rightluvstruk
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Just had hot dogs with this on it:

[link to www.roadfood.com]

I can never go back to plain dogs ever again!

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5 star thread and great recipes! Mine is quick and easy:

Whatever You Want To Call It

1 lb. ground meat
1 can green beans
1 can of your favorite cream soup (chicken,mushroom,celery etc.)
1 tube of biscuits (or make your own for better taste)
Milk to fill soup can to 1/2 or 3/4 full

Brown ground beef in dutch oven or pot big enough to hold all ingredients. Drain green beans and pour beans over ground meat. Empty can of soup over meat and beans. Stir in milk. Put biscuits on top and bake at 350 til biscuits are done. Approx 20/25 min.
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Nett thread just doesn't feel right to me will stick to TG's original thread Blessings Drendwire.
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5 star thread and great recipes! Mine is quick and easy:

Whatever You Want To Call It

1 lb. ground meat
1 can green beans
1 can of your favorite cream soup (chicken,mushroom,celery etc.)
1 tube of biscuits (or make your own for better taste)
Milk to fill soup can to 1/2 or 3/4 full

Brown ground beef in dutch oven or pot big enough to hold all ingredients. Drain green beans and pour beans over ground meat. Empty can of soup over meat and beans. Stir in milk. Put biscuits on top and bake at 350 til biscuits are done. Approx 20/25 min.
 Quoting: Nine's


That sounds awesome. Quick and easy too. I love one pot meals.hf
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lmao
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lol
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I made potato leek soup for my house people. It took a long time and they wolfed it down in less time than it took to cook.

A month later they asked for more.

This is cheating, I know.

I bought 3 bags of ore-ida instant mashed potato flakes. $3.00

I bought a quart of half & half. $1.98

One medium-small yellow onion. $0.78

total, less than $6.00.


Chop and sautee the onion in 2 TB butter.

Make the msshed potatoes according to directions, 2 cups water per bag.

Hide the bags.

Slowly stir in the half & half until you have something resembling the consistency of a good cream soup.

Stir in the onions, chopped parsley, salt and cracked pepper.


Took about 20 minutes, fed 5 people with leftovers.


They said it was better than the last soup I made.


angry

They make me tired.
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I made potato leek soup for my house people. It took a long time and they wolfed it down in less time than it took to cook.

A month later they asked for more.

This is cheating, I know.

I bought 3 bags of ore-ida instant mashed potato flakes. $3.00

I bought a quart of half & half. $1.98

One medium-small yellow onion. $0.78

total, less than $6.00.


Chop and sautee the onion in 2 TB butter.

Make the msshed potatoes according to directions, 2 cups water per bag.

Hide the bags.lmao

Slowly stir in the half & half until you have something resembling the consistency of a good cream soup.

Stir in the onions, chopped parsley, salt and cracked pepper.


Took about 20 minutes, fed 5 people with leftovers.


They said it was better than the last soup I made.


angry

They make me tired.
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I made a cheesy rice bake last night with turkey cranberry meatloaf.

For the rice bake, I put in random veggies I had (like half bags of frozen veg, 1 zucchini, 1 corn cob, garlic, onion, some tomatoes from the garden, 2 cups already cooked rice, 1 can cream of mushroom, 1/2 pound velveeta, 1/2 c shredded cheddar, 2 eggs, salt, pepper, , enough milk to make creamy, mix it all together, and baked at 350 til set, and slightly browned.

Turkey Meatloaf
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I love trying to make things with the leftovers in the fridge.

Some of the best pizzas have been with made with 15 different random pieces/bags of cheese. I use jiffy's pizza crust mix. I make it bianca style (no tomato sauce) with only olive oil and garlic and some herbs.
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Crockpot Pulled Pork

Chop one onion and put in bottom of crockpot. Add a pork shoulder roast (boneless is nice but not necessary)with the fat side up. Smear with about a cup of orange marmalade. Sprinkle generously with minced garlic and liquid smoke. Cook 8 to 10 hours on low.
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Crockpot Pulled Pork

Chop one onion and put in bottom of crockpot. Add a pork shoulder roast (boneless is nice but not necessary)with the fat side up. Smear with about a cup of orange marmalade. Sprinkle generously with minced garlic and liquid smoke. Cook 8 to 10 hours on low.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 515220


sounds delicious. added to my list.ohyeah
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Crockpot Pulled Pork

Chop one onion and put in bottom of crockpot. Add a pork shoulder roast (boneless is nice but not necessary)with the fat side up. Smear with about a cup of orange marmalade. Sprinkle generously with minced garlic and liquid smoke. Cook 8 to 10 hours on low.
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Yummmm
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Crockpot Pulled Pork

Chop one onion and put in bottom of crockpot. Add a pork shoulder roast (boneless is nice but not necessary)with the fat side up. Smear with about a cup of orange marmalade. Sprinkle generously with minced garlic and liquid smoke. Cook 8 to 10 hours on low.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 515220


Well, I was gonna scale-down this recipe for a couple of pork chops I have, but I'm out of orange marmalade, so I'm substituting sweet & sour sauce. Thanks for the idea.

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