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flavapor (OP)

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I have a craving for anything someone else cooks! I am so damn sick of cooking these days.

Tonight I went and bought these beautiful Tbone steaks, made baked potatoes and cauliflour that I had to use up and went and burnt the damn steaks when the neighbor called and I got caught up in a conversation with her.
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I have a craving for anything someone else cooks! I am so damn sick of cooking these days.

Tonight I went and bought these beautiful Tbone steaks, made baked potatoes and cauliflour that I had to use up and went and burnt the damn steaks when the neighbor called and I got caught up in a conversation with her.
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I know, I like it when other people cook too!
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I am going to love this thread now if only I will be able to find it again. not a member but soon to be. Hope to be able to find it again. Search does not work for me. always comes up with zilch... mkhaypeace
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I have a craving for anything someone else cooks! I am so damn sick of cooking these days.

Tonight I went and bought these beautiful Tbone steaks, made baked potatoes and cauliflour that I had to use up and went and burnt the damn steaks when the neighbor called and I got caught up in a conversation with her.
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ARRGGH. Don't you just hate that! Poor thing.

I had fried chicken, smashed potatoes with gravy, cole slaw and.....ready for it?.....WATERMELON. Mmmmmmm.
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I am going to love this thread now if only I will be able to find it again. not a member but soon to be. Hope to be able to find it again. Search does not work for me. always comes up with zilch... mkhaypeace
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If you have trouble, just watch for Flavapor to be online (upper left hand side of screen click who's on) and click her name. The thread should come up under her name.
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I am going to love this thread now if only I will be able to find it again. not a member but soon to be. Hope to be able to find it again. Search does not work for me. always comes up with zilch... mkhaypeace
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Go to the first page of this thread and there should be an
Add To Favorites line to click under FLavapors avatar. Click it and it will be added to your Favorites Page!
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Okay:

One Bag of Giant Flour Tortillas for Burritos from GFS (Only They seem to have big enough tortillas)

Mexican Marinaded Steak or Pot Roast

Jalepeno and/or Green Chili salsa (avoid Tomatillos, green tomatoes...just focus on the Chilies)

Cheddar Cheese

Tater Tots or Potatoes from Pot Roast

Sour Cream

Roll it up and eat it.

Optional: Black Olives, Avacado, Taco Bell Hot Sauce.

(This Burrito used to exist at Taco Bell in the late 1980's early 1990's and this approximates that once Heavenly experience.)
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I am going to love this thread now if only I will be able to find it again. not a member but soon to be. Hope to be able to find it again. Search does not work for me. always comes up with zilch... mkhaypeace
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I hate when that happens
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I have a craving for anything someone else cooks! I am so damn sick of cooking these days.

Tonight I went and bought these beautiful Tbone steaks, made baked potatoes and cauliflour that I had to use up and went and burnt the damn steaks when the neighbor called and I got caught up in a conversation with her.
 Quoting: flavapor


ARRGGH. Don't you just hate that! Poor thing.

I had fried chicken, smashed potatoes with gravy, cole slaw and.....ready for it?.....WATERMELON. Mmmmmmm.
tablefood
 Quoting: Nine's


I found a watermelon in my garden the other day, didnt know it was even there, then it just appeared big and green in all its glory
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I am going to love this thread now if only I will be able to find it again. not a member but soon to be. Hope to be able to find it again. Search does not work for me. always comes up with zilch... mkhaypeace
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Go to the first page of this thread and there should be an
Add To Favorites line to click under FLavapors avatar. Click it and it will be added to your Favorites Page!
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can you do that if your an ac unpaid member?
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"bone-in" xtra thick ribeyes.

dry seasoned.

BBQed over mesquite charcoal and "free-range" wood chips.

medium rare.

priceless.
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Okay:

One Bag of Giant Flour Tortillas for Burritos from GFS (Only They seem to have big enough tortillas)

Mexican Marinaded Steak or Pot Roast

Jalepeno and/or Green Chili salsa (avoid Tomatillos, green tomatoes...just focus on the Chilies)

Cheddar Cheese

Tater Tots or Potatoes from Pot Roast

Sour Cream

Roll it up and eat it.

Optional: Black Olives, Avacado, Taco Bell Hot Sauce.

(This Burrito used to exist at Taco Bell in the late 1980's early 1990's and this approximates that once Heavenly experience.)
 Quoting: William_the_Bloody


I actually remember something like this at another fast food taco place in Ca. I think it was called steak taco or something. That chain is gone but I remember loving this. Thanks for posting
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Maybe....I don't know
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Top Ramen.

Boil 2 cups of water.
Open package of noodles, put into boiling water. Let cook for 4 min.
Open sesoning packat, and pour into water with noodles.
Stir to mix
Serve hot.

Servings per package 2 (not really, but thats' what it says)

It's cheaper then Mac N' Cheese, when you're on a budget.
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Take some cheeze wiz and spice that shit up! MMM MMM
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I am going to love this thread now if only I will be able to find it again. not a member but soon to be. Hope to be able to find it again. Search does not work for me. always comes up with zilch... mkhaypeace
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Go to the first page of this thread and there should be an
Add To Favorites line to click under FLavapors avatar. Click it and it will be added to your Favorites Page!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


can you do that if your an ac unpaid member?
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Yes, as long as you are a registered user, paying does not matter. If you pay, you can put threads in your personal pins and they are on top of the pinned threads on your "homepage". You have to be paying member for the personal pins but not the favorites page!
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Made this for brunch today- and invited a neighbor over who is going through tough times...it was yummy :)

4 eggs scrambled
2 flour torts
1 slice mozarella, halved
1 slice extra sharp white cheddar, halved
1/2 avocado, sliced
salsa on the side

Take the flour tort, cover with each type of cheese. Scramble eggs, divide between 2 flour torts, added sliced avocado, fold up like a quesidilla and fry in a bit of grapeseed oil until cheese melts and tort is lightly browned.
Serve hot with salsa on the side.
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"bone-in" xtra thick ribeyes.

dry seasoned.

BBQed over mesquite charcoal and "free-range" wood chips.

medium rare.

priceless.
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I had rib eyes last night, not like that though, AND... I burnt them by accident :(
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Whipped up a nice little creamy pesto sauce the other night for dinner. Added some shrimp and served over pasta.

Creamy Pesto Sauce

2/3 cup prepared pesto
8 oz cream cheese
1 cup heavy cream

Mix it all together and simmer for a bit till it thickens.
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oh my, i love this thread! i'm a recipe junkie!

here's an easy crock pot recipe my kids LOVE (their friends even ask for it if they're coming over) - sorry if someone has posted it or something similar, i've only made it to about pg 12 so far!

anyway...

my kids call it "crockpot shepherd's pie" or "that thing with the hash browns" - i don't recall the original name

*1-2 lb ground beef, browned and drained (i use 1 lb)
1 envelope brown gravy mix (dry, do not add water)
1 can kernel corn
1 can cream corn
1 bag frozen hash browns (the shredded kind)
1 pkg shredded cheddar
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/2-3/4 soup can of milk
salt & pepper

you will be layering this all in your crockpot - liberally use salt * pepper between each layer. i use my large 6qt oval for this recipe.

brown and drain the ground beef then put in bottom of crockpot. mix the envelope of brown gravy with the meat, it will coat it (no water!). drain the kernel corn and spread evenly over the meat. spread the cream corn over the regular corn. next, layer 1/2 the package of cheese, then the whole bag of hashbrowns followed with the remaining cheese. in a separate bowl, whisk the soup and milk together and then pour over top of everything making sure to cover it all. your crockpot will look really full, but it shrinks down. finish off with another sprinkle of salt and pepper, cover and cook on low until bubbly. this depends on your crockpot, mine cooks "hot" so it's only about 4 hrs. your's may vary so make sure it has shrunk down and is all bubbly and smells delicious.

enjoy :)

*i always season ground beef with s&p, a little garlic powder & onion powder, sprinkle of red pepper flakes, etc. when browning it for a recipe, but up to you, plain is fine! too

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Anything cooked by someone else.

Had frozen sweet and sour prawns (plus extra bought prawns) and a slice of chocolate pie (with choc crumb crust). Not bad for stuff you don't have to cook yourself.
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Whipped up a nice little creamy pesto sauce the other night for dinner. Added some shrimp and served over pasta.

Creamy Pesto Sauce

2/3 cup prepared pesto
8 oz cream cheese
1 cup heavy cream

Mix it all together and simmer for a bit till it thickens.
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Gonna tell my son about that one, it sound right up his alley
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oh my, i love this thread! i'm a recipe junkie!

here's an easy crock pot recipe my kids LOVE (their friends even ask for it if they're coming over) - sorry if someone has posted it or something similar, i've only made it to about pg 12 so far!

anyway...

my kids call it "crockpot shepherd's pie" or "that thing with the hash browns" - i don't recall the original name

*1-2 lb ground beef, browned and drained (i use 1 lb)
1 envelope brown gravy mix (dry, do not add water)
1 can kernel corn
1 can cream corn
1 bag frozen hash browns (the shredded kind)
1 pkg shredded cheddar
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/2-3/4 soup can of milk
salt & pepper

you will be layering this all in your crockpot - liberally use salt * pepper between each layer. i use my large 6qt oval for this recipe.

brown and drain the ground beef then put in bottom of crockpot. mix the envelope of brown gravy with the meat, it will coat it (no water!). drain the kernel corn and spread evenly over the meat. spread the cream corn over the regular corn. next, layer 1/2 the package of cheese, then the whole bag of hashbrowns followed with the remaining cheese. in a separate bowl, whisk the soup and milk together and then pour over top of everything making sure to cover it all. your crockpot will look really full, but it shrinks down. finish off with another sprinkle of salt and pepper, cover and cook on low until bubbly. this depends on your crockpot, mine cooks "hot" so it's only about 4 hrs. your's may vary so make sure it has shrunk down and is all bubbly and smells delicious.

enjoy :)

*i always season ground beef with s&p, a little garlic powder & onion powder, sprinkle of red pepper flakes, etc. when browning it for a recipe, but up to you, plain is fine! too
 Quoting: scorpio66


My kids love sheppards pie, but mine is different from yours, I am gonna try yours out. I love that its in the crock pot.
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oh my, i love this thread! i'm a recipe junkie!

here's an easy crock pot recipe my kids LOVE (their friends even ask for it if they're coming over) - sorry if someone has posted it or something similar, i've only made it to about pg 12 so far!

anyway...

my kids call it "crockpot shepherd's pie" or "that thing with the hash browns" - i don't recall the original name

*1-2 lb ground beef, browned and drained (i use 1 lb)
1 envelope brown gravy mix (dry, do not add water)
1 can kernel corn
1 can cream corn
1 bag frozen hash browns (the shredded kind)
1 pkg shredded cheddar
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/2-3/4 soup can of milk
salt & pepper

you will be layering this all in your crockpot - liberally use salt * pepper between each layer. i use my large 6qt oval for this recipe.

brown and drain the ground beef then put in bottom of crockpot. mix the envelope of brown gravy with the meat, it will coat it (no water!). drain the kernel corn and spread evenly over the meat. spread the cream corn over the regular corn. next, layer 1/2 the package of cheese, then the whole bag of hashbrowns followed with the remaining cheese. in a separate bowl, whisk the soup and milk together and then pour over top of everything making sure to cover it all. your crockpot will look really full, but it shrinks down. finish off with another sprinkle of salt and pepper, cover and cook on low until bubbly. this depends on your crockpot, mine cooks "hot" so it's only about 4 hrs. your's may vary so make sure it has shrunk down and is all bubbly and smells delicious.

enjoy :)

*i always season ground beef with s&p, a little garlic powder & onion powder, sprinkle of red pepper flakes, etc. when browning it for a recipe, but up to you, plain is fine! too
 Quoting: scorpio66


This sounds like something my family would enjoy. Since I can't use crockpots, I'll have to adapt it to the oven.
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why cant you use crock pots?
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does anyone have a really good spaghetti recipe?

i worked in a reastaurant that made the BEST spag sauce i ever tasted. all the customers would rave about the sauce. the cooks were very secretive about the sauce. it tasted kind of like the seasoning in chili (maybe they put cumin in it) i did see a cinnamin stick in the back room once. maybe that was another spice they added, but you couldn't taste it in the sauce?
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does anyone have a really good spaghetti recipe?

i worked in a reastaurant that made the BEST spag sauce i ever tasted. all the customers would rave about the sauce. the cooks were very secretive about the sauce. it tasted kind of like the seasoning in chili (maybe they put cumin in it) i did see a cinnamin stick in the back room once. maybe that was another spice they added, but you couldn't taste it in the sauce?
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I add a dash of curry to mine. Just a tiny bit.
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does anyone have a really good spaghetti recipe?

i worked in a reastaurant that made the BEST spag sauce i ever tasted. all the customers would rave about the sauce. the cooks were very secretive about the sauce. it tasted kind of like the seasoning in chili (maybe they put cumin in it) i did see a cinnamin stick in the back room once. maybe that was another spice they added, but you couldn't taste it in the sauce?
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I have hear of people putting cinnamin in tiny amount into things and you cant taste it at all, but it makes the flavor good.
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Mexican Rice
3 Tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup uncooked long-grain rice
1 teaspoon garlic salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/4 cup onion, chopped
1/2 cup tomato sauce ( be CAREFUL not to add the WHOLE can! )
2 cups chicken broth
Heat oil in large saucepan over medium heat and add rice. Cook, stirring constantly, until puffed and golden. While rice is cooking, sprinkle with salt and cumin. Stir in onion and cook until tender. STIR in tomato sauce and chicken broth; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 25 minutes. TURN HEAT OFF and LET SIT FOR 5 MINUTES. Fluff with a fork. GARNISH WITH CHOPPED TOMATOES. Can also garnish with chopped green onions.

Taco meat
1 pound lean ground beef
2 tablespoons cornmeal
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon dried minced onion
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
dash garlic powder
1/2 cup water

Brown the beef, drain
Stir in the rest of the ingredients cook till done

Fill taco shells with meat, sour cream, lettuce, tomato and cheese

Beans

2 cans (15oz) red kidney beans
1 1/2 ts white pepper
1/4 ts paprika
4 tb butter; cut into pieces
1/4 ts garlic powder

Pour beans with some of their liquid into a large saucepan and place over medium heat. Add pepper, paprika, butter and garlic powder. When beans come to a boil, use a fork to mash some of them against the side of the pan. Stir mixture constantly. In about 20 minutes, the beans will reach the consistency of refried beans. (they will be smooth and creamy, with some of the whole beans intact).
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does anyone have a really good spaghetti recipe?

i worked in a reastaurant that made the BEST spag sauce i ever tasted. all the customers would rave about the sauce. the cooks were very secretive about the sauce. it tasted kind of like the seasoning in chili (maybe they put cumin in it) i did see a cinnamin stick in the back room once. maybe that was another spice they added, but you couldn't taste it in the sauce?
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takes a while but it tastes good. to your best sauce toss in a couple of chicken wings and cook till the meat wants to come off the bone. remove the wings and after they have cooled de-bone then put the pulled meat back in sauce.
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I dont have a recipe, but I do like to put in my sauce diced onion a clove of garlic minced, a red pepper, a green pepper, a carrot, some mushrooms and two or three italian sausage,you can use one hot and two mild or reverse depending on your taste. Fresh basil, a handful cut up, a bay leaf, a tsp of oregano.

I put the carrot, peppers and sausage in whole and let them cook in the tomatoe sauce, (I buy the industrial sized can of whole tomato in juice) I throw everything in the pot and slow cook for two or three hours, then I fish out the peppers and and sausage. I usually put the sauce through the blender or food processor cause my kids dont like to see pieces of tomatoes and if they knew they were eating mushrooms they would fall off the chair,same for the carrot, they strive for something that looks like prego (go figure). Once I blend the sauce, the peppers have cooled off some, so I smash them in a bowl and tons of really good juice comes out and I pour it into the sauce, mush them again, you will get juice about 3 times before you have totally mutilated the peppers and the seeds start coming out. At this point eat the peppers or pitch them, toss the sausage back in either cut or whole, and you can use extra sausage too if you want.

Now let it simmer again for an hour.
During the last hour of the cook add a small can of tomato paste, some sugar to taste if its acidy.

PS Mama this is a good recipe, but I dont know if I would can it with the meat in it.

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