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bunch of fucking fresh garlic cloves

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Brief, I don't always agree with you, but you fucking crack me up!
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LOL, you should see my recipes as I have them written out...I mean, sometimes you want three or four cloves and other times you want more...quantities may vary

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Peanut Thai dish..
(I don't know if it's technically a peanut satay)

Rice noodles

Fresh snow peas

Fresh red pepper, chopped

1/2 (or whole) onion, chopped

Lots of fresh garlic, chopped

1/2 cup peanut butter

Tamari or soy sauce

Chicken breast or tofu

Whatever else you want in it.. carrots, bean sprouts, scallions, etc.



Bring water to a boil, take off heat, throw in rice noodles for 5-7 minutes. Strain, put noodles in cold water to keep.

Make a sauce with the tamari, peanut butter, whatever else (chili garlic sauce, General Tso's sauce), stir fry the meat and veggies, strain and add the noodles, stir fry everything.

Voila.. easy, filling, healthy!


Just made this last night and am probably eating the leftovers again tonight.
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Broccoli With Lemon Almond Butter


headfresh broccoli, cut into florets


1/4 cupbutter, melted


2 tablespoonslemon juice


1 teaspoonlemon zest


1/4 cupblanched slivered almonds


1.Steam or boil broccoli until tender, approximately 4 to 8 minutes. Drain.
2.In a small saucepan, melt butter over medium low heat. Remove from heat. Stir in lemon juice. lemon zest, and almonds. Pour over hot broccoli, and serve.

EZ & Delish!!

Last Edited by Angelic_Warrior on 02/08/2013 04:57 PM
But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
I Corinthians 2:14

God doesn't choose favorites.. They choose HIM

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Alright im going grocery shopping tonight... Whilst I am shopping I will check this and hopefully find a few recipes.

I will get the indigents to the ones that sound delicious and make the dish later on.

I'm all about trying new things...

So share with me GLP...

What recipes do ye got to share?

I'll share some of my later tonight or tomorrow.


thankyouweryacul
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The indigents?

Why is it that Americans always use WRONG words in pretty much ever'thang they be a-postin'?

scream
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grammarnazi
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Words actually MEAN THINGS, BRIEF!

Indigent in no way equates to ingredient.
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No, but somehow you figured out what he meant by the context, because clearly indigent doesn't fit in with cooking...
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Peanut Thai dish..
(I don't know if it's technically a peanut satay)

Rice noodles

Fresh snow peas

Fresh red pepper, chopped

1/2 (or whole) onion, chopped

Lots of fresh garlic, chopped

1/2 cup peanut butter

Tamari or soy sauce

Chicken breast or tofu

Whatever else you want in it.. carrots, bean sprouts, scallions, etc.



Bring water to a boil, take off heat, throw in rice noodles for 5-7 minutes. Strain, put noodles in cold water to keep.

Make a sauce with the tamari, peanut butter, whatever else (chili garlic sauce, General Tso's sauce), stir fry the meat and veggies, strain and add the noodles, stir fry everything.

Voila.. easy, filling, healthy!


Just made this last night and am probably eating the leftovers again tonight.
 Quoting: Vermonster



Mmmmm sounds good!
But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
I Corinthians 2:14

God doesn't choose favorites.. They choose HIM

It is not the greatness of my faith that moves mountains but my faith in the greatness of God
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Cream of Sum Yung Gai:


1 qt chicken cooking stock

1 chopped onion

1/4 cup chopped green onion

1 tbs corn starch

Bring broth, corn starch, and onions to a boil and then reduce heat to a simmer...jack off in pot until nuts are depleted

serve to someone you don't like
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Blood pudding with roasted garlic...

1 pint of A+postive blood, make it Banker's blood

12 whole garlic heads, peeled and spit roasted

Butter the baking dish, add the rotten blood of those banksters. Layer the garlic over the top, and bake at 350 for about half an hour.

Sprinkle with shredded billy goat gruff cheese.

Love ya, Dr.Acula

P.S. Be sure they mind their manners and say "fangs a lot."
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you know the trick to a juicy steak is sea salt and make sure you season it a few hours before cooking.. Then take it out of the fridge and let rest on the counter for 15 mins.. Not sure why but the steak is so juicy when I do it this way.

and never freeze steak. Always get it fresh and eat it that day for the best result.
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Where are you getting fresh 'unfrozen' unless you raise your own and even then wouldnt you have to freeze it since you couldnt eat a cow in one meal.
You do realize the meat in the coolers at the store was frozen then thawed before it was put there.
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okay ya'll billhillies. Mees momma gots this dad burn chipper dipper from an old Bavarian woman around the 4th er 5th decade of the 20th century! hi itz my favorite of a time. Wondered why kraft never packaged it for sale themselves.
Powdered Garlic- 1 tsp. or more or less , up to you
Kraft Cream Cheese - Set out to get room temp
Kraft French Dressing - 1-2 tbsp.
French's Worcestershire Sauce - 1-2 tbsp.
Kraft Miracle Whip - 2-4 tablespoons
Mike Sells Wavy chips cooked in peanut oil
whip er upstir, till creamy, chill and whew baby, you will reekdead3 for a while but it is to live for. Don't breath ohnoany friends.
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BLT


Bacon
Lettuce
Tomatoe
Bread
Mayo
Mustard


Repeat...
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Bloody Mary

1 girl Named Mary

Lots of fresh blood

Bite neck and enjoy! lol!
Best served warm!
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Awesome chili:

1 lb hamburger (lean)

1 lb spicy ground sausage

1 onion

bunch of fucking fresh garlic cloves

1 QT spicy hot V8 juice

2 packages Frenches chili mix

2 cans Brooks spicy hot chili beans

2 cans rotel

1 big ass can crushed tomatoes


Caramelize half the diced onion and fresh crushed garlic and then brown meat on top of it...do not drain

Throw everything into a crock pot and simmer on low all day, or all night to have great chili all the next day...

If you like pasta in your chili then add enough water (about a cup) and salt to cook directly in the chili as it simmers in crock pot.

Feel free to add chili powder and garlic powder to taste
 Quoting: BRIEF


this man knows his chili. if I can make a suggestion? A tablespoon or two of cayenne powder.
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You crazy son of a bitch! Lol...
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Easy Biryani

I jar Pataks hot and spicy biryani paste
2 Chicken breasts
2 Potatoes
Handful of green beans
Raisins (optional but good)

Preheat oven to 165c

Heat oil in a heavy pot with a lid that can be transferred to the oven.

Cut up potatoes and start browning
Cut up chicken and brown
Add beans

Add 1 cup basmati rice and paste and 1/3 cup water.

Stir well making sure to get all the yummy stuff off the bottom of the pot.

Put lid on and bake for 35 - 45 minutes.

Five minutes before serving cook some rotis and toast pine nuts to sprinkle on top.

Yum, yum. Easy, quick and only one pot to wash up.
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Steak, salt, pepper, garlic powder, run it through a warm room, enjoy.
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Alright im going grocery shopping tonight... Whilst I am shopping I will check this and hopefully find a few recipes.

I will get the indigents to the ones that sound delicious and make the dish later on.

I'm all about trying new things...

So share with me GLP...

What recipes do ye got to share?

I'll share some of my later tonight or tomorrow.


thankyouweryacul
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


The indigents?

Why is it that Americans always use WRONG words in pretty much ever'thang they be a-postin'?

scream
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28925747


See while you go shopping looking for ingredients to cook with... I go looking for indigents...

Noun: A Needy Person...

Vampire's gotta eat...

Grocery stores are full of humans buying human food...

Naturally a hungry Vampire will go where the food is...


scheming

btw

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Broccoli With Lemon Almond Butter


headfresh broccoli, cut into florets


1/4 cupbutter, melted


2 tablespoonslemon juice


1 teaspoonlemon zest


1/4 cupblanched slivered almonds


1.Steam or boil broccoli until tender, approximately 4 to 8 minutes. Drain.
2.In a small saucepan, melt butter over medium low heat. Remove from heat. Stir in lemon juice. lemon zest, and almonds. Pour over hot broccoli, and serve.

EZ & Delish!!
 Quoting: Angelic_Warrior


thumbs

gonna try this

hf thanks!
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Salad Shirazi


5 Persian cucumbers (or 2 English cucumbers, the idea is to use seedless cucumbers)

4 round tomatoes

1 medium red onion

1/2 cup fresh lemon juice

1 tbsp dry mint

1 tbsp oil

salt & pepper


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Cream of Sum Yung Gai:


1 qt chicken cooking stock

1 chopped onion

1/4 cup chopped green onion

1 tbs corn starch

Bring broth, corn starch, and onions to a boil and then reduce heat to a simmer...jack off in pot until nuts are depleted

serve to someone you don't like
 Quoting: BRIEF


cruise
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Blood pudding with roasted garlic...

1 pint of A+postive blood, make it Banker's blood

12 whole garlic heads, peeled and spit roasted

Butter the baking dish, add the rotten blood of those banksters. Layer the garlic over the top, and bake at 350 for about half an hour.

Sprinkle with shredded billy goat gruff cheese.

Love ya, Dr.Acula

P.S. Be sure they mind their manners and say "fangs a lot."
 Quoting: Meadow 1560850


lol

cheerS
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BLT


Bacon
Lettuce
Tomatoe
Bread
Mayo
Mustard


Repeat...
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Thats a staple around here

grinning
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Awesome chili:

1 lb hamburger (lean)

1 lb spicy ground sausage

1 onion

bunch of fucking fresh garlic cloves

1 QT spicy hot V8 juice

2 packages Frenches chili mix

2 cans Brooks spicy hot chili beans

2 cans rotel

1 big ass can crushed tomatoes


Caramelize half the diced onion and fresh crushed garlic and then brown meat on top of it...do not drain

Throw everything into a crock pot and simmer on low all day, or all night to have great chili all the next day...

If you like pasta in your chili then add enough water (about a cup) and salt to cook directly in the chili as it simmers in crock pot.

Feel free to add chili powder and garlic powder to taste
 Quoting: BRIEF


I actually went with the intention of getting stuff to make Chili... forgot all about it... until I read that!

I'm going to try ur recipe! Thanks!

cheers
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Peanut Thai dish..
(I don't know if it's technically a peanut satay)

Rice noodles

Fresh snow peas

Fresh red pepper, chopped

1/2 (or whole) onion, chopped

Lots of fresh garlic, chopped

1/2 cup peanut butter

Tamari or soy sauce

Chicken breast or tofu

Whatever else you want in it.. carrots, bean sprouts, scallions, etc.



Bring water to a boil, take off heat, throw in rice noodles for 5-7 minutes. Strain, put noodles in cold water to keep.

Make a sauce with the tamari, peanut butter, whatever else (chili garlic sauce, General Tso's sauce), stir fry the meat and veggies, strain and add the noodles, stir fry everything.

Voila.. easy, filling, healthy!


Just made this last night and am probably eating the leftovers again tonight.
 Quoting: Vermonster


gonna try this!

hf
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Easy Biryani

I jar Pataks hot and spicy biryani paste
2 Chicken breasts
2 Potatoes
Handful of green beans
Raisins (optional but good)

Preheat oven to 165c

Heat oil in a heavy pot with a lid that can be transferred to the oven.

Cut up potatoes and start browning
Cut up chicken and brown
Add beans

Add 1 cup basmati rice and paste and 1/3 cup water.

Stir well making sure to get all the yummy stuff off the bottom of the pot.

Put lid on and bake for 35 - 45 minutes.

Five minutes before serving cook some rotis and toast pine nuts to sprinkle on top.

Yum, yum. Easy, quick and only one pot to wash up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33983565


I wanted to try this too...

but the damned store didnt have any Indian food... so no spicy biryani paste to be found :(

but its noted and will try at first chance

cheerS
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Thanks everyone for sharing with me!

I'm gonna try the most of them.

cheers
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Bush Beans, heat & eat
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1 red pepper
1 green pepper
1 onion
1 cauliflower head
a decent bundle of broccoli
2 carrot sticks
2 celery sticks
some hot peppers of your prefered strength
some garlic cloves

Chop all this up into little bits, mix together, and fry in your preferred vegetable oil so that the veggies start sweating their juices but remain crunchy (they start getting shiny)

This makes several days worth of healthy veggie stir-fry for rather cheap! The flavors all blend together in a nice way.

Add chopped cooked chicken for some meat if that's your thing, like lilydale pre-cooked chicken strips, but that adds significantly to the cost heh

I'm sure other veggies would work well too, those are just what I usually use. I know cauliflower is bland on it's own, but this way it absorbs the other flavors and is a good low-carb replacement to rice.

I got this from watching the "My Big Fat Diet" documentary

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Easiest dessert recipe I've ever heard:

1 box white cake mix
2 cans peaches
1 can Sprite

Grease pan with butter, sides and bottom. Pour in dry cake mix evenly. Peaches over that. Pour can of Sprite over top. Do NOT stir or mix! Bake 350° for about 40 minutes.

And the best thing...I've tried it with draining the peaches or not, peaches in heavy syrup or the other type, tried 7UP and Ginger Ale, used unfrozen sliced strawberries, used fruit cocktail. Next on my list is trying chocolate cake!

Probably not too healthy, but you have to have a treat sometime! Stores sometimes have sales of buy 10 of something and its $10. Get 10 cake mixes, 20 cans of fruit, and a 12 pack of Sprite. You have 10 desserts for 35 bucks. Good for preppers!

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