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Old 01-11-09, 01:26 PM   #1
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Ok...Here's what I cooked for lunch tomorrow.
grilled chicken breast w/ gravy made from 1 cube of boullion, sauteed onions, bellpeppers, and a little cornstarch to thicken it slightly. Mustard greens, and 1 slice of the wheat bread I cooked yesterday.

So....what are some of your favorite things to cook?
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Old 01-11-09, 02:14 PM   #2
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Just finished baking some bread.
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Mmmm veggie sukiyaki.
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Grilled venison tenderloin
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Old 01-11-09, 02:57 PM   #6
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Just finished baking some bread.
Snap. I just tried to bake bread for the first time ever. It didn't turn out too well; looks like a mushroom.
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Old 01-11-09, 03:33 PM   #7
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Old 01-11-09, 04:02 PM   #8
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I just got back from a hilly ride and am eating a hot turkey meatloaf sandwich on french bread with swiss cheese. I love meatloaf, especially my own.

Now that I have a pasta maker I'm looking for good recipes to try with that.
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For lunch today, I made a meal fit for a king. Peanut butter and jelly on toasted sliced of buttermilk Eggo waffle! With chips.
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I love to cook. For lunch I did sauteed hericot verts (green beans) with tasso ham, pine nuts, capers, white wine, tiger shrimp, walnuts, and parmesean.

I'd kill to have a pasta maker Cbad! So jealous. My kitchen is roughly the size of a standard home's hall closet, so I don't have much room to create magic

I'm about to go eat at my parents' house for dinner. Mom's making chicken paprikash. Excited. Nothing like taking advantage of mom's cooking
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For lunch today, I made a meal fit for a king. Peanut butter and jelly on toasted sliced of buttermilk Eggo waffle! With chips.
My breakfast was a toasted eggo with peanut butter and the requisite cup of coffee.
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For lunch today, I made a meal fit for a king. Peanut butter and jelly on toasted sliced of buttermilk Eggo waffle! With chips.
What, no marshmallow cream or banana?
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I think lasagna is my favorite thing to make with my pasta machine.
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My kitchen is roughly the size of a standard home's hall closet, so I don't have much room to create magic
I feel your pain. it really is a detriment that squashes one's culinary enthusiasm sometimes.

we have a teeny galley kitchen and it is a wonder my wife can make anything in there, let alone the really fine meals she comes up with now. She really needs a 'real' kitchen...*sigh* someday.
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Here's my bread.
That looks good. Thanks for the reminder; I gotta pull the bread machine back out now that my holiday audio digitizing center has been removed from the dining table.
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For dinner tonight, I am thinking about pan-searing some salmon, topping iy with a ginger glaze, and serving it with sauteed, peppered asparagus, with a side of steamed Brazilian rice...

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This thread made me obsess over food. Luckily there was another thread on foo that made me obsess on something else. i guess what i mean is, foo is healthy food for my various obsessions.
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Heres what I made my wife for dinner yesterday Corned beef, steamed aspargus with garlic pepper and butter sauce, and a green pepper salad Today was white rice, red beans, and fried chicken. Which we dont have to often. (fried foods that is)

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Dude, I went over my sisters today and she was fixing four fried sausages, fried bacon, three fried eggs, three pieces of toast smothered in butter, and a large glass of Pepsi FOR DINNER!!! and she has a very similiar dinner EVERY DAY!!!
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Sounds like the Denny's Grand Slam to me. Also reminds me I need to go to the store.
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15 bean soup (cooking since yesterday), and lean pork.

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Heres what I made my wife for dinner yesterday Corned beef, steamed aspargus with garlic pepper and butter sauce, and a green pepper salad Today was white rice, red beans, and fried chicken. Which we dont have to often. (fried foods that is)

Oh yum! I want your asparagus.

Tonight, its steamed veggies and brown rice. 'Tis a family favorite 'round here.
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