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Posted 5/8/13

bigbanginme wrote:

BREAD, CRISPY CHICKEN, LETTUCE AND MAYO= MC.CHICKEN


I knew I'd find you in here haha.

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Ramen cheese soup!

Just mix ramen soup with milk instead of water. Then drain & add macaroni powder cheese.

Its not as gross as it sounds!

In fact, it tastes amazing. There's already milk in cheese and its sorta like macaroni & cheese. Pleas try it. no one in my family will.
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Posted 5/9/13 , edited 5/9/13
Head of shredded green cabbage (rinsed & drained),
One large yellow onion in slivers,
salt
pepper
Korean red pepper powder......stirfry
& 1lb of cooked ground meat of your choice (we use turkey)....eat with rice & soy sauce.

We call it "cabbage fry"....we eat it when we get too close to getting over the monthly grocery budget. Cheap, easy, & good ...wait....


Click the link......Cabbage girl beckons you....
http://static3.depositphotos.com/1000277/121/i/450/dep_1217037-The-girl-hides-in-cabbage..jpg



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For me its http://justhungry.com/japanese-beef-curry. Its filling and the recipe makes a huge amount. Great when your cooking for a crowd. Also making it yourself means you can tailor the spice level to the group your cooking for.
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you're making me shy
My love for McChicken <3 I want a diet coke with it 0_0
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My favorite pick me up whenever I have a massive hangover is an omelet with cheese and some bacon.
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Soo GOOD!

Traditional Turkish dish called 'Manti'!
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Posted 5/9/13
My favorite recipe would have to be Stuffed Bell Peppers:



Not including steaks like prime rib and filet mignon of course...
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Posted 5/9/13 , edited 5/9/13
Spaghetti, it's what's for dinner:
Sauté 1 lb of ground beef. Add seasonings if you want (an Italian spice grinder works well, Worcestershire sauce, oregano, garlic sea salt, steakhouse blend, etc.)
Set that beef aside, then in the same pan, sauté up a diced yellow onion, 1-2 diced bell peppers (I recommend orange, red, or yellow, they're more flavorful than the normal green). The oils from the beef will be enough to grease the pan, and the flavors will help meld things together.
At this point, re-add the beef, add some diced green olives (garlic stuffed are great, jalapeño stuffed if you like things spicy), some sliced mushrooms (about 1/2 of a container from the fresh aisle), 1-2 cans of diced tomatoes (I like fire roasted or with spices if possible), and possibly a bottle of spaghetti sauce if you want it extra saucy. If you didn't use garlic stuffed olives, you might dice up half a head of garlic and put that in as well, if you like garlic. Let this simmer at low heat while you work on the rest of the meal so the flavors blend. Feel free to toss in other veggies like sliced zucchini, carrots, or others if you like. A bit of red wine never hurt the flavor, if you have a cup available to add to the sauce, and the alcohol will mostly cook out while it's simmering away.

Separate pot - boil your noodles. Once the water is at a good boil, it should only take about 11 minutes. You can spice the water if you want (Tabasco sauce, more oregano, etc), but it won't do all that much, really, just a hint of flavor. Drain the noodles when you like how done they are, and pour a bit of oil (veggie, olive, whatever) on top and toss them a bit to prevent sticking.

After that, combine your noodles and the sauce from above and you've got a yummy meal. Well, many meals. This will feed a good number of people. If you want to freeze it for later, keep the noodles and sauce in separate bags/containers.

Side - garlic bread. Buy a loaf of French bread, from the discount aisle if possible. Cut it into 1-2" thick slabs, apply butter to one side, then add garlic powder, other spices to taste (maybe some sea salt, pepper, etc.) Experiment until you find what you like, as even the discount loaf of French bread will last a good week if you're careful about sealing it up (longer if you stick it in the freezer), and you can cook as many or as few slices of the bread at a time as you like. Cook at 425 for 7-ish minutes in the oven.

... now I'm hungry.
Posted 5/9/13
Chinese sausage in my fried rice ...

well ..
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Put into microwave, heat for 4 minutes, stir vigorously,
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Duplicate.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-730653/cooking-d is an older thread with more recent activity.

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