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On the "Lighter Side".....share you favorite recipe.....
October 30, 2006
7:14 pm
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For me, hands down - it is the Cajun BBQ shrimp recipe found in the book: "The Frugal Gourmet" by Jeff Smith.

I have made so many copies of this for folks that wanted the recipe after they tried it over the years - that it ripped out of my book! (Had to buy another one!!!!)

October 30, 2006
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Too many to write, i am a great cook, have the nack from birth. Anything you want to make , ask me. Love baking too, would like to start my own biz.

October 30, 2006
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Last night I made posole and cornbread --

You brown lots of pork cut in cubes, add lots of onion and garlic and then golden hominy and enough chicken boullion to be thick soup. The seasoning is green chili peppers and cumin and oregano.

The cornbread has more peppers and onions and a can of creamed corn and eggs and seasoning. I mean, it's not just plain old cornbread and it is wonderful dipped in the posole. 🙂

October 30, 2006
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Too many to write, i am a great cook, have the nack from birth. Anything you want to make , ask me. Love baking too, would like to start my own biz.

October 30, 2006
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Bake some potatoes wrapped in aluminum foil.

In the same oven put peeled yams into a covered glass pan with a pinch of water to give steam action.

When the potatoes and yams are done serve them together with butter and sour cream.

Personally, I mash equal parts of potato and yam up together and slather the mix with butter and sour cream.

It is like hot sweet-sour ice cream.

That's a whole meal for me.

October 30, 2006
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Brynnie,

I love pozole...

October 31, 2006
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Hej army, you spelled it differently. Makes me think you know way more about posole than I do!!

Maybe you or someone has a recipe for this chicken stew I had once that was creamy (white, not green) and very spicey. I've tried to duplicate it several times with marginal luck.

October 31, 2006
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Omelette with mushrooms.

Beat a number of eggs counting 2 per person, season according to taste with salt, pepper. Add mushrooms and pour the whole contents into a frying pan with some hot vegetable oil & let it cook on medium heat.

Keep it cooking thru till base becomes solid. Turn it over to the other side and cook till liquid becomes solid.

Enjoy with some cut-up tomatoes and bread.

I like this recipe. It is easy, simple, nurtrious and for people on the go or right after the office.

PS: You may replace mushrooms with other veggies. Or if you don't like mushrooms, you may replace with another favourite item.

October 31, 2006
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Today I made "Paellla" and it was just tasty. The best quickest meal you can have even right after work.

Bought some shrimps from grocery and peeled them and washed them.

Put some oil in a saucepan and fry some diced onions till translucent. Add chopped garlic and keep cooking. Add whatever veggies you have: pepper (green/red), carrots, zuchinnis etc. Add the shrimps, and chicken stock, black ground pepper & water and cover the lid but keep it slightly open. Let it cook on medium heat.

Some people, like me, like to give it Chinese touch even tho its Spansih dish, like adding Soy sauce & ginger, like I did today.

Keep it cooking till water evaporates and enjoy the meal!

Excellent for this chilly weather nowadays!

~Ras~

October 31, 2006
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Oh, I am sorry folks I forgot to mention to add the...Rice right b4 you pour on the chicken stock. So there you go.

This is how you measure Rice:

1/2 cup rice (per person) for

1 cup of water.

So, if you make for 2 persons, you double the amount so it becomes:

1 cup of rice = 2 cups of water.

I hope that makes sense to you and please forgive me for the confusion!

November 2, 2006
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2 cans artichoke hearts
1/2 cup Mayo
1/2 (dry) package of Zesty Italian dressing
one package of grated parmesan cheese

mix the atrichoke hearts, dressing and 3/4 package of cheese in a baking dish, put remaing cheese on top
heat at 240 degrees for 20 min or until cheese melted and mixture bubbles.
serve warm with crackers or chips
Taste just like crab dip....um!

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