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Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
5/29/13 10:10 a.m.

Marie's Chicken enchiladas Gran daze

Swank Force One
Swank Force One MegaDork
5/29/13 10:13 a.m.

^Recipe or BAN, Karl!

Marjorie Suddard
Marjorie Suddard General Manager
5/29/13 3:23 p.m.

Yeah, wth? That's not fair. Post, O taco king.

Margie

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
6/6/13 7:32 a.m.

Marie'Grandaze Enchilada's

What you need 2 chicken breast Pounded flat Chicken Montreal seasoning Bag of yellow rice 10 inch Burrito shells can of enchilada sauce yellow/white cheese mix bag of corn Garlic cloves 1 Onion

Cook rice and brown chicken /chicken montreal seasoned in some olive oil , cube chicken use oil in pan ,cook off some minced garlic 5 or six cloves and 1 diced onions in pan then throw in bag of corn , Then combine with cooked rice add some enchilada sauce,1 cup cheddar cheese grated 1 cup monteray jack to flavor and infuse color and taste . Let cool and then One scoop of mix Fold in ends then Roll big fatty Joint like burrito's and place in pan cover w/remaining enchilada sauce and cheese bake until cheese melts .30 mins covered in 350 degree oven enjoy !

Swank Force One
Swank Force One MegaDork
6/6/13 7:52 a.m.

Well now what the berkeley are those?!?!?

Dammit Karl!

paranoid_android74
paranoid_android74 Reader
6/6/13 8:35 a.m.

Same here! I love Indian food.

Wy wife will never believe where I got the recipe from

93EXCivic wrote:
Marjorie Suddard wrote: Slow cooker chicken tandoori 1 whole chicken 1/2 C yogurt 2 t garam masala 2 cloves garlic, minced 1t ginger 1/2 t cumin 1/4 t ground cloves Juice of one lemon Siracha to taste 1 packet Sazon Goya con Azafran Mix yogurt with next 7 ingredients, pour over chicken in ziploc bag, squeeze to coat and marinate overnight. Put chicken in crockpot, add 1 onion to cavity, cook on Low 8 hrs or High 4.
Must try this one.
1988RedT2
1988RedT2 UberDork
6/6/13 8:50 a.m.

Hard to believe that none of you liberal-thinking progressives have posted this up yet!

Adult Cicadas can be eaten as well as Cicada Larvae. You should pick mature females for your your dish. Adult Cicada males have hollow abdomens and not much meat, but the female Cicadas are filled with lots of fat. Before you start your cooking you need to remove all the hard parts: wings, legs and head. These parts don’t contain much of the meat either but may be very sharp, so its best to get rid of them.

You will need: two tablespoons butter or peanut oil, one and a half pounds of cicadas, two serrano chilies, raw, finely chopped, one tomato, finely chopped, one onion, finely chopped, one and a half table spoon ground pepper, one and a half table spoon cumin, three tablespoons taco seasoning mix, one handful cilantro, chopped, Taco shells, Sour cream, Shredded cheddar cheese, Shredded lettuce.

All you need to do now is: 1. Heat the butter or oil in a frying pan and fry the cicadas for 10 minutes, or until cooked through. 2. Remove from pan and roughly chop into 1/4-inch cubes/ Place back in pan.. 3. Add the chopped onions, chilies and tomato, season with salt, and fry for another 5 minutes on medium-low heat.. 4. Sprinkle with ground pepper, cumin and oregano to taste.. 5. Serve in taco shells and garnish with cilantro, sour cream, lettuce and cheddar cheese.

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
6/6/13 9:34 a.m.

Bullseye ! Fun for the young and young at heart ! Toast bread have way ish hollow out a space for egg in the middle . Butter bread on both sides . cook as you like your egg ! eNJOY !aS seen on v for vendetta

Marjorie Suddard
Marjorie Suddard General Manager
6/6/13 9:36 a.m.

In reply to paranoid_android74:

Edited it for you, because I left the Sazon Goya out of my original post, and it really gives you that nice color.

Margie

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
6/6/13 9:37 a.m.
Swank Force One wrote: Well now what the berkeley are those?!?!? Dammit Karl!

Breakfast parafits but ofcourse , fruit of choice yogurt ,whipped cream and cinammon sugar top

Swank Force One
Swank Force One MegaDork
6/6/13 9:40 a.m.
Karl La Follette wrote:
Swank Force One wrote: Well now what the berkeley are those?!?!? Dammit Karl!
Breakfast parafits but ofcourse , fruit of choice yogurt ,whipped cream and cinammon sugar top

Oh, i was hoping they were something i could get hammered on.

What sort of booze would you suggest adding to those?

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
6/6/13 9:43 a.m.

A brandy would be fine

93EXCivic
93EXCivic MegaDork
6/6/13 9:45 a.m.
Swank Force One wrote:
Karl La Follette wrote:
Swank Force One wrote: Well now what the berkeley are those?!?!? Dammit Karl!
Breakfast parafits but ofcourse , fruit of choice yogurt ,whipped cream and cinammon sugar top
Oh, i was hoping they were something i could get hammered on. What sort of booze would you suggest adding to those?

I would say rum.

mtn
mtn UltimaDork
6/6/13 10:12 a.m.
93EXCivic wrote:
Swank Force One wrote:
Karl La Follette wrote:
Swank Force One wrote: Well now what the berkeley are those?!?!? Dammit Karl!
Breakfast parafits but ofcourse , fruit of choice yogurt ,whipped cream and cinammon sugar top
Oh, i was hoping they were something i could get hammered on. What sort of booze would you suggest adding to those?
I would say rum.

Kahllua in your coffee that you drink with breakfast.

Or gin with your oj. Or Amaretto with your oj.

paranoid_android74
paranoid_android74 Reader
6/6/13 5:01 p.m.

OH MY GAAAAAWD! Must eat now!

DukeOfUndersteer wrote: Savory: Bacon and Egg Toast Cups Ingredients: 6 slices of bacon, uncooked or precooked 6 slices of whole grain bread 1/2 cup shredded cheddar or Mexican-style cheese 6 eggs Salt and pepper to taste Directions: Preheat the oven to 400° F. Generously spray muffin pan with cooking spray. In a frying pan, cook bacon about 3-5 minutes, until partially cooked but not completely crispy. You want it to still be flexible. Transfer to a paper towel-lined plate. Cut circles (about 3 1/2 inches) in each piece of bread using a drinking glass turned upside down. Press the bread rounds into the greased muffin wells. Curl a piece of bacon around the periphery of each piece of bread, positioning it between the bread and the muffin tin to help keep it in position. This can be a little tricky until you get the hang of it. Sprinkle a small amount of shredded cheese in the center of each piece of bread. Crack one egg over each piece of bread being careful not to break the yolks. If you don’t want to use all of the egg white, you may need to adjust the cooking time. Once all the bread pieces have been topped with eggs, bake until eggs are cooked through to your liking (about 15 minutes for me) and bacon is crispy. Run a knife around the edge of each muffin well and pop the egg cups out. Season with salt and pepper to taste and serve immediately.
scardeal
scardeal Dork
6/7/13 9:54 a.m.

Stupidly good snack food:

Mix 2 parts honey roasted peanuts with 1 part chocolate chips.

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
6/7/13 2:59 p.m.

Stuffed pork loin

Unkle Tow browning off litttle piggy stuffed cheeze .prosciouto spinach tied off butcher twine /Tow truck front wheel in microwave window Dogs say bring beer ice and bacon

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
6/7/13 3:04 p.m.

We doing prime ribalso Happy Birthday marie I love you sweetheart !

1988RedT2
1988RedT2 UberDork
6/9/13 10:26 a.m.

Anybody got any good recipes for blackberries? I'm a week or two away from being deluged with huge, ripe, juicy, scrumptious, voluptuous blackberries!

EastCoastMojo
EastCoastMojo GRM+ Memberand Mod Squad
7/28/13 6:21 p.m.

I usually just put blackberries on my fruit salad, but I would love to make a pie with them.

I can share a tip for keeping berries fresher longer; rinse them in a mixture of one part vinegar (white or apple cider work best) and ten parts water. I mix up the rinse in a large bowl and plunge the berries right in. Then, rinse under cold water and dry, I usually set mine on paper towels.

When I go to refrigerate them, I line a large mason jar with a dry paper towel and put the berries in that with the lid on. I have tried this on strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries, seems to work well at keeping the mold at bay.

Mitchell
Mitchell SuperDork
7/29/13 12:23 a.m.

I recommend the following cookbook: Madhur Jaffrey's Quick & Easy Indian Cooking http://amzn.com/0811859010

Over the years I had strayed from recipes and as a result cooked only from intuition. As a result, everything I made tasted familiar. The Indian cookbook I linked to has introduced a lot more variety into my diet, and I enjoy learning new techniques again. I had to buy a ton of new spices, but I have loved all of the recipes it features. It also introduced to me "tarka," or frying select spices in oil to change the spice's flavor.

beans
beans Reader
7/29/13 2:58 p.m.

My Carne Asada recipie I stole from my old job and tweaked a bit.

3# of Flank or Skirt steak(the thinner the better, MOAR FLAVURZ)

2 cans of chipotle peppers

3 cloves of garlic

1/4 Large white onion

handful of Cilantro(no stems)

2 limes

Paprika(3 good shakes)- smoked adds a nice touch

Chili Powder(Chili 9000 from Penzey's highly recommended, 3-4 good shakes)

Salt- 1 tsp

2 Corona's

Blend the chili powder, paprika, salt, garlic, onion, cilantro, juice of both limes until a little chunky(but not too chunky). Adjust seasoning to taste. DO NOT THROW AWAY THE EMPTY CANS THE CHIPOTLES CAME IN OR THE LIMES AFTER THE JUICE HAS BEEN SQUEEZED OUT!!! Open one Corona, Add a little bit of the corona to the cans, swish it around to get all the remaining goodness out, and dump it into the blended mixture. Pour it over your steak, making sure to distribute evenly below, between, above, and all around the steak. Throw in the limes. Pour the rest of the 1st bottle of corona into the mixture and mush it around with the steak until it's all nice and distributed evenly. Stash in the fridge overnight, and grill it to perfection the next day; you can dump the rest of the mixture over the steak while grilling. Can be eaten with some black beans and rice, or cut it up to use in fajitas, burritos, tacos, nachos, etc.

Oh, that second Corona? Go ahead, crack it open and enjoy it.

I'll be making this again in a week or two and will post pics. It's especially delicious.

93EXCivic
93EXCivic MegaDork
7/29/13 3:07 p.m.

In reply to beans:

God I must make that soon.

Karl La Follette
Karl La Follette SuperDork
9/2/13 3:44 p.m.

prepping chicken Pinchos and zuchini and squash pinchos

JoeyM
JoeyM Mod Squad
9/12/13 7:49 a.m.

OK, this was easy, sounds weird, but was REALLY good.

I had baked salmon at Mom and Dad's house last night. Dad oiled a cookie sheet to bake it on, drizzled olive oil over the fish, sprinkled it with a store bought lemon-pepper spice mix, and then topped it with of all things, apple butter(!!!). When he baked it, the apple butter cooked down into a REALLY nice glaze. I never would have considered it, and it was great.

This was served with the worlds easiest side salad. (We call it a "greek salad" but I have no idea how authentic it is.)
lots of cherry tomatoes, halved
1 medium sized onion, cut into small pieces crumbled feta cheese (garlic and herb pre-infused)
drizzle with balsamic vinegar and olive oil

The other sides we had were yellow rice and some squash and zuccini. It made a really good meal.

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