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  1. peeplessinNC

    Singapore Street Noodles

    Oh, man Mike! This is something I will have to try this! Did they give you the recipe at PF Chang's or did you sleuth this out yourself??? Thanks!
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    How many of you use plain old all purpose flour to cook and bake with?

    "People have a tendency to think that if you are from the country that you're a little less intelligent than the average person and that is just not true." Same way some people think Southerners are less intelligent because some of us t-a-l-k---a---l-i-t-t-l-e---s-l-o-w. That's when I roll my...
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    How many of you use plain old all purpose flour to cook and bake with?

    You just keep on using what you're using 'cause we can see the results here and you know whether or not your family and guests eat it all up! LOL! BettyR, you turn out some beautiful breads, cakes, etc. and it sounds as if you are a somewhat frugal baker/cook also, which is great! When I...
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    Who makes freezer meals in bulk?

    Here is the meatball recipe that I use; I make them small because that's how I like them: Freezer Stash Meatballs Makes 48 meatballs; 8 servings 3 pounds lean ground beef 1 1/2 cups soft bread crumbs 3 eggs 6 tablespoons minced onion 3 cloves garlic, crushed 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2...
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    What are you baking now?

    Beautiful angel food cake! It's been many years since I made one of those.
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    What are you baking now?

    I'd feel rich eating that "poor man's Beef Wellington!" Today I've got a recipe of Portuguese Sweet Bread rising in the oven - flavored with some grated orange peel - that I'm going to make into breakfast rolls. I need to take something over to welcome my new neighbors and these sounded good...
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    Revisiting Pot Stickers

    Until you find that bamboo steamer, just line your metal steamer basket with either lettuce leaves or cabbage leaves. Keeps the dumplings from sticking to the metal and also makes cleaning the steamer basket easier.
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    Revisiting Pot Stickers

    Your tutorial is just great! Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. I make pot stickers often, but have not made them with my own dough yet.....just not enough free time to do it yet. I got my press when I visited an Asian cooking store in Philadelphia last year....only cost $1.00!
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    What are you baking now?

    Tonight I was trying a new sourdough bread recipe. Went in to check near the end of the baking time and.....hmmmmm.......is that odd smell the bread??? Noooooo......it was the smell of a smoldering pot holder. I had left it on the rack when I preheated the oven just a minute then set the bowl of...
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    Does anyone make chili using dried beans?

    I pressure cook my own beans because I prefer the small red beans instead of red kidney beans. It's harder to find canned small red beans on the grocery store shelves here. I cook a whole bag of dried beans in the pressure cooker after boiling them one minute, letting them soak, then I pour off...
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    Creative egg breakfasts needed!!!!!

    Goldenrod Eggs (or Eggs Goldenrod) Ingredients: 2 hard-cooked eggs 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon white pepper 1 cup milk 2 slices bread, toasted Directions: 1. Cut eggs in half; remove yolks and set aside. Chop egg whites; set aside. In a...
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    Creative egg breakfasts needed!!!!!

    Scotch Eggs are tasty and different! http://allrecipes.com/recipe/scotch-eggs/ Egg In The Hole (1 serving) 2 eggs 2 slices of bread 1 teaspoon butter In a skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Tear a 1 and 1/2-inch hole out of the center of each piece of bread. Tilt the skillet so the...
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    Recipes/foods that freeze well,

    This tasty casserole freezes well: http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Chicken-Stuffing-Casserole-3 Chicken Tetrazini is another favorite that is easy to make and freeze: http://southernfood.about.com/od/chickencasseroles/r/bl31011b.htm
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    Easy Bake Oven Recipes?

    Here is one web site with lots of recipes: http://www.budget101.com/frugal/easy-bake-oven-mixes-187/
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    What are you baking now?

    Today I made Lemon Pecan Bread with the friendship starter - turned out good! Also made an enchilada casserole (see the crock pot thread) and mixed up the cinnamon babka dough. It is chilling in the fridge, so it will be easier to handle tomorrow.....yeah.....that's it.....I won't deal with it...
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    Any Crazy Crock Pot Lovin Chicken People out there? Post Recipes/Pics!

    AinaWGSD, Your enchilada casserole is very good! Just took it out of the oven and served up some for my lunch. I baked this in a glass oblong casserole dish, at 325 degrees F for 50 minutes, so I could cut portions to fit freezer containers. My sons are getting "mom's meals" as part of their...
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    What are you baking now?

    Yesterday made the banana bread and a batch of Snickerdoodle cookies. Today is lemon bread and hopefully, cinnamon babka. I've got about 7 people at work to take gifts to and I want to get them all done this week. Some will receive two mini loaves, other will receive one mini loaf and a bag of...
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    What are you baking now?

    Today I've made Fruit & Nut bread using the Amish Friendship Bread starter, Banana Banana and Nut bread, and a broccoli quiche for lunch/dinner. Now I think it's time for a nap!
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    Any Crazy Crock Pot Lovin Chicken People out there? Post Recipes/Pics!

    Vegetable Burger Soup 1 lb lean ground beef 1 16oz can diced tomatoes 1 16oz can tomato sauce 1 16oz package frozen mixed vegetables 1 package dried onion soup mix 2 TB sugar 4 cups water potato – 1 or 2 diced Brown beef, drain. Add rest of ingredients. Simmer for an hour or so or put in...
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    Cooking a pork roast in a pot....

    Next time, try cooking it low and slow in the oven - about 300 for about 2 hours, then add the vegetables and cook another hour or 1 1/2 hours. You can cover the pot for most of the cooking time, then remove it for the last half hour/45 min. of the time to reduce some of the liquid. Did you...
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