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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by skeeter, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. skeeter

    skeeter Songster

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    I dont have any ideas for supper,
    I have rice ,pasta,potatos,beans,frozen mixed veggies,(frozen chicken,frozen pork roasts,dont really want to cook these now)tomato sauce,cheese,split peas,milk, butter,and ill look some more if no one can come up with some thing outta this,just me and my 16 yo boy,just a couple of bachelors but we gotta eat
    thanks
     
  2. DuckLady

    DuckLady Administrator Staff Member Premium Member 11 Years

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    Have breakfast for dinner. Whip up some pancakes, fry some taters and poach some eggs!
     
  3. skeeter

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    yes been doing that alot lately,I guess i need to go to town and buy some hamburger,70 miles round trip really hate too,maybe well go to town and eat supper there,lol
     
  4. Momma_Cluck

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    Spanish rice?? onions, cooked rice, tomato sauce, spices and some cheese on top--serve w/ the frozen veggies!
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  5. The Chicken Lady

    The Chicken Lady Moderator Staff Member 10 Years

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    If you have some soy sauce you could cook the mixed veggies and serve them over rice.

    You could also melt the cheese in the mixed veggies and serve that over the rice.
     
  6. skeeter

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    mmmm that souds pretty good,and light too
    thanks
     
  7. bulldog-girl

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    So what did you end up eating? [​IMG]
     
  8. skeeter

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    I drove to town and bought a beef roast
     
  9. unionwirewoman

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    I know you've already had dinner , but one of the really simple dishes I do is chicken/pork/wild game covered in cream of mushroom soup and rice . Basically all you do is put the uncooked rice on the bottom of your baking pan , add half of a soup can of water , put meat over that , then spread the soup over the top of meat . Cook at 350 for 45 min (or more depending on oven and meat ) . Slice some taters into "chips" put them on a baking sheet with butter and spices (usually takes 20 minutes , spices I use are : oregano , thyme , seasoning salt , garlic salt ) and do some veggies . I also make killer french bread , seafood chowder , broccoli cheese soup , and spaghetti if you want the recipes ![​IMG]
     
  10. BettyR

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    When I don't feel like cooking or really don't have time these are some things I make.

    Hot dogs with canned chili
    Boil some eggs and make tuna sandwiches
    Fry some bacon and make BLTs
    Tacos and canned refried beans
    1 pound of ground beef, a jar of spaghetti sauce and pasta
    Grill cheese sandwiches with dill pickles and potato chips
    Sausage gravy with biscuits and eggs
     

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