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    I'll be first in line!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mruffruff View Post
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    I thought you were one.

    Remember, I can dice, chop AND mince.

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    It's been cool and windy lately, so I have fired up the oven.
    I made some roasted chicken last night with carrot, onion, scallion and bell pepper veggies and made gravy.

    Today I roasted corn, potatoes, a marinated pork steak and a red bell pepper.

    OMG, the bell pepper is freaking amazing. It's way too good to describe!

    WOW, you have to try and roast some on their own. The smell is heavenly~

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    I love homemade roasted red peppers. They are insanely easy to do, and soooo yummy!!!

    Richard, your dinners sound yummy! I've been eating pb&j since I'm broke till Thursday, lol.
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    I pureed the some corn, potatoe and the RBP, added olive oil and shredded some zucchini into it. Salt and cilantro!

    I had it with some with crackers!

    It was really good.

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    Oh man, this thread has resurfaced and has made me hungry again! LOL That sausage dip sounds totally YUM!

    I can't remember who posted it a long time back, but there was a cheesy potato recipe I copied from here that is absolutely delicious! Everytime I make them now, they are a hit and there are never any left overs!

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    Baked Oatmeal

    I just made this yesterday morning. It is really good, and is even better when topped with whipped cream or even ice cream (butter pecan...yummmm)

    Baked Oatmeal

    1/2 - 1c. brown sugar
    2c. milk
    4 eggs
    2c. oatmeal
    1/4c. oil
    1 Tbsp b.powder
    1 Tsp. salt

    Optional: cinnamon, cocoanut, dried fruit

    Mix all ingredients the night before. Put in the fridge overnight. Stir again before putting into a 9 x 9 inch dish. Sprinkle cinnamon on top of batter. Bake 40 minutes at 350*.
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    Off EFF!

    I tried to make some pork and green chile sauce.....

    I DID IT!

    IT wasn't what mom made but I came pretty darn close.

    I have really missed some of the dishes I grew up with and have tried to get as close as possible to them.

    -----------------

    One time I tried to make some Red Chile Beef and called my mom for her recipe.

    She told me to add 'a palm full" cumin. I added a palm full-not realizing that a 4"11" woman's palm is smaller than a 6"2' person's palm !!!!

    I spent the night dying of heart burn.

    With some hindsight and memory, I think I have the recipe. Let me sleep on the results and I'll post the whole thing tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenn_librarian View Post
    2c. oatmeal
    What kind of Oatmeal? The "Quick cook oats" kind? The instant, or the old-fashioned kind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    What kind of Oatmeal? The "Quick cook oats" kind? The instant, or the old-fashioned kind?
    My mom used the old fashioned kind. I used the quick kind and actually added about 1/2 c. more to be safe. If you use the old fashioned, it definitely needs to sit over night to get really plump.


    The 9x9 pan is great, because it was nice and pudding-y in the middle and had a nice crisp around the sides. Not too thick, not too thin. Just right!
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    Can I see some home made hot sauce recipes? The more heat with less heartburn the better. Thanks in advance.
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    brother junipers peppermash

    absolutely no guarantee about heartburn issues....STORE THIS IN A PLASTIC TUB OR GLASS WITH A SNUG LID
    3#fresh red chilies, jalapenos and 2 habaneros
    4 1/2 red wine vinegar
    10 large cloves garlic
    2 T salt
    wear gloves
    wash and stem the peppers, in your food processor, add the garlic, chilies
    and vinegar in batches, careful when opening the lid. stores for 2 months in the fridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joycenalex View Post
    wear gloves
    wash and stem the peppers, in your food processor, add the garlic, chilies
    and vinegar in batches, careful when opening the lid. stores for 2 months in the fridge.
    I rub my eyes after a good chile chopping, Puts hair on my back!

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    Pork in Green Chile sauce.

    Take two pounds of pork - you can use chops, tenderloin anything- I have cooked pork shoulders then taken off a chunk for the recipe.

    Cube up the meat about one inch cubes and toss it into a stockpot to sear it, You do not have to cook it through, just enough to brown it-set aside.

    1 pound of tomatillos,
    4 garlic cloves,
    One med onion, quartered
    One jalapeno
    three anaheim chiles.
    3 yellow chiles
    bunch of cilantro.


    Take tomatillos, husk and wash them
    wash and seed all the chiles.
    peel garlic

    I leave a yellow and jalapeno chile whole for taste and a little heat!

    Take all the chiles, garlic and tomatillos into a pot with enough water to cover and bring to boil for approx 30-35 minutes- the tomatillos will turn a gray color-do not worry.

    Place it all into a blender, add your cilantro and salt, to taste, add water from the pot you cooked the veggies in to make the mix soupy.

    Add the chile mix to the stock pot with the pork at the bottom and cook for 1 hour on low heat.

    You may have to watch the pot closely to see it you added enough water...If you need, add more.


    The meat wil finish cooking and will fall apart easier the more you cook it.,

    The secret of cooking the whole dish is the thickness of the meat. Chops will cook more quickly than thicker cuts of meat.

    Sorry about the 'man's style recipe"

    Trust me, it's good!
    Last edited by RICHARD; 02-17-2009 at 03:07 PM. Reason: I forgot to add the onion!
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    That baked oatmeal sound DELISH!! I love oatmeal, I snatched that one!

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