Skip to comments.Weekly Cooking Thread (your favorite recipes)Dec 12
Posted on 12/12/2010 10:55:13 AM PST by libertarian27
There's been a bunch of great recipe threads lately and a few FReepers thought it would be great to have a weekly cooking thread....so here it is!
For this charter thread it would be great to dish out one of your favorite recipes for fellow FReepers to enjoy.
Do you have a great recipe planned for the upcoming week or looking for one? Hopefully this thread will get the cooking juices flowing. Planing on making this a weekly thread with post starts on Sat/Sun
Will you please add me to the list?
I copy and paste too. That isn’t the issue, lol.
The problem is that after time the threads are going to all look alike. I don’t want to copy and paste all of them! I don’t know now, which ones I may want later.
So, down the road I’m going to have scroll, scroll and scroll some more. Not all of the recipes have titles which will make it even more fun! ha!
That looks delicious! I love pears.
She moved to Florida. :(
I never could make decent biscuits or pancakes until I started using self rising flour.
I’m creating an excel sheet with recipe titles, categories and thread date with comment #’s to keep track of all of them for maybe a quarterly or yearly post (which could be huge)
Haven’t figured out how to make individual recipes searchable another way without spending cash for a program and I don’t want this going to an off site - this is everyone at Free Republic to use at Free Republic.
My hope is to post the threads recipes, in categories, at the end of the week on the end of each thread.
That sounds good. I was trying to think of how to do it as well, but wasn’t sure how to do it and keep it on FR.
please add me too....nothing like cooking, baking, gardening, etc to take your mind off all the awful things going on....we all need that stress relief.
I made you Spinach Bread tonight - that recipe is a Keeper! My husband and I enjoyed it tremendously. I bet it would make a nice dish to bring to a party too!
Inaugural Weekly Cooking Thread Round-Up
Category* Post#* Title*
Bread* 129 Plain White Bread
Bread* 102 Traditional Bread & Beer Bread
Bread* 61 Whole Wheat Bread
Dessert* 93 BLACK BOTTOM UGLY CAKE
Dessert* 60 Fresh Apple Cake
Dessert* 14 Upside down pear cake with orange sauce
Dessert* 28 Hummingbird Cake
Dessert* 157 Fruitcake
Dessert* 159 DANISH, REALLY EASY HOMEMADE
Meal* 41 Green Chili Egg Casserole
Meal* 91 Lemon Tilapia with optional Parmesan side
Meal* 12 Shepherds Pie (Cottage Pie)
Meal* 88 Beef Stew Provencal
Meal* 131 Country-Fried Steaks
Meal* 89 Jacksonville, Oregon Jubilee Club restaurant Sausage & Bacon gravy.
Meal* 158 POT ROAST WITH AU JUS
Meal* 168 Taco Casserole, salt-free taco seasoning
Meal* 18 HOME - STYLE MACARONI & CHEESE
Meal* 97 Moms easy goulash
Meal* 10 Artichoke and Sun-Dried Tomato Stuffed Chicken Breast
Meal* 34 Chicken Riggies
Meal* 62 Christmas Roast Goose
Meal* 53 Focaults Chicken Fricassee
Meal* 125 Glazed Christmas Goose
Meal* 50 Lipton Onion Chicken
Side* 20 Emerils Oyster Dressing
Side* 141 Baked Onions
Side* 75 Tomato Saltine Salad
Side* 161 Baked Beans with Pork
Side* 162 Spinach Bread
Soup* 144 Irish Beef Stew
Soup* 139 TUSCAN SOUP
Soup* 171 Bean and Sausage Soup
Soup* 8 Chicken and Vegetable soup
Soup* 56 Chilis Chicken Enchilada Soup
Soup* 43 Squash Soup
Soup* 94 Amish Beef Stew
See everyone Saturday for the next thread.
This one was awesome!
(Once I fiddle with HTML codes hopefully these recap lists will be easier to read)
#17 and #173
Got a neat title for 173? What do you think?
I added 17 to the master list on the puter.
What kind of steaks are you using for your Country-Fried Steaks recipe?
What size and type of pan do you use?
“BLACK BOTTOM UGLY CAKE”
13 x 9 pan?
I was thinking, it might be a good idea to add a link to the next thread at the bottom of the previous week.
Paula Deen sandwiches a little mint patty between her sugar cookies and then seals them. The cheesecake pudding mix sounds great w/ fruit filling!
I’m so glad you liked it!
Yes! Oops, I should have included that, huh? I guess I have made this cake so many times that I forgot the most basic detail. Enjoy! My kids actually like to eat it for breakfast sometimes. Life is short, why not? (I think it probably has a lot less sugar than a lot of cold cereals). R
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