Skip to comments.FR Weekly Cooking Thread *Recipes* Nov 5, 2011
Posted on 11/05/2011 1:58:48 PM PDT by libertarian27
Welcome to the 48th installment of the FR Weekly Cooking (Recipes) Thread.
Looking for something new to make or made something new that came out great? Please share a 'tried-and-true' recipe or eight- for fellow FReepers to add to their 'go-to' Recipe Stack of Family Favorites!
Here's the place to share and explore your latest and greatest favorite recipe.
November 5 - National Doughnut Day
November 6 - National Nachos Day
November 7 - Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
November 8 - National Harvey Wallbanger Day
November 9 - National Scrapple Day
November 10 - National Vanilla Cupcake Day
November 11 - National Sundae Day
Weekly Cooking Thread Ping List
(to be added/deleted - please request on this thread or PM me)
Recap of recipes for Oct 29th
Appetizer * 16 * Parmesan Dijon Wings
Appetizer * 16 * Baked Chicken Wings
Appetizer * 29 * Curried Devilled Eggs
Breakfast * 52 * Green Tomato Pancakes
Dessert * 3 * Pie Crust Recipe
Dessert * 32 * Blueberry Cream Muffins
Dessert * 57 * Crustless Pumpkin Pie
Dessetrt * 6 * Pumpkin Bread
Meal * 5 * Chicken Stuffing Casserole
Meal * 24 * Lobster Mac & Cheese
Meal * 31 * Halloween Eyeball Meatballs
Meal * 46 * Turtle Burgers
Meal * 47 * Baked Macaroni & Cheese
Meal * 50 * Pollo al Colmao
Meal * 53 * Mac & Cheese
Meal * 62 * Mac & Cheese
Soup * 26 * Creamy Carrot Soup
Soup * 41 * Pheasant Stew
Link to the Oct 29th thread:
One can green enchilada sauce
2 cups shredded cooked chicken
One can Rotel tomatoes
3 cans chicken broth
One cup sour cream
Heat to desired temperature, top with shredded cheese
November 11 - National Sundae Day
This must be an Obama declaration - who else would put Sundae Day on a Friday?
Thanks for doing the threads - saw the post about your computer going out!
I thought you meant because we see lots of pics of her travesty eating sundaes.
Great thread...try out my blog, But First..., for terrific appetizers like Chicken Apricot Meatballs and Oyster Shooters...if you like it, please subscribe. Would love to have more freepers as readers and contributors...
Sorry I’m wicked late with this post today.
I lost power last Saturday night at 8pm
Got it back Thursday night
But...in the meantime I plugged my home computer and DSL modem into the generator with an apparently bad power strip and fried both my computer and modem. (fried recipes NOT to follow:>)
I’m on my work laptop at a Moose club with wifi :>) Hiccup!
But First...can be found at www.butfirst.wordpress.com Thanks
Cook some burger.
Put chicken and burger and lettuce, lots of vinegar, salt, pepper, some cold cuts, onions, etc, in one of those little electric gadgets that grinds food up. After its minced you can shape it into somethin and cook it again in the over or just eat it straight.
It looks like puke, but its got meat and vegetables so it counts as a whole meal all by itself.
Bachelor food, if you hadn't caught on already.
Gosh I didn’t even know there was a cooking thread!
Thanks, but I don’t think so. LOL!
Eeewww - LOL
Save up for teeth :>)
I usually post these Saturday mornings but I had 'issues' this week - lots of good recipes on these threads - most threads from the past are on my profile page.
4 TBS Olive Oil
1 Large onion, chopped
4 tsp minced garlic
1/3 cup pearl barley
10 cups liquid (3 cans veggie broth, 2 cans chix broth)
1 cup dry lentils
1 bag (10 oz) fresh spinach, cleaned and stemmed
1 16 oz jar salsa
1 can chick peas
½ cup chopped fresh cilantro
Shredded Monterey jack cheese for garnish
In soup kettle, brown onion, garlic and barley in oil. Add liquids and lentils, bring to boil. Cover and reduce heat to simmer for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, wash and chop spinach.
Add salsa, cilantro and chick peas to pot with spinach, cook for 10 minutes.
Serve with shredded cheese.
Hey, it keeps body and soul together and it works for any meal except breaskfast - thats when the fruitloops and fried baloney takes over! :)
Sidenote:I love Fried Baloney and Cheese sandwiches!
Today I am making Cuban Pork. It is an inexpensive and delicious dinner.
Get a chunk of a cheap pork roast (bone in, a picnic, or similar). Buy the appropriate size for you family. Mine was like $1.79 a pound.
Rub all over it was olive oil, oregano, salt, and minced garlic.
Bake for several hours at 250. If possible, let cool and then reheat to serve.
Serve with my “Cuban rice,” which is cooked white rice with drained and rinsed kidney beans, oregano, and onion powder in there.
Definitely on my “Must Try” list. Thanks!