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  • America’s ‘cheapest family’: ‘We are hope and change’

    10/02/2010 7:09:35 AM PDT · by Immerito · 58 replies
    MSNBC ^ | September 29, 2010 | Michael Inbar
    Economides clan defend buying aging meat and other frugal strategies As the American economy sputters and families continue to struggle mightily just to keep their heads above water, the Economides family of Arizona believe they provide a model for how to not just survive, but thrive on a tight budget. Eschewing credit cards, car loans and home equity borrowing, the clan of seven stay solvent and then some on just $44,000 a year — and that includes owning a home in the pricey Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale. Mind you, they eat nutritious meals and their children are decked out in...
  • Nationwide Saturday Cookout Recipes in Honor of 9/11

    09/09/2010 2:59:49 PM PDT · by combat_boots · 92 replies
    Self | 9/9/10 | Self
    I am looking for recipes for a good cookout meat this Saturday. Anyone?
  • Almost Sugar-Free Dessert and Other Recipe Adventures

    05/19/2010 5:54:25 PM PDT · by Joya · 24 replies · 288+ views
    My Kitchen | 5/19/2010 | Various
    Almost Sugar-Free Dessert 1 pound silken tofu 15 oz. carton of ricotta cheese 12 oz. semi-sweet chocolate chips 8 oz. unsweetened baking chocolate squares 3 T. agave nectar 1 splash of vanilla extract Over very low heat, melt chocolate chips and baking chocolate. With mixer, blend silken tofu, ricotta cheese, agave nectar, and vanilla. Add the melted chocolate, and mix well. Chill.
  • FReeper Canteen ~ Are You A Good Cook? ~ 12 May 10

    05/11/2010 5:59:59 PM PDT · by Kathy in Alaska · 417 replies · 2,939+ views
    Serving The Best Troops and Veterans In The World !! | The Canteen Crew
    ~ Freeper Canteen ~ Today We Want To Know... Are You A Good Cook? Click here and take the quiz! To share your results, click "Get HTML", then copy and paste the code into a "Reply" box. Have fun! Please remember that The Canteen is here to support and entertain our troops and veterans and their families, and is family friendly.
  • World's oldest recipe book reveals dishes English kings enjoyed 600 years ago

    12/02/2009 3:40:52 PM PST · by Fenhalls555 · 106 replies · 3,000+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 02nd December 2009 | Liz Hull
    Dishes of chicken blancmange and porpoise porridge are unlikely to whet the appetite of most modern food lovers. But such recipes were apparently fit for a king 600 years ago. Written by chefs employed by Richard II, they are included in what is thought to be the world's oldest cookbook. The unusual dishes rival modern creations by British TV chef Heston Blumenthal, who is famous for his snail porridge. Experts from Manchester University's John Rylands Library, who discovered the manuscript, have translated a handful of its 150 recipes, which are written in Middle English and date back to 1390. They...
  • Thanksgiving Recipes

    11/14/2009 1:34:58 PM PST · by tsmith130 · 252 replies · 5,532+ views
    11/14/2009 | me
    I did this last year and a lot of good recipes were posted so I thought I'd try it again. Take one and/or leave one!
  • Post Your Special Thanksgiving Recipes!

    11/24/2008 7:41:09 AM PST · by Red Badger · 84 replies · 1,807+ views
    11/24/2008 | Red Badger & All Freepers
    Post your favorite recipes for Thanksgiving Here for ALL FReepers to share! Pies, Gravies, Stuffings........Squirrel?.....
  • What's for supper? (Chat)

    08/22/2004 10:29:23 AM PDT · by EvaClement · 44 replies · 3,066+ views
    Self | 8/22/04 | Self
    What are FReepers fixing to eat during these hot August days? I try to have something substantial without heating up the kitchen. We have only a charcoal grill and concluded a few weeks back that it's too much work to use very often -- no doubt those w/ gas grills are using them regularly as they aren't as much trouble.
  • Michelle Obama joins Food Network's Paula Deen to fry shrimp for cooking show

    09/17/2008 8:36:58 AM PDT · by mnehring · 82 replies · 821+ views
    SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) _ Michelle Obama took a break recently from the campaign trail to get her hands messy breading shrimp as she helped prepare a deep-fried dinner with the Food Network's first lady of Southern cooking, Paula Deen. The wife of Democrat Barack Obama got cozy with Deen in the kitchen during a recent taping of the Savannah celebrity cook's TV show "Paula's Party," scheduled to air on the cable network Sept. 20. Michelle Obama and Deen swapped stories about their families' favorite meals as they cooked fried shrimp and french fries at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.,...
  • Is Recession Preparing a New Breed of Survivalist? [Survival Today - an On going Thread #2]

    02/09/2009 12:36:11 AM PST · by nw_arizona_granny · 10,006 replies · 114,278+ views
    May 05th,2008
    Yahoo ran an interesting article this morning indicating a rise in the number of survivalist communities cropping up around the country. I have been wondering myself how much of the recent energy crisis is causing people to do things like stockpile food and water, grow their own vegetables, etc. Could it be that there are many people out there stockpiling and their increased buying has caused food prices to increase? It’s an interesting theory, but I believe increased food prices have more to do with rising fuel prices as cost-to-market costs have increased and grocers are simply passing those increases...
  • FReeper Canteen ~ Football Facts ~ 8 November 2007

    11/07/2007 5:56:01 PM PST · by beachn4fun · 731 replies · 461+ views
    November 7, 2007 | The Coach
    FR CANTEEN MISSION STATEMENT Showing support and boosting the morale of our military and our allied military and the family members of the above. Honoring those who have served before. FOOTBALL FACTS Thanks for joining us once again as we look at some football facts. This time we’ll look at "From a regional to a National sport. From 1930-1958" In the early 1930s, the college game continued to grow, particularly in the south, bolstered by fierce rivalries such as the "Third Saturday in October"—a rivalry between Alabama and Tennessee. While prior to the mid-1920s most national powers came from...
  • The 11 Commandments of a THANKSGIVING DINNER ..Food, Fun, and recipes!

    11/06/2003 12:08:33 PM PST · by carlo3b · 100 replies · 5,193+ views
    CookingWithCarlo.com ^ | Nov 5 2003 | A Dad, Chef, Author, Freeper
      The 11 Commandments of a THANKSGIVING DINNER ..Food, Fun, and recipes!To-Do's, to make your Holiday brighter..1) Make a list and check it twice.. Plan your menu in advance, and for heaven sakes write it down.. Pull out the recipes and jot down the ingredients and check to see if you have everything on hand to complete the meal without having to run to the store at the last minute.. Be sure to check the expiration date on spices and milks and dated stuff.. There isn't a good time on the day of a big dinner to run to any...
  • Strictly for the birds ....for your Happy Thanksgiving

    10/28/2001 8:40:57 PM PST · by carlo3b · 259 replies · 4,449+ views
    Your Right Wing Chef | Oct. 29 2001 | Carlo3b
    Strictly for the birds ....for your Happy Thanksgiving Every year I get dozens of inquires about what to do to get a moist, delicious turkey, ..well in case you were going to ask... A Perfectly Roasted Turkey As Thanksgiving approaches, cooking the traditional turkey dinner gives rise to questions on the best way to roast a turkey and how to tell for sure when its done. Check these answers to serve a "perfectly roasted turkey". What's the best way to roast a turkey? This traditional method consistently creates a juicy, tender, golden brown turkey! Set the oven temperature no ...
  • Thanksgiving Recipes

    11/15/2008 7:45:57 AM PST · by tsmith130 · 241 replies · 5,762+ views
    11/14/2008 | me
    Thanksgiving is just around the corner so I thought it would be fun for people to share their favorite recipes. Take one and/or leave one. ;o)
  • Home gardening offers ways to trim grocery costs [Survival Today, an on going thread]

    03/23/2008 11:36:40 PM PDT · by nw_arizona_granny · 10,035 replies · 73,160+ views
    Dallas News.com ^ | March 14th, 2008 | DEAN FOSDICK
    Americans finding soaring food prices hard to stomach can battle back by growing their own food. [Click image for a larger version] Dean Fosdick Dean Fosdick Home vegetable gardens appear to be booming as a result of the twin movements to eat local and pinch pennies. At the Southeastern Flower Show in Atlanta this winter, D. Landreth Seed Co. of New Freedom, Pa., sold three to four times more seed packets than last year, says Barb Melera, president. "This is the first time I've ever heard people say, 'I can grow this more cheaply than I can buy it in...
  • Old Fashion Gingerbread Recipe(Christmas recipies)

    11/09/2008 3:47:22 PM PST · by restornu · 24 replies · 1,118+ views
    [Archived Chef's Tables Recipes] Back in the ‘50’s when I was growing up no Christmas was complete without the sweet and spicy smell of gingerbread. An almost intoxicating aroma filled the house and you knew, even as a small child, that it wasn’t long before Christmas eve. If you ever dined in our Main Dining Room you probably noticed the full sized figures of colonial looking men & women and decorative large wooden planks that appear to have the same figures carved in them. What most of our guest don’t realize is that these boards are actual hundred and forty...
  • FREEPER KITCHEN: LIVING ON A BUDGET/MENUS

    10/15/2008 8:22:08 AM PDT · by HungarianGypsy · 98 replies · 2,196+ views
    While reading another thread I noticed someone speaking of how they were able to spend $400 per month to feed their small family very well. So, I had an idea of asking how everyone budgets for groceries,
  • FReeper Canteen~A Most Wondermous Seafood Thread~ 21 Aug 08

    08/20/2008 6:02:01 PM PDT · by MS.BEHAVIN · 516 replies · 967+ views
    Serving the best troops in the world | Ms.Behavin
    The FReeper Canteen Presents A most wondermous Seafood Cookin' Thread! A little something different for your summertime get togethers! Lets start off with a New England Clambake! Recipe from Chiff.com: 3 dozen steamer clams (more if you’d like) 3 dozen fresh mussels 6 live lobsters 18 small red or white potatoes 6 ears of corn (in the husk) 6 medium onions 3 lemons (cut into wedges) One or two sticks (quarter pound) of melted butter If you live near the beach some seaweed or rockweed 12 pieces of 18” x 36” cheesecloth 12 pieces of heavy duty aluminum foil...
  • I need help and advice for a celebrity chef ping list

    08/13/2008 7:06:42 PM PDT · by Artemis Webb · 191 replies · 785+ views
    Myself | 08/13/08 | Myself
    I need advice in establishing a Celebrity chef or television chef ping list. There is an existing food ping list though I'm not sure how active it is. This would not be a place for the exchange of recipes though if that were to happen I wouldn't have an issue with it. The main purpose would be the diversion from more serious matters to discuss television food personalities and news of interest to "foodies": Rachel Ray, Anthony Bourdain, Bobby Flay, Mario Batali, Jacques Pépin, Paula Deen and so on.
  • FReeper Canteen ~ Finally Friday ~ Leftovers ~ 23 November 07

    11/22/2007 5:59:41 PM PST · by Kathy in Alaska · 527 replies · 252+ views
    Serving The Best Troops and Veterans In The World | The Canteen Crew
    Good Bless and Protect Our Troops Worldwide...Happy Thanksgiving!! Canteen Mission Statement Showing support and boosting the morale ofour military and our allies militaryand the family members of the above.Honoring those who have served before. Corps of Engineers Continues Road Projects in Iraqto Protect U.S. Shores Eddy Arnold ~ Any Time Jimmy Wake & Margaret Whiting ~ Slipping Around Hank Thompson ~ Humpty Dumpty Heart Hank Williams ~ Lovesick Blues Slim Whitman ~ Indian Love Call America Supports You: Group Builds Custom Home for Wounded Warrior Michael Flatley ~ Carrickfergus Terry Jacks ~ Seasons In The Sun Ray Stevens ~...
  • Green Bean Casserole, Curse or Treat?

    12/22/2005 6:24:33 AM PST · by Rebelbase · 106 replies · 1,014+ views
    people with taste. ^ | 12/22/05 | Rebelbase, et al
    I hate green bean casserole.
  • Turkey Tips (Official Thanksgiving Turkey Preparation Guide)

    11/18/2007 5:38:00 AM PST · by PJ-Comix · 128 replies · 1,353+ views
    Self | November 18,2007 | PJ-Comix
    Okay, we are just a few days away from Thanksgiving so let this thread be the Official Thanksgiving Turkey Guide. Tips on preparing turkeys and the trimmings. I am really posting this thread out of ulterior motives. I just bought two Thanksgiving turkeys and assured my wife I know everything about how to cook them. She doesn't since she is from Venezuela. Problem is that I fibbed a bit. My main experience in cooking Thanksgiving turkeys before was merely heating up pre-cooked turkeys. This time I will be doing it almost from scratch. Okay, I do have one small tip....
  • Freeper Kitchen: Old Fashioned Recipes

    08/09/2007 8:07:14 AM PDT · by HungarianGypsy · 35 replies · 686+ views
    It's fun to repeat things. I posted a food memories thread last year. Let's revise it and talk about old-fashioned recipes.
  • What's on your grill for the Fourth of July?

    07/03/2007 9:58:59 AM PDT · by Clam Digger · 111 replies · 1,014+ views
    For me, I'll be doing up some clams (SHOCKER!) and the usual smoked turkey. Hey, Ben Franklin wanted it to be our national bird, ya know!
  • Calling All Cooks for Crock Pot Chilli

    06/27/2007 12:44:47 PM PDT · by Lost Dutchman · 92 replies · 1,076+ views
    Sorry for the vanity but I need Freeper Help!!! Since I just arrived from Phoenix AZ to Maine last year my family wants me to bring a crockpot chili to the reunion on Sat Jun 30th. They also added the stipulation that is should be in a crockpot (to keep it warm) and mild (so everyone can eat it) I have made chili before, (long time ago) but it has never been either crockpot nor mild, and I don't think they will be willing to try anything else. Any help would be appreciated... Thanks... Lost Dutchman aka Sean O.
  • Graduation Open House Ideas Needed (Vanity)

    04/15/2007 4:43:53 PM PDT · by JRochelle · 15 replies · 3,681+ views
    me ^ | 04/15/2007 | Self
    My oldest niece is graduating from high school next month and we are trying to come up with cool and different things to serve and other ideas for her open house. We'd appreciate any recipes, hints, what not to do, etc. etc..
  • Christmas dinner traditions

    12/21/2006 7:29:07 AM PST · by varina davis · 296 replies · 5,222+ views
    self ^ | Dec. 21, 2006 | self
    I'd like to hear about the different Christmas Day and Eve traditions of freepers. We always vow not to repeat Thanksgiving Day, but usually end up with the whole roasted turkey and trimmings event -- plus some fresh Florida seafood, more desserts than usual, etc.
  • Annual Christmas and Holiday Thread

    11/27/2006 8:32:55 AM PST · by HungarianGypsy · 35 replies · 524+ views
    I'm not being politically correct when I add holiday to the title of this thread. There are so many things to do in the next few weeks. But, my favorite holiday is actually New Years. Probably because it's my anniversary. Also, I have no free time the next few weekends. So, it would be wonderful to have some quick meal ideas as well. So, have some fun. Share your food and your memories. I'll go dig up mine sometime before Christmas. ;-)
  • Annual Thanksgiving Day Food/Recipe Thread

    11/12/2006 8:17:35 PM PST · by HungarianGypsy · 298 replies · 3,460+ views
    The day after Thanksgiving I like to make these. That doesn't mean I am June Cleaver and always get around to making them. But, at least I think of it. These are the softest and most wonderful cinnamon rolls. Since I wasn't sure about copyright for reposting I am just adding the url for this.
  • How do you cook meatballs?

    11/13/2006 3:58:04 PM PST · by LouAvul · 94 replies · 32,935+ views
    me ^ | 11-13-06
    How do you cook meatballs? I googled some recipes that broil them. Also they fry them in sauce. But I thought if you fry them (boiled them?) in sauce, the meat gets done but not brown? Can you just fry them in a skillet with a little oil? Or will they not get done that way? thanx
  • Down Home Cooking

    04/05/2006 10:43:24 AM PDT · by HungarianGypsy · 265 replies · 5,778+ views
    Today is Wednesday. In my house that means American History is our History/Geography topic. We are also learning about the individual states. The best way to learn is always through hands-on experience. Since we can't travel to each state at this time, I hoped all the good Freepers could bring their states to us. What recipes do you have that are specific to your area and can rarely be found anywhere else?