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dinzdale 05-02-2003 04:54 PM

From the man who eats anything, as long as it has Tabasco on it.

lapietra 05-02-2003 04:59 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by bealeblues
how about some bachelor recipes without all the prep and ingredients and shite
That would sort of defeat the purpose of the thread, n'est-ce pas?

priceyfatprude 05-02-2003 05:01 PM

Recipe for Beale:

1) Get in car

2) Drive to store

3) Purchase Pop Tarts

4) Drive home

5) Stick in toaster

TA-DA!

Tabasco sauce optional. ;)

lapietra 05-02-2003 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by priceyfatprude
Recipe for Beale:

1) Get in car

2) Drive to store

3) Purchase Pop Tarts

4) Drive home

5) Stick in toaster

TA-DA!

Tabasco sauce optional. ;)

not a recipe. Plan of action. We need a new thread.

dinzdale 05-02-2003 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by bealeblues
how about some bachelor recipes
...that's it, set us back 10 years.....what makes it "bachelor" the fact that you are solely unable to boil an egg?

Try "sad gits" ...it's more PC.

priceyfatprude 05-02-2003 05:20 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by lapietra
not a recipe. Plan of action. We need a new thread.
Nah, I need to follow the rules.

Meatless Stuffed Shells

1 box jumbo shells
1 15-16 oz container ricotta
16 oz mozzarella, divided in half
1/4 c parmesan cheese
1/4 c dried chopped onion, reconstituted (use 1/4 wet, not dry)
1 T garlic powder
1 egg, slightly beaten
pepper to taste
1 large jar spaghetti sauce

Preheat oven to 350. Boil shells al dente. Rinse in cold water. While they're cooking, mix up everything else except the spaghetti sauce & half the mozzarella. Chill the mixture til the shells have cooled off enough to be stuffed.

Pour a little spaghetti sauce into a 9x13 baking dish (just enough so the noodles don't stick), and stuff the shells w/the cheese mixture. When you're out of stuffing, you're done. Pour spaghetti sauce over the shells, top w/remaining mozzarella, sprinkle a little more parmesan over that. Bake @ 350 for half an hour, 45 min.

I use a baby food spoon to stuff the shells. You will always have more shells than stuffing, deal w/it skippy. Stuff them w/tuna or chicken salad for lunch the next day, Martha. Or feed them to your pet. :)

My recipe for ravioli, you will have to pry out of my cold dead hand one day.

rmr 05-02-2003 05:26 PM

Peg, I will make that Mayo Bread dish tonight. I'm having people over and couldn't think of something to make that would be easy and cheap.

And that will soak all the booze I bought...with the last of my moola.

I have a bet going on that I can't make it until 4 am......this will help!!!

dinzdale 05-02-2003 05:31 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by nycwriters


BURN YOUR JOCK MAN! DON'T BE OPPRESSED!

It's coming off and my lighter is out...

lapietra 05-02-2003 06:51 PM

I thought of a comment to make... but it just isn't me...
I'll let Beale do the honors...

dickieC 05-02-2003 07:35 PM

Dickie's Butternut Squash and kidney bean thing, invented when I was in Zimbabwe:

1 large butternut squash
1 small can red kidney beans
1 green pepper (=capsicum)
1 small onion
1 clove garlic
2 large tablespoons English mustard
secret ingredient: 1 sachet vegetable soup
oregano to taste, or mixed herbs

Feeds 2, or just me if I'm hungry.

Peel the squash and cut it into inch-sized cubes. Put to one side (it's time-consuming). Chop the onion and garlic and fry gently in a deep-sided frying pan in a little oil, slice the green pepper into thin strips and add to the frying pan. Meanwhile, boil kettle and make soup. Add to the pan, turn the heat up to get it boiling. Add the squash, and keep the pan simmering on quite a high heat, stirring frequently. Rinse the kidney beans and add to the mixture. Add a good dollop of English mustard and a hefty handful of herbs, oregano works best. Cook until the squash is just starting to soften (you might need to add more boiling water from the kettle to stop it boiling dry). Serve with brown rice.

Trust me, even if you're not vegetarian you'll like it. Squash and mustard is a fantastic combination.

lapietra 05-02-2003 07:40 PM

Very cool dc - I have a can of kidney beans I was wondering what to do with... You can only make chili so many times... :)

dinzdale 05-02-2003 07:47 PM

La's
1 can Kidney beans / Tuna / 1/2 chopped Onion / Tinned diced Tomatoes / Garlic / Oregano

Brown and heat to boil in a skillet (dash olive oil to start with)
Simmer covered for 40 mins

Serve with rice

Yummy

lapietra 05-02-2003 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by dinzdale
La's
1 can Kidney beans / Tuna / 1/2 chopped Onion / Tinned diced Tomatoes / Garlic / Oregano

Brown and heat to boil in a skillet (dash olive oil to start with)
Simmer covered for 40 mins

Serve with rice

Yummy

hmmmm... I also have a can of trout beans - that might go well with tuna :D

malina 05-02-2003 10:17 PM

ooops ( never mind )

ambo 05-16-2003 10:18 AM

here are some for all the beer lovers
 
Cooking with Beer


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