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Old August 15th, 2007, 08:42 AM   #51
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CHERRY CREAM PIE,

1 8 oz. pack of cream cheese(softened)
1 can of condensed milk.
1 teaspoon vanilla flavor.
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 graham cracker pie crust.
1 can cherry pie filling.(COMSTOCK)
Mix cream cheese,vanilla flavoring and milk with mixer until smooth, then add lemon juice to thicken,pour it in pie crust, add the cherry pie filling on top. set in fridge for it to chil for about an hour. this is a very good dessert.

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after all these dinners, here's a real good dessert for all u hungry men, and woman.
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Old August 15th, 2007, 08:45 AM   #52
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GD this thread and work. Makes me fuggin' hungry.

Born and raised on SPAM. It's so versatile, i love that stuff.
Best meal on a tight budget or time frame to eat.

Ramen + spam.
Both can be eaten out of the package.
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Old August 15th, 2007, 08:55 AM   #53
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GD this thread and work. Makes me fuggin' hungry.

Born and raised on SPAM. It's so versatile, i love that stuff.
Best meal on a tight budget or time frame to eat.

Ramen + spam.
Both can be eaten out of the package.
I love barbequed spam, hmm hmm good. We normally just throw it on the grill with some left over marniade from the other meat we're cooking. cook up a little rice, a little hot sauce, some banana ketchup, and a cold beer. good to go.
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GD this thread and work. Makes me fuggin' hungry.

Born and raised on SPAM. It's so versatile, i love that stuff.
Best meal on a tight budget or time frame to eat.

Ramen + spam.
Both can be eaten out of the package.

I'm sorry I just threw up!!!!

Ramen noodle in college is a must, but spam! Had spam once. That was once to many.
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Old August 15th, 2007, 09:06 AM   #55
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The Wisconsin standards.....
Cheese, bratwurst, and beer.

set another place at that table !!
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Leftover turkey (or chicken) curry
  1. In a suitable pot, stir 1 cup of Instant Rice, 1 cup of water and a shot of olive oil together, then cook until all water is absorbed by the rice (if it's done before the curry is, take it off the stove, but leave the lid on it)
  2. While the rice is cooking, cut the leftover bird into a cup or two of small chunks (after removing the skin)
  3. Sprinkle 2T curry powder over the chunks as you saute them in 1T olive oil (separate pan, obviously)
  4. Stir in 1/4 cup minced onion (dry or raw) as you saute
  5. When all the curry powder is stuck to the chunks, stir in 1 can of Cheddar Cheese soup, 1T worcestershire sauce, and 1/4 cup chunky peanut butter (unless you're allergic)
  6. As soon as all ingredients of the curry are melted into one lumpless sauce, add 1/3 cup of raisins, and serve on dinner plates over the rice (like gravy over mashed potatoes)
  7. Garnish generously with shredded coconut and a few more raisins on top; serve with a side of chilled mandarin oranges straight from the can
NOTES:
- If you think the curry is too thick, you can thin it with either some chicken broth or milk.
- Since everything in this meal has already been cooked before, you're really only combining and warming up, so it's really quick.

Serves two adults.
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Old August 15th, 2007, 09:50 AM   #57
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GD this thread and work. Makes me fuggin' hungry.

Born and raised on SPAM. It's so versatile, i love that stuff.
Best meal on a tight budget or time frame to eat.

Ramen + spam.
Both can be eaten out of the package.
We couldn't afford Spam and had to settle for Treet.

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Old August 15th, 2007, 12:26 PM   #58
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Swillys' Smoked Brisket:

1 Brisket (about 6 pounds)
Worschtishire sauce
bbq seasoning
Garlic powder
onion powder
Dales seasoning sauce
chipotle Tabasco
chilli powder

Directions:
The night before put the wet stuff (Dales,Tabasco,w.sauce)
on the meat.
The next morning put the dry stuff on and let sit while you light the grill.
Grab a beer
Light a Small amount of charcoal and throw wood CHUNKS..not chips onto the fire( I prefer Cherry wood but any will do)
As soon as the chunks start to flame up close the lid and all vents.....Drink beer while waiting for large amounts of smoke to emerge.

Wait till the grill is about 300 degrees( you should be able to hold your hand above grate about 5 seconds).
Put the Brisket Fat side up on the grill off to the side
Get a smaller cooler with about 6 beers inside, a lawn chair And sit in front of the grill and monitor until done.Baste with the wet stuff all mixed up


Definatly not fast but it sure is good
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I have a feeling this thread won't stop
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Treets not bad. Tastes like those little PAPASMURF sized Vienna Sausages... and no i don't know from personal experience.
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Old August 15th, 2007, 06:01 PM   #61
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The Wisconsin standards.....
Cheese, bratwurst, and beer.
Make enough for me!!


Whoo Hoo. A very good friend my wife's family grew up with just told us tonight he is moving his family back to Bamberg for 4 years. So I've got free room and board in Germany again!! Now I can finally afford to show my kids where I was born.

Brats and Beer, brats and beer, brats and beer.
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Old August 15th, 2007, 07:02 PM   #62
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OK Guys, here is one of the best Man meals EVER!!!

We had a discussion about this on a motorcycle board I used to frequesnt and I ended up making it and taking pictures of the process.

BACON BURGER DOG.

1. Get your raw hamburger meat and mix in chopped onions, shreaded cheese and season to taste (I like chopped japalinos and BBQ sauce).
2. Wrap meat around a big fat hotdog. (hehe childish joke in head)
3. Wrap all of it in Bacon. (held on with toothpics)

Grill it.

This bad boy won't fit on any ol hotdog bun. You need a hoagie roll to handle all of the meaty goodness.

I make this thing every now and again and everyone who tries it LOVES it.

This originally came from the Cosby Show. (shut up, it still rocks)
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Old August 15th, 2007, 07:06 PM   #63
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The moderators should make this thread a "sticky".
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Old August 15th, 2007, 07:12 PM   #64
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It's 10:07 p.m. and I just got home from the shop. I havn't eaten today and since I'm having it right now, here's my favorite "dish":

Brown (x mamount) ground beef,
Drain fat,
Add (x) cand of Ranch Style Beerns {amount depemds on quantity of beef (aprox. 1 can per pound)}
Heat 'till beans are warm, serve topped with cheese, salsa, what ever, or just eat the ever loving shit out of it.

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Old August 16th, 2007, 09:03 AM   #65
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I haven't seen Ranch Style beans here...sob. I get cans of them when i visit G-Parents in El Paso.
"Hi back from Texas." "
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How sad is that!? Mail order beans??
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VolksSkillet

  1. Slice/dice (your choice) two medium-to-large potatoes
  2. Slice 1/2 ring kielbasa (or other favorite sausage)
  3. Put spuds and kielbasa in large skillet with only enough oil (preferably olive oil) to prevent sticking; fry until spuds are cooked through (using a lid speeds it up)
  4. Add 1 cup sauerkraut; stir in with other ingredients
  5. Cook until sauerkraut is warm; serve on dinner plates
Serves two adults.
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Doc Nugent's Dad's One-Dish-Meal

  1. Slice/dice (your choice) two medium-to-large potatoes and 1/2 medium onion
  2. Fry in large skillet with only enough oil (preferably olive oil) to prevent sticking; fry until spuds are cooked through (using a lid speeds it up)
  3. While frying, add 1/2 to full pound of hamburger (crumbled as it cooks)
  4. When all hamburger crumbs are brown, stir in two large eggs
  5. When eggs are done, serve on dinner plates with a bottle of ketchup/catsup.
Serves two adults.
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VolksSkillet
  1. Slice/dice (your choice) two medium-to-large potatoes
  2. Slice 1/2 ring kielbasa (or other favorite sausage)
  3. Put spuds and kielbasa in large skillet with only enough oil (preferably olive oil) to prevent sticking; fry until spuds are cooked through (using a lid speeds it up)
  4. Add 1 cup sauerkraut; stir in with other ingredients
  5. Cook until sauerkraut is warm; serve on dinner plates
Serves two adults.

Who you trying to kid? That's a meal for me! Not sure what the others in the house are going to eat.
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VolksSkillet

  1. Slice/dice (your choice) two medium-to-large potatoes
  2. Slice 1/2 ring kielbasa (or other favorite sausage)
  3. Put spuds and kielbasa in large skillet with only enough oil (preferably olive oil) to prevent sticking; fry until spuds are cooked through (using a lid speeds it up)
  4. Add 1 cup sauerkraut; stir in with other ingredients
  5. Cook until sauerkraut is warm; serve on dinner plates
Serves two adults.
My parents used to do this but they used mashed potatoes instead, not cooked all together of course. Im not a suaerkraut fan so I just do mashed taters and the kielbasa. Yummy.
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Who you trying to kid? That's a meal for me! Not sure what the others in the house are going to eat.
Okay, change it to "Serves two sedentary adults. With adequate exercise, you can eat larger portions without gaining a lot of weight."
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NightScreams' Hashbrowns

Cut up a BIG onion, not diced, chunks about the size of the head of a fender bolt.

Cut up a couple of bell peppers, I do one red, one green for color. No, they don't sell peppers in blitz black, sorry. Again, fender bolt sized.

Cut up a jalapeño or two

Crush up a couple of cloves of garlic

Cut up about 3lbs of potatoes, into chunks the size of lugnuts.

Cut up a pound of bacon into small strips, feeler gauge sized.
Cut up 1-2lbs of hot Italian sausage. I prefer turkey or chicken but whatever floats ya will work. Chunks the size of a headlight switch knob works good for me

Take a good frying pan, I prefer cast iron but work with what you have, make sure it is at least 16". Pour in about 1/2c of vegetable oil (that's VEGETABLE OIL, not Mobil1) and get it hot over a medium heat. Add the sausage and start browning it. Don't be afraid to break up the pieces as you move it around the pan. Once that is about half browned, add the bacon and continue until the bacon is starting to crisp a bit, then add your veggies except the potatoes. Continue to work until the onions are getting clear, then add some crushed red pepper and fresh ground black pepper (I like a lot, but you might want to start with a small amount and add later to taste). Now turn the heat down to low to med/low and add the potatoes. Stir it around to get the spuds good and coated with the grease and seasonings. If seems too dry, add some more oil. Stir and scrape the bottom of the pain about every 5min, making sure to mix in the good brown sludge off the bottom of the pan when you do. Add more pepper to taste. When the potatoes start to brown and break up a little, it's done. Scoop out with slotted spoon to drain SOME of the grease. Serve up with eggs over easy and some good toast.
Listen to your arteries harden with each bite, but it will be worth it.
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Old September 21st, 2007, 08:35 AM   #71
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Bump.

Sis sentme this thought i'd bring ths thread back...i'm hungry so i figured some of you were too :P

Pesto Cheesy Chicken Rolls
Submitted By: Chompy
This is a very simple yet exciting dish your family will love. It's something different from your average chicken recipe.

  • Prep Time: 15 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 50 Minutes
  • Ready In: 1 Hour 5 Minutes
  • Yields: 4 servings
INGREDIENTS
  • 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - pounded to 1/4 inch thickness
  • 1 cup prepared basil pesto
  • 4 thick slices mozzarella cheese
DIRECTIONS
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  2. Spread 2 to 3 tablespoons of the pesto sauce onto each flattened chicken breast. Place one slice of cheese over the pesto. Roll up tightly, and secure with toothpicks. Place in a lightly greased baking dish.
  3. Bake uncovered for 45 to 50 minutes in the preheated oven, until chicken is nicely browned and juices run clear.
I figured get'r going and do some more work while it bakes.
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heather and i are on a kickball team (1200+ players in the league ), anyways. We had a late game last Sunday and it was a bit chilly. someone on the team made smores. well i dipped them in irish cream liquor, OGM, best damn thing you can put in your mouth , no really try it.
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This thread makes me hungry....lol
Here's something I haven't made in a while, but I love it:

Reaper's Pineapple chicken

Ingredients:
1 1/2 lbs Chicken(I like to use boneless)
1 clove minced garlic
1 cup onion Diced
2 tablespoons grated ginger
2 cans tomato sauce
1 can diced pineapple
1 to 2 cans stewed tomatos
A pinch of Cilantro
A pinch of oregano
Olive oil

Saute the garlic and onions in olive oil, on medium heat til brown, add the chicken, brown as well. Add the tomato sauce, bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover, simmer for 10 min stirring occasionally. After 10 min, remove cover add stewed tomatos, ginger, pineapple, and the spices. Cook for additional 5-10 minutes. Cooking time may vary depending if you're using mutant chicken from outer space(large pieces)...or just the ordinary run of the mill barnyard type.

*disclaimer: Don't cry to me when your belly's too full.
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San Quinton Special
(I got this recipe from a guy who was in jail, apparently all with stuff you can buy at the prison "store"

1 packet Ramen
1 slice (or more) of American cheese
1 tin of jalapeños
1 tin of tuna or chicken salad
1 small packet of chips (Doritos, Fritos, dosn't matter much)

cook and drain the ramen, then add everything else. melt cheese.

fucking awesome when your broke and hungry. Also works wells when your blitzed lol.
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My Favorite!

1. One LARGE Steak (Top Sirloin, T-Bone, Porterhouse)

2. Sprinkle one side with the Rub I make (My Recipie)

3. Let it set as long as Possible (Overnight is Good)

4. Sprinkle with Rooster-Juice (Wostershire) Before cooking.

5. Heat grill to Good and Hot.

6. Put Steak on Hot Grill Seasoned Side Down.

7. Season Top Side.

8. Cook about 5 Minutes, then Turn.

9. Cook 5 min on the other Side.

10. Remove from grill and let Sit for about 10 Min.

11. Enjoy!

You might want to cook longer if you Don't want it Rare, or if it is Very Thick. Or Not.

I like mine Just so it does Not Flinch when I stick it with my Fork!

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