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11  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: 32 runner beans - help! on: August 13, 2008 10:39:08 AM
I LOVE pickeld green beans.  =)  with dill & lots of garlic.
You can even take a moslty empty jar of pickels from fridge & add beans either raw (I prefr raw) or very lightly blanched & well dried drop into jar & let sit in fridge a few days. great on there own or chopped on top of a salad.
Stir fry them:http://kitchen-parade-veggieventure.blogspot.com/2007/01/quick-side-simple-skillet-green-beans.html
Roast them:  http://kitchen-parade-veggieventure.blogspot.com/2005/05/day-50-roasted-green-beans_20.html

or wash eat raw after you chilled them in fridge, eat with a mix of sour cream & vinigar.  uummm.
12  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: What's for supper? on: August 12, 2008 04:12:36 PM
  cinnamon teal    Chilli & corn bread is one of my fav meals. Any special tricks for your Chilli?  I have been adding fire roasted corn the last couple times I have made it.

  pinsNneedles    Whats a sausage roll?? Is that saugage cooked in a bread dough??  Or like a cabbage roll with sausage in it??   I'll bet it's tasty either way!
13  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: What's for supper? on: August 12, 2008 10:34:04 AM
Sunday: we all went out for dinner. I had a slice of pizza & grilled chicken salad with incredible homemade greek dressing.
Monday: I marrinated chicken in the rest of the dressing (brought abt half the salad home & asked for an extra side of dressing lol   tasty stuff!! ) from Sunday cooked that in a skellet with some green & yellow string beans. had concord grape home made jello for dessert.

Today: is my crock pot day. Making stewed tomatoes (from http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/search/label/vegetarian ).    UPDATE: Tomtoes were incredible, I used less butter than called for, I greased crock with butter then used 2 pats butter in crock. . I  could have eaten MUCH more than I did, I doubled the recipe. SO GOOD!!  I also added basil, & a bit of minced garlic. I used juice fofrm tomatoe cans to cook long grain rice. Had the tomatoes, & the oninions from stew over rice... a BIG bowl.

In other half of my divided crock pot making beef stew, very basic: stew meat, a bottle of beer, a couple whole onions, (don't like to freeze them, weird texture, leave whole so I can fish out) lots of baby carrots. I will take lid off to thicken gravy towards the end. I'll freeze up in smaller contaners.  then as I eat it I'll more veggies in each serving.  UPDATE:[/b] The rgravy (er...beer) wasn;t thickening at all....I should say I did drege meat in flour, salt & pepper & quickly brown in skillet before adding to crock pot. I scooped out abt 4 oz of the juices, gravy & shook that with pepper, & 2 table spoonsflour. then slowly stirred it back into crock pot. That did the trick to thicken it up a bit. I used one bottle of Sarnac Wheat Beer. Made for tasty gravy!!

In my smaller crock pot I have 11 granny smith apples chopped, a couple pats of butter, lots of cinnamon, a handfull of dried cherries &  a handfull of peacans.  I will keep that in fridge to heat up & eat for breakfast  or eat cold as a snack. I find just 2 or 3 pats of butter (it's a 6 qt crock)  is enough  to give it what it needs... with ot adding a ton of fat.  this is my first tiem making with out brown sugar.... we will see how that goes, I usually add just a couple tablespoons, but teyinh with out it this time.   UPDATE: Way to full to try apples, will have some tomorrow for breakfast.

So dinner tonight will be stewed tomatoes over steamed rice & chicken from mon.
14  COOKING / Dessert / Re: Creative wedding dessert? on: August 12, 2008 09:56:09 AM
Strewberry Short cake.  Make buttermilk biscutts cool then slice them pack in zip loc bags, slice straberries & add a bit of sugar so tehy get juicy pack in large tupperwear, tupperwear of cool whip or reall whipped cream is even better.
really eas to asembly line them to put them together.

Fruit & yogurt parfait  or or fruit yogurt & cake parfait    cut pieces of pond cake then layer cake, yogurt & fruit in tall glasses

scoop & freeze sherbert, ice cream or sorbet in mellon balls scoops, serve over fruit

cup cakes!! 

fancy layered jello in small dishes. 
15  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Baked Chickpeas - one of the easiest and tastiest snacks! on: August 09, 2008 02:27:14 PM
Ohhh your lime juice and garlic powder combo sounds AWESOME! I will have to try that out!

I LOVE Love love LIME! I tried some using real lime. http://www.truelemon.com/cooking.html   UUMM tasty!! I love doing them with lime juice  but I think using a bit of juice hten lots of the true lime gave more limy flavor.
16  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Baked Chickpeas - one of the easiest and tastiest snacks! on: August 09, 2008 02:23:28 PM
What is nutritional yeast exactly? ... Isn't it a supplement almost that vegans and the like use.. and even as a condiment sometimes? Does it have much flavor?




http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nutritional_yeast     Very high in B vitamins, also a source of protin, low in sodum & fat.
It tasty kinda lime cheese, I like it on Popcorn, sometimes on steamed rice, or if i make a bit of taco meat to mix with baggies I put that on.... I'm not vegan or veg, but I try to limit my meat a bit, trying to eat more fruit & veg. More "whole foods". 
17  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Jar Mixes on: August 09, 2008 11:22:46 AM
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I've tried saving spaghetti sauce jars before, but I've never been able to get the smell out of them.  Do you have any tips for that?[/quote]
I find that this works as long as there is not a lot of garlic in the sauce...  soak jars over night in sink of hat water & soap. peel of label in morning, rinse jar  then add some crushed ice & salt as well as baking powder to jar shake it gently, let that sit all day  then wash again with soap & water.


The cake mix & soda would be a great idea.  Maybe even get a couple of the smaller silicone cake pans from Dollar Tree & put in a basket with the jar.  you cute do a really cute give for less than $5
18  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: What's for supper? on: August 09, 2008 11:16:01 AM
I tend to go on psurts with my cooking. I could live on cereal, fresh fruit & baby carrots ... LOL When I am working to mcyh  or feeling lazy that is a rut I get into... I've alos found posting here gives me ideas & makes me want to put  alittle more tohught into what I make. I don;t pack proper bentos, but i have been taking more care in the meals I pack too. I try to plate stuff up nice & pack attaractive lunches too. (my Dad even comments on it this week..it was a simle meal too.  I made roast beef sandwiches on french bread for my parents for lunch, I cut the sandiches in smalller pices in the diagnal & used tooth picks, I put olives on the tooth picks  & I also cut string chheese in small pices & swewerd those with mellon balls & grapes, dad said it was a fancy meal lol.)

Thurs  Chicken soup form freezer added lima bean & fresh green &* yellow beans.  & apple sauce
Fri  Grilled marinated Portabellos on whole wheat toast with lettuse & tomato.  grilled corn, frozen green grapes for dessert.
Tonight will be more grilled corn & grilled chicken breast.  marintaing now in lemon juice & olive oil with minced garlic & celery salt. (cheat & use jarred garlic.).     vanilla yogurt & watermellon balls for dessert.
19  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: Fav Desserts Made W/Honey? on: August 09, 2008 10:57:15 AM
1/4 -  1/3 cup Honey
1 very full cup fresh fruit cut to 1 inch dice
top of cup with juice of choice. mix it all together  bake 350 till warm & bubbly.
I LOVE it with 1/2 cup manderine orange with there juice & fresh cherries, halved & de-pitted.
also done with apples with cider
pears with cider
Cherries with Pomagratine juice
banans & oranges with  OJ
straberries & bananas with seltser water
20  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: What's for supper? on: August 06, 2008 10:29:02 AM
haven't posted in a few days.
Sat went to a picnic  ... had a grilled burger with homemade garlic dill pickels & swiss.  roasted corn with cheesy butter & LOTSOF FRESH FRUIT & RAW VEGGIES.
Sun I made fried rice. (leftover white rice in wok w a little oil, lots of frozen peas, shredded carrot, shredded broccoli stem, ginger powder & pickled ginger & a scrambled egg.)  first time making I was pretty pleased with it.
Mon  hot dogs on grill w mustard & sweet relish, watermellon. cuckumber slices with vinigar.
Tues I got a package froma a friend, had trader joes flax & soy corn chips  with peach salsa  & a big green salad.
Wend  more fried rice tonihgt  going to put limabeans in this one.   apricots to munch on too.

Yesterday i made a big batch of chick pea salad too.  So that is good as a meal or a side dish too. =)
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