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PostSubject: Cooking With Class   Sat 30 Jan 2010, 10:12 pm

First I should make a disclosure.

I can cook and bake... BUt it is usually Just meat and potatos.. Nothing fancy.

Lately, I don't know if the creative bug has hit me or the fact that you get bored of food.. I know lately I was getting bored of the same old same old meals..

So now.. I find myself looking for different receipes and adding different things. THe other day I made stuff mushrooms with spinach and baked them in a garlic sauce. They were YUMMY... ha ha ha

Or I discovered my slow cooker again.. and I am making our own soups with fresh veggies..


My hubby has informed me, I am becoming holly.. homemaker ( GAG) lol..

So any favorite and new things you all have that I could try.. LOL
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PostSubject: Re: Cooking With Class   Sat 30 Jan 2010, 10:38 pm

It took me 2 years to convince my kids if it didn't come out of a box it was not fit to eat,don't confuse them now with cooking real meals LOL

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PostSubject: Re: Cooking With Class   Sun 31 Jan 2010, 6:49 pm

I will cook anything except chicken, for some reason chicken refuses to cook for me no matter how long I leave the damn things in for they still come out bleeding and pecking at me when I check to see if they are done Evil or Very Mad

I'm better at baking than I am at cooking but don't like to do either unless im in the mood so most days things need to come out of a can or box and of course hot dogs which is a must have they are a lunch, dinner and as a cold snack cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Cooking With Class   Sun 31 Jan 2010, 11:39 pm

I am a very good cook (if I do say myself) but I don't delve into baking much unless it's bread and pies. I only make one meal a day and that's lunch, always home made everything from scratch with a meat, a starch (spuds, rice or pasta) and a vegetable. I make great soups and stews and have mastered a number of ethnic type meals that we like. I was raised on meat, taders and vegatables that were/are home grown and supplimented with grocery store produce.

Lunch is it and after that it's fend for yourself weekdays so hubby has his prepackaged crap or leftovers for supper. On weekends my Mr. cooks breakfast/brunch and I make a late meal like hot wings or pizza...junk food basically. Smile Smile Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Cooking With Class   Sat 27 Feb 2010, 3:02 pm

Waves...

I have been pretty busy with LIFe.. lately. However, I haven't forgotten my new found hobby.

The other day Hubby and I made perogies and spinich stuffed mushrooms. It was so good.... and perogies are so easy to make.. YEAH.. now when I have spare time.. I think I am going to try and make different perogies. This time we made cheesy potatos..... YUMMY. We made about I think 6 dozen and froze some.

So tonight. I am going to make home made noodles for our dinner. As this is my own day off in the next 14 day stretch. Then foaling season and kidding season.


But I am loving trying different recipes.. Just not loving going to the store because my cupboards lack the ingredients
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PostSubject: Re: Cooking With Class   Sun 28 Feb 2010, 2:10 am

Whoo hoo...Homemade noodles rock...Yeah Mini. Smile Smile Smile
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