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5 Days Alone - Help me plan dinner

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Alex_Knight, Feb 17, 2004.

  1. Alex_Knight

    Alex_Knight

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    OK GT Food Forum Regualrs.


    Here's your chance to tell me what to eat.


    Starting on Wednesday night, I am once again thrust in bachelorhood.


    I'm skilled in the kitchen, so give me some good ones.


    I'm having a hankering for Chef-Boy-RD Raviolo. ;f ;f ;f
     
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    Sunday night dinner (what I cooked last sunday)


    fried potato's (using the boiling first method gleaned from this very forum) with basil, tarragon, fresh ground pepper and black forest ham chuncks.

    Salad- very simple, red leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce, cucumbers, tomatos, chopped up swiss cheese, with favorite dressing

    HoneyLimeGinger wild* Salmon (*pricey, but worth it) sprinkle fresh grated ginger on the salmon, squeeze 1/2 a lime over the top, S&P to taste, cover and bake for 20 min at 350. Switch to broil and glaze top of salmon with honey and other 1/2 lime mixture. (5-10 min)
     

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    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm



    Tasty ! ! !
     
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    For me, a nuked potato and a bowl of chili is just fine :)
     
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    That sounds simple and sweet. ^c ^c ^c
     
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    I'm assuming you can bake chicken so I'll skip those instructions. To make it enjoyable...

    Spread a sweet jelly over the chicken before baking, apricot or orange marmalade are both good for this. Cover the dish to keep the flavor in. Nuke some frozen veggies for the side and you have dinner.
     
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    oooh, that reminds me of one of my favorite chicken recipes.

    chicken
    jar of apricot preserves
    package of lipton onion soup mix
    small bottle of russian dressing

    mix it all together (throw in some chopped onions if you like) and bake.

    mmmmmmmmmmm.







    or just nuke a frikkin burrito already. :)
     
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    OK, I'll do that.



    ;f
     
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    Ah hell, I'll just camp out at Denny's.




    ;f
     
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    Ask Ponti for his gasolious recipes.
     
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    If you have Venison, or any red meat, go to www.jimzumbo.com and get his "Ginger Elk" recipe. It's fairly simple, and melts in your mouth. BTW...use plenty of onions.
     
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    Cheeseburger pie.

    Brown a pound of hamburg.

    Mix up 2 eggs, half a cup of milk, 3/4 cup of bisquick.

    Beat the mix together, pour it into a 9" pie plate, add hamburg and half a pound of cheese.

    Bake @ 350 for 30 mins.