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    I cooked some Uncle Ben's Mexican bean rice, two minutes in the microwave.

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    Chickpea-quinoa burgers! Found some quinoa on sale at the Krogers, boiled some, mashed up a can of chickpeas, added a good amount of italian herbs, black pepper, some garlic and onion, a bunch of soy sauce and some matzo meal. Formed the mix into little patties, fry it in a bit of oil and mmmm.
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    I'm thinking of marinading shrimp in olive oil,lime juice,cilantro,garlic,salt and pepper maybe sour orange juice do you think that be good? and cooking it
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    I cooked my first ever fried egg last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I'm thinking of marinading shrimp in olive oil,lime juice,cilantro,garlic,salt and pepper maybe sour orange juice do you think that be good? and cooking it
    Oh yes it will be! I make a similar concoction for shrimp. I just stick it on skewers and grill it* and it tastes lovely. Cilantro and shrimp were just made for each other.

    *I don't grill, I make my dad do it. If I do it I just use a grilling pan on the stove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Oh yes it will be! I make a similar concoction for shrimp. I just stick it on skewers and grill it* and it tastes lovely. Cilantro and shrimp were just made for each other.

    *I don't grill, I make my dad do it. If I do it I just use a grilling pan on the stove.
    i have plans to make shrimp with crusty bread and coconut rice one night, turkey burgers with salad fries and french silk pie another night, pad thai another night if i can ever find bean sprouts, and black bean soup one night
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    have plans to make this, some time this week

    Halloween Party Mix

    1 kg. (11oz) pretzels

    1 pkg (10.5 oz) Ritz bits (small peanut butter filled crackers)

    1 c dry roasted peanuts

    1 c sugar

    ½ cup butter or margarine

    ½ cup corn syrup

    2 Tbsp. vanilla extract

    1 tsp. baking soda

    1 pkg (10 oz) M&M’s

    1 pkg (10 oz candy corn

    In a large bowl combine pretzels, crackers and peanuts. In a large sauce pan, combine sugar, butter and corn syrup. Bring to a boil over medium heat, boil for 5 minutes. Remove pan from heat; stir in vanilla and baking soda (mixture will foam). Pour over pretzel mixture and stir until coated. Pour into greased 10 x 15 x 1 inch pan. Bake at 250 degress for 45 minutes, stirring every 10-15 minutes. Break apart while warm. Toss with M&M’s and candy corn. Cool, completely and store in air tight containers. Makes 16 cups.
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    black bean soup (from some cook book of my moms, can use madeira in place of balasmic and chicken stock)
    2c black beans
    2 1/2 qt cold water
    2 ribs celery chopped
    1 1/2 lrg onion chopped
    4tbs butter
    1 1/4 tbs flour
    1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
    1 ham hock (I'm using pig tails because the store was out of hamhocks)
    1 1/2 leeks trimmed and thinly sliced
    1 bay leaf
    2 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp pepper
    1/4 cup balasamic vinegar reduced to 1/8th cup
    7/8 c chicken stock (you want to combine with vinegar to equal 1/2 cup)

    in deep pot combine soaked beans (either do a quick soak* or soak over night) with water. cook covered over low heat for 1 1/2 hours.

    in soup pot over low heat saute celery and onion in butter until tender. remove from heat. stir in parsley and flour. return to low heat for a few minutes stirring constantly.stir in beans and cooking liquid. add ham hock,leeks,bay leaf,salt,and pepper. Simmer the soup covered 4 hours.

    discard ham hock and bay leaf. force the beans through a seive or puree them in a blender/food processor few cupfuls at a time. combine the reduced vinegar and chicken stock. combine the pureed beans with the vinegar mixture. serve

    *to quick soak beans, rinse,pick through for impurities, and drain beans. Place in pot with 3 ins of water covering them. Bring to boil. Boil for 3 minutes take off heat. cover and continue soaking for 2 hours. Drain and add Fresh water. begin cooking
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    I'm baking a cake, it's in the oven instead of milk i used vanilla almond milk and reduced the amount of vanilla by half
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    Chocolate butter cream
    6 oz dark chocolate
    ¾ c butter
    2 tbs milk
    2 c powdered sugar
    Melt the chocolate, cool slightly. Beat milk, butter, and sugar till fluff and pale, beat in chocolate


    IMHO opinion this is the best chocolate butter cream i've ever tasted. its from a hungararian cake cookbook
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