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    Because I'm in Cali, when I make a burger, it ends up looking like this.

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    One of my favorite recipes.

    Baked Eggs with Spinach and Tomatoes - Budget Bytes

    Made a smaller amount than suggested -- totally ignored the recipe quantities. Topped it with one of those double-yolked jumbo eggs and a parm/asiago blend, then split the resulting double-egg mix in two and put it on two smallish pieces of multigrain toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    One of my favorite recipes.

    Baked Eggs with Spinach and Tomatoes - Budget Bytes

    Made a smaller amount than suggested -- totally ignored the recipe quantities. Topped it with one of those double-yolked jumbo eggs and a parm/asiago blend, then split the resulting double-egg mix in two and put it on two smallish pieces of multigrain toast.
    Ooh, I like that site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Ooh, I like that site.
    I find that sometimes her recipes are too bland, even with added sriracha. But it helps, in the case of the recipe I linked (and some others), when the ingredients used are naturally very flavorful, and all they need to shine is a little salt and pepper. Plus, the website's concept is great overall.
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    I baked my repressed emotions into a beautiful cake worthy of the world's demands for constant productivity, cheerfulness, and composure.

    I don't know. In all seriousness, though, I can't bake or cook to save my life. I actually enjoy my lack of skill in this area; I'm always making my friends laugh with my cluelessness.
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    I didn't get a good pic sorry but i made lamb chops, roasted potatoes, and broccoli which i put lemon juice and butter on. my mom made the bread and cucumber salad.

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    I made ramen for lunch, today. There's gyoza on the bottom of the bowl. It has shrimp, half-boiled egg, carrots, celery, snow peas, green beans, baby corn, red onion, garlic, and ginger in a soy and vegetable broth topped with Thai chili and scallions.

    Is the picture too big?
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    my mom gave me the recipe for pepper steak
    beef (flank or skirt steak is good)
    flour
    bell peppers
    onion
    oil
    beef broth
    kitchen bouquet

    slice beef as thin as possible
    dredge in flour
    heat a tiny bit of oil to bottom dutch oven
    add meat cook until just brown
    remove the meat, add more oil if needed, add the peppers and onions cook til just limp
    add 1-2 cups of beef broth depending on the amount of meat and a tiny splash of kitchen bouquet
    bring to a boil
    cover and put in the oven and bake at 350 for 1 hour

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    I smoked some babyback ribs I rubbed down last night but I ran out of zigzags half way through. (That was a joke.)

    They take four hours to smoke but, oh, are they tasty.

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    I'm planning to make an oreo cheesecake today. It'll be my first time...so let's see if it will be a success.. :-)

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