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    White rice with red kidney beans, along with olive drenched sauteed broccoli and some curry powder sprinkled all over.

    #yaaaaassss
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    I made breakfast for the next week last night i took a pint of plain yogurt to that i added brown sugar (don't know how much just kept adding til it tasted good), then i added cinnamon tasted it, too much cinnamon (so I added more brown sugar) then i added a handful of pecan pieces then some quick oats (uncooked) put it back in the yogurt container i think next time i'm gonna put more oats in. though i can do that now.

    it's delicious.
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    cross posted in random thought because i needed to make xann jealous

    it's lasagna: two type of sauce (mushroom and roasted red pepper),chorizo,spinach,whole milk ricotta,smoked provolone,fresh mozerella,parmasean
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    From the weekend:

    Have been trying to cook with Depression era recipes. As a challenge to lower my grocery bill and see if I can make things with less ingredients but 'healthy em up a bit'.

    Made this banana cake. (Added cinnamon, flax and used coconut agave in place of sugar). In the bottom pic - brushed a panini maker with coconut oil and grilled the cake pieces. Then whipped coconut cream up with berries and topped it off with that. Will make again!!

    1930's Banana Cake:


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    From the weekend:

    Have always sucked at making dumplings. My friend helped me and now I am head over heels for them. They remind me of C L O U D S or little brains :P

    No recipe for stew. Just shook meat cubes in a bit of cornstarch and spices and browned in coconut oil. Added broth and simmered for one hour, covered. Added the veggies and simmered for another hour, supplementing with broth or water to taste. Put in fridge overnight to skim fat off the top.

    Dumplings:







    OMG @prplchknz. I am now craving lasagne ^ SO hard (Garfield hard )!
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    Roasted red potatoes, sweet potatoes, and beets
    + sautéed chard
    + Italian sausage
    + a bit of shredded cheese
    + a fried egg on top
    and it's nice enough to
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    Miso Ramen With Crispy Shredded Pork - that crispy pork is the carnitas I nearly always have in the freezer for tacos, enchiladas, burritos.... I wish I had thought of this, it's brilliant. Will do the burnt garlic chili oil as soon as I have time but for a cold, rainy windy fall day, it was perfect.

    Miso Ramen With Crispy Pork and Burnt Garlic-Sesame Oil Recipe | Serious Eats
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    making chili
    1 can kidney beans (drained,not rinsed)
    1 can chili beans (drained,not rinsed, not 100% sure if these need to be drained or not i'll call my mom and ask her)
    1 large onion sliced
    1 green bell pepper chopped
    1lb ground beef (browned, fat drained)
    1 8oz can tomato sauce
    16oz can whole tomatoes(drain 2/3rds of the liquid)
    1 to 1 1/2 tablespoons chili powder
    1 1/2 tsp salt
    1 bay leaf
    dash of cayenne
    dash of paprika
    1 can chipotles in adobo (or whatever's in the fridge but i have almost a full can)
    2-3c water(might need to add more but start with this)

    cookvin slow cooker on high for 4 hours or low for 8
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    update tastes really good but too much liquid so next time gonna only put a pint of water in and i can add more if i need to i'm cooking the last few hours with lid off to get some of it to evaporate.but here's what it looks like as of right now.20161029_155620[1].jpg
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