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    Looks soooooooooooooo good YWIR, and im with you, it is a rare occasion when meat of any kind even sounds palatable to me... and during the year I spent doing raw vegan, I actually could not even handle the smell of meat after awhile, lost all taste for it... that Bruschetta looks amazing!...also, I so want your plates! lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    whoa, that sounds awesome.....only 2tsp of tequila though!
    Hee, yeah. I don't drink, so I didn't miss it, but the margarita-loving roomie gave them her seal of approval. They really are delicious...the cupcake part was moist, with kind of a crispy outside, and the lime buttercream frosting was just divine.
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    Making garlic chicken tacos tonight with refried beans, yellow rice, and pico de gallo. The beans are almost finished cooking and yes, I'm using lard.

    My dream is to own a house with a really large garden that I can go out and pick vegetables and fruit out of almost everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    Making garlic chicken tacos tonight with refried beans, yellow rice, and pico de gallo. The beans are almost finished cooking and yes, I'm using lard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    What about the recipe for the orange and mint rice salad? That sounds so good!
    Orange and Mint Rice Salad

    Ingredients
    3 oranges
    3 cups cooked rice
    1/3 cup golden raisins
    1/3 cup chopped fresh mint leaves
    1/2 cup chopped walnuts
    salt and pepper to taste

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    Preparation
    Peel and segment two oranges; set aside. Squeeze juice from remaining orange; set aside. In a large bowl, combine rice, orange segments, raisins, mint and walnuts. Add orange juice; toss well. Salt and pepper to taste.

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    I'm making lasagna... it smells tasty
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I'm making lasagna... it smells tasty
    mmm. Luck you. My mom made the best lasgne and homemade sauce (homegrown tomatoes). I've never attempted it myself. It's a bit of work and $ isn't it (relatively speaking)? My mouth is watering thinking about it. Don't forget garlic bread!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    Orange and Mint Rice Salad

    Ingredients
    3 oranges
    3 cups cooked rice
    1/3 cup golden raisins
    1/3 cup chopped fresh mint leaves
    1/2 cup chopped walnuts
    salt and pepper to taste

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    Preparation
    Peel and segment two oranges; set aside. Squeeze juice from remaining orange; set aside. In a large bowl, combine rice, orange segments, raisins, mint and walnuts. Add orange juice; toss well. Salt and pepper to taste.

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    Yum! So when you have this for lunch, do you eat anything else with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScorpioINTP View Post
    mmm. Luck you. My mom made the best lasgne and homemade sauce (homegrown tomatoes). I've never attempted it myself. It's a bit of work and $ isn't it (relatively speaking)? My mouth is watering thinking about it. Don't forget garlic bread!
    Minus making sauce from tomatoes, the rest of it isn't any harder than making a normal meal from scratch, and prep time is about the same too (maybe an hour if you're slow, and most of that is cooking the meat). Assembling the ingredients is easy.

    It's about as expensive as any meat-based dish, really. Unless cheese/meat is really expensive where you live. Cheaper than steaks, definitely, and maybe cheaper than a chicken-breast based meal.

    For me a large pan costs roughly:

    ~$1-1.50 for 1/2 pack of noodles
    ~4-5$ for about 2 lbs of meat
    ~2$ for a container of cottage cheese or ricotta
    ~2$ for the sauce (crushed tomatoes and/or tomato sauce)
    ~1-2$ for spinach (optional)
    ~1-2$ for a bit of cheese on top, maybe more if you go crazy with it. Buy the cheese on sale, of course. (cheddar and parmesan)

    so maybe 10-15$ for a meal that will feed 2 people for 3-4 meals each. Less than a single restaurant meal for one person, and way more delicious. Not that expensive, I'd argue.
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    Beef shin and kidney stew with brown beer Jasmine rice. Technically I did the stew and my first experiment with the beer rice Tuesday. The stew I've done before, and perfected with the addition of veg and cumin. Absolutely delicious. The rice I messed up on the 1st time by using too much beer. I made some earlier with only 3/4 cup of beer, which was a perfect balance. I used a nut brown ale that helps bring out the nutty flavor already present in the BROWN jasmine rice. I've gotta say, it's some of the best rice I've ever tasted, with so little flavor/seasoning added. The brown jasmine rice is truly in a league of its own, imo, and the beer and coconut oil really make it shine. This dinner combination yields a truly delectable, cheap, nutritious meal. And remember, stew always tastes better the 2nd day, 3rd, and so on .

    Beef shin and kidney stew:

    1 lb beef kidney
    2 lb beef shin/shank
    2 tbs oil
    1+ cups sliced mushrooms
    1 cup sliced carrots
    1 glass beef stock
    1 glass red wine
    4~5 shallots
    1 tsp thyme
    2 tbs flour
    about 2~3 tsp cumin
    salt and pepper to taste

    Beer brown jasmine rice:

    1 cup brown jasmine rice
    3/4 cup beer
    1 3/4 cup water
    1 tbs of coconut oil
    garlic salt to taste

    I can make instructions if anyone wants. Just say so.

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