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    Default Do Ya'll Cook

    OK if I give you all me secrets are ya'll gonna cook em? And if ya do, will ya let me know what ya think?

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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    I love new recipes. I'll definately try anything one.

    I got a water smoker for Christmas last year. I'm still new to using brines and rubs but so far so good. I've mainly been smoking brisquets and pork shoulders. I'm hoping to do a couple whole chickens this weekend.

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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    Ever try Cuban Steak and Onions?

    How about Chicken in Wine & Cream Sauce?

    Stuffed Shrimp with Crab and Basil Pesto (Paula Dean's Recipe)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LocatingLarry View Post
    Ever try Cuban Steak and Onions?

    How about Chicken in Wine & Cream Sauce?

    Stuffed Shrimp with Crab and Basil Pesto (Paula Dean's Recipe)


    Yahoo!!! a section for real men!
    Bring the recipies on....
    The wifey and I love to try new stuff on the weekends!

    Here's an easy recipe for a quick but delicious supper:

    Boil some spiral pasta (enough for # people involved),
    Broil 2 chicken breasts (We add a Caribbean spice ("IRIE" brand available at Walmart) to add flavor to the chicken).
    sautee' some muchrooms.

    Cut the chicken into cubes, drain the pasta.

    Mix the chicken, pasta and mushrooms together. Add a 12 oz. jar of CLASSICO ALFREDO & SUN DRIED TOMATO sauce and if you like cut up one green pepper. Simmer for 20 minutes.

    UMM UMMM Delicious.

    And I bet ya'll thought I was just a regular type locator dude. Hah>

    (My wife is standing behind me laughing her A** off at me letting everyone think I know how to cook!)
    Last edited by underground quester; June 19th, 2008 at 07:27 PM.
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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    Hey Underground! Tell the wife Hey too and tell her to join in on the family thread. I'll try that - sounds good!

    I'm thinking of charging for my recipes - since ya'll make all that dough =

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    Quote Originally Posted by LocatingLarry View Post
    Hey Underground! Tell the wife Hey too and tell her to join in on the family thread. I'll try that - sounds good!

    I'm thinking of charging for my recipes - since ya'll make all that dough =

    Hey L.L. my wife and I have all three of the podleski sisters cookbooks. The receipes are delicious, usually made from everyday ingredients and are low fat, etc. You can register on their website at http://eatshrinkandbemerry.com/ and they will send you new recipies as they create them.
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    Great info! Like the fact that it's healthy and everyday! I'll go to the site now! I'll send ya'll some of my favorites.

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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    Being Italian and growin up with an all Italian family I learned how to cook Italian pretty good secret is "simplicity with fresh ingredients" but however I must be Mexicanese cause I eat Mexican and China all the time

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    i'am getting off the cablevine to go find something to eat.............you guys are killing me......looks like a bowl of cereal for me.....

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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    OK Yahoo - This one's just for you!

    Chicken - drummettes, wings, legs, whatever you want

    Put them in a rectangular shaped casserole dish.

    Mix together in a bowl: 1 packet of Lipton Onion Soup Mix
    1 bottle of Russian Salad Dressing
    1 small jar of Apricot Preserves

    Pour mixture over chicken and bake about 1 hour.

    Bake a potato in the microwave - pierce it with a fork several times first.

    To serve:

    Plate chicken and baked potato, add butter and pour sauce from chicken over potato.

    YUMMY IN THE TUMMY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LocatingLarry View Post
    OK Yahoo - This one's just for you!

    Chicken - drummettes, wings, legs, whatever you want

    Put them in a rectangular shaped casserole dish.

    Mix together in a bowl: 1 packet of Lipton Onion Soup Mix
    1 bottle of Russian Salad Dressing
    1 small jar of Apricot Preserves

    Pour mixture over chicken and bake about 1 hour.

    Bake a potato in the microwave - pierce it with a fork several times first.

    To serve:

    Plate chicken and baked potato, add butter and pour sauce from chicken over potato.

    YUMMY IN THE TUMMY!
    I've been doing this with chicken breast (minus the apricot preserves) for years. Damn, thought I was the only one using russian dressing.
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    Default Pheasants in Vanilla Brandy Sauce

    Roasted Pheasants with a Vanilla Brandy Sauce

    2 skinned pheasants cut in half
    flour for dredging
    1/4-1/2 cup oil
    1 cup chicken stock
    1 tsp chicken base
    16 oz sliced mushrooms
    1 cup sliced shallots
    1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream
    1/4 cup brandy

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    Dredge pheasant halves in flour and brown in a hot pan with the oil. Remove and set in Dutch Oven. Drain off the oil except for 1 tablespoon. Add in shallots and mushrooms and saute until soft but not mushy. Pour mushrooms and shallots over and around pheasants. Add chicken stock and base. Place covered Dutch oven on middle rack and bake for 1 1/2 hours. Check to see that moisture remains. If needed add 1 cup water.

    Take 1/2 gallon of vanilla ice cream and put into a bowl on the counter to melt.

    After first baking then remove Dutch oven and pour in Brandy and stir up and add over pheasants all the melted ice cream.

    Reduce heat and bake one more hour, covered. 300-325 degrees F. You may want to remove cover to allow for sauce to reduce and thicken more in last 1/4 hour.

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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    I was caught totally by surprise at the ice cream! I have to try that one!!!!!!!
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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook

    No, but my wife does, and the size of my belly indicates how well she does.
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    Default Re: Do Ya'll Cook yeah

    [QUOTE=LocatingLarry;2714]OK Yahoo - This one's just for you!

    Chicken - drummettes, wings, legs, whatever you want

    Put them in a rectangular shaped casserole dish.

    Mix together in a bowl: 1 packet of Lipton Onion Soup Mix
    1 bottle of Russian Salad Dressing
    1 small jar of Apricot Preserves

    Pour mixture over chicken and bake about 1 hour.

    Bake a potato in the microwave - pierce it with a fork several times first.

    To serve:


    LL,
    This one is my Favorite I cook this at least once a week I use boneless breast and serve over rice. dont forget not to use all the sauce save some for dipping or to pour over chicken when you put it on your plate i also serve with velveeta augratin potatoes with it. you all should try this its the best

    Iwas gonna post this but you beet me ill pull out something else like my potato soup one
    Plate chicken and baked potato, add butter and pour sauce from chicken over potato.

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