| Get my pies|
outta the oven!
Maple-Bacon sugar cookies made by me:
Baked Jersey Tomato Soup from the Varsity Inn in Ocean City, NJ. Creamy house-made tomato soup baked French Onion-style with croutons and cheese. Utter delicious.
Cheeseburger from the White Haven Family Diner in the Poconos, PA. That's a 12 inch plate by the way!
The Full Irish breakfast, at the Everglades Hotel in Derry, Northern Ireland. Irish bacon, banger sausage, poached eggs, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, white pudding (very Scrapple like!) and Irish soda bread with the wonderful Irish butter
A quick marinade and a lot a lot of garlic!
sirloin with argentine chimichurri on a bed of cous cous, spinach, red peppers, and scallions.
we have started doing some of the Hello Fresh mail-order ready-to-cook meals and they have all been excellent. Usually take right around 30 minutes total to prep and cook.
"The frost on the ground probably envies the frost on the trees."
I like chimichurri. That is all.
As one that can't even order a pizza and make it look good ... you guys are killin me here!
If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.
I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either
Beautifully marbled steaks, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, and baby potatoes.
A couple SIGs and a few others
|I Wanna Missile|
I've gotten out of the habit of photographing my meals. I'll have to start again.
Some past favorites:
Chicken breast in a lemon/butter/caper sauce over home made fettuccine.
Mussels steamed in beer, garlic, butter and bacon.
"I am a Soldier. I fight where I'm told and I win where I fight."
GEN George S. Patton, Jr.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by 911Boss:
A few of mine...
Where did you get this glass? This style is normally used in Germany, especially Bavaria, for the white beer or wheat beer. It contains 0.5 liters.
vemon, the sauce looks good. Not too much tomato juice in it. Would you mind to share the receipe?
So, you live in Moscow? My sister in law comes from Ulan Ude. Her brother is living in Moscow, too. And no, I wouldn't ask you if you know him by happenstance.
This reminds me of this:
Would you mind sharing the receipe?
What about the gun? M18 or M15?
|thin skin can't win|
First - how have I missed this thread? I need to start capturing some decent shots and adding to this. I've gotta say, y'all have me starving.
Second - to drabfour - we were back at Stanley's Famous last Wednesday and I got the Cadillac Clucker since we'd been discussing Guy Fiere and the need to order from the less usual parts of menus. It was incredible!!!
You only have integrity once. - imprezaguy02
Here you go Elmer
Cheesy Chicken Monterey
1 package Knorr Rice Sides - chicken flavor
1 can (11 oz.)corn, drained
1 can (11 oz.) black beans, rinsed and drained
1 can (4 oz.)green chilies, undrained
1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast, thinly sliced
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack chees - WE USE QUESO CHEESE SAUCE
Prepare Knorr Rice Sides - chicken flavor according to package directions. Stir in corn, beans and chilies. Meanwhile, heat 1 Tbsp. vegetable oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat and cook chicken and onion, stirring frequently, until chicken is thoroughly cooked, about 4 minutes.
Put cast iron skillet/platter in hot oven. When heated, take out of oven, arrange rice on platter, then top with chicken and onions and cheese. Put back in oven until the cheese is melted and bubbly.This message has been edited. Last edited by: IndianaMike,
Mike, thank you.
As we don't have Knorr rice sides in Germany I will try to find a substitute although we have lots of Knorr products.
What about the decoration? M 15 or M 18?
Oops missed that part of the post!
Revolver is a Smith And Wesson Model 48-4 and the Knife is a 35 year old K-bar
thank you for appreciating my sauce for spaghetti
the Recipe is extremely simple:
meat beef + pork mince, spread on a well-heated (!) the pan constantly to roll over and do not allow "sticking together" in clumps. Then add lots of sliced onions, a little sugar, salt, black pepper. Continue to cook covering the pan with a lid until the "disappearance" of the bow (35 min approx) Add finely chopped carrots, a little water and a spoonful of tomato paste (or a few fresh tomatoes). On low heat bring to readiness, add spices to taste (garlic, chili) and spread on cooked spaghetti Bon appetit!
And Yes, I live in Moscow and quite possibly know your family member
P.S I apologize for any translation mistakes. I use autotranslator.This message has been edited. Last edited by: vemon,
Would you mind sharing your stuffing mix? It looks delicious. Were the peppers mild?
|A Grateful American|
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