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Old October 31st, 2010, 11:33 PM   #201
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Default ZOMBIES!!!!!!!!!! Bwahahahaha!!!!

Almost midnight, Halloween... hmmm, how about an old public school favorite: The Cheese Zombie


(Remember these?)



Dough Recipe:

2 cups warm water

2 bricks (squares) of Quick Rise yeast

6 cups flour

cup sugar

1 1 teaspoons salt (depending on taste)

cup butter

****** Also need Velveeta Cheese

Dissolve yeast in warm water. Add sugar and butter, then add salt and 5 cups of flour. Add just enough of the remaining 1 cup of flour as you mix using dough hook and a mixer or by hand until the dough isn't sticky and doesn't stick to the side of the bowl. Dough should be soft and pliable but not sticky.

Divide into two halves. Let the dough rest for 5 to 10 minutes. Then line a cookie sheet (approx. 10 x 15") with parchment paper. Make sure the parchment comes over the sides of the pan. Roll one of the dough halves to be slightly larger than the bottom of the cookie sheet. Thinly slice Velveeta cheese and place evenly on top of the dough, leaving about 1/4 to 1/2" of space around the edge. Using a rolling pin, roll the remaining dough out to completely cover the cookie sheet. Tuck and pinch the edges of the top dough over the bottom dough.

Preheat oven to 350.

Let raise for 20 - 30 minutes, or until doubled. Bake at 350 for 15 to 25 minutes.

Remove when lightly golden brown. Let rest for 5 to 10 minutes before cutting. The cheese will set up and won't leak.

VERY good with Tomato Soup
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Old February 24th, 2011, 10:13 PM   #202
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BTT

We had a power outage from snow Monday and the big freezer decided it didn't need to come back on for a day or two and the only thing not to freeze back up was a turkey so I came looking for Doc's curry recipe and have to put up my own thoughts on food.


DRY RUB

1 cup of sugar
1/2 cup salt
2 table spoons paprika
1table spoon ground cumin
also a shit load of garlic powder

mixed in Ziploc bag, or Tupperware as it will last you a couple steaks

MARINADE

by this time in the cooking process I am usually too "happy" to give a rats ass about measuring

a nice Canadian whisky (I use Pendleton as it has an orangie flavor, Crown in a pinch)
Worcestershire sauce
the cheep dollar store BBQ sauce

Mixed in a bowl, whisky is a little for you a little for me, about half the bottle of BBQ sauce and a couple table spoons or so of Worcestershire sauce. Just do the man thing and taste it, then add more whisky

I rub the dry rub into the steaks and then cover them in the slurry of "marinade" along with sliced onions, garlic chunks, peppers and mushrooms and let soak over night or two.

When I get ready to cook the meat I will put it on a plate and rub/sprinkle the dry rub and and brush on more marinade and cook it up. Sprinkling more rub and brushing more marinade on side for side. When the steaks are done I throw whats left of the marinade and the onion, garlic, pepper, mushroom mix into the skillet brown up and serve.

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It may sound like common since but the whisky and sugar will caramelize and if not cleaned off quickly becomes a pain in the ass to take care of
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Old February 25th, 2011, 06:15 AM   #203
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Had a buddy bugging me to get him some chocolate orange fudge when we went to Florida. Couldn't find any. I did see some online for $22 a pound plus over $10 shipping and I decided he isn't that good of a buddy. His birthday is today so I looked up a recipe online and made it myself. Got a candy box from AC Moore and made a label on photoshop. He's not much good at saying thank you but he did say he liked it. My wife and I scarfed some down last night and dang it is tasty. The recipe is stupid simple, which is why it suited me.

2 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips.
That's most of
one of those big 24 oz. bags. It leaves a couple handfuls,
which is what you eat while waiting for the fudge to cool.

1 can condensed milk. It was across the aisle from the
chocolate chips. There are no-fat and low-fat versions,
but I was like "Why?". There's 2 1/2 cups of chocolate in
this mud pie, why would you want to cut the fat? Duh. Go
for the good stuff.

1 1/2 teaspoon orange extract. This comes in a little
bottle. It was in the same aisle as the other stuff -
baking stuff.

That's it.

Chocolate chips and condensed milk go in a big bowl and then into the microwave for 3 minutes. The directions said "Set to medium heat", but I couldn't find that on our microwave so I just set the timer and let it go at that. If your timer is busted, light up a Marlboro or have sex with your wife. It takes about the same amount of time. Get it out and stir it. Add the orange extract while you're doing this. The directions said you can grate orange peel into it instead, like two teaspoons I think. This sounded way too complicated to me. Besides, how do you grate orange peel? Do you hit it with a 60-grit disc maybe? Isn't that the part you're supposed to throw away? Put some foil in a square pan/dish, like 8"X8" or so, spray in some Pam or wipe in (lightly) some Crisco or spray it with WD-40 or dump in some Quaker State. I'm not too sure about those last two options. Dump in the soft fudge from the bowl and spread it around evenly. It's like troweling cement. Put in the fridge. It gets firm as it cools. That's like the opposite of sex. When it's cool, cut it up. Eat it. If you eat too much you get kind of barfy feeling but your pancreas will love you for it.

See, that is stupid simple. If you don't make some, you're even stupider.
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Old February 25th, 2011, 09:13 AM   #204
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I vote this the #1 thread on VR.com!!!
Aloha...I gotta go eat something!
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Old February 25th, 2011, 09:51 AM   #205
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Old February 25th, 2011, 12:56 PM   #206
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It's in the popular threads link in my signature. And is tagged as a popular thread , if we 'stuck' every popular thread, there would be no room an page 1 of the cutting board.
You CAN click subscribe to it and then can find it easily in your user cp panel or the 'quick links' drop down menu at the upper right side of the top bar right next to the other search function button.
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Old February 25th, 2011, 04:12 PM   #207
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pulled goose bbq.

take goose breast, clean, soak in apple juice over night. put apple juice and goose breast in crock pot, cook on low heat for a long time.

remove apple juice, separate with a fork, add favorite BBQ sauce (in my case Mermaid BBQ sauce), keep on low till warm. Place on bun. Eat. Delicious. And also one of the best ways I've found to cook goose.
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Punks Sloppy Nacho's

1 lb ground beef

1 can of Manwich

Nacho chips

Shredded chedder cheese

Jalapenos

Salsa

Black olives

Sour cream

Plus whatever else you want to put on it.


Cook the beef and mix the Manwich according to the directions on the can.

Splead the chips on a plate and top with beef/Manwich.

Next add the cheese and what ever other toppings you want.

Throw it in the microwave for 1- 1 1/2 minutes or until cheese is melted.

Top with sour cream if wanted and enjoy.
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Old February 25th, 2011, 07:13 PM   #209
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Old February 25th, 2011, 07:32 PM   #210
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Hey Jon you goin to Winterjam????
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My wife makes a quiche that would make an Iron Chef bow down!
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Old February 26th, 2011, 03:33 PM   #213
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Maybe this sin't appropriate on a sober, well-behaves, US forum ... after all .. Texicans make Margueritas .. I only drink them ... but I posted this on a UK forum in the 'How To' thread ... under the title "How to erase the memory of last night from five peoples lives"

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Marguerita Atomica
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Make this with a teaspoon in one hand. Lemons and limes vary in intensity and it's the flavour you're after, not the hangover (that comes free anyway). Keep tasting it to see what to do next and don't try to use exact measurements.
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crush out the juice of 5 lemons per person (20-25 does about 3 litres)

Ditto for one lime per 5 lemons

Add triple sec until the corners of your mouth don't cringe when you taste it (about 1 x 75cl bottle will probably do for this size of mix). Use cheap stuff - Bols or something similar. Don't waste cointreau unless it's for you and a favourite person

Add Tequila (Cuervo Gold if you are feeling rich). Keep adding it until you can detect the salt'n'peppery taste over the citrus and sweetness (about 1 to 1.5 litres)

Get a big bottle of cloudy "wholemeal-lemonade-for-poseurs" from the supermarket the not so sweet, not so manufactured stuff. I've also used bitter lemon but it's not as good. If you're in Benelux, use the Spa Bronwater sugar-free with Lemon and Cactus .. that's bloody perfect.

add a volume of the fizzypop that's about 30% to 50% of the volume of the mix you've already made and stir out the bubbles. (Use more or leaas as it suits you. This is the "dilute to taste" section of the recipe)

Put it in the freezer.

If you're going to a meet the next day. Freeze it solid, and use it in a coold box to keep your wine and BBQ packs cold all day.

Otherwise, make it at lunchtime, and stir it regularly and often with a fork. It will turn into slush by the evening. If it starts getting too hard - move it to the fridge for a bit and then back to the freezer.

Prawn BBQ packs
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IMPORTANT - be careful with the foil - you don't want any holes
ALSO IMPORTANT - Don't make these the night before. Salty lemon juice can eat foil !! (I make them up dry and leave them open overnight, then just season and wrap them before I leave).
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Bag of big, pre-cooked prawns. The ones about the size of your little finger. You'll need 3 or 4 per packet.
Garlic Boursin (a large one - about 3 inches in diameter -makes 5-6 packets),
a leek,
a lemon,
salt, black pepper,
baking foil.

Deal out the pack of Boursin into 5 or 6 equal parts. add 3 or 4 prawns, and about two or three 1/8 inch slices of leek chopped coarsly. i put the prawns around the boursin, scatter on the leek, and and pat them together. It's not a "mix" as much as a "bundle").

Salt and a goodly grind of black pepper and a squeeze of lemon (I dunno .. a squeeze ... about what you'd get out of a 1/4 inch thick slice from a nice lemon).

Make a little bomb by putting the patty onto a piece of foil, gathering the foil up at the top and twisting.

Let 'm stand for acouple of hours.

Stand them around the hot sides of the cenre of the BBQ while you cremate some dead mammal carcass. Keep moving them round for 5 minutes or so.

Use longish lumps of french bread, torn open at the seam ... split the package into the soft white ..

oohh ..

drool ..

now .. where are those lemons .....
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Old February 26th, 2011, 06:09 PM   #214
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Here's one for u guys. I tried if in college first years ago.
What u need:
Chocolate crum pie crust
Chocolate instant pudding
Peanut butter
Milk

Take 2 heaping spoons full of pb and place in bowl & melt it in mic.
Pour into chocolate pie crust and coat bottom & sides.
Place in freezer.
Mix pudding (use less milk makes it thicker)
Pour pudding into pie crust.
Place in frig until pudding is set.

Just try not to eat the whole thing in one sitting.
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Dbl chocolate with a shot of PB, PERFECT!
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Thought you would like that. Last weekend I made it for breakfast both days. They don't last past lunch.
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Pancakes:
Bisquick box and follow the recipe on the back with the baking powder, suagr, lemon juice & stuff (makes them ALOT better).

Make extras (ok just don't eat them all in the morning, yea I know its hard not too). They are great for the next couple of days. Throw them in the toaster or eat them cold with peanut butter.
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...Throw them in the toaster or eat them cold with peanut butter.
So I'm not the only weirdo to eat pancakes with peanut butter. I gave up eating pancakes, waffles and french toast around other people because of the peanut butter. I was shocked when I found out out of everyone I knew I was the only one that did it
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Yea hot pancakes with peanut butter is awesome. It melts it just right. Try it with some choc. chips on it too. It melts them too. Or better yet, peanut butter & bananas. Thats what I had yesterday for breakfest. I can't eat syrup (to much suger sours my stomach).
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While runnign cheryl;s family business a few years ago I made myself a breakfast sandwich on an english muffin;

2) egg patties
3) strips of bacon
2) sausage patties
2) slices of ham
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So I'm not the only weirdo to eat pancakes with peanut butter. I gave up eating pancakes, waffles and french toast around other people because of the peanut butter. I was shocked when I found out out of everyone I knew I was the only one that did it
One of my cousins has been eating his peanut butter with pancakes for a long as I can remember. They always had that 5lb tub of JIF. I eat then that way occasionally, but I'm not a huge pancake fan, but I'll eat peanut butter any day. I love diggin into it with pretzels.
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While runnign cheryl;s family business a few years ago I made myself a breakfast sandwich on an english muffin;

2) egg patties
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2) sausage patties
2) slices of ham
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Sounds like something that would come from Hardees/Carl's Jr. breakfast menu.
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While runnign cheryl;s family business a few years ago I made myself a breakfast sandwich on an english muffin;

2) egg patties
3) strips of bacon
2) sausage patties
2) slices of ham
3) slices of cheese
That sounds great!!!! Ya might have a coronary after it but still sounds yummy!
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Mmmmmmmm......

Just smoked a 10lb pork shoulder for 12 hours with apple and cherry wood from my property. Went out to take it out of the pit and the bone just pulled right out. I throw it all into a gallon zipploc bag and will put it into the frig until tomorrow then just shred it with a fork for pulled pork sandwiches all this week. I rubbed it down with blacken spices and wet it down with a bottle of woodchuck...

Now I can't wait until tomorrow....
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