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Slice mushrooms and cook in butter and set aside.

Dip boneless chicken breast in milk then flower and cook in butter until golden brown on each side.

Put chicken in pot with some chicken bouillon and Chablis wine so it cover chicken. Simmer for 15 minutes, turn over and simmer for 15 more minutes.

Remove chicken

Pour in whipping cream into mixture with chicken flower drippings and wine.

stir and heat but do not let boil

return chicken and mushrooms into sauce

can serve this way or over a light pasta

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One of my most recent favorites:

Boil one packet of linguine

heat 2 TB butter and 3 TB olive oil. Add 3 to 4 cloves of garlic and saute for about a minute. Add about 15 medium sized shrimp, season with salt and pepper and cook until pink. Add pasta to pan with chopped parsley, the rind of one lemon, along with the juice of the lemon. mx together and serve! Sometimes we put a little parmasaen on it too.

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Place two pieces of bread in toaster and pull down lever. Take out butter from fridge while waiting. When toaster lever pops up, remove toast and spread the creamy butter on the toast. Serve with orange juice or tea....mmmmm.

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Place two pieces of bread in toaster and pull down lever. Take out butter from fridge while waiting. When toaster lever pops up, remove toast and spread the creamy butter on the toast. Serve with orange juice or tea....mmmmm.

Ahh you stole mine! :P

Well this one's even better.

Get a bowl, fill with your cereal of choice. Get milk, and add as much/little as you prefer.

Enjoy.


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Chicken fajitas are one of my favorites to make.

Buy a pre-cooked roasted chicken and pick out the meat.

Slice and cook an onion.

Slice and cook red and yellow pepper (or red and green, green and yellow, etc).

Add the chicken.

Cut up one or two cloves of garlic and add to the chicken, onion, and peppers.

Add pepper.

Grate cheese over top and let it melt.

Warm up tortillas and then serve with salsa and sour cream.

We never get sick of this meal! It's SO easy and tasty.


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pumpkin jack....a zuni recipe...

take one large punpkin..open it up scoop a little of the inside plup out ..just a little..pull in a bag of sugar..seal top with wax..wait, for a month..open up..get small cup..and drink away...you get drunk and fiber all at the same time


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Focus on easy . . .

4 medium sized pork chops

1 onion

1 can tomato soup, condensed

italian seasoning

4 medium potatoes

Put pork chops in baking dish. Slice onion over top; Sprinkle with Italian Seasoning. Spread condensed tomato soup to cover meat. Place pan in 350 F. oven. Place potatoes around pan on rack. Bake 55 to 60 minutes.

Just add a vegetable of choice (spinach, broccoli, green beans, corn, etc.)

and you have a really easy meal that tastes good.

You can try variations using other soups and adding other vegetables (ie. mushrooms, tomatoes, etc.) and seasonings.


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pumpkin jack....a zuni recipe...

take one large punpkin..open it up scoop a little of the inside plup out ..just a little..pull in a bag of sugar..seal top with wax..wait, for a month..open up..get small cup..and drink away...you get drunk and fiber all at the same time

... along with a healthy dose of botulism.... :P


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crimson pork chops

get some thick cut pork chops, put them in a deep sautee or frying pan, sear both sides while mixing the sauce > in a large measuring cup, squirt in about 1/4 of ketchup (organic is best, its more ketchupy), a couple tablespoons of worcestershir (try to find some without the hfcs in, tho I don't know if it exists in the US :P I use Watkins Meat Magic now) and a couple tablespoons of honey mustard (or some Watkins Troipcal Salsa, very yummy!). Mix that up with 2 cups of water, then pour over the pork chops.

Cut a large onion into slices, and a large orange into slices, and put one slice of each over each pork chop. Cover the pan.

In another pot par boil slices potatoes. When they're almost soft, drain them, and put potatoes in the pan with the pork chops and sauce. Cover the pan, and wait til its done. Depending on the thickness of the chops, it won't be too long. Serve and enjoy.

This has been one of my faves since I was very little. I even got my husband enjoying pork with this recipe, he said he's always hated pork before. Recently I've switched the mustard in the sauce with Tropical Salsa, its a slightly sweet and spicy salsa that goes very well with chicken, pork or fish.


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pumpkin jack....a zuni recipe...

take one large punpkin..open it up scoop a little of the inside plup out ..just a little..pull in a bag of sugar..seal top with wax..wait, for a month..open up..get small cup..and drink away...you get drunk and fiber all at the same time

... along with a healthy dose of botulism.... :P

nope..indian tribes have been drinking it over 100 years ..,and i did for 5...only thiing is a world class hangover


Peace to All creatures great and small............................................

But when we turn to the Hebrew literature, we do not find such jokes about the donkey. Rather the animal is known for its strength and its loyalty to its master (Genesis 49:14; Numbers 22:30).

Peppi_drinking_beer.jpg

my burro, bosco ..enjoying a beer in almaty

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pumpkin jack....a zuni recipe...

take one large punpkin..open it up scoop a little of the inside plup out ..just a little..pull in a bag of sugar..seal top with wax..wait, for a month..open up..get small cup..and drink away...you get drunk and fiber all at the same time

... along with a healthy dose of botulism.... :P

nope..indian tribes have been drinking it over 100 years ..,and i did for 5...only thiing is a world class hangover

I want some.... :devil:

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Easy and tastes great? Call your local Chinese delivery joint and get you some eggrolls and sesame chicken.

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Pesto spanakopitta. You'll need 300-500g fresh spinach (preferably e coli-free), some feta (can sub ricotta if you hate feta), pine nuts, some pesto sauce, olive oil, and filo dough.

The fresh filo is easier to work but the frozen filo gives better results.

Cook the spinach and wring off all the water, stir in some feta (as much as you like, really), a spoonful of pesto sauce, and some toasted pine nuts. (If you can't get spinach, you can substitute swiss chard.)

Oil up 3-4 inch wide strips of filo with olive oil. I layer the filo...2-3 strips depending on the thickness of the sheets. Put a spoonful of your spinachy mixture at the top and fold down into a triangle, like you'd fold a flag, brushing with olive oil each time you fold. Bake for 10-15 minutes on gas mark 6 until the filo turns golden.

I know things involving filo dough might not SEEM easy but trust me, this gets easy with practice. Takes me maybe half an hour start to finish.

Food purists probably wouldn't call this spanakopitta because I've altered the recipe so much, but this is how we like it. :D We often eat it with a roasted red pepper sauce that I make; we get roasted red peppers at the store and I cook them with some stock, white wine, garlic, and onions. I blitz it in the blender and add some yogurt (original recipe called for cream). Tastes yummy on the triangles, but if you add too much stock/wine it turns out too runny, so be careful. It tastes nasty if it's thickened up with corn starch. I don't know the exact measurements for these recipes because I never bothered to take any; I just make them. They're dead easy.


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this is one of my favourite really easy recipes...

Take one can of Campbell's Condensed Tomato soup (it has to be Campbells :whistle: ) and dump it into a sauce pan... Fill now empty can with milk and pour into sauce pan with soup... Add about a cup of grated cheese, cheddar works best... Then add to taste some oregano and basil.... Stir all together and heat until warmed through and cheese is melted ... Then enjoy!! :thumbs:

YUM!! YUM!!! :D Comfort food for the gods!!

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