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Jan 3, 2011
 
Cheese Ball

Ingredients:

6 slices of thick pepper jack cheese

3 slices of American cheese

1 8 oz. package of cream cheese

½ cup chopped pecans

2 cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese

4 drops of liquid smoke

Assorted fruits; apples, oranges, pineapples, and grapes

Entertainment crackers

Instructions:

In a mixer cream the cream cheese. Once smooth begin to add pepper jack cheese and blend until well mixed.
Mix in the liquid smoke.(Be careful, to much liquid smoke will make your cheese ball bitter.)
Gradually add in the cheddar cheese then the American, blend until mixture becomes incorporated into a ball.
Turn cheese mixture out onto a flat wax paper covered surface. Form the cheese mixture into a ball. Wet your hands lightly to better handle the molding of the cheese ball.
On, another piece of wax paper sprinkle out all of the nuts. Then gently roll the cheese ball onto the nuts until all nuts adhere to the cheese ball.
On a display plate add cheese ball to the center and arrange fruit and crackers to your liking.

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#27
Jan 3, 2011
 
Louisville Panther wrote:
Cheese Ball
Ingredients:
6 slices of thick pepper jack cheese
3 slices of American cheese
1 8 oz. package of cream cheese
½ cup chopped pecans
2 cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese
4 drops of liquid smoke
Assorted fruits; apples, oranges, pineapples, and grapes
Entertainment crackers
Instructions:
In a mixer cream the cream cheese. Once smooth begin to add pepper jack cheese and blend until well mixed.
Mix in the liquid smoke.(Be careful, to much liquid smoke will make your cheese ball bitter.)
Gradually add in the cheddar cheese then the American, blend until mixture becomes incorporated into a ball.
Turn cheese mixture out onto a flat wax paper covered surface. Form the cheese mixture into a ball. Wet your hands lightly to better handle the molding of the cheese ball.
On, another piece of wax paper sprinkle out all of the nuts. Then gently roll the cheese ball onto the nuts until all nuts adhere to the cheese ball.
On a display plate add cheese ball to the center and arrange fruit and crackers to your liking.
Thanks!

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2 cups of "Honey Nut Cheerios"
1 1/2 cups of almond milk...
...oula!
I'm glad I wasn't drinking anything, cuz I would've spit it out reading this post.

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#29
Jan 3, 2011
 
vampiYAH stabB wrote:
<quoted text>With a splash of "Ciroc", of course!
...shhhh.
Your speaking my language!

Although I've found that Jungle Juice and vodka is a horrible combo.

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Easy @$$ Salmon recipe:

-Salmon filet
-Blackening Seasoning
-Butter, Onions (optional)

Throw that shyt on the Salmon to taste, throw it all in the oven for 15min. Enough time to cook all your side shyt.

Good, simple, bachelor delicatessen.

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#31
Jan 3, 2011
 
Drunken Masta wrote:
Easy @$$ Salmon recipe:
-Salmon filet
-Blackening Seasoning
-Butter, Onions (optional)
Throw that shyt on the Salmon to taste, throw it all in the oven for 15min. Enough time to cook all your side shyt.
Good, simple, bachelor delicatessen.
Quick and simple, I can handle this one.
Thanks

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#32
Jan 3, 2011
 
MsNewNew wrote:
<quoted text>Quick and simple, I can handle this one.
Thanks
Thanks. A step up from my Ramen noodle recipe lol.

Oh, another quickie: How many people use garlic powder and soy sauce to season burgers? I've been cooking burgers w/ soy sauce since I was 10, you can never go wrong!

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Jan 3, 2011
 
I'm gonna start with household staples. Which mean I've cooked them enough time that I don't bother with measurements. I'll follow up with recipes for others.

&#8734;Steak Enchiladas w/ Salsa Verde,(sometimes I do them half roja, half verde)

&#8734;Japchae (Sweet potato noodles and stir fried veggies w/ sliced omelet, soy sauce, sesame oil)

&#8734;Grilled Artichoke w/ Remoulade (the right wood is key here)
•Parboil/steam artichokes, remove chokes.
•Chill chokes in fridge for a few hours.
•Mix; minced garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, in a bowl. Season w/ salt & pepper. This is your basting sauce.
•Grill until nicely charred.
•My remoulade usually consists of mayo, a hint of mustard, minced capers, fresh herbs minced (dill & parsley, maybe some cilantro), lemon juice and lot of creamed horseradish.

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Jan 3, 2011
 
Ribeye Steaks in a beer marinade:
Basic marinade consists of; beer (usually a good Bock), brown/raw sugar, cayenne, onion & garlic powder. I usually add more (soy/worcestershire, dill, etc) to my marinade than the SO.
Seal in a ziploc & marinate overnight or at least 8 hours.

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#35
Jan 3, 2011
 
@Drunken Masta:

Nothing wrong with ramen, or as the SO likes to call it saimen. We hook it up to the nines.
•Meat (steak/pork/poultry)
•Egg (boiled)
•Shitake
•Seaweed/Spinach/Both
•Green onion

I often make my own broths.

Oh and the SO lies his fish cake floating on top. The cutesy swirl type. I'll try to find a pic.

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Jan 3, 2011
 
Drunken Masta wrote:
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I'm glad I wasn't drinking anything, cuz I would've spit it out reading this post.
HAAAA!!!!
LOL!!! LOL!!!

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#37
Jan 3, 2011
 
Bacardi Razz and Sprite Remix was a classic of mine.

I even got non-drinkers hooked on it.

Lol...

Nite nite.

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#38
Jan 3, 2011
 
Spunkalunk wrote:
@Drunken Masta:
Nothing wrong with ramen, or as the SO likes to call it saimen. We hook it up to the nines.
•Meat (steak/pork/poultry)
•Egg (boiled)
•Shitake
•Seaweed/Spinach/Both
•Green onion
I often make my own broths.
Oh and the SO lies his fish cake floating on top. The cutesy swirl type. I'll try to find a pic.
Interesting. I've always been a basic noodle eater (Chicken Mushroom is the best), not even wanting veggies or even a hot dog floating around. But this sounds good I must say.

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Jan 3, 2011
 
Drunken Masta wrote:
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Your speaking my language!
Although I've found that Jungle Juice and vodka is a horrible combo.
You're probably right, but after the 2nd one, you think about the rest later.

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Jan 3, 2011
 
Drunken Masta wrote:
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Interesting. I've always been a basic noodle eater (Chicken Mushroom is the best), not even wanting veggies or even a hot dog floating around. But this sounds good I must say.
I thought this article was hilarious. Scroll past the butane kit to get the quick & dirty gist of the meal.
http://tastyislandhawaii.com/blog/2008/12/31/...

Although, we prefer fresh egg noodles sometimes we cheat w/ a package of Shin Ramen. I buy shin ramen in bulk.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shin_Ramyun

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#41
Jan 3, 2011
 
Still bouncing things off the top of my head. Recipes still to follow later.

Gorgonzola (or even better Maytag Bleu Cheese) Mashed Potatoes:
•Make mashed potatoes beat in (crumbled) cheese w/ standing/electric mixer.

Caramelized Shallots & Sage Mashed Potatoes:
•Cook ultra thinly sliced shallots until over done.
•Caramelize cooked shallots w/'white' balsamic vinegar and raw sugar.
•Add fresh chopped sage to the shallots, cook for a min, turn off heat.
•Make mashed potatoes beat in shallots and sage w/ standing/electric mixer.

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Jan 3, 2011
 
Fish N Grits.......of course

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#43
Jan 3, 2011
 
vampiYAH stabB wrote:
<quoted text>You're probably right, but after the 2nd one, you think about the rest later.
Maan, I've learned that alot of sugar + alcohol= the blues the next day, or even getting cozy next to the toilet.

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Spunkalunk wrote:
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I thought this article was hilarious. Scroll past the butane kit to get the quick & dirty gist of the meal.
http://tastyislandhawaii.com/blog/2008/12/31/...
Although, we prefer fresh egg noodles sometimes we cheat w/ a package of Shin Ramen. I buy shin ramen in bulk.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shin_Ramyun
Okay. I'm out now lol. Thanks, I'm going to check them out.

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Jan 3, 2011
 
One of my favorite recipes is my Banana nut bread...which goes really good with a hot cup of coffee,tea or cocoa. 1/3cup shortening...1/2cup sugar...2eggs...1 +3/4cups sifted unbleached flour...2tsp baking powder...1/2tsp salt...1/4tsp baking soda...1cup mashed ripe bananas...1tsp vanilla...1/2 broken walnuts. Cream shortening and sugar, add eggs beat well. Mix all dry ingredients add to creamed mixture then add mashed bananas. Stir in walnuts or add them on top of mixture after pouring into well greased loaf pan, bake in oven 350 degrees for 1 hour or til done. take out,let cool.

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