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therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#3 Jan 17, 2013
I do meals that i call slop.

Its pretty much mashed potatoes, chicken noodles (or whatever kind of noodles you like) and a vegetable.

You cook it all put it in a big bowl mix it up it taste deliciouse and its easy to make and clean up.

i also do the same thing with sour cabbage.
therealangel1234

Columbus, OH

#4 Jan 17, 2013
Sour cabbage instead of noodles that is.

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#5 Jan 17, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
Let's post some good recipes to help us mothers out on fixing something different! Here's one of mine.
Green Bean Casserole.
4 cups of green beans (not french style)
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 can cream of mushroom or celery
1 lb velveeta cheese
1 box durkee or any french fried onions
Add green beans in a 13x9 after draining the water off of 3 cans.
Ass soups, and cheese (cut cheese up)
Stir and add salt and pepper
Bake at 350-400 covered for about an hour. Uncover and add onions about the last 10 minutes.
Lasagna
1 pound italian sausage
1 big tub of small curd cottage cheese
1 jar of Ragu spaghetti sauce (I like 6 cheese)
Lasagna noodles (boil 9)
Sharp cheddar and mozarella or italian cheese (buy the four cup bags)
Fry up sausage and drain the grease. Add the sauce and simmer for about ten minutes while your noodles are boiling. I normally add in basil, italian seasoning, and garlic salt.
Layer with noodles, cottage cheese, then sausage n sauce. I normally make mine just two layers. Cover with sharp cheddar, and mozzarella or italian cheese. I add in basil, garlic salt, and italian seasoning.
Bake at about 350-400 for an hour. I normally cover mine, and then uncover for about the last 20 minutes to brown the cheese.
Damn Tbay sounds like you know your way around the stove;-)
Just Me

Taylor, MI

#7 Jan 17, 2013
Wow tbay do you cook for your msn like that?
Just Me

Taylor, MI

#8 Jan 17, 2013
Man.

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#9 Jan 17, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
Yes dear, I can cook. I really enjoy making supper for my family. I've been collecting and swapping recipes for years. I also enjoy baking. Even in my early teens I was in the kitchen.
Your Moma raised you right;-)

F3

Since: Jan 13

Columbus, OH

#10 Jan 17, 2013
I have never in my life went by an actual recipe! I usually just do what i think will taste good and taste and add things as i go along. I may have to try your lasagna recipe because i make mine wayyyyy different, mine is delectable but i love trying new things!
Karen

Byesville, OH

#11 Jan 17, 2013
I made black eyed pea soup with ham for dinner. When it gets to the table I like to add raw, diced onions. With cornbread it's great. Cheap to make, too. Got a nice ham at Aldi's and the bone was perfect for this dish.
On Monday I'm planning on making potato soup with shrimp in it. MMMM, good.
I don't think anyone needs a recipe for these dishes.
I am looking for a recipe that is homemade frosting. It goes on very smooth with a little tanish tint. It turns harder day by day. Haven't had it since I was a child and granny made it. I don't know if it had maple syrup in it or not. Please help me if you can. I'd be very grateful.

Since: Jan 13

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#12 Jan 17, 2013
italian baked chicken
4 large boneless skinless chicken breast
2 cans campbells cream chicken soup
1 pkg dry italian dressing mix
1 block cream cheese

mix soup and dressing mix together place chicken in crock pot put cream cheese on top them pour soup mixture over top cook on low for 6 hrs
very good recipe
Louigi

United States

#14 Jan 17, 2013
Melt in your mouth chicken breast:
Mix together 1 cup mayo, 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, 1 teaspoon garlic, 1 teaspoon seasoning salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper.
Spread mixture over 4 chicken breasts, bake 45mins at 375.
Absolutely delish!!!!!
Keylolo

Byesville, OH

#15 Jan 17, 2013
I don't remember what it's called but, it's chicken baked in french dressing till the chicken is done. Really good.

Would anyone like some polish recipes? chicken paprikas, lazy day pirohy (like Mrs. T's pirogy but much better.) paprika potaotes,...? I'm not gonna bother if you're not interested. The chicken paprikas is like dumplings with sour cream in them and a chicken gravy with sour cread. paprika potatoes is like fried potatoes with paprika...

An very east one I can run off the top of my head is a great roast. Take a frozen roast, pour 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup on top that has been mixed with french onion soup mix. A four pound roast takes about 5 hours in a 250 oven. Nice to do if you must go out for a while. Some people omit the celery soup. Nice gravy. Even better if you add a touch of sour cream. MMM good.

“Hippie Gypsy”

Since: Jan 12

Huron, Ohio

#16 Jan 17, 2013
Louigi wrote:
Melt in your mouth chicken breast:
Mix together 1 cup mayo, 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, 1 teaspoon garlic, 1 teaspoon seasoning salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper.
Spread mixture over 4 chicken breasts, bake 45mins at 375.
Absolutely delish!!!!!
This sounds great, I must try it.
Fatboy

Lancaster, OH

#17 Jan 17, 2013
Crock Pot Root Beer Pulled Pork

1 - 1 to 3 pound pork roast - I used a 1 1/2 lb pork sirloin tip roast
2 - tablespoons grill mates pork rub
2 - cups root beer
1 - small onion, cubed
2 - cloves garlic, chopped
2 - teaspoons liquid smoke
2 - tablespoons Yellow Label Syrup (Found at Walmart)
1 - 18 oz bottle Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce or use your favorite

Rinse the pork roast off with water and pat dry with a paper towel. Rub two tables spoons pork rub all over making sure to cover the whole pork roast. Heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Get the pan nice and hot and then add the roast.

Sear the pork roast on all sides. Remove the roast from the pan and add to a crock pot. Add the onion, garlic, one teaspoon of liquid smoke and one cup of root beer.

Cover the crock pot and cook on low for 5-6 hours. When done remove the roast from the crock pot and discard the liquid and onions. Let the roast cool and then shred the pork into pieces using two forks. Return the shredded meat to the crock pot.

Add the remaining one cup of root beer, BBQ sauce, yellow label syrup and remaining teaspoon of liquid smoke and stir to combine. Cook the shredded meat an additional hour on low. Serve on hamburger buns, rolls or hoagies.

Substitute for Yellow Label Syrup: Karo, Cane or Moonshine syrup. Molasses, brown sugar or even honey can also be used. The Yellow Label Syrup just gives the pulled pork a touch of sweetness.
hillbilly bead

Chillicothe, OH

#18 Jan 18, 2013
betty crocker fudge brownie mix 1/4 cup oil 2/3 cup vegetableoil 2 large eggs .25 lb fresh marijane and wallnuts. cook and serve family favorite.

Since: Jan 13

Columbus, OH

#19 Jan 18, 2013
Tbay have you ever tried chicken lasagna.

i cook a few nice sized chicken breast in onion powder garlic powder and butter.

i cut it up and layer it in where the sausage would go. I also put mushrooms and seasond skinned tomatoes ( you can get them in a can but i stem them peel the skin and boil them in a pot with garlic and hot pepper) and every layer of cottage cheese i top with shredded parmesan cheese. its one of my favorite dishes.

Since: Jan 13

Lexington, KY

#25 Jan 20, 2013
Think i will just order a pizza and call it a day all this food talk and i dont feel like cooking.

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#27 Jan 20, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
**Break**
This recipe may not go over well with some, but for those of you that know this one I'm sure you still make this shit. There are MANY variations to this one here. Enjoy
2 bags ramen noodle soup (any flavor) we prefer the chilli
Pickles
Beef summer sausage ( I normally pick this up by the beef jerky in walmart)
Bell and Banana peppers
Onion
Squirt cheese (we tend to get the nacho cheese rotel or just use shredded cheddar if you don't have that) Just add to taste as creamy/cheesy as you like.
Mayo 1/2 cup to a cup depending on how creamy you like it.
Doritos or fritos
Bring a big bowl of water to a boil. Remove from heat and add your dry soups. Let them sit for about ten minutes, and drain. Sautee the onion, peppers, and sausage together in a pan with butter. Take the noodles and put them into a big plastic bowl. Add all the ingredients minus the doritos into this and stir.*some like to throw it all in a trash bag and stir it that way* Then crush up doritos and add that on the top. I normally throw in a bit of soy sauce as well. If you used shredded cheddar cheese instead of the other I throw it in the microwave and melt that. Serve it as is. My family LOVES this. I've been making this for years since I worked at the prison and got the idea.
LMAO

You Can Tell Tbay Really Worked At The Prison!!!!!

Hey A Good Break Was Better Than All That Fake Chicken;-)

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#30 Jan 20, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
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Teehee
Good Morning

F3

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#38 Jan 26, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
I'm looking for a good fried chicken recipe if anyone has one. We like a lot of flavor in our home as far as season wise.
KFC
Thats my recipe for fried chicken LOL!!!

MikeLane

Since: Dec 12

Columbus, OH

#40 Jan 26, 2013
--Tbay-- wrote:
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Me too honestly because I love the chicken there.
We got Pop Eyes Chicken at the 37 truck stop and they are good too

Then we got Lees Famous Receipe and there good too

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