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Mon Cheri

Bethlehem, PA

#343 Sep 8, 2013
I like to keep a bag of sustainable wild bay scallops and shrimp in my freezer. This comes in handy because it doesn't take much time or preparation to prepare. It's also great when I'm preparing something just for myself. I take a few scallops and/or shrimp - defrost and add spices and some fresh veggies, chopped red onion, and garlic. Don't forget to add some red wine. It blends with the juices of the seafood and creates a wonderful sauce. Put in the oven at 400 for about 30 min. and put over cooked brown rice or whole grain pasta. So good.
Fathom this

Euless, TX

#346 Sep 11, 2013
WAS sanka wrote:
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It is a cheapo cut of pork.
I cooks a big un til tender like a roast today and then tomorrow have leftovers with some barBQ sauce and some overly processed white bread.
Two meals for the price of one.
It is actually shoulder of pork
Tired of Seniors

Spring, TX

#348 Sep 11, 2013
Tired of Silly wrote:
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Two really easy dishes!
I make really old-fashioned comfort food mac and cheese the way my mother made it when I was a child.......with Velveeta!!! For a big ole pan of it, cook a lb. of macaroni as directed on the package. While it's cooking, cut up 1/2 of a big package of Velveeta into chunks (about 1 inch). When the macaroni's done and still hot, mix the "cheese" into the hot macaroni, add a splash of milk (or cream if you're feeling decadent)and mix it up. Put into a baking pan-I use an old pyrex deep dish casserole dish. Top with a package of pre-shredded cheddar cheese, whatever kind you like, I usually use the triple cheddar mix. Bake at 350 for about 40 minutes or til the cheese on top is melted and browned. Sometimes for a one-dish meal, I add diced ham or browned ground beef in with the mix.
Baked Spaghetti-you can do it with leftover spaghetti and sauce as someone else said.....just mix the sauce with the spaghetti, put in a casserole dish and top with mozzarella and/or parmesan cheese and bake. I make it for the first time around instead of using leftovers, usually, and I don't usually use spaghetti. I make baked ziti most of the time, but you really can use whatever kind of pasta you have around the house. Cook the pasta, add your favorite sauce, either home-made or jarred. I always put ground beef in this, so brown your ground beef and add to the sauce. Mix it all up well so the pasta is coated. I top with a layer of shredded (not the powdery stuff in a can, fresh shredded) parmesan and then a layer of shredded mozzarella. Bake til the cheese is melty and brown. Dang, I might have to make baked ziti this weekend, that sounds good!:)
Both of these dishes are great for working folks. They travel well for lunch at the office (just pop it in the microwave) and are easy to reheat for quick weeknight dinners. I tend to cook up a batch of a couple of things on the weekend so I have lunches and dinners for both of us for the week.
I have also rediscovered my crock-pot and do crock-pot dinners on weeknights......nice to come home from work and dinner is ready to put on the plates!
Won't Mr. Poophead Retiree Recliner-Bound get in the kitchen and make you a meal or at least pick up takeout or take you out? He won't even put gas in your car and hasn't for many years. He's sick of you as we all are.

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#349 Sep 11, 2013
Tired of Seniors wrote:
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Won't Mr. Poophead Retiree Recliner-Bound get in the kitchen and make you a meal or at least pick up takeout or take you out? He won't even put gas in your car and hasn't for many years. He's sick of you as we all are.
ROFL... you are a hoot Texas! Indeed he is repulsed and sickened by her.

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#350 Sep 11, 2013
Hey I wonder who the new poster is that seems to feel the same way we do.

Location is showing as NC or somewhere like that. wish I could remember... may have to find the posts again.

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#352 Sep 11, 2013
Minute Maid Park wrote:
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I haven't seen a NC poster, but I haven't been looking for one. She must have PM'd her online bodyguard and asked him to escort her to the board again.
there was a poster yesterday who was on the state thread and knows Tavares is not a nurse
Everything is Bigger

Spring, TX

#354 Sep 13, 2013
Monika R wrote:
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Yikes. I haven't used oven cleaner in a hundred years. My oven & its previous incarnation were self-cleaning. But I used to use Easy-Off, which is probably still good.
Can't imagine cleaning an oven in this heat, though. I'd sooner stick needles in my eyes. Gaaa!
Get a Kitchen Aid (or other brand) oven that sits on your counter and is easy to clean. Retire the big oven. Who needs a 13 x 9 x 2 casserole unless you are feeding the military? Eat less. Weigh less.

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#356 Sep 13, 2013
Everything is Bigger wrote:
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Get a Kitchen Aid (or other brand) oven that sits on your counter and is easy to clean. Retire the big oven. Who needs a 13 x 9 x 2 casserole unless you are feeding the military? Eat less. Weigh less.
TexassCowPatty has a microwave that hooks into the cigarette lighter on her ten year old Expedition that she calls "home". Her green-card "spouse" stole it from WalMart.
Jinx

Spring, TX

#359 Mar 8, 2015
Any new recipes? LOL

Tonight, it looks like old Bobby is implicated in a murder in LA that happened 14-15 years ago. Will he finally go to prison and stay? He's in his 70's, so would he get a compassionate release like in the movie "The Judge"?
Siggi

Spring, TX

#360 Mar 9, 2015
tribe mom wrote:
Miracle Soup Recipe
Two Large Onions Chopped
1 Head of Cabbage Chopped
1 Green Pepper Chopped
5-6 Celery Stalks Chopped
2 Large Cans Diced Tomatoes
2 Pkgs Lipton Beefy Onion Soup Mix
Put the chopped vegetables in a pot and pour in tomatoes that have been slightly blended in the blender. Put 4-6 cups water to barely cover the vegetables. Cook for about 10 minutes. Add the Beefy Onion Soup Mix and cook until all vegetables are tender.
I found this on a Weight Loss site my stepdaughter was checking out. It sounds easy and quick.
I don't like any of the ingredients and especially not together. I'd rather starve.
Four Twenty

Spring, TX

#361 Mar 17, 2015
There's always cheetos, M&M's, and any flavor doritos
The Saint

Spring, TX

#362 Mar 18, 2015
Kateyez wrote:
Hey I wonder who the new poster is that seems to feel the same way we do.
Location is showing as NC or somewhere like that. wish I could remember... may have to find the posts again.
Where did all the posters go?
Jane Addiction

Spring, TX

#363 Mar 20, 2015
Joy wrote:
you should start a fat girls club!
Why do you think everyone here is a girl?

“Twofer one”

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Since: Mar 11

isn't always a deal

#364 Mar 20, 2015
The Saint wrote:
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Where did all the posters go?
They're all in your head, arguing.
Truluck

Spring, TX

#365 Saturday Mar 21
I think "they" want more coffee. Time to fire up the Keurig. It could be an all nighter. LOL

I still don't give two sh*ts about the Leech in Florida or the Peter guy in Cali. I'm not sure what other murders the Senior crowd is into these days.

They all avoid Durst. It is funny to watch. You know he is actually their secret, guilty pleasure but wouldn't give me the satisfaction of knowing. Wealth and eccentricity gets people attention, especially those who slip through the LE hands time and again. They should call him "The Fugitive" not "The Jinx"
T-Fal

Spring, TX

#366 Wednesday Mar 25
NO bail for Robert Durst. He will be 72 next and is confined to a place where his mental health issues can be managed.

Someone asked me if the Duggars published a cookbook. I don't know if they included recipes in their books because I have not bought any. I'm am not much on unhealthy foods like they eat to get by on $1,000 a month on groceries.

Now that Jilly Muffin is married to Derick Dillard and has baby Dilly en route any day now, that's one less mouth for Jim Bob to feed. And one more mouth for Derick to feed.

Jessa and Ben got married in November 2015 and rumor has it that there is a baby on the way.

Someone made 34 pans of brownies from scratch for Jessa's wedding.(Trivia)

Well, off to the gym. I tried to think of something ladies would want to read. There seem to be a lot of bored housewives here who have been here for years, maybe decades. They are not even in good enough shape to fire up their T-Fal cookers. What a pity.
Vib_Ram

Spring, TX

#367 Monday Apr 13
SpringTexasDingbat wrote:
One of my husband's ran off with another woman and another one killed himself to get away from me.
I hear there is a Spring Tx poster who posts on the Sex threads. You might want to go stalk that poster (also not me) and then go make some more brussel sprouts. Did you not go vegetarian? How is that going?

Try some broiled chicken breasts that have been marinated in garlic and other spices and some garlic naan bread. So tasty. Round it out with some cucumbers, carrots, tomatoes, onions, dip, and other things like some citrus. Eat Mediterranean. Live longer.
vib_ram

Spring, TX

#368 21 hrs ago
Fathom this wrote:
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It is actually shoulder of pork
Who still eats pork? They are called swine for a reason. Someone commented it is cheap and easy. I found out that the Duggars do not eat pork and follow some Old Testament sexual rules. They seem like they are going in a Jewish direction. Jill named her son, Israel David Duggar Dillard. I am not sure what her husband's religious background is, but I think the kids get married in a Baptist Church. The marriage rituals are foreign to me.
vib_ram

Spring, TX

#369 20 hrs ago
WAS sanka wrote:
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They're all in your head, arguing.
That's approaching funny. Guess I should post as whatever coffee blend I am consuming. Costco's had House Blend and Verona Blend. Sam's only has Pike's Peak. Decisions, decisions.

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