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Re: The Kitchen
« Reply #90 on: March 09, 2012, 20:15 »
Here  is good sandwich, chaos style, onlymoaning

Screwball Sandwich

Mustard,Mayonnaise,Peanut Butter, Lightly Toasted Bread


Bacon,Cheese,Lettuce


fine cuisine.
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #91 on: March 09, 2012, 20:27 »
    Hey Muchos Gracios, if I manage to find peanut butter, you know it is rare thing here as politician who s not crooke ;D

    Prep Time: 8 minutes

    Cook Time: 8 minutes

    Total Time: 16 minutes

    Ingredients:

    32 oz. thin sliced rib eye or eye roll steak wtf is this???
    6 T soya bean oil
    Cheese (we recommend Cheez Whiz®), but American or Provolone works fine
    4 crusty Italian rolls
    1 large Spanish onion
    Optional: sweet green and red peppers sauteed in oil
    Optional: mushrooms sauteed in oil
    Preparation:

    Heat an iron skillet or a non-stick pan over medium heat. Add 3 tablespoons of oil to the pan and saute the onions to desired doneness. Remove the onions, then add the remaining oil and saute the slices of meat quickly on both sides.

    While the meat is cooking, melt the Cheez Whiz® in a double boiler or in the microwave. Once the meat is done, place 8 oz. of the meat into the rolls. Add onions, and pour the Cheez Whiz® over top. Garnish with hot or fried sweet peppers, mushrooms and ketchup.



    I just do not know what kind of meat must use, beef or??? And that Cheez Whiz is it something similar here?
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #92 on: March 09, 2012, 20:55 »
    Yes thin slice beef.
    Cheez whiz comes in a jar,

     Velveeta would be better

    american kraft singles ok too, none are real cheese


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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #93 on: March 09, 2012, 21:00 »
    Dankeschön Her!
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #94 on: March 09, 2012, 21:30 »
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #95 on: March 09, 2012, 23:58 »
    I am looking forward to each day's installment of Kreb and Oldie's Kitchen!  ;D

    I hate to be the one to break the news but you two are going to kill each other with that 'Cheez Whiz Velveeta' stuff... :) :-*

    OldiebornMoaning there is a tv show here called Iron Chef...do you get that in your country?
    wish you would each post vid clips of yourself preparing these things wildly!

    Guaranteed huge audience   8)
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #96 on: March 10, 2012, 00:00 »
    btw I have seen in the news that people have been getting injured preparing a deep fried turkey, which seems to be a new trend for eating here in our overweight country... :o

    please don't you try @ home.. ;)
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #97 on: March 10, 2012, 03:47 »
    mew4three it's oldtonymoaning's fault I never prepare anything but the healthiest ::)
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #98 on: March 10, 2012, 09:33 »
    mewathefood133, no iron chef here, but naked and master chef. Even some 24kitchen sorry ass Dutch tv show, but what Dutches knows about cooking ;D
    I like that Gordon Hells kitchen, he is one crazy dude, likes when he lead chefs and restaurant owner to commit suicide :D
    I swear to God that I never heard for Cheez Whiz Quiz stuff before, krablikesfatfood recommended me as ultimate food you must try before dead.

    I mean look at his sandwiches, airport security would not let you in plane with this stuff, it is flammable ;D I only cook healthy foody doody.
    Today cheese steak with Cheez Quiz.

    And something for you, easy meal for breakfast

    1,5-2h depends of carp size, just clean and salt fish, add some herbs dry spices.

    Morgen, Morgen...

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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #99 on: March 10, 2012, 09:37 »
    mewathefood133, no iron chef here, but naked and master chef. Even some 24kitchen sorry ass Dutch tv show, but what Dutches knows about cooking ;D
    I like that Gordon Hells kitchen, he is one crazy dude, likes when he lead chefs and restaurant owner to commit suicide :D
    I swear to God that I never heard for Cheez Whiz Quiz stuff before, krablikesfatfood recommended me as ultimate food you must try before dead.
    Jamie Olive-r sausages?

    Had pongal for breakfast. Good food.
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #100 on: March 10, 2012, 19:16 »
    Jamie Olive-r sausages?

    Had pongal for breakfast. Good food.
    Yeah that Jamie 8)
    Wait a minute you are having rice for breakfast? :D
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #101 on: March 10, 2012, 19:30 »
    First time I have prepared Cheese Steak :-X
     Onion rings


    Onion done after 6,7,8 minutes, I add paprika, some say mushrooms but I like them for anything else :D


    I did not manage to cut beef in really tin slices, sharp knife is missing and it should be freeze before, so next time I know what to improve. ;D


    After some time I add some really healthy cheese for toast, saw that on some video cos I did not have cheeze whiz :D When melted it is done.


    Did not found that Italian bread, so something else.



    What I would change, more onion, pepper and cheeze of course.
    After that calorie bomb I did my 3hr ride, no problemos :D
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #102 on: March 10, 2012, 20:02 »
    Ok I am done with cooking for this month.
    Now some mediterrainan kitchen.

    "Škampi na buzaru", or Shrimp stew (but it can not be translated) shrimps but not some sorry ass Atlantic one :D these are expensive and tasty. Last time I eat them mmmmmmmm.

    It is simple and fast.


    1 kg freshly shrimp
    4 cloves of garlic
    abundance of olive oil
    plenty of fresh chopped parsley
    salt and pepper
    1 tablespoon bread crumbs
    1-2 tablespoons tomato paste
    2 dl white wine
    3 dl prosecco if wanted
    You can use red wine also, but do not mix.

    Freshly shrimp wash and put on a little hot oil, salted.
    Add chopped garlic, salt and pepper.
    Pour prosecco if wanted, if not ok.
    The wine dissolve the tomato paste and bread crumbs and pour over shrimp and time. (you can add tomato and wine one after another no big deal, bread crumbs are here just to make sauce sticky or...)
    Add parsley, reduce heat and cover.
    Simmer for twenty minutes, occasionally shaking (not mixed).

    Result
    You see first picture is with red wine, last one is white.


    Real fun is eat that sauce with bread :-X :-X

    Thanks Mr. Google translator.

    kreb you should try it, go easy with wine though ;D
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #103 on: March 10, 2012, 22:29 »
    krebswhatsup and moanface... :)
    excellent photos again...the bread for the cheesesteak looks very good. I find bread in most places is wonderful...

    Ick ! I would not like to watch a naked cooking show   ;D

    Prosecco does sound very good at the moment.  :)

    one of these times I will post some photos   --I don't really like cooking but I do like to eat and appreciate chef's presentation.  just not meat  ;)
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #104 on: March 10, 2012, 22:52 »
    Here  is good sandwich, chaos style, onlymoaning

    Screwball Sandwich

    Mustard,Mayonnaise,Peanut Butter, Lightly Toasted Bread


    Bacon,Cheese,Lettuce


    fine cuisine.
    you forgot the chips and kosher dill pickle slices. just sayin' ;D
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #105 on: March 12, 2012, 23:03 »
    Mesquite Grilled Chicken
    Bought this off the street. About $7
    one cut up chicken


    grilled jalapenos, salsa



    and a combo cole slaw/macaroni salad.
    It was really good. I will go back again.


    Fresh pineapple for dessert.
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  • « Last Edit: November 03, 2012, 03:38 by krebs303 »

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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #106 on: March 15, 2012, 22:05 »
    Hey dudes check this site http://forevercheese.com/, just saw on tv that they gonna import sheep cheese from here in states, Paški sir is what you should looking for.
    It comes from island of Pag which look likes moon ::) only rocks there, so sheep are eating that tiny grass covered with salt, that is why that cheese is so flipping tasty and strong. It is expensive from 20-25 euros for kg.
    Only about 350 tons were produced per year, and that company has been buying some 5 tons.
    Try if having chance.






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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #107 on: March 15, 2012, 23:38 »
    It takes 6 sheep at least to produce one wheel of cheese! No wonder it is $$$.
    There is a good business if you can find similar land and buy some sheep!  ;D

    Interesting site MoanTone . thnx! :) :-*
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #108 on: March 16, 2012, 12:39 »
    It takes 6 sheep at least to produce one wheel of cheese! No wonder it is $$$.
    There is a good business if you can find similar land and buy some sheep!  ;D

    Interesting site MoanTone . thnx! :) :-*
    Well I think it takes about 6-7 l of milk for 1 kg cheese.
    mewtew23, I am sending you first 56kg of that cheese by plane tomorrow, it is on your own to explain US customs about it.
    Tony :fp
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #109 on: March 18, 2012, 14:50 »
    Easy Chicken Enchiladas

    No skills required

    Frozen from the market


    A can of enchilada sauce, chopped onion and olives grated cheese. pop in microwave


    look out kitchen window about 10 min



    lightly browned rice in oil,onion,garlic. cook with chicken stock.
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #110 on: March 18, 2012, 18:14 »
    krebs , except for the chicken --yum!
    I like the part about looking out the window.   I don't have an ocean to look at though...mountains will have to do.  ...and today trees blowing sideways by my window @ 60mph.  (supposed to be windy as he**)  ;D  >:( 

    when is the next installment of live feed ?? be sure and send out a shout here and tweet so we can all pull up our chairs and glasses  :)
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #111 on: March 19, 2012, 01:24 »
    Plastic wrap in the microwave?  ???
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #112 on: March 19, 2012, 15:24 »
    Oh my! we start 1 hour into the process. no sound first hour so I cut it. may be better. sounds like Ive had a few shots.



    Still no embedding for Ustream.
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #113 on: March 19, 2012, 16:06 »
    Spicy Nog

    4 x bananas
    2 x vanilla pods - or - 2 tbsp of vanilla essence
    2 x medium-sized avocados
    1 tbsp nutmeg
    1 tbsp powdered ginger
    1 litre Bio yoghurt
    Top up rice milk
    Blend and chill for at least 60 mins.

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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #114 on: March 23, 2012, 23:24 »
    Chicken Breast,Baked Potato,Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage,and Roasted Onion
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #115 on: March 23, 2012, 23:56 »
    Oh my! we start 1 hour into the process. no sound first hour so I cut it. may be better. sounds like Ive had a few shots.



    Still no embedding for Ustream.

    hehe  like it
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #116 on: March 24, 2012, 02:00 »
    Butter Pecan Ice Cream, Bananas, Strawberries, Chocolate Syrup.
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #117 on: March 24, 2012, 18:54 »
    Plastic wrap in the microwave?  ???

    What should I know about microwaving with plastic wrap?
    Plastic wrap, placed loosely over bowls or dishes during reheating, can help retain moisture to allow foods to cook more evenly and thoroughly and prevent splattering. As with any plastic packaging, it’s best to use plastic wrap that is labeled for microwave use or includes microwave cooking instructions. Because microwaves heat foods more quickly than plastic, most manufacturers recommend leaving at least an inch between the food and the wrap covering the dish. This is to prevent the plastic wrap from melting, which could result from contact with extremely hot foods.

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    Is it okay to use plastic wrap with high-fat foods in the microwave?
    Yes, it is okay to use plastic wrap with high-fat foods in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Plastic wrap is not heated by microwave energy, but it can be heated by contact with hot foods. Normally, foods in a microwave oven do not become hot enough to bring the wrap to its melting point. However, because certain foods with high fat content (such as butter) can become very hot in a microwave oven, most manufacturers recommend leaving an inch of air space between the food and the wrap or turning back a corner for ventilation. The instructions on various plastic wraps may vary, so again, it’s always a good idea to check the label.
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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #118 on: March 24, 2012, 19:36 »
    I found some vegan recipes that look terrific. I'll post a few that I know I would enjoy. I know we have a few non carnivores in the group.



    Paul Bertolli's Cauliflower Soup

    Serves 8

    3 tablespoons olive oil

    1 medium onion (6 ounces), sliced thin

    1 head very fresh cauliflower (about 1-1/2 pounds), broken into florets

    Salt, to taste

    5 1/2 cups water, divided

    Extra virgin olive oil, to taste

    Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

        Warm the olive oil in a heavy-bottomed pan. Sweat the onion in the olive oil over low heat without letting it brown for 15 minutes.

        Add the cauliflower, salt to taste, and 1/2 cup water. Raise the heat slightly, cover the pot tightly and stew the cauliflower for 15 to 18 minutes, or until tender. Then add another 4 1/2 cups hot water, bring to a low simmer and cook an additional 20 minutes uncovered.

        Working in batches, purée the soup in a blender to a very smooth, creamy consistency. Let the soup stand for 20 minutes. In this time it will thicken slightly.

        Thin the soup with 1/2 cup hot water. Reheat the soup. Serve hot, drizzled with a thin stream of extra-virgin olive oil and freshly ground black pepper.


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    Re: The Kitchen
    « Reply #119 on: March 24, 2012, 19:39 »


    Serves 8 as a party snack

    4 ounces dried figs

    1/2 cup Kalamata olives

    1/2 cup green olives, pimiento-stuffed

    2-3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

    1 teaspoon minced fresh rosemary

    1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

        Mince figs and olives finely (or, if prefer a finer texture, pulse a few times in the food processor).

        Add rosemary, balsamic vinegar and olive oil and mix (or process). You may need to add a little more olive oil to get to the texture/consistency you want.

        Serve as a dip or spread with crostini and crackers. I like to serve it alongside goat cheese.
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