What kinds of food do you like to fix at home?

by Iamallcool 27 Replies latest jw friends

  • 00DAD

    I have a broad and diverse repertoire of recipes from which I draw.

    This morning was a breakfast Frittata, last night we had Portobello Mushroom burgers.

    I generally cook whatever I'm in the mood to eat!


  • RubaDub

    Tonite, salmon filet on the BBQ (indirect heat with some hickory chips to add a bit of smokey flavor). Some grilled asparagas, broccoli, zucchini, cauliflour and/or whatever veggies we have on hand. Plus a nice salad (tonite, romaine with escarole with some fresh herbs, some toasted sesame seeds, greek olives, balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil).

    A few slices of lime on each plate and either a bottle of Pinor Grigio or a few bottles of Fosters Lager.

    Yes, there is a heaven.

    Rub a Dub

  • moshe

    Not too many people know about this yummy breakfast treat- Rice cakes with butter and syrup

    2 eggs scrambled , add 1.5 cups of cooked rice and stir well-

    spoon into 3 or 4 patties and cook in a pan or griddle until lightly browned, flip and brown the other side-

    Finaly, serve with butter and your favorite syrup- For a really hearty breakfast add some cooked & crumbled bacon or sausage to the batter.

  • Glander

    Looks tasty good, Moshe!

    Are getting hit by the storm? Hope your high and dry.

    If you can't stay dry, get high.

  • cofty

    Tonight I bought a chicken and jointed it. I cooked the breasts in a pan with white wine and tarragon (and drank the rest of the wine) and served with minted new potatoes and french beans.

    I made a marinade for the thighs, drumsticks and wings. They are in the fridge for tomorrow.

  • talesin

    I like to fix sweet'n'sour pork ribs, too. Posted the recipe on another thread. It's soooo easy!

    1-2 lb. pork ribs (or riblets) 2 c. water 1/2 c. brown sugar 1/4 c. vinegar 1/4 c ketchup 1 T soya sauce Cut the rack of ribs into serving-size portions (one or two ribs per portion), and trim off visible fat. Combine all ingredients in a large pot. Bring to the boil, lower heat and simmer for about 1 1/2 hours, or until the meat is falling off the bones.


  • talesin

    Moshe, that looks tasty! Wish I could eat rice, etc.

    Why don't you post a recipe for Matzo Brei, it's soooo tasty and easy.


  • sherry123

    In a crockpot put

    Some bonless chicken breasts

    1 brick of cream cheese

    1 jar of salsa

    1 can of drained black beans

    Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours and serve over rice or noodles

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