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June 10th, 2012 #14
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-Chili powder, cumin, lemon/lime juice
-natural peanut butter, coconut milk, sugar, salt, other ingredients vary (curry, chili, other spices)
Italian (red and white sauce):
-parsley, tomato paste, garlic, Italian seasoning, salt
-blonde roux (flower and a fat, butter, cooked lightly), garlic, white onions, half-n-half, whole milk, grated parmesan
-bring chicken bones or meat to a simmer in some water, add what's called a mirepiox which is carrots, onions, and celery. you can also add some herbs and salt/pepper. this works with beef too
-carrots, onions, green bell peppers, cayenne pepper, salt, black pepper, bay leaf or parsley, corn or squash,
New England Bake:
-old bay seasoning, corn, potatoes, onions
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June 10th, 2012 #16
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June 10th, 2012 #18
Dammit. I already have anemia AND a heart murmur, which I can't do anything about. It's best to avoid anything else that I can prevent. Bah...
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June 10th, 2012 #20
Broth freezes really well and regular asian noodles are just as fast to cook as ramen noodles. Pork bones are really cheap and make great broth with some ginger, garlic, onion and dried mushrooms. Make a big batch of broth once a month and freeze it in one-serving containers and you can have almost-authentic homemade ramen soup whenever you want.
Same with mee goreng or nasi goreng. Fry up some rice or noodles with sweet soy sauce, shrimp paste, chili sauce, an egg or two and whatever vegetable or meat leftovers you've got. Do it once on Sunday and you won't have to cook again until Thursday night.
June 10th, 2012 #21
Chicken curry for the win.
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Hey students, arnt those self-serve checkout things in supermarkets annoying? they make mistakes ALL THE TIME!!
on an unrelated topic i heard a can of beans weighs the same as a tasty Tesco finest meal and costs 27p.
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