I love to eat and love to make food to eat.
My friend's husband was diagnosed with celiac's. It is men too, I think though that they dont want to give up all the yummy breads and foods.
I love mine~ It is really awesome when doing a fondue type. Makes the cheese super smooth and delish.
The ones I cannot live without are onion powder, garlic powder, dill, S&P, cumin and dried mustard. YUM.
I love Grape Nuts heated with milk and just a little bit of honey. That's what I grew up on instead of oatmeal.
My husband is a loud eater...i.e. really voices his opinion on how good/bad the food tastes. I know I've done a good job when there are Mmmm sounds and a little less conversation because we are busy eating. :)
I get the sausage egg biscuit and add cheese. Gonna have to try this. Good idea for a greasy hangover cure!
The processor will grind beef for us too, which is nice. Any favorite blends?
There are 6 of us. We plan on just kinda looking at who wants what, then being fair about it. No use in getting into a tiff over a cow...or is it?
Thank you thank you!!!
My top priority was good knives, but I am still learning how to use them well. My fiance' graduated from culinary school and is still working with me on those skills!
This is the best. SE readers really know their stuff!
Kraft Mac N Cheese - SHAPES!!!
Cheese sandwiches w/ mayo.
Mini hot browns (bruschetta type). YUM.
Pass spanikopita, do a play on breakfast sausage meatballs...
I love some shrimp tacos!
My summertime drink is vodka, sprite with a splash of cranberry and an orange. I promise you won't be disappointed! And Sundays in KY, they don't serve until 1, so that is usually my starting point on the weekends if I'm having an early night.
$260 dollars for 2, four course fondue with wine. Mmmm.
I love my butcher block and knife set. ~sigh~
Worked at PF Changs - Wok Seared Lamb was usually served on lettuce. I subbed double pan fried noodles underneath and used a little bit of the extra lamb sauce. OHMYGOD so good.
Another there was Mongolian Beef - get shrimp and scallops instead and add white mushrooms.
They make you anything you ask for there.
Chili only when it's "chilly" out.
I am 25, about to be married to a culinary school graduate! We love to go out to eat, and I am slowly but surely learning how to cook. It's gonna take a bit, but I love doing it so much and getting the satisfaction of making a finished product that tastes delicious!!
This thread is great!
Wahhh! I loved learning so much from that show. I do own some of the DVDs and they are AWESOME!
Cannot wait for the Trader Joe's to come to my town! Before you know it, I'll be back telling stories about my good eats!
@korovka - Those Frontera sauces look yummy. I too, like that you can see the actual ingredients at the bottom of the package.
Thanks - I figured some people would find no interest in me asking about pre-boxed meals, but this is very helpful.
I really do try to cook on special days, when I can get fresh ingredients, etc. But being realistic, somedays, these type of things work best when I want to get it done and be able to watch my favorite shows.