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Old 01-11-2012, 10:58:34 AM   #16
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dinner at your place?

bring some good wine for dinner and beer for after!
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:09:35 AM   #17
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My wife cooks on the weekdays. On the weekend I always make breakfast and occasionally dinners. Homemade hash browns, bacon, sausage, eggs of all varieties including omelets, biscuits and gravy etc. For dinner I can make pizza with homemade dough and anything on a grill. After three previous failed attempts I recently got pretty good at making fried chicken (11 herbs and spices included ). I cooked my wife Alaskan King Crab legs, homemade french fries, and a couple ribeyes for our anniversary last week. It was her first time having crab and she loves it.

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Crock pot, 2.5-3lbs pork roast or pork tenderloin, 1 bottle of Stubbs BBQ sauce, cook for 6-8hrs makes some really good pulled pork.
I also do this. One of my favorites since it is so easy. I pour a 20 oz. bottle of root beer in before cooking and drain it after. KC Masterpiece is added after its drained and cooked... will have to try Stubbs soon.
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:11:26 AM   #18
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bring some good wine for dinner and beer for after!

never mix the grain and the grape.. it'll hurt ya bad..lol
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Old 01-11-2012, 12:02:42 PM   #19
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never mix the grain and the grape.. it'll hurt ya bad..lol

The 1 glass of wine is for dinner, beers dont matter afterward cause I am usually stuffed and cant get but 2-3 down, if I am lucky!
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Old 01-12-2012, 02:26:09 PM   #20
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Just curious what you guys cook when its your turn to cook for the wife and kids.. Something that is pretty quick and easy..
I can cook on the grill pretty good but I am looking to see what I can learn in the kitchen from you guys..
One thing I cook that takes about 45 mins is.

I take Chicken Breast and put them in a pan and cover the 3/4's of the way with Zesty Italian Salad Dressing I also cut up potatoes and Carrots and put them in the pan with the dressing.
I cover it with foil and cook on 345 degrees for about 45 mins.. Basically a full meal and its easy.. Chicken and Potatoes and Carrots have a nice italian dressing taste.. This was the 1st meal that I cooked for my wife when we were dating.. She actually thought I could actually cook something other than ramen noodles and sandwiches and or soup..
Anyway... Just looking for ideas from you guys so I can help my wife out a little bit from time to time.. We have a pretty full schedule with all the kids playing sports and all.

Thanks for the ideas !!

im going to try this one tonight..........i love nice and simple recipes.....this might sound stupid but should i use the boneless/skinless chicken breast?
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Old 01-12-2012, 03:29:02 PM   #21
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im going to try this one tonight..........i love nice and simple recipes.....this might sound stupid but should i use the boneless/skinless chicken breast?


I use boneless skinless when I make a similar recipe.
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Old 01-12-2012, 09:02:48 PM   #22
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Boneless is what I use.. No skin..

Let me know what you think.. You could probably let it sit covered in the icebox for a complete day and it would probably be even better.

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Boneless is what I use.. No skin..

Let me know what you think.. You could probably let it sit covered in the icebox for a complete day and it would probably be even better.

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it was awsome took a lil longer to cook the potatoes 1.5 hours i dont think the oven in this house works right though lol........definitely going to make it again
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Old 01-13-2012, 01:00:38 AM   #24
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I cook dead stuff... sometimes it tastes good... sometimes the dog won't even look at it... sometimes the dog laughs.
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Made whole roasted chicken tonight, so easy a kid could make it.

http://food.chatelaine.com/recipes/v...-roast-chicken
Just make something else with it like salad and maybe rice or potatoes.
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I browned up some deer sausage my dad made, big skillet of sawmill gravy with the sausage dripping and a lil extra lard,and a big ole mess of cathead biscuits for dinner tonite.
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I browned up some deer sausage my dad made, big skillet of sawmill gravy with the sausage dripping and a lil extra lard,and a big ole mess of cathead biscuits for dinner tonite.

dang!! that sounds as good as the deer chili I made yesterday
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My GF can cook basic stuff, but if I want something out-of-the-ordinary, I'm cooking, and I chose the meal. Fish at least twice a week, and the same for Italian.

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Big fan of Stubbs. Their Wicked Wing Sauces and Moppin' Sauce are good too.
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