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FEBRUARY 2014: What's Cooking In The KITCHEN?

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Barbara101

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yes I bake them. I also bake meatballs.I bake french frys.I bake onion rings.I very seldom deep fry or pan fry much.From being burned by the bacon grease I may bake my bacon from now on.. Laughing 

bethk

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Barbara101 wrote:yes I bake them. I also bake meatballs.I bake french frys.I bake onion rings.I very seldom deep fry or pan fry much.From being burned by the bacon grease I may bake  my bacon from now on.. Laughing 

I just KNEW it was you, Barb, who did those baked wontons.

I cannot find your post when you showed off with 'em ~ lol. Could you put your pics back up?

Please?

bethk

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I've been simmering a pot of Jimmy's Greek Style Coney Island Hot Dog Sauce all afternoon.  One thing he did not mention but I WILL.....us a spatter screen on your pan.  That stuff spits tomato grease all over your stove if you don't.  JMO.  I so dislike when I have to use Formula 409 all over my stove while I'm cooking.  I don't mind at the end of the cooking day, but to have to do it because I'm so anal about that stuff being spattered all over....what can I say?  lol

Barbara101

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Could you put your pics back up?


They be gone to cyber space  Crying or Very sad lost all pics that where in file when both laptop & desktop went poof.

I made some today.I will post later.

bethk

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Barbara101 wrote:
I made some today.I will post later.

What a woman !!!

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Hot dogs & beans with Jimmy's INFAMOUS Greek Style Coney Island Sauce:

Barbara101

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Hot dogs look great.  

UNCLE JIMMY

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Imelda HL wrote:"sneak preview" for my dinner with my in-laws.. I made pressed potatoes ( I'm going to roast them in high heat for 5 to 10 minutes before serving them )..



and those are cream cheese wontons.. I copied the recipe from Pioneer Woman's Blog.. they were good, but they are hard to fry... the cream cheese was easily leaked and messed up the oil



for now I'm still looking for what to put on my Brussels sprouts.. I'm going to roast them

It all looks so good Imelda. The wontons with cream cheese filling, is the cream cheese mixed with egg? The egg sometimes holds the cheese together.

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:
Barbara101 wrote:
I made some today.I will post later.

What a woman !!!

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Hot dogs & beans with Jimmy's INFAMOUS Greek Style Coney Island Sauce:


I'm ready for some!! I do the same thing when I build the hot dogs. Provide enough spillage. The trick is No Fork to pick it up. It's all fingers, and nothing But Fingers!  lol! 

UNCLE JIMMY

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Had a few slices of kielbasi for supper. Cole Slaw, and rye bread.
Tina came back from PA with a load of food. Kielbasi, Pork Ribs, Ground Round, Hot and Sweet Italian sausage, and cheeses.

She brought me back my favorite Jelly Rolls / Krispy Kreme Glazed Doughnuts / Raisin Squares / and Pumkin Pie that she and my cousin made after the shopping spree.
Now I need a cup of coffee, and a couple glazed doughnuts to put me to sleep.
It's cold as ice out. 10º now, and going down to -(minus) 5º. Yow! I hear the house cracking as it shrinks from the cold wind that is blowing. Guaranteed to gain 5 lbs over the weekend.








Imelda HL

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Hot dogs and spaghetti look good    I'm going to make some fried noodles using spaghetti noodles for my MIL's birthday next week, for sure I'm going to make it colorful like that

Uncle Jimmy... sweet goodies.. yummy

Did somebody here mention Tomato soup or I read it somewhere else  Question  anyway.. I got the idea, I cooked tomato soup today.. adding bunch of good stuffs and veggies



lots of good stuffs in this bowl     lol! 

bacon bits, Italian sausage, Hot links


bethk

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You certainly did fill your bowl with a ton of good stuff! I'm thinkin' we should be eating more soups. Doc told Dane he needs to readjust his eating....but I have to go slow or there will be a mutiny in Lady Lake and he'll just eat the same old / same old. That, and I have to go to the grocery store and Farmers' Market to stock up on more vegetables & fruits.

Barbara101

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Meatless stuffed peppers


UNCLE JIMMY

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Barbara101 wrote:


Meatless stuffed peppers



OK Barb!! Where's the Green ones??... I love the Green peppers, but they don't love me! (*BiurP)... They are good going down though! Looks good !!!

UNCLE JIMMY

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OK... It's the 1rst of March, but this was yesterday's production for the gullet.

I made a nice Tomato / Cheese / and Layered with Deli Onions /, and topped with romaine lettuce, on a nice Hard Roll. ( Kaiser Roll ).

> Deli- onions > Onion sliced thinly / water and 2 Tbs Vinegar / sugar 1/2 tsp. / salt (pinch) let it set for 3 hours and Ummmmm!!






Tonight, I just finished making a Shrimp and lobster Salad for making Lobster Rolls Tomorrow.


Also whipped up a Shackshooka ( Tomato / Onion / Cheese / eggs / salt & pepper / onion powder/, for Tina for tomorrow!   

Barbara101

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The green ones   I found out ,you can freeze them.The other week Publix had the bag of 8 on sale.It had 4 green ones lol so I sliced them stuck them in bag,in the freezer they went.When I made my minestrone, I needed green pepper, I just broke off what I needed from the clump.They worked out great & still had some bite. So when I made spanish rice, I used some more. I still have some left.also yrs & yrs & yrs (that means a long time ago lol) I had a farmer who brought me eggs.Then in the summer fresh farm produce. OH Man ...peppers,tomatoes,corn,squash. green beans..   .. I got bushel baskets of it. cheap cheap.I froze it all.

Last week they had lobster on sale, I bought 2. They are small but perfect for soup or salad..I plan on making lobster rolls too  

Your sandwich looks   

Barbara101

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Imelda your soup looks fantastic..  

342 Re: FEBRUARY 2014: What's Cooking In The KITCHEN? on Sat Mar 01, 2014 10:00 am

bethk

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Jimmy ~ looks like you are on a "cooking rant".....that being a HUGE cooking day when you make a ton of wonderful things just to make the rest of us drool!

Wonderful.

I've got one lonely lobster tail in the freezer....wonder if it's enough for a couple small lobster rolls? (bet if I give him a pile of chips alongside it would be fine)

343 Re: FEBRUARY 2014: What's Cooking In The KITCHEN? on Sat Mar 01, 2014 12:20 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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Barbara101 wrote:The green ones   I found out ,you can freeze them.The other week Publix had the bag of 8 on sale.It had 4 green ones lol so I sliced them stuck them in bag,in the freezer they went.When I made my minestrone, I needed green pepper, I just broke off what I needed from the clump.They worked out great & still had some bite. So when I made spanish rice, I used some more. I still have some left.also yrs & yrs & yrs (that means a long time ago lol) I had a farmer who brought me eggs.Then in the summer  fresh farm produce. OH Man   ...peppers,tomatoes,corn,squash. green beans..   .. I got bushel baskets of it. cheap cheap.I froze it all.

Last week they had lobster on sale, I bought 2. They are small but perfect for soup or salad..I plan on making lobster rolls too  

Your sandwich looks    

Thanks Barb! BTW... Tina doesn't like the green peppers either.
She said they are Toooooo Strong.
Short Story here:
Friend of mine ( Joe ) his uncle had a large farm in South Jersey, and he grew peppers ( 1950"s ) . Joe told me that any red or yellow peppers were actually tilled into the ground because people thought they were no good, and or didn't bring in the money that the Green Ones Did. The bell peppers that is!
They didn't have the pungent flavor that the green ones did.

344 Re: FEBRUARY 2014: What's Cooking In The KITCHEN? on Sat Mar 01, 2014 12:38 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:Jimmy ~ looks like you are on a "cooking rant".....that being a HUGE cooking day when you make a ton of wonderful things just to make the rest of us drool!

Wonderful.

I've got one lonely lobster tail in the freezer....wonder if it's enough for a couple small lobster rolls?  (bet if I give him a pile of chips alongside it would be fine)

Beth! I call them Lobster rolls...but the flesh of the seafood is shrimp, and that fake lobster (Hake fish or Skate fish etc.)

I call it a "Poor Mans Lobster Roll" haaaaaaa!

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