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Old 01-12-2005, 02:21 PM   #1
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im boring and in a cookin mood...

ill start mine off with a dish i could eat anyday..including right now

DORITO HOTDISH
1 bag nacho doritos
16 oz sour cream
12 oz can of chili
1 tomato, cut up
1-2 cups shredded cheese

layer chips on bottom, and then slap on sour cream, pour on chili, dice up tomatos and toss on, and then put the cheese on top..

bake for 10 min at 350F

its super easy, and tastes great...
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1 bag of popcorn + Microwave oven



Honestly I don't really cook, but I have been told I barbeque a mean bird...

First thing in the morning, fill one of them big ZipLoc freezer bags with frozen chicken. Pour in enough of your favorite BBQ Sauce to cover it pretty good. Add some Malt Vinergar to thin it out. "Marinate" all day (or until the chicken thaws) and then barbeque (or bake). For that gooey BBQ feel, brush on undiluted sauce just before cooking.

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1 pack Ramen noodles(any flavor) + 1 can fave brand of chili =

Drain noodles and add can of hot chili
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Rice. add some cups of water... I put in as much as I feel compelled to put in. Boil until all water is gone. Add tobasco sauce, so rice is spicy. Add to chips, with salsa. Voila, dinner.

Perhaps that is too hard? Grab a box of cereal, bowl, spoon, and some milk. Pour cereal, then milk into bowl [be careful not to spill the milk, you'll have to clean it up if you spill it], take spoon, eat, repeat until full. <-- my dinner tonight.


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1 pack Ramen noodles(any flavor) + 1 can fave brand of chili =

Drain noodles and add can of hot chili
dang it when i read the subject i had in mind to write that...
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I've seen the original recipe for this one, it involves lard

This is one passed down from my great grandma...kind-of involved recipe, but it'* SO good.

Sugar Cookies

Ingredients
1 cup margarine
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
3 tablespoons milk, boiled
1 teaspoon baking soda (add to boiled milk)
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon cream of tartar
1 teaspoon vanilla

Directions
Cream butter and sugar, add eggs, milk with baking soda, flour, cream of tartar, and vanilla. Set in refrigirator for at least an hour (I'm impatient, so I skip this part). Roll out and cut into desired shapes (I roll them into balls, roll them in sugar, and just drop em on the cookie sheet). Sprinkle sugar on top. Bake at 350 degrees for about 5-8 minutes. They should be white on top and just beginning to brown around the edges.

Enjoy!

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1 cup of jack and 1 cup of coke makes for a good snack before you cook!!! after about
5 or 6 you will forget what you where cooking!! lol

besides that anything i can cook in the nucular wave in less then 2 minutes!!!!!
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1 pack Ramen noodles(any flavor) + 1 can fave brand of chili =

Drain noodles and add can of hot chili
dang it when i read the subject i had in mind to write that...

Just think....my fiancee thought I was weird for doing that!!!!!!!
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