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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 month ago #9955

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I make a chicken stew every year on the day after the contest and get ragged by everyone who tastes it. Noone can understand why I don't enter and win the contest. I must say, I always get a bowl of the winning stews and they don't even come close to mine. In my humble opinion. ;)
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 month ago #9973

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Sammie wrote:
I make a chicken stew every year on the day after the contest and get ragged by everyone who tastes it. Noone can understand why I don't enter and win the contest. I must say, I always get a bowl of the winning stews and they don't even come close to mine. In my humble opinion. ;)

Then send the recipe to me for the charity cookbook. I'll bet parrotheads all over the country will love it!
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 month ago #9993

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What a compliment, Sammie. I can't say my stew is contest worthy, but it's good to me. Lots of veges and lots of chunky chicken. I'm not much on shredded chicken n my stews.
I've been told my lasagne is better than you can get anywhere else.
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 month ago #10044

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AJ, I am going to send you a beef and vegetable soup recipe. It may not be as scrumptious as sammie's stew, but it is pretty darn good.
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 month ago #10080

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momof3 wrote:
AJ, I am going to send you a beef and vegetable soup recipe. It may not be as scrumptious as sammie's stew, but it is pretty darn good.

Got it today, Mo3. Sounds delicious ... and the proceeds from the sale of the cookbook are going toward a worthy cause. Thanks so much for helping out.
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 month ago #10118

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if you are interested in diabetic recipes i have some of those that are good as well. My nephew was diagnosed with type 1 and I use him as a test taster! ha ha, but he enjoys it!
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 3 weeks ago #10300

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Made Chicken Piccata for the first time last night, It was devine.
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10522

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Sammie: Time's running out for you to get a recipe into the charity cookbook ... sure hope you will submit something! ;)
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10592

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Thanks for the recipe, Sammie. It sounds delicious. I'm going to have people over next weekend, and I think we'll be having some of these for our appetizers. B)
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10597

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Thanks for the recipe, Sammie. It sounds delicious. I'm going to have people over next weekend, and I think we'll be having some of these for our appetizers.

Very tastey served with Dos Equis (green) ;)
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10612

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ArtsJunkie wrote:
Thanks for the recipe, Sammie. It sounds delicious. I'm going to have people over next weekend, and I think we'll be having some of these for our appetizers. B)

Now I'm curious.
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10613

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anon wrote:
ArtsJunkie wrote:
Thanks for the recipe, Sammie. It sounds delicious. I'm going to have people over next weekend, and I think we'll be having some of these for our appetizers. B)

Now I'm curious.

Curiousity killed the cat....Run Sammie run! :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10616

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Maybe Sammie will share with the class. :silly:
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10617

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AJ, I have had a lot of compliments on these appetizers. Hope you enjoy.



Ingredients
2 pounds bottom round roast, cut into 1/8 inch thick slices
salt and pepper to taste
2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, sliced
15 fresh hot chile peppers, seeded
2 pounds bacon, sliced

DIRECTIONS
To Grill: Preheat grill to medium low heat. To Roast: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Spread out beef slices and season with salt and pepper to taste. Put a slice of cream cheese and a hot pepper on the end of each slice, and roll up like an eggroll. Wrap 1 strip of bacon lengthwise around each steak, then wrap a second bacon strip around so that the first slice is secured. Secure wrap with toothpicks and place in disposable pans for grilling, or a 9x13 inch baking dish for roasting.
Cook wrap on grill or in oven long enough for beef to be cooked through and bacon to be somewhat crispy (20 to 30 minutes).



This is also very good with chicken slices or browned sausage (mixed with the creme cheese).
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Re:What's cooking at your house?? 5 years 1 week ago #10618

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We are still wiating. Don't be holding out on us.
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