3/4 cup peanut butter
1 cup chocolate chips
1/4 cup butter
8 cups Crispix cereal
2 cups powdered sugar
Melt the peanut butter, chocolate chips, and butter together. Pour over the cereal in a large kettle or bowl and stir well. (Be careful not to crush the cereal!) Pour the powdered sugar into a large ziploc bag and add the cereal. Seal the bag and shake well to coat evenly. Serve in a bowl of your choosing, but I think you know the appropriate ones.
It's really QUITE good!
Current Music: Meat Loaf - Paradise by the Dashboard Light
Sep. 9th, 2005 @ 09:57 am
Here's my initial entry into the College Iron Chef board. Hoping it works out fine.
First, Stuffed Chicken Breasts.( Starting off a little fancy.Collapse )
Next: Pop Johnson's Pepper Gravy 'n Beef.( Mmm, nummy. Comfort food at its best.Collapse )
Here's this week's theme ingredients...
Instructions and rules inside...( Read more...Collapse )
It's an animated cooking show starring an octopus named "Tako" (I see samiitiger
giggling already). It hasn't changed much in a while, and the 9 or so shows up there are the same as they were a year and change ago, but as a resource for food, it's incredibly detailed. It looks silly, but the recipies and explanations of how food cooks is REALLY worth the price of admission. Which is free. But that's another thing.
Hey, it got me to like my steaks medium rare!
So take some time and check it out. If nothing else you'll learn what a "Capon" really is....
Here's a dish I just cooked up last night. It's really easy and very filling!
3 lbs potatoes, sliced 1/4 inch thick
1 lb bulk pork sausage
8 oz shredded cheddar cheese
1 medium onion, chopped
Cook potatoes. Meanwhile, crumble sausage in skillet; add onion. Cook until sausage is no longer pink. Place potatoes in a 9x13x2 baking dish so they are about even. (you can drizzle on butter at this point, I didn't.) Add the sausage and then the cheese. Mix it around so cheese gets down on potatoes. Bake on 350 until cheese is melted.
|» Ramen / Coke|
Ok, I'll be the first to admit I'm not a specialist in the kitchen. MY idea of good food is opening the bag of Doritos without spilling any. Plus I'm WAY removed out of college. But one of the things I do, in fact, remember is limitations. Oh, we could cook! As long as it was with boiled water only. Which brings me to the topic-du-jour. Our dorms wouldn't allow us to have microwaves in our rooms, so my best friend on many nights was the "cup-o-noodles" ramen.|
You say "Ramen" to a lot of people, and they shudder uncontrollably. Not that I can blame them, it's like food you eat when you're desperate for money. But let me tell you, even RAMEN can be quite good, if you do it right.
( So let's get SPICY!!!!Collapse )
And if all else fails, I'll write up an FAQ on how to steal the caff food without raising suspicion. Not that I'd advocate that or anything, and not like we had 3-4 containers of dry cereal in our dorm room and enough milk to have weekend brunches. Nope, not this furry little creature. Not I.
|» Tiger's Strength|
4 large eggs
Shredded Cheese (any type you like)
1 oz. Hickory Farms Summer Sausage
Canola oil spray
1. Spray on a layer of canola oil, then set the pan on the stove, turning the setting to medium heat.
2. Place the Hawaiian bread in the oven at 300 degrees to toast.
3. Crack all four of the eggs in the frying pan after it has warmed up. Use the fork to scramble the eggs.
4. After the eggs are scrambled in the pan, allow them to cook for a few minutes, stirring as needed to prevent sticking.
5. Take the piece of summer sausage and cut it into small cubes.
6. By now, the eggs should be scrambled well. Add the sausage cubes to the eggs and heat for a few moments to heat the meat up.
7. Transfer eggs and meat to a plate, making sure to put them on one side.
8. Sprinkle cheese over the egg mixture, then place in the microwave on HIGH for 1:30 to melt the cheese.
9. Take the Hawaiian bread out of the oven and cut a piece to your liking.
10. After the eggs, meat, and cheese are done, remove, place the bread on the plate, and dig in.
|» Sweet & Spicy Chili Cheese Nachos|
Sweet & Spicy Chili Cheese Nachos|
1 Can of Chili with Beans
3 Tbs. Garlic Powder
3 Tbs. Onion Powder
2 Tbs. Mexican Extra Hot Hot Sauce
9 Tbs. Sugar
4 Slices American Cheese
Unsalted Tortilla Chips
Fix up the chili while melting the cheese on the tortilla chips in the microwave for 45 seconds on HIGH. After the cheese is melted and the chili is hot, pour chili on nachos, garnish with sour cream, and enjoy.
Note: I normally don't use measurements, but I do do things to taste. This is an approximation of how much of what spice went into the base chili.
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Here's this week's theme ingredients...|
mac and cheese
Instructions and rules inside...( Read more...Collapse )
|» I am Pepper|
Can i be Pepper Chef Pepper. I love pepper. HEHEHEHEHEHEHEHE|
OK and time for my first one. Oh yeah
The breakfast egg sandwhich.
need a microwave, a mesurning cup, and if possible a toaster and a mixing whisk.
Need 2-3 eggs (2 for light meal)
cheese (grated best, but ok to cut)
a bit of milk or water to mix in with eggs
butter or margine
and of course PEPPER!
First spay measuring cup with pan or other non stick stuff then crack eggs and put into measurning cup. (better to crack an egg on a tabel then the edge of a cup to avoid egg shell chips getting into cup) slightly mix together then put in a bit of milk or water (milk makes it taste better) then though in some cheese, if using sliced packaged cheese use 1 slice for each egg. so 2 slices for 2 eggs and 3 slices for 3 eggs. mix it all together in the measuring cup. then through in some butter and mix(if you want put in some pepper now). put into microwave for about 4 min. After 3 min have gone by check it, if the bottom of cup is still liquady mix it to cook evenly. then continue cooking. If still not cooked, put in again for a few more min. And the eggs like to get really big when you nuke them.
If you can toast the bagel and butter it if you want, but it better be cut in half to sandwhich it. then put the egg onto the bagel then add pepper if you want (And you better becasue I say so) and sandwhich it.
and enjoy. Great with juice.