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what's for dinner? - Lady Cop - 05-20-2012

i made a pineapple upside-down cake last night. which some night creatures have already been into.
and i put chicken & yellow rice in the crock pot at 0600. lazy Sunday dinner.

what about you? what's cooking?[Image: cook.gif]


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it looks like this, with lots of dark brown sugar

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i always use this rice. very flavorful & i add garlic & onions

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RE: what's for dinner? - IMaDick - 05-20-2012

Tonight,Chicken green chili enchiladas.


RE: what's for dinner? - ramseycat - 05-20-2012

What's your recipe for chicken and yellow rice LC? That looks GOOD!


RE: what's for dinner? - Barbara - 05-20-2012

Dirty rice and my hubby's wonderful guacamole. He is from Peru and I just love his cooking Smiley_emoticons_smile


RE: what's for dinner? - Barbara - 05-20-2012

Lady Cop, I just LOVE pineapple upside-down cake Smiley_emoticons_smile My Grannie would always make it in a cast iron skillet. Love the yellow rice and chicken too. My husbands Mother would make this delicious dish called, Arroz con pollo (not sure if I spelled that correct) it had yellow rice, chicken, tomato's and peas in it.


RE: what's for dinner? - HairOfTheDog - 05-20-2012

Barbecued New York steak, corn on the cob, and garlic spinach.


RE: what's for dinner? - Lady Cop - 05-20-2012

Barbara: Arroz con pollo


haha that's exactly what i make, but w/o the peas.

Ramsey, it's so easy! i just put everything in the crock. you need to keep an eye on it so rice comes out perfect, be sure there's enough liquid. i don't really use a recipe, but google arroz con pollo. Smiley_emoticons_smile

first, catch chicken


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RE: what's for dinner? - IMaDick - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 01:01 PM)Lady Cop Wrote: Barbara: Arroz con pollo


haha that's exactly what i make, but w/o the peas.

Ramsey, it's so easy! i just put everything in the crock. you need to keep an eye on it so rice comes out perfect, be sure there's enough liquid. i don't really use a recipe, but google arroz con pollo. Smiley_emoticons_smile

You really didn't just answer the stupid yellow rice and chicken receipt question did you? Really?

Who the fuck doesn't know how to make yellow rice and chicken? certainly super mom knows how to make something as simple as yellow rice and chicken?

Asshat enablers suck!


RE: what's for dinner? - Duchess - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 01:09 PM)IMaDick Wrote: Who the fuck doesn't know how to make yellow rice and chicken?


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RE: what's for dinner? - IMaDick - 05-20-2012

Please dis regard my previous post.

I should have known.


RE: what's for dinner? - Duchess - 05-20-2012



I have better things to do than learn how to cook. Simply typing that made me yawn.



RE: what's for dinner? - FAHQTOO - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 01:19 PM)Duchess Wrote:
(05-20-2012, 01:09 PM)IMaDick Wrote: Who the fuck doesn't know how to make yellow rice and chicken?


50


50...me too...hah


At least we have each other when it comes to the cooking bullies.


RE: what's for dinner? - Duchess - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 02:10 PM)FAHQTOO Wrote: At least we have each other when it comes to the cooking bullies.


That's not the only thing we have in common. Smiley_emoticons_smile



RE: what's for dinner? - Clang McFly - 05-20-2012

Fish sticks, fries and salad.


RE: what's for dinner? - username - 05-20-2012

Pasta carbonara, salad and garlic bread. Again. My kids love it.


RE: what's for dinner? - FAHQTOO - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 02:32 PM)Duchess Wrote:
(05-20-2012, 02:10 PM)FAHQTOO Wrote: At least we have each other when it comes to the cooking bullies.


That's not the only thing we have in common. Smiley_emoticons_smile


It sure isn't...

Which reminds me...4:20 is too long to wait on this do nothing, lazy day. I'm starting early. Care to join me?Weed-2


RE: what's for dinner? - Duchess - 05-20-2012



That was all the encouragement I needed. 104



RE: what's for dinner? - sally - 05-20-2012

Stuffed peppers and garlic bread.

The secret to good stuffed peppers is to keep it simple. I mix gound sirloin with crushed garlic and a carrot ran through the food processor ( the carrot is not for taste, but it does something for the texture) cooked basmati rice, and San Marzano crushed tomatoes.


RE: what's for dinner? - Clang McFly - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 07:07 PM)sally Wrote: Stuffed peppers and garlic bread.

The secret to good stuffed peppers is to keep it simple. I mix gound sirloin with crushed garlic and a carrot ran through the food processor ( the carrot is not for taste, but it does something for the texture) cooked basmati rice, and San Marzano crushed tomatoes.

I don't believe you actually use carrots. Maybe I'm just naive.Smiley_emoticons_razz

just kidding, that sounds yummy.

*copies recipe for later use*


RE: what's for dinner? - HairOfTheDog - 05-20-2012

(05-20-2012, 02:38 PM)Clang McFly Wrote: Fish sticks, fries and salad.

Jello for dessert? Smiley_emoticons_wink