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Old 04-14-2006, 12:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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S.O.S. when properly made, uses dried chipped beef....no ground beef as it has moisture in it.... god where do you people learn how to cook

Tuna salad on toast

2 cans tuna (dolphin safe in water)
Garlic powder
Onion Powder
Celery Seeds
Dill
Relish (pickle..not corn)
Miracle whip (mayo is icky...or so I've been told)

Drain the tuna, put the tuna in a mixing bowl (make sure to remove from the can first) add in a generous dollop or two of miracle whip, season as prefered...I like garlic..kind of like Doc's garlic meatball joke....mix and serve on toast (your bread of choice), with cheese, lettuce, tomato (if you are into that kind of thing) and more pickle if you need it.

Enjoy.

Or you can always eat just peanut butter out of the jar with a spoon.
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Old 04-14-2006, 01:12 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The PB&J Burrito

Take one tortilla smuther Peanut butter, Jelly and honey on it, roll up like a burrito and eat.

Ive also been known to fry up some deli turkey or balony, toss it on some toasted bread add a little mayo and chow down.

I also used to make what I coined the "pickle salad" as a kid( I dont recomend this)

I would hand slice 3-4 Dill pickles at about a 1/4" a slice, put in a bowl dump salt, vinegar and mustard on it, mix it up and eat with a fork.

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Old 04-14-2006, 01:15 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Now I like pickles....but that last one made me gag.
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Old 04-16-2006, 05:13 AM   #14 (permalink)
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The PB&J Burrito

Take one tortilla smuther Peanut butter, Jelly and honey on it, roll up like a burrito and eat.

Ive also been known to fry up some deli turkey or balony, toss it on some toasted bread add a little mayo and chow down.

I also used to make what I coined the "pickle salad" as a kid( I dont recomend this)

I would hand slice 3-4 Dill pickles at about a 1/4" a slice, put in a bowl dump salt, vinegar and mustard on it, mix it up and eat with a fork.

-Jake
Man that pickle salad thing sounds like a pregnant women's 3am craving. As for a quick meal Throw a block of cream cheese and some green olives in the food processor. Blend and spred on any bread or crackers. This can be done with a fork for those that like their cream cheese and olives lumpy.
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Old 04-16-2006, 04:07 PM   #15 (permalink)
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bagel pizza's

ingrets:
1 bagel
some ketchup and oregano (or pasta sauce)
cheese
toppings

Cut the bagel. Knife some ketchup on the both halves. Sprinkle basil and oregano on them. Sprinkle cheese. Add extra toppings if desired. Toast if you desire crispyness or if you're lazy, throw it in the nuker till the cheese melts.
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Old 04-16-2006, 06:09 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Salsa Stuff
1 large container of salsa of your choice (err on the spicer side if you're a spicey food wuss like me)
1 container of sour cream

Mix the two well in a bowl.
Dip chips, cover tacos, fajitas, burritos, whatever southwestern style food you care to. Yum.

(yes the chips & salsa stuff are indeed a meal in itself)
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It seems some are confused with s.o.s. between creamed chip beef and beef strogonoff I guess to each their own I always thought S.O.S. was beef Strogonoff. Now the pickle thing I have done sans mustard or used cucumbers but it sounds like it may be ok!!! I like block of cream cheese and salsa in a blender makes a great spread!!!
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Old 04-16-2006, 08:37 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Mine is Presto Pasta. Take a microwave-safe bowl, fill 1/2 full with water, add butter, place on a paperplate, and stick in the micro for 2 minutes on High. Break up long pasta (or use the alaphabets, stars, shells, etc.) and fill up bowl until pasta is covered by about 1/2" of water. Set power to Med-Low, cover with a 2nd paper plate or paper towel and cook for 4-5 minutes for a decent-sized bowl (1 - 1.5 cups), less time for a smaller bowl. Pasta should be al dente. Add Parm cheese, more butter or Parm and sauce. Presto pasta!
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Old 04-19-2006, 03:27 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Yum!

Sorry, saw that on a different forum, couldn't resist.

Here's my favorite nacho dip recipe. I'm actually going to start marketing a version of this thru a good friend's new tamale catering business. It was a hit with the POG day people:

Hurtcow crack dip recipe:

2 cans chili (beans/no beans, you choose)
1 pint Tres Hermanas (local Sac Mexi restaurant) salsa, or any good salsa
1 block cream cheese
1 tub sour cream
1 large block shredded sharp cheddar
1 lb. cooked ground beef
1 large onion, chopped and cooked w/ aforementioned ground beef.
1 can diced green chiles
Ground black pepper and Lowrey's salt to taste

Mix it all up, heat it till everything's all melted and mixed. Dip away.

Optional:
1 can refried beans
Chopped peppers
Black beans
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Couple o' squirts of Tapatio/Crystal/whatever hot sauce if it's not hot enough for you
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Old 04-19-2006, 03:10 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Quick and Tasty Guacamole.

2 ripe avocados
1 Jalepeno pepper
1 big spoonful of mayo
1.5 tblsp of lemon juice
1 tsp salt

Scoop out the avocados, and remove the seedy middle bit of the jalepeno. Chop the jalepeno up into chunks. Throw all the indgredients into a food processor and put it on high until it's smooth. The mayo doesn't need to be exact, just enough to make it really smooth and creamy.
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