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_Ifrit_

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Hey guys,
i said i would post this recipe post some other epic food stuff if youd like :)

Potato soup:
you will need
a blender (a good one)
6 potatoes
1 large pot
1 bayleaf
1 large onion
2 garlic (cloves?) not the entire garlic plant lol you know what i mean
1 large ham steak
salt pepper
1 full OR half brick of cheese depending on how cheesy you like it also good without cheese

peel potatoes cube them toss them in the pot
dice the onions add to pot
add garlic
full with water until water level is JUST above potatoes then
add bay leaf but DO NOT STIR INTO THE MIX the bayleaf will be coming out later
set stove on high let sit until potatoes are mushy (you can effortlessly crush them)
REMOVE BAY LEAF
pour entire pot into large blender set on pure (am i spelling it correctly?)
blend until no solid parts remain
cube ham slices
add cheese (shredded)
serve hot and enjoy
 
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I'll need to post my chili recipe on here. For those who don't like beans you will love it.
 
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Code:
Double Meat Chilli

  Sauces and Seasonings:
  2 tablespoons olive oil
  12 ounces beer (such as Lone Star)
  1 tablespoon paprika
  2-3 tablespoon chilli powder
  4 cans of tomato paste
  3 tablespoons of ground cumin
  2 tablespoon ground oregano
  1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  3-4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  2+ tablespoons Kitchen Bouquet or other browning sauce
  1+ scant tablespoon hot sauce
  2-3 cups beef broth
  
  Meat Ingredients:
  2 Pounds sausage
  2 Pounds lean ground beef
  
  Fresh Ingredients:
  1 Fine diced red pepper
  1 Fine diced green pepper
  1 Fine diced yellow pepper
  1 Fine diced Vidalia onion
  3 cloves of garlic
  
  Directions:
  
  Heat oil in a large pan on medium-high heat. Once hot, add the peppers, onion,
  and garlic. Sauté until tender. (6 minutes)
  Add cumin, oregano, chilli powder, and cayenne and cook for another 5 minutes.
  
  Cook the beef in a separate pan until brown. Strain the grease and then add the
  meat with the vegetables.
  Cook the ground sausage. Strain, then add to the beef and vegetables.
  Add Worcestershire, kitchen bouquet, hot sauce and tomato paste.
  Continue cooking until tomato paste turns a nice brown.
  Add beef broth and beer.
  Bring to a boil for about 4 minutes.
  Reduce heat to a simmer and cook for 1 hour OR
  transfer to slow cooker and put on low.
Here it is! Serves about 15-20 especially if you add with rice or chips. (I usually eat my chilli over white rice).

Edit: And yes this is completely my recipe.
 

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fffizzz's epic buffalo chicken dip
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Ingrediants:
  • 2 packs of creme cheese
  • 1 12 oz bottle of marie's blue cheese (in refrigerated isle)
  • 1 lb cheese (pepperjack is a win, but cheddar is fine)
  • 1 bottle franks buffalo wing sauce (OR tabasco buffalo wing sauce)
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 2 whole boneless, skinless chicken breasts.
Prep: cut chicken breasts into quarters and boil till fully cooked. You can either use a mixer or 2 forks to shred the chicken breasts. This is by far the toughest part of the recipe.

get a large baking dish and semi melt the creme cheese (microwave or oven works (remove from tinfoil before microwave)), spread evenly across the pan.

Next, spread the entire bottle of bluecheese evenly on top of the blue cheese.

Melt the 1/4 cup of butter and pour into the shredded chicken.

Pour 3/4 of the bottle of the hot (whole bottle if you used the tobasco brand since its a smaller bottle) into the chicken and butter and mix thouroughly.

Now, pour the chicken, hot sauce, and butter into the baking dish and spread evenly over the creme/blue cheese.

Now, shred cheese and coat to taste, i prefer a nice thick layer.

Bake at 375 for 15-20 mins and remove. Let stand for at least 3-5 minutes and use a GOOD chip like the tostados scoops, OR if you're on the west coast and have Juanitas chips, those are epic win with this dip.



If you try this dip, be warned it will be epic and everyone will absolutely love you for it. It's never let me down at any gathering or party! There is NOTHING healthy about this dip, but who cares, its amazing!
 

Shane

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Here's a special Shane recipe, I used to make this all the time at work and I've almost never had a complaint.

Shane's Special Singed Baked Delicacy

Prerequisites

- 1 conveyor toaster
- 1 cutting board
- 1 butter knife
- 1 sharp knife

- 1 dining utilities*
* based on how you wish to serve delicacy

Ingredients

- 2 slices of white bread
- a generous amount of butter.

Recipe
1. Wash your hands!
2. Ensure your toaster is receiving sufficient power from an outlet.
3. Open the packaging of the bread by untwisting twist tie without damaging plastic.

4. Remove end piece from loaf, place in blue bucket.
5. Remove 2 slices of white bread.
6. Return twist tie to bag, while removing excess air within bag.
7. Twist tie, place bagged loaf on shelf.
8. Adjust settings on toaster to 75% top heat, 75% bottom heat, 75% time if midday, 67% time if morning.
9. Place bread on angled feeding ramp to conveyor of toaster**. Await bread to toast.
10. Remove now singed delicacies from conveyor toaster**. If not desirably singed, adjust time to 5% and repeat as necessary.
11. Place singed delicacy on cutting board, equip butter knife**.
12. Scoop generous amount of butter onto butter knife, apply to singed delicacies horizontally and equally.
13. Return butter knife to shelf, equip sharp knife.
14. Place singed delicacy atop one another evenly, slice along line of symmetry.
15. Place 4 pieces of singed delicacy on dining utility, serve.
16. Repeat until tickets stop appearing or boss fires you. Once tickets stop appearing, clean station.
17. Don't enjoy yourself, never enjoy yourself. You have a terrible job. At least old capitalists pay you the big bucks to do a glorified monkeys work.
18. Await promotion to line cook.
19. Hit on the waitresses**, except not really, watch brother hit on waitresses and fail.
20. Get a good education so you can laugh at the waitresses who yell at you for not buttering their english muffins.
21. Await promotion to line cook.
22. Hate your boss, your life, your family, your country, and your appearance**.
23. Become taller, be promoted to line cook. Stop repeating making toast.
**Warning: Hot, use caution.
 

sush1jed1

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>be me, culinary school grad
>find food thread
>not tagged

I kid you not, 2 years of pain and suffering, and I can cook anything.

Name one thing you have a hard time replicating, I can break it down into simple human terms.

I eat a few baguettes a week, I'm pro-baking.

Plus, I make a mean curry, I'll provide a recipe upon request.

I just need to get around to actually writing my recipes down. >_>
 
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>be me, culinary school grad
>find food thread
>not tagged

I kid you not, 2 years of pain and suffering, and I can cook anything.

Name one thing you have a hard time replicating, I can break it down into simple human terms.

I eat a few baguettes a week, I'm pro-baking.

Plus, I make a mean curry, I'll provide a recipe upon request.

I just need to get around to actually writing my recipes down. >_>
Lauren's birthday is on the 27th. Give me something to cook for her.
 

roewaid

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Peanut soup:

Scrap that I will add the recipe when I get home next week. I want to add my mothers recipe. Hers is a lot better
 
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fffizzz

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Do try it out and let me know what you think.

You can experiment with multiple cheeses and or different hot sauces.
 

sush1jed1

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Here we go, killing two birds with one stone.

One Stalk Lemongrass
One lime, zested, juiced
One Bunch Cilantro
2-6 Serrano peppers (More the merrier.)
1 TBSP Coriander, Toasted
1 TSP Cumin, Toasted
4 Cloves Garlic
Thumb-Size Ginger root, peeled
4 TBSP Fish Sauce
2 TSP Brown Sugar
3 TBSP PALM SUGAR (Cannot emphasize how important this is.)

Blend that shit till it's smooth.
Be patient, it takes a while.
Once smooth, saute about a tablespoon of curry paste per serving with some slivered onions, peppers, green beans, and carrots. Once those are soft(er), add c
oconut milk (Unsweetened), until the thickness and flavor is right for you. At this point, you can toss some meat or goods in there. I like seared duck breast personally, but, tofu, pork belly, steak, chicken, seared Ahi tuna, all work fine.

Get yourself a bowl of rice, pour it all over it.

GG no re