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What's for Dinner #203 - The Week Before Easter Edition, Part 2 [OLD]

Tonight is chicken marsala with spaghetti! Usually I use bowtie pasta, but I didn't have any left in the pantry...

I'm planning a pretty big Game of Thrones meal this weekend for the premiere! Anyone else doing any themed menus this week?

Mar 27, 2013
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WHAT'S FOR DINNER #200!!!! the Whooooooooooo-Hoooo!! Edition [OLD]

Both chicken marsala recipes posted look MUCH healthier than what I throw together(I am a heavy cream person). I'm just going to set these aside in my evernote. Thanks for sharing, you guys!

Mar 19, 2013
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WHAT'S FOR DINNER #200!!!! the Whooooooooooo-Hoooo!! Edition [OLD]

I'm being ridiculously lazy. Chicken breasts, thin, with a light layer of garlic spreadable cheese and a little bacon, then rolled up. Serving it with some leftover broccoli and a nice salad. The plan was to make chicken marsala, but that can wait another day. :P

Mar 19, 2013
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BEST Recipes To Impress a Man... Please HELP!

x2. Considering every man I've ever cooked for, this menu is spot on and foolproof.

Mar 16, 2013
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BEST Recipes To Impress a Man... Please HELP!

"He's a guy. We just aren't that hard to figure out. Fix him a porterhouse or a ribeye steak and some kind of potato. I suggest a baked potato. You want to get fancy try a twice baked potato."

This x20. I make all sorts of things at home, fancy and not, and nine times out of ten, my husband is happiest with just beef and potatoes.

Mar 16, 2013
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What's for Dinner #199 - Daylight Savings Time Edition [old]

Ohhhh yessss, that looks tasty!

Mar 16, 2013
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What's for Dinner #199 - Daylight Savings Time Edition [old]

I usually use quite a bit of onion, carrots, firm apples and a little potato, since I like how potatoes absorb the flavor of the sauce. I cut up some chicken breasts(although I think it would be glorious with thighs) into bite size chunks.

I also replace the water with whatever broth I might have on hand, but I like the richness beef broth adds the most!

Mar 16, 2013
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What's for Dinner #199 - Daylight Savings Time Edition [old]

That looks amazing. :O I've been working on learning Korean cuisine, but this is something I have yet to come across. Thanks for bringing this to my attention, I'll start the research so I can make it too!

Mar 15, 2013
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What's for Dinner #199 - Daylight Savings Time Edition [old]

Thank you so much for writing all of this up! I have it set aside for a future meal!

Mar 15, 2013
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What's for Dinner #199 - Daylight Savings Time Edition [old]

Agh, I need to post more often. My last few months have been hectic as all get out, and I do so love these threads!

WFD tonight is a Japanese curry, made with chicken, steamed rice and a side salad. I must admit, I don't do the curry roux from scratch. Instead, I mix some Kokumaru blocks and some Vermont blocks and tweak the concoction to taste.

It's so good, even though my husband does NOT support(okay, he borderline tolerates it) my curry addiction.

Mar 15, 2013
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Favorite way to use kimchi?

There's nothing like a good, steaming bowl of kimchi stew(kimchi jjigae) over hot rice! Check the google machine for some recipes!

Mar 06, 2013
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Smokey Denmark Products

Their beer brats are tasty, and their andouille is the best I've found in town... Austin is seriously lacking in the andouille department. :(

Really friendly people and excellent product. I'm looking forward to trying more of their stuff!

Jan 25, 2013
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Jewish Penicillin: How do you cook the onions in your chicken soup?

I have to say... I've never even heard of this Jewish Penicillin, but the whole onion with cloves sounds fantastic in a soup!

Jan 07, 2013
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Favorite takes at Savory Spice Shop ??

Wow, really? I've not had that experience the few times I've been there. oO;; How strange.

Jul 09, 2012
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Recs for Korean cookbook or Web site?

Bookmarked!

Jul 08, 2012
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Recs for Korean cookbook or Web site?

The first recipes I tried of hers were dakbokkeumtang and panjeon(with accompanying dipping sauce), and they were both delicious! I've been hunting for a decent recipe for dakbokkeumtang for quite some time, and each time I've prepared it I've been disappointed... until now, with Maangchi's recipe. The panjeon was simple and lovely, and the dipping sauce had an excellent flavor. I can't wait to make more of her stuff.

Jul 08, 2012
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Favorite takes at Savory Spice Shop ??

Awesome! I keep on meaning to stop in there when I go to Con Olio, but I didn't know anything about them, nor did I know anyone who shopped there. Glad to hear it's awesome! I may check them out instead of hitting the bulk section of Central Market.

Jul 06, 2012
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Can you describe your cooking style in three words?

I like your way of cooking!

Jun 21, 2012
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My favorite things from HEB

There's a bread at the Parmer/35 bakery called Seedilicious. I could probably tackle a whole loaf in one sitting, I love it so much.

The premarinated pork tenderloins are pretty awesome as well. I usually grab the garlic peppercorn one if I'm in a time crunch.

I could not live without fresh HEB tortillas for my tacos.

Jun 21, 2012
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My favorite things from HEB

YES YES YES x150 on this post. God... those butter tortillas, slathered with some refried beans and cheese.... I'm having to wipe up drool on my keyboard as I type this.

Jun 21, 2012
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Recs for Korean cookbook or Web site?

Thanks to this thread, I wasted an entire day watching Maangchi videos... I've bookmarked several recipes and can't wait to try them. She rocks!

Jun 21, 2012
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Can you describe your cooking style in three words?

ROFL. Thanks, all. :D It was the first thing that popped in my head.

Jun 19, 2012
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How do you create a baking recipe?

While I don't bake, I do create my own recipes for other things. After having my husband ask, "Hey, can you make this again?" repeatedly and the answer always being no, I've learned to keep some scratch paper and a pen in the kitchen with me while I play. I scribble things quickly, sometimes even with my non dominant hand, while I work. Once I've tasted the finished product, I clean up and start typing my notes in a much cleaner format in Evernote.

Jun 18, 2012
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Can you describe your cooking style in three words?

Why I'm fat.

Jun 18, 2012
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Your 10 Essential Cookbooks?

Good to see The New Orleans Cookbook listed! The only way anyone will ever get me to give up mine is if they pry it from my cold, dead hands!

Jun 16, 2012
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What's for Dinner #147 [OLD]

Oh my god, this sounds so delicious.

Jun 02, 2012
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slow cooker, crockpot fun

You know, I've almost fallen out of love with the crockpot, thanks to my new one, for the reason you stated above. It cooks so much hotter than my old ones, leaving tried and true recipes coming out overdone. ARGH.

May 31, 2012
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Best Recipes you have ever found on Chowhound Home Cooking board

Happy birthday, Plano Rose, and thanks to Antilope for hunting down the recipe!

May 28, 2012
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What's for Dinner? #146 - Memorial Day Edition [old]

Can't wait to hear your review of this!! If it's good, I wanna make it too!

May 26, 2012
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Best Recipes you have ever found on Chowhound Home Cooking board

Awesome! I was looking desperately for PlanoJane... Saving these here!

May 26, 2012
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