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Tuna Salad...But I have no relish?

Mkay so itried hot sauce, honey mustard, basil, garlic, s&p, and a little lemon juice. That was surprisingly quite tasty. thanks for all the suggestions. :) Im totally gonna try that Mediterranean one too...

Mar 31, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Tuna Salad...But I have no relish?

is this crazy to think about hot sauce? think that would blend well? lol

Mar 31, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Tuna Salad...But I have no relish?

Yep, that's it. I wanna make tuna salad, but i have no relish, and just tuna and mayo is kinda bland. Any ideas?

Mar 31, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

I see. Well I dont currently have a grill, but Im sure i can improvise. But I do love a nice refreshing cold cucumber salad. So, you say "most requested", are you a caterer? or just a well-known around the family and circle of friends amateur chef? lol

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

How well do ravioli freeze?

wow i just read the salting a steak thread...and a) i learned a lot and b) that got hostile. haha. I'm new to the boards as of yesterday, but i got a lot of advice on meals to make at home. But yeah...that thread was entertaining to say the least.

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

I can't say ive ever had a "hot" salad before. lol

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

oh i think i have a good idea on who to invite. Sounds terrific though. Thanks for the idea.

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

okay so drop the ingredients in the pot the night before. Then I let it sit on low heat all night? and then add the liquids in the morning and let it go for another 4-5 or more depending on how large the meat is? Sounds easy enough. I think this is something i cant mess up! haha

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

This does sound very good. Going to try this sometime this weekend for sure. Thanks for the great idea.

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

That all sounds really good. Quick question, you said after you added the broth and such you set it to low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours. What was it on all night? low? and does that ever overcook the meat, being on for so long?

Also, what recipe for sauces on steaks, porkchops, etc did you have? That sounds real good.

Oh and anything with Bacon is amazing. haha. Gotta be a favorite ingredient of mine. So i think im gonna get a crock pot and try someting this weekend. Thanks :)

Mar 05, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

These are great! Thanks so much for all the ideas. It looks like a crock pot might be a good investment soon. lol

Mar 04, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

Wow, lots of great help. Umm i guess I do need to be more specific. I have a microwave, gas range and oven, and a toaster. Things to take are great, and so are things for when im home. I dont have lots of time to cook, so the easier the better. My cooking skill level is inexperience to amateur. Nothing too impressive really. :) But I'm getting better! I like all sorts of food. I love food. The only thing i really dont like is peanut butter and ketchup. Odd, i know, but thats me! lol.

Mar 04, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking

Help. Inexperienced Bachelor Needing Recipes :)

Hi,

I'm trying to pinch pennies a bit more lately, and I was just relocated to a new town. For my job i drive about 1000 miles a week and am out of my home 4 out of 7 days. Im starting to tire of fast food and restaurant bills every day. I was wondering if anyone had any recipes that worked well to save some dough, as well as could keep for weeks at a time...and if possible could be mobile food for while im on the go. I do have a cooler in my car usually.

Thanks!

Mar 04, 2009
srgilber in Home Cooking