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4/16/09 7:27 AM
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Pito Chueco
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English Muffin topped with a slice of deli turkey, a slice of tomato and a slice of cheddar. Oven for 15 at 350 and done.
4/16/09 2:25 PM
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Elias Cepeda
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 very nice, guys
4/16/09 5:19 PM
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brown rice, add canned vaggies, throw in seasonings and soy sauce. got any ideas for seasonings?
4/17/09 8:38 PM
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3 egg omlette with garlic fried rice inside a side of pan fried polish sausage cut into thin pieces.


Garlic Fried Rice Recipe -

Saute crushed garlic with some diced onions on a 2 tsp of olive oil.

Add in 2 cups of cooked white rice.

Add some garlic poweder, and add salt to desired taste.



Beat 3 eggs, and pour it in a frying plan an cook both sides so it's like a giant pancake.

Throw your fried rice in the middle and wrap it like a burrito.

Serve it with the Polish sausage, and viola!!!

God damnit! Now Im hungry.
4/18/09 11:44 PM
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Mark1
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 Grilled cheese and tomato soup, hands down.  Especially if I have fresh sourdough.

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4/19/09 2:48 AM
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Elias Cepeda
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WEB - brown rice, add canned vaggies, throw in seasonings and soy sauce. got any ideas for seasonings?
nice. can't go wrong with some garlic, basil, little crushed red pepper imo
 
4/20/09 5:42 PM
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hackett
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I do a scramble.

Some olive oil in a pan, add in a whole bunch of fresh spinach that's about to go bad if necessary.

As it cooks down, crack a couple of eggs, maybe three. I beat them in the pan as they heat, with a spatula. When about halfway cooked I add a can of tuna. Take on & off heat to keep from overcooking, but keep stirring. Plate right before it looks done and it will be just right in the plate.

Serve with sriracha. Or tortillas and salsa.

From the moment I hit the kitchen to time to eat, it's ten minutes, tops, and actually a pretty clean meal.

TH
4/21/09 9:00 PM
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hackett
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 Oh yeah, just did a turkey burger on wheat with some spinach and avacado -- and a mess of sriracha (again)

Mmmmmmmm.......

TH

4/22/09 8:49 AM
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