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    Looks yum! thanks for sharing!

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    made a batch of this Jalapeno honey BBQ sauce the other day!...best sauce evah!...goes great on everything especially ribs and chicken!...courtesy of bbqpitboys!....



    JALAPENO HONEY BBQ SAUCE

    Get yourself some chicken, ribs, beef or pork because we’re cooking up some Pit Boys Jalapeno Honey BBQ Sauce.
    THE INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED:
    For this BBQ Sauce recipe we used


    • 4 cups ketchup
    • 1.5 cups Dark Brown Sugar
    • 1 cup Honey
    • 1/2 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
    • 1/2 cup Worchestshire Sauce
    • 1 tablespoon Garlic Powder
    • 1 tablespoon Onion Powder
    • 1 tablespoon ground Black Pepper
    • 1 7oz. can pickled Japapeno Peppers

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    This is not a quick meal, but it is too damn easy. Pot roast in a crock pot. Get it set up in the morning, set the timer/temp on the lowest setting for 8.5 hours and when you get home from work, one of the best meals you can have in the fall/winter.

    It's foolproof too.

    Just buy yourself a pot roast, onions, red potatoes, baby carrots, and two packets of pot roast seasoning. Get some olive oil and lube up your crock pot. Place pot roast in, quarter your veggies minus the baby carrots, mix packets into 2 cups of warm water, and pour over veggies/roast. That's it.

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    ^^^...my roommate has a crock pot!...sounds delicious and will definitely try out!...

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    As good as the pot roast is, the real highlight for me is the rich, savory broth. I have been adding more water and beef bones with marrow and the final product is outstanding. I could eat this every night, morning, and for lunch.

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    bump for Richkas!......hopefully we'll get another good barbecue ribs recipe!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Manster! View Post
    made a batch of this Jalapeno honey BBQ sauce the other day!...best sauce evah!...goes great on everything especially ribs and chicken!...courtesy of bbqpitboys!....



    JALAPENO HONEY BBQ SAUCE

    Get yourself some chicken, ribs, beef or pork because we’re cooking up some Pit Boys Jalapeno Honey BBQ Sauce.
    THE INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED:
    For this BBQ Sauce recipe we used



    • 4 cups ketchup
    • 1.5 cups Dark Brown Sugar
    • 1 cup Honey
    • 1/2 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
    • 1/2 cup Worchestshire Sauce
    • 1 tablespoon Garlic Powder
    • 1 tablespoon Onion Powder
    • 1 tablespoon ground Black Pepper
    • 1 7oz. can pickled Japapeno Peppers
    I used to work with a former chef (in fact, I'll be working with him again next month). He sold me his book.

    His recipe for BBQ sauce is just about the same that you post here except without the Jalapeno peppers. I substitute some of the brown sugar with apple juice. I also use Frank's Red Hot Sauce to spice it up a bit. If I'm in a different mood I'll substitute honey instead of the apple juice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Manster! View Post
    Reuben Bake! If you love Reuben Sandwiches, you'll LOVE this recipe!



    I ADORE Reuben sandwiches...it's my all time favorite...this recipe is so wonderful because of the crescent roll dough, it's makes it so delicious because of the light flaky crust!
    First unroll 1 tube of (8 oz) refrigerated crescent dough into one long rectangle, sealing seams and perforations.



    Press onto the bottom of a lightly greased 13x9 inch baking dish. Use a fork to pierce dough. Bake at 375 for 10-15 minutes until a golden brown.


    Layer with half the cheese and all of corned beef.

    Combine 1 can (14 oz) sauerkraut and 2/3 cup of Thousand Island salad dressing


    Spread the mixture over the corned beef

    Top with remaining cheese


    On a lightly floured surface, roll out the other tube of crescent dough into a 13x9 inch rectangle.
    Seal seams and perforations. Place over the cheese and seal the edges together.

    Brush the top with lighty beaten egg white. Sprinkle with about 3 teaspoons caraway seeds.


    Bake 12-16 minutes or until heated through and the crust is golden brown.

    Let is stand about 5 minutes before serving.
    Serve with a side salad. It's so delicious!
    I hope you enjoy this as much as my family did!
    Reuben Crescent Bake
    2 tubes (8 oz) refrigerated crescent rolls
    1 lb sliced swiss cheese
    1 1/4 lbs. sliced deli corned beef
    1 can (14 oz) sauerkraut, rinsed and drained well
    2/3 cup Thousand Island salad dressing
    1 egg white, lightly beated
    3 teaspoons caraway seeds
    Directions:
    Unroll one tube of crescent dough into one long rectangle, seal seams and perforations. Press into a lightly greased 13x9 inch baking dish. Use a fork to poke small holes into botton of dough. Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes until crust is a nice golden brown.
    Layer with half of the cheese and all of the corned beef. Combine sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing, spead over beef. Top with remaining cheese. On a lightly floured surface, press or roll second tube of crescent dough into a 13x9 inch rectangle, sealing seams and perforations. Place over cheese, sealing edges and sides. Brush egg white over the top and sprinkle caraway seeds. Bake for 12-16 minutes, or until heated through and crust is golden brown. Let it stand for 5 minutes before cutting.
    Makes 8 servings.
    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Just finished my second piece..... Thanks for posting and bumping thread!!! This is awesome! Anyone who likes Reubens needs to try this!
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    Great thread
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    you're welcome, batt33!......glad you liked it, bro!...

    @DDD...you know it, son!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidel_CashFlow View Post
    Manny. No instructions , but the recipe looks simple enough

    Spicy Italian Crescent rings



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    AND DENNNN.....

    After trying the Reuben Bake! This is on the menu today...... be back latter with the taste report!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by batt33 View Post
    After trying the Reuben Bake! This is on the menu today...... be back latter with the taste report!!
    Well, It wasn't to good. The dough was a little to sweet for the combination. and the inner ring was a little mushy... I would have preferred a hoagie type bread instead..

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    Sorry Fellas!...all of my pics got deleted!.......probably when my old computer crashed last year and I lost a lot of valuable pics, files, and yes, pornography...


    APPLE CINNAMON SMOOTHIE (Awesome Summertime beverage)

    Ingredients:

    2 medium-sized red apples (cored and cut into chunks)
    1.5 frozen bananas
    1 cup water or milk (whichever you prefer)
    1 tbsp of maple syrup
    3/4 tsp ground cinnamon
    1/4 tsp ground ginger (optional)
    pinch of nutmeg (optional)

    Directions: Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth!...serve immediately

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    I make some mean chicken wings in my air fryer, Pat them dry with a paper towel throw some Slap Your Mama seasoning on them,

    Do one side at 360 for 12 minutes the other side at 360 for 12 minutes then turn them again and do 390 for 6 minutes.

    I keep some hot Thai Chili Peppers soaking in vinegar also throw some of that hot vinegar on them makes them really good
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    The air fryer changed everything for me Brick wing wise, but still trying to get French fries down. They're coming out too dry, impossible to get seasoning to stay on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8Mush4Life View Post
    The air fryer changed everything for me Brick wing wise, but still trying to get French fries down. They're coming out too dry, impossible to get seasoning to stay on them.
    I still haven't done french fries, my girlfriend says she knows how to do them when she does it I will get back to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Manster! View Post
    Sorry Fellas!...all of my pics got deleted!.......probably when my old computer crashed last year and I lost a lot of valuable pics, files, and yes, pornography...


    APPLE CINNAMON SMOOTHIE (Awesome Summertime beverage)

    Ingredients:

    2 medium-sized red apples (cored and cut into chunks)
    1.5 frozen bananas
    1 cup water or milk (whichever you prefer)
    1 tbsp of maple syrup
    3/4 tsp ground cinnamon
    1/4 tsp ground ginger (optional)
    pinch of nutmeg (optional)

    Directions: Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth!...serve immediately


    I’d replace that cup of water or milk with about a cup of this:


    F923-E2-E2-9-C8-E-4-ABE-B9-F6-68050-C62-A2-CE
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    Whoa, thanks for the recipes everyone!
    I will definitely give some of them a go when I'm feeling less lazy about cooking.

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    1- Take package and hold in hand
    2- Read steps to make item
    3-Open from right end do not open from left or you will hurt your foot
    4-Carefully remove item there will be more then one be sure to remove both
    5- Throw wrappings out in trash
    6-Make sure there are not any bugs on item like Gargatoonies which dwell in the darkest recesses of your soul
    7-Place item into magical cooking device for 1 minute
    8-Remove and place on a plate
    9-Eat in different ways some like to eat the outside crust others just take small savory bites
    10- Do not be afraid

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaltedHopsFrenzy View Post


    I’d replace that cup of water or milk with about a cup of this:


    F923-E2-E2-9-C8-E-4-ABE-B9-F6-68050-C62-A2-CE
    not a bad idea, Malt!...

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    My Western Omelette recipe...step by step directions and photos...cut me up some onions, mushrooms, green pepper, tomato...then sautéed them for about 5-7 minutes in the frying pan...set them aside on my plate and then added my eggs to the pan...then I added my cooked veggies on top of the eggs and then added my ham and cheese slices...flipped the omelette halfway and let cook for an extra minute...came out perfectly and delicious!

    Total prep and cooking time: only 15 - 20 minutes!








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    good ole pasta dinner tonight with my homemade sauce!...I sauteed salt, black pepper, garlic powder, oregano, red peppers, onions, mushrooms, ground lamb (which is every bit as good if not better than ground beef) and barilla spaghetti sauce!...with Rotini pasta!...It was delicious!




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    Looks very good.
    I like the ground lamb enhancement.
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    ^^^...thanks for that contribution Slew! I might try that recipe out! I think I saw something similar on YT about open air Asian markets (Kiosks in the street) that make similar dishes to that! It seems to be a very popular Asian cuisine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Manster! View Post
    ^^^...thanks for that contribution Slew! I might try that recipe out! I think I saw something similar on YT about open air Asian markets (Kiosks in the street) that make similar dishes to that! It seems to be a very popular Asian cuisine!
    I made it a couple of times. I threw in some almonds and walnuts. It was easy. I ate it for 2 days after the gym. It’s not very sweet. Might need some honey or something if you like sweets.

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    Here is a damn good deal! Over here in Cyprus you can get an English breakfast (as they call it) which consists of Bacon, sausage, two eggs, cucumber, tomato, bowl of baked beans, two slices of toast, tea or coffee for just $5! It's just like a sore dick! You can't beat it!


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    Good ole Home Fries! 3 potatoes, 2 green peppers, 2 small onions, and 4 eggs! I fried the potatoes first for a few minutes until light brown and then added the green peppers and onions. cooked until they were done. then in a small bowl I beat 4 eggs and poured them on top! hearty meal of for two! (I always share with mom)...I added just a little bit of salt, black pepper, and original hot siracha sauce on mine! Good eats!



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    Baked Salmon with Asparagus and potato. This is my go to healthy meal. Bake the Salmon for 15 minutes at 350 if it's a thick piece. Season the fish with garlic powder, lemon and olive oil. Boil the asparagus in water til it's soft. Bake the already seasoned potato wedges. Small side of spinach salad.

    Dinner of champions!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Manster! View Post
    Good ole Home Fries! 3 potatoes, 2 green peppers, 2 small onions, and 4 eggs! I fried the potatoes first for a few minutes until light brown and then added the green peppers and onions. cooked until they were done. then in a small bowl I beat 4 eggs and poured them on top! hearty meal of for two! (I always share with mom)...I added just a little bit of salt, black pepper, and original hot siracha sauce on mine! Good eats!



    Potato and egg, peppers, onions. My mom would whip this up. I'll have to give it a try one day .
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    ^^^...Go for it, brother! and the good thing is very quick, very easy, and very delicious! Just like the title of this thread!

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    ^You need melted cheddar white cheese in that breakfast beast, that would really cap it off. Looks good though. Cold Gauk on top also if you really wanna doctor it up.
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    ^^^...Damn good idea, Jibs! will do next time I cook this up! (probably in a couple more days!)

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    this here is a Cypriot Sandwich/Hoagie! Very similar to an Italian cold cut and every bit as good if not better! About 9 - 10 inches long on mulit-grain bread and loaded with tomato, cucumber, (they use sliced cucumber over here instead of lettuce like we do back in the ole USA), mayo, salt, pepper, smoked ham, roast pork, bacon, and salami! good size and generous portion, thick and hearty, delicious, and best of all, good bang for your buck! and only $4.50!



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