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DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:43 AM

I'm not much of a chef, but now that I've got my own place with functioning stove and a grill out back, I need some recipes.

Share your recipes with me, and others.

And keep us posted if you try someone elses recipe!
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:49 AM

I don't cook much. So, I am not going to be any help. I have parents who do that. I live in the house and clean it, that's what I do.

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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:49 AM

i make a mean pork chop.
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:51 AM

A simple one my wife makes is:
Boneless, Skinless chicken breasts skillet fried and cut up. Combined with--> Bow Tie noodles --> steamed broccoli --> Fettucine Sauce or some other white cheesy sauce.
Mix it all together and its one scruptous little meal. Damn, now i'm hungry and can't have that for another few months. :angry:

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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:51 AM

View Postsupersloth, on 21 Apr, 2008 - 09:49 AM, said:

i make a mean pork chop.


What's the recipe?
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:52 AM

View Postsupersloth, on 21 Apr, 2008 - 08:49 AM, said:

i make a mean pork chop.


I had that on Friday night. We ran out of gas for the grill, so we had to bake the rest of it. :P
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:53 AM

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(9:25:57 PM) Joshua Rivera: omg the meal I made is so fucking good
(9:26:18 PM) Chris Kenworthy: watcha eatin'
(9:26:25 PM) Chris Kenworthy: wait wait
(9:26:40 PM) Chris Kenworthy: <bills girlfriend from work voice>watcha eatin'</bills girlfriend from work voice>
(9:26:40 PM) Chris Kenworthy: there
(9:26:48 PM) Joshua Rivera: ahahahahha
(9:26:56 PM) Joshua Rivera: did not see that one coming
(9:26:57 PM) Chris Kenworthy: that was so much better
(9:27:05 PM) Joshua Rivera: pork chops
(9:27:10 PM) Joshua Rivera: but not just any pork chops
(9:27:16 PM) Joshua Rivera: I took the pork chop
(9:27:19 PM) Joshua Rivera: put a lil salt
(9:27:24 PM) Joshua Rivera: a lil fresh ground pepper
(9:27:24 PM) Chris Kenworthy: just a lil
(9:27:28 PM) Joshua Rivera: just a lil
(9:27:37 PM) Joshua Rivera: turned the heat on high on the pan
(9:27:41 PM) Joshua Rivera: put a lil olive oil
(9:27:57 PM) Joshua Rivera: and I flash fried the outside
(9:28:01 PM) Joshua Rivera: to get the brown
(9:28:05 PM) Joshua Rivera: you gotta have the brown
(9:28:15 PM) Joshua Rivera: then
(9:28:20 PM) Joshua Rivera: I turned the heat to medium
(9:28:28 PM) Joshua Rivera: put in a glass of white wine
(9:28:31 PM) Joshua Rivera: and a glass of water
(9:28:41 PM) Joshua Rivera: some chopped onion
(9:28:44 PM) Joshua Rivera: some basil and oregano
(9:28:49 PM) Joshua Rivera: covered that shit
(9:28:54 PM) Joshua Rivera: and let it simmer for 10 minutes
(9:29:05 PM) Joshua Rivera: then, I pulled the pork chop out
(9:29:12 PM) Joshua Rivera: put a tablespoon of butter
(9:29:14 PM) Joshua Rivera: in the pan
(9:29:20 PM) Joshua Rivera: with the juices and wine and shit
(9:29:23 PM) Joshua Rivera: made a nice sauce
(9:29:28 PM) Joshua Rivera: poured that shit on top
(9:29:40 PM) Joshua Rivera: served with a salad and some white wine
(9:29:43 PM) Joshua Rivera: hoooooly shit
(9:30:25 PM) Chris Kenworthy: I promise
(9:30:33 PM) Chris Kenworthy: that I will never post this conversation
(9:30:39 PM) Joshua Rivera: hahahahaha
(9:30:41 PM) Chris Kenworthy: with any sort of reference
(9:30:43 PM) Chris Kenworthy: to your sexuality
(9:30:46 PM) Chris Kenworthy: or Emeril
(9:30:58 PM) Joshua Rivera: every man must eat
(9:31:01 PM) Joshua Rivera: and every man must fuck
(9:31:06 PM) Joshua Rivera: so you may as well be good at them
(9:31:07 PM) Joshua Rivera: faggot
(9:31:12 PM) Chris Kenworthy: lmfao
(9:31:16 PM) Chris Kenworthy: touche

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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 08:57 AM

bonus points for being concise. Thanks for that.
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:00 AM

i wasn't retyping a conversation we've already had. RECYCLE REDUCE REUSE.

oh yeah, i fucked that up kinda, don't put the basil and oregano in until your making the sauce, they're pretty gross if you let them simmer the whole time.
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:04 AM

Like Indian type food? One of the dishes I like to make is a simple chicken curry:

4 chicken breasts diced
cook on med high for 5 minutes to sear, the pour in a curry sauce consisting of:

curry paste (1/2 cup)
Water (3/4 cup)
Lemon juice
1 diced tomato
1 tblespoon garam masala

Cook chicken in sauce for about 10-15 mins

At the same time, make some basmati rice and naan (the bread is available at most grocery stores), and serve.
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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:33 AM

This is one my sister showed me.

Herb Crusted Pork Chops

Ingredients:
  • Stove Top Stuffing (Savory Herbs Kind is what I use)
  • Some Pork Chops (The amounts here should be enough for 4 - 6)
  • An egg
  • Pepper
  • 2 Tbls Butter
  • Pam (or some other no-stick cooking spray)
  • 1 Tbls Milk
Instructions
Preheat oven to 350 Degrees (Fahrenheit). Spray your cooking dish (big enough to hold your chops) with the Pam. Crack the egg into a small bowl and add milk and pepper to it. Whisk this up good to make an egg wash. Set this aside. Now take the stuffing and crush it up real well. I leave it in the bag for this and just roll it around in my hands. Now, put the crunched up stuffing stuff into a fairly large dish(The bigger the dish, the less the mess). Now, take your PoChos and begin dipping them in the egg wash and then dredging them in the stuffing and placing in your casserole dish. Really press them into the stuffing to get a lot to stick on there. When they are all in the, melt the butter and brush it on top of them. Put in the oven for 20 - 30 minutes (*depending on thickness). When done let sit for about 5minutes to allow the meat to rest before cutting.

And thats it. Very tasty and easy to make. Ive got a killer beef jerky recipe I may put up later. :)

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Re: DIC Cookbook

Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:33 AM

Is it wrong that I am entertained by the concept of men asking other men for recipes?
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Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:40 AM

completely justified.
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Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:41 AM

I like cooking alot.

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 09:54 AM

Ok, so I actually have been asked to cater events even though I am a computer geek!!! Where do you want me to start Chris? With the stove top, or the grill?
@Super, thanks for the new recipe. Will have to try it.

Ok, here is my special spice rub that I use, goes great on chicken, pork, and steaks.


1 tblspoon Red Chili Powder
1 tblspoon Season All Salt or sea salt (STAY AWAY FROM IODIZED SALT)
1 tblspoon Black Pepper
1 tblspoon Onion Powder
.5 tblspoon Garlic Powder
1 tblspoon Paprika

sprinkle on meat, either sear the meat on stove top, or cook on grill.

I also make a mean fettucini alfredo
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