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Old 01-16-2009, 11:28 AM   #681
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It's called Pannu Kakku

2 c. milk
3 eggs
1/3 c. sugar
Dash of salt
And almost 1 c. of flour.

Pre-heat oven to 375, place 3-4 T. butter or margarine in pan and put in oven to melt. While it's melting, whisk the above ingredients together. Once the butter has melted, pour mixture into the pan and bake for about 1/2 hr or so. The more flour you use, the more it'll puff up, but it does go down as it cools. I usually add cinnamon to mine and the kids top it with syrup. Quick, easy and simple and my kids LOVE it. This is my grandma's recipe.
What size pan?
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DOH! 9x13

I changed it in the original post now. I had put it in there when I was typing it up and then it got erased, that's what happens when the kids are bugging the heck outta me.
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DOH! 9x13

I changed it in the original post now. I had put it in there when I was typing it up and then it got erased, that's what happens when the kids are bugging the heck outta me.
I'm glad I'm not the only one whose kids bug the heck out of me, LOL!

We had chili for dinner. I had the fritos this time, since Target has them on sale.
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I'm not sure what we'll be having tonight, it's Ryans turn to cook. I just asked him and I got "Um...... not eggs" .
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So I'm with you on the Tacos Jac!!!

I made them last night- yeah just didn't taste right to me. UGGG. So disappointing.

I have no idea what it's going to be tonight- have to talk to Jesse on that one.
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We had our usual Friday night pizza last night..which was good because I was running around and so was everyone else in my family..so the pizza was quick and easy. Tonight were have lemon chicken with broccoli and rice...it's a WW recipe and this is the first time I've tried it...so I hope it's good. I'm not going to tell my little sister that its weight watchers, though, because she'll refuse to eat it (she's a stick anyways!)
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We're having pork chops roasted in sauerkraut and diced tomatoes and pasta for dinner.
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I think we're going to try this sometime this week. I got it from one of the yahoo groups I belong to.

Creamy Chicken & Cheddar Rice


Ingredients:

1 lb boneless chicken breasts, cut in strips
1 tsp garlic powder
1 can (10-3/4 oz) cream of mushroom soup
1 soupcan milk
1-1/2 cups Minute Rice, uncooked
2 cups chopped broccoli
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese



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Spray nonstick skillet with cooking spray. Add chicken. Cover and
cook 5 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. Sprinkle with
garlic powder. Add soup and milk. Bring to boil. Stir in rice and
broccoli. Cover and cook over low heat 5 minutes or until rice is
tender. Add in 1/2 cup cheese. Sprinkle remaining cheese on top.
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It's 4:55 p.m. here and still waiting for Jesse to decide what HE is making for dinner.
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It's 4:55 p.m. here and still waiting for Jesse to decide what HE is making for dinner.
I feel for you. That's why I decided what RYAN was cooking for dinner .
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We are having Beef Commercials for supper..
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Do any of you ladies have a TNT recipe for bread dough? I'm talking mix by yourself. I don't have a bread machine and have had a SERIOUS craving for home made bread.
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Beef Commercials are: you take a couple of beef roasts and cook them until they fall apart. Save the juice from when u roast them, u will use that to make gravy. Pull the roast apart or shredd it. Put juice and beef back in kettle and bring to boil and then make gravy. While that is going you make mashed potatos. Take 2 pieces of bread, put one on your plate and add beef with a little gravy like you are going to make a sandwich, put other piece of bread on and cut in triangle add mashed potatos between and then put more gravy on bread and potatoes. Eat and enjoy. They are so good...
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Turkey commercials are my fav!!! Beef are good too.
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I ended up making Totinos pizzas for the boys and having a sandwich myself. Yippie- note the sarcasm. GRRR
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DH and I had Potbelly for lunch, so for dinner I just made popcorn. Ended up feeling a bit hungry later, so I had leftover tuna casserole and peas...actually there was almost as much peas as casserole, but it still tasted good.

Tomorrow...got no clue, LOL!
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Sorry about the flakey Dhs. If mine was left to plan dinner, we would have McD's, BK, etc - you get the hint!

I ate leftover pizza after eating too much at the horse races. I was trying to be good but it is so hard when you are out. Oh well. Tomorrow we are having meatloaf as I have to take some meals to grandma so I figured I could make lots, and send a few mini loaves to her house and buy myself a few days.
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Now what's Potbelly?

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Tomorrow...got no clue, LOL!
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Ooo Potbelly is a really good sandwich place. They toast all their sandwiches and are yummmmy.
Tonight for dinner is still up in the air and its 5:30...so we'll probably have soup..or takeout, or something of that sort.
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I found some pork chops in the reduced meat section of the market for $2.50 for a pack of two so I grabbed both packs.

Joey and I are having that with some buttered noodles for dinner. Jesse made himself a huge brunch meal with ham, eggs, toast, sausage links and eggos. He says he's still full. We'll see if he has anything to eat now.
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Ryan's doing something with chicken and pesto, that is ALL I know. The kids are in there "helping" him.
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Well, after a frustrating afternoon trying to start my car (oops! I left the dome light on yesterday!) and having NO LUCK, I ended up taking DH's car over to pick up his prescription and getting Little Caesar's at the same time. Originally, I was going to take the chili left from Friday and do a 4-way chili with linguini, but DH was EATING IT COLD last night and there wasn't enough of it to make it worth it. And while I was gone picking up pizza, he ate the rest. COLD. I sometimes wonder about men....LOL!

We canceled church due to the weather, so I made a sour cream coffee cake from breakfast. It got yummed down! It's a recipe from Joy of Cooking.
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Well, the kids sauteed onions and black olives. Then Ryan mixed it with pasta and pesto. He sliced the chicken really thin and fried it. It was eh. Logan, Brooklyn and Emberlyn really liked it though.
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Is Beef Commercials a southern thing or a western thing? I have never heard of it.
Kind of reminds me of chipped beef on toast. I would never eat it but my best friend from grammar school would always eat it up! (That and watermelon pickle!)
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Well, after a frustrating afternoon trying to start my car (oops! I left the dome light on yesterday!) and having NO LUCK, I ended up taking DH's car over to pick up his prescription and getting Little Caesar's at the same time. Originally, I was going to take the chili left from Friday and do a 4-way chili with linguini, but DH was EATING IT COLD last night and there wasn't enough of it to make it worth it. And while I was gone picking up pizza, he ate the rest. COLD. I sometimes wonder about men....LOL!

We canceled church due to the weather, so I made a sour cream coffee cake from breakfast. It got yummed down! It's a recipe from Joy of Cooking.

Atleast he liked it enough to eat it cold.
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Atleast he liked it enough to eat it cold.
Oh, mine is the original Midwestern Non-Threatening Chili, LOL! Straight tomato juice, hamburger, onion, green peppper, kidney beans, canned diced tomatoes and chili powder to taste. I didn't even make it very spicy this time...was a little reserved with the chili powder.

I went to the grocery store today (after FINALLY getting my car jump started with my handy jump starting device!) and bought enough groceries to make the following:

Chicken and Linguini with Creamy Tomato Sauce
Spaghetti
Turkey Tetrazzini
Brown Sugar Meatloaf from the All Recipes site...thought I'd try something different!

Plus I have stuff for making breakfast for dinner, grilled cheese and soup night and Hamburger Stroganoff. Enough to carry through the rest of the week until I get my Angel Food on Saturday. Then I'm going to have to come up with ideas for using the stuff I'm getting!
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I'm guessing it is western or northern because I grew up in the southwest and have never heard of it.

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Sounds heavenly. I miss the US so much! There isn't one good restaurant where I live. There isn't much of anything here.

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OK...just a question...Has anyone really tried Fish Tacos like I've seen Rachel Ray make? They just sound yucky to me. Is it just me or am I missing something awesome?
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We are probably going to have Sour Cream Enchiladas. Sooo yummy!
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I'm trying a new recipe for the crockpot. Based on this recipe. I'm using frozen chicken breasts and thighs, 4-5 cloves of garlic, 1 1/2 lemons, a bunch of fresh rosemary, salt & pepper, and 1 c (I think, I didn't measure) white wine. I've never done frozen chicken in the crockpot, but I've read that a lot of people prefer to start with frozen. I hope it cooks all the way through. This is something like I'd normally make in a saute pan and make a white wine/lemon reduction, but this sounded much easier. I hope it tastes good.
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That sounds wonderful. I never know what kind of wine to use. I'm not a drinker so I don't have any sitting around.
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I buy a large bottle of Livingston Chablis to cook with. It's very light and I use it to make sauces (usually for chicken) and spaghetti sauce. "They" always say to use wine you would drink when you cook. This one is inexpensive, light, and tastes fine. Probably not what I would serve to guests, but great to cook with.
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Sounds good, and fairly low-fat, too.
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Tonight is boneless pork chops and a new corn casserole recipe from my Weight Watchers cookbook I got for Christmas!
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Sounds Yummy! You know I'm in the frozen chicken camp. Thawed Chicken only takes 5-6 hours on low to cook and if you need to go all day, it is a little dry and tough after 10 hours.

Wine - I'm a big wine drinker, but some of my bottles are not going to "waste" in a recipe. I prefer to buy the little bottles that are four to a pack.
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I haven't posted in forever!
Anyway, we are having chicken with stuffing.
I hope to get back to cooking after reading all the wonderful recipes that you all share!
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I've eaten them in San Diego and Del Taco has their own version which are adequate when I have a fish taco craving. I think they are yummy!
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