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What are your favorite recipes?

frenzy5

Recruit
5 Year Member
i'll have to practice some of these to get em down by the time the season finally gets here. new snacks for CELTICS games...hopefully all the way to june.
 

Squatchsker

Offseason Cancelled
10 Year Member
Doritos

Buy bag

Open Bag

consume

wipe orange stuff on the cat so the wife wonders what is wrong with her.
 

Patently Husker Red

Scout Team
10 Year Member
This is such an awesome idea.

I thought I'd try to add another (awesome idea).

I don't suppose someone with more ability (and time) could cull through the old posts here (and on that other site we used to congregate on) for the many recipes that have already been posted, and repost them in this forum?

I recall reading many great recipes that I wanted to try, but didn't bookmark them or anything...now we can just put them here.

I recall Pops having one about smoked trout or something...anyway...that would be awesome if some one cold do it....:thumbsup: ;)
 
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chunbob

Junior Varsity
5 Year Member
This is such an awesome idea.

I thought I'd try to add another (awesome idea).

I don't suppose someone with more ability (and time) could cull through the old posts here (and on that other site we used to congregate on) for the many recipes that have already been posted, and repost them in this forum?

I recall reading many great recipes that I wanted to try, but didn't bookmark them or anything...now we can just put them here.

I recall Pops having one about smoked trout or something...anyway...that would be awesome if some one cold do it....:thumbsup: ;)
I'd think that problem will take care of itself. If you post a recipe once, you'll post it again. The good stuff is piling up fast, I'd say do a screenshot on every recipe you like, before too long they'll cycle off and you'll be saying, "Now how did that go?"

Great idea for a forum, unfortunately we'll all gain ten pounds.
 

CombatTargeteer

Husker Immortal
5 Year Member
Beef Tips.

2 cans of Cambells cream of mushroom soup.
1 cup of sprite
1 package of liptons onion dry soup mix
mix together.
add 1 1/2 lbs of stew meat.

cook at 275 to 300 for 4 hrs.

serve over rice or egg noodles.

You can thank me later.
RA, we're going to try this tomorrow
 

CombatTargeteer

Husker Immortal
5 Year Member
Beef Tips.

2 cans of Cambells cream of mushroom soup.
1 cup of sprite
1 package of liptons onion dry soup mix
mix together.
add 1 1/2 lbs of stew meat.

cook at 275 to 300 for 4 hrs.

serve over rice or egg noodles.

You can thank me later.
Here we are two hours into the receipe:

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CombatTargeteer

Husker Immortal
5 Year Member
Beef Tips.

2 cans of Cambells cream of mushroom soup.
1 cup of sprite
1 package of liptons onion dry soup mix
mix together.
add 1 1/2 lbs of stew meat.

cook at 275 to 300 for 4 hrs.

serve over rice or egg noodles.

You can thank me later.
and this after the first stirring:

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CombatTargeteer

Husker Immortal
5 Year Member
i am so pumped! I hope you like it.
ra, it was outstanding. I met our demanding criteria; simple to make and wonderful to eat! Already added to the family receipe keeper binder.

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redarmy

Starter
5 Year Member
sweet. Looks like it came out right. Glad you liked it. If you liked that and are a fan of sour cream, try the other one I posted today. You will love that as well.
 

CombatTargeteer

Husker Immortal
5 Year Member
sweet. Looks like it came out right. Glad you liked it. If you liked that and are a fan of sour cream, try the other one I posted today. You will love that as well.
RA, just had half of the remaining beef tips for supper. They were better than the first cooking. The flavor has just permeated everything. Can't wait for the last of the seconds. Not a bad receipe for three very good meals for two. Thanks, again.
 

JeffYinPapio

Recruit
5 Year Member
RA, we too just tried the beef tips yesterday. Actually marinated them overnight and then put it on the slow cooker on low all day while we worked. It made the day fly by as we were looking forward to coming home to a delicious meal. It didn't disappoint! Ended up finishing off the leftovers at lunch today. Great job and thanks for the recipe!
 

redarmy

Starter
5 Year Member
RA, we too just tried the beef tips yesterday. Actually marinated them overnight and then put it on the slow cooker on low all day while we worked. It made the day fly by as we were looking forward to coming home to a delicious meal. It didn't disappoint! Ended up finishing off the leftovers at lunch today. Great job and thanks for the recipe!
wow. 2 for 2! I am glad you liked them. Thanks for the input. I bet they were tender if you slow cooked them all day.
 
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