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Let Me Cook What's In Your Fridge aka You Hungy, Me Bored

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Ok, let's do Door Knock Dinners for the lazy 12oz retinue.

 

And, what happened to that Gordon Elliot steez? that show was awesome.

 

I'm waiting.

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Guest WebsterUno

FUCK!!! I gotta fart...and Im still at work!!!

 

 

:mad:

 

it feel like a big one too!

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You know, Gordon Elliot, used to have a place on Current Affairs that show with Maury Povich on Fox5, you know the show?

 

No seriously, tell me what's in you're fridge, I'll try to make something of it with stuff that's in my cupboards and quite probably your cupboards. Waste nothing people. Primarily looking for fresh or slightly spoiled ingredients that you don't know what to do with, don't give me ketchup, fish sauce, mustard, mayo, dog food, etc.

 

And I think retinue means a people who happen to be around a certian entity such we to the 12oz.

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apple butter eggs lemonadeicedtea apples cherries grapes mixed chees ham

pizza sauce pizza shell

milk

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Guest WebsterUno

eggs, 4 tamales, 3 pudding cups, 1 crush orange soda,

lettuce, 1 chicken bowl (frozen), left over bar-b-q

(steak, rice, and chicken) corn on the cobb, Tamarind

soda, 2 pale ales (I hope, I havent gone home yet!)

and the usual condiments. Oh, and 1 bottle of banana ketchup!

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Guest WebsterUno

its good on white rice..they have a spicy one too.

 

Its good for egg rolls. Good on most asian foods.

It tastes somewhat like it sounds. Sweet, not salty.

But not too sweet, just good. try it!

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Originally posted by WebsterUno

eggs, 4 tamales, 3 pudding cups, 1 crush orange soda,

lettuce, 1 chicken bowl (frozen), left over bar-b-q

(steak, rice, and chicken) corn on the cobb, Tamarind

soda, 2 pale ales (I hope, I havent gone home yet!)

and the usual condiments. Oh, and 1 bottle of banana ketchup!

 

What the fuck...let me come over...

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Guest WebsterUno

go ahead...theres plenty!

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i11igul-I would say we could make a pizza, but you knew that. cheese souffle (butter, not the fake kind works best here), mock souffle (same problem), apple pie (if you have some flour and crisco. . .again you didn't say butter that would make a better pie), quiche, any of that sound good?

 

Web-banana ketchup? I'm not sure you'd like to part with the tamales or the bbq, so I may leave the tamales alone, I wouldn't know that I could convince you that tamales would be good in something else anyhow. I don't know what the chicken bowl is, and that's probably premade as well. . .you could also have quiche perhaps, salad (duh), a nice rum punch maybe;) , and it sounds like you have the ingredients for a nice mex. soup with tamales.

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Originally posted by Scrabble

DiGourno (sp?)....some jelly, maybe some milk and orange juice.

 

I forgot what is DiGourno. . .Maybe we can make some cream puffs if you come over to websters and bring your milk and jelly.

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I have never tried a quiche...but i would,

if I knew what was in it...what is that thing anyway?

Egg pie?

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Originally posted by 23578

I forgot what is DiGourno. . .Maybe we can make some cream puffs if you come over to websters and bring your milk and jelly.

 

 

frozen pizza, is good. I live off of it.

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Originally posted by WebsterUno

Egg pie?

 

basically

 

You can substitute for the milk, powdered milk, or some stock perhaps or slightly salted water (i think sea salt works best but don't quote me here) and some scrapings from your corn cob; and since you don't have an onion use some powder for flavor. http://www.virtualcities.com/ons/pa/r/para5011.htm

if you don't have the bisquick there are mad other quiche recipes on that sight. happy baking.

 

I almost forgot, I don't know quite how yet but I'd try to make those tamales into the crust maybe instead, and you can use parmasean for cheese almost anytime by halving? the requirement, this depends on the quality of the parm tho.

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Originally posted by Scrabble

frozen pizza, is good. I live off of it.

 

Oh "it's not delivery, it's diGourno", but homemade pizza is so much better. I do like some Tony's once in a while, like once every year, though. Just Ghetto like that.

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i have

[*]grapenuts

[*]spoiled milk

[*]half a head of escarole

[*]some german beer

[*]a bagel (wheat i think)

[*]orange juice

[*]wheat thins

[*]cherries

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we might need to throw some one elses shit in with that too.

Who wants smoothies?:yum:

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mmm, cherry+oj smoothie=yum, mr. yuck. When I was little I took baths, and anything unidentifiable in the bath with I called a yuckle. Yuckles freaked me the fuck out. I really don't know what to do with you're ingredients yuck, if anyone else can help mr. yuck feel free too. Drink beer, and eat wheat thins, make some croutons with the bagel and eat them with the escarole. And, dare I say, throw that milk out.

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