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malonda82
Sat May 18 2013, 08:41AM


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I'll have to try that sometime.. though I've got a 7 qt crock pot. that would be a very large meatloaf.

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TacosdeTripa
Wed May 22 2013, 02:38AM


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My jesus, Natcha. That looks Fucking delicious.








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malonda82
Tue Jun 25 2013, 08:04PM


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LASAGNA!! One of the most amazing and varying styles of recipes, and one that's relatively simple and extraordinarily delicious!!

Grab some Yummy things:
UNCOOKED lasagna noodles - if you make your own I would half the baking time

1 Large Onion
2 Peppers - Yellow and Red
1 Yellow Squash 1 Large Zuchini
2 large Tomatoes, or one pint of roma tomatoes
2-3 cans tomato paste (6 oz cans are fine - just make sure that it says tomatoes (YES IT'S THAT IMPORTANT)
2 lbs hamburger meat


1 pint cottage or ricotta cheese (if you want to use ricotta you can, but almost everyone whose had my lasagna says it tastes no different or better)
--2 pints is preferable for a larger pan
2-4 eggs
12 oz parmesan cheese can (16 for larger pan)

1 - 1 1/2 lbs of mozzarella cheese sliced relatively thin

Cheese mixture - Spoon stir together cottage cheese, eggs, & 1/2 cup of parmesan

Meat mixture
Mince: Onions, peppers, and partially mince tomatoes (go buy a Ninja they're like $20 at walmart and it takes about 3 seconds to mince these)






Chop: squash, zuchinni

add tomato paste into meat mixture in crock pot - I recommend adding everything but the meat, stir well, then add meat & stir gently)

crumble 1/4 of the meat, the rest ball into 1/2 inch meatballs.. throw the meatballs into a saucepan and cook them just until they're brown on the outside - that will keep them from falling apart.


add 2 bay leaves, lots of oregano, basil, cayenne, salt, pepper, miced garlic, powdered garlic salt, some roasted garlic vinegar and olive oil, about a half cup of water, and whatever else you want to put in it.

Let it cook on low for about 4 hours

You don't need to spray the pan there's enough oil to help it not stick

Place in your pan in this order
-a layer of lasagna noodles
-a layer of cheese mixture
-a layer of meat mixture
-a layer of mozzarella cheese

-a layer of lasagna noodles
-a layer of cheese mixture
-a layer of meat mixture
-a layer of mozzarella cheese

Load on top lots and lots of Parmesan Cheese (don't be afraid to empty the container, the more you put the cheesier it will be.

I LOVE baked cheese, so on top if you can brown it without burning the lasagna, its delicious, just be careful!!


Bake 20-40 minutes depending on size of pan - I use anywhere from 13X9 to 14X19














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Yahoozy
Tue Jul 02 2013, 06:31PM


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THREE-INGREDIENT PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES

One cup peanut butter
One cup sugar
One egg

Preheat oven to 350. Stir ingredients together until it's nice and smooth. Spoon a dozen out onto a baking sheet. Bake for ~10 minutes.

By the way they are goddamn delicious.







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Zelax
Wed Jul 17 2013, 09:41PM


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Kay hooyze i am so trying that







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PossumKing
Thu Jul 18 2013, 04:20PM


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Back during my first year of med school, I started a cooking blog to pass some time and keep myself sane. It encouraged me to experiment, and it gave me something fun to talk about with my classmates. It petered out pretty quickly as I got further into school - I just didn't really have time for it anymore. I haven't updated it in a long time, but I had a couple of recipes in there that I was pretty proud of. Along with a couple that I'm not.

Anyway, this is it: http://feastsandyeasts.blogspot.com/







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DrakeMegrim
Thu Jul 18 2013, 06:33PM


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Your article on antioxidants is hilariously inaccurate. Good job. I can see why you're in med school and not getting a phd in Pharmacognosy.







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PossumKing
Thu Jul 18 2013, 06:49PM


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Been a long time since I looked at that. Educate me!







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Ethan
Wed Sep 04 2013, 10:32PM


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I'm in love with this thread.







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TacosdeTripa
Tue Nov 12 2013, 12:02PM


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Do any of you dirty fucks have a kickass turkey recepie? It falls on me this year and I have m o goddamn clue what I'm doing.







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