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[quote="~Julie~"]Last night I made sloppy joes (not the can stuff yuk!)

So you make your own? Care to share the recipe?? :mrgreen:[/quote]

There are so many different versions of sloppy joes, here is mine:
(I dont measure anything)

Hamburger (as much as whatever kind you prefer)
onion (chopped)
green pepper (chopped)
salt and pepper
(cook the above ingredients then add the rest, simmering on med-low heat)
ketchup (alot)
a little mustard
worcestershire sauce (a little)
1 tablespoon white vinegar
brown sugar to taste

The way i do it is I add all those ingredients and then taste it and add more of any the above ingredients until it tastes just right :D

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[quote="Bakershalfdozen"]Hee-hee! LAF lives on pizza :frog

We will have pizza tomorrow - we usually have pizza on Friday night.

we do to usually but hey I felt lazy :lol:[/quote]



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May I suggest a very tasty cheese, broccoli and chicken (white meat) casserole.

I don't have the recipe's ingredient quantities on the top of my head, but it's very generic and quite easy to throw together. :D


Fresh or frozen broccoli florets

1 can cream of chicken soup

Extra Sharp Cheddar cheese

Precooked and chunked chicken white meat

Toasted bread cubes.

Salt, pepper, and seasonings ( I prefer celery salt with poultry recipes) to individual taste.

My wife and daughter just throw it together and cover the whole thing with cheese, and put into the oven for about an hour. There isn't anything mission-critical about any of the ingredients.

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[quote="LAF"][quote="Bakershalfdozen"]Hee-hee! LAF lives on pizza :frog

We will have pizza tomorrow - we usually have pizza on Friday night.

we do to usually but hey I felt lazy :lol:[/quote]



Hmm seems you got some blinkies?

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BTW, here is an easy lasagna recipe...

Again, I don't measure :roll: :oops:

1 regular-size jar of Prego spaghetti sauce with Italian sausage in it.

1/2 lb. ground beef

1 16 oz. box of lasagna noodles

1 8 oz. carton of ricotta or cottage cheese

1 egg

Enough mozarella to make yourself happy. :mrgreen: (Apply pneu-engine's Moore's law here) :lol:

Cook the noodles according to package directions.

Brown the ground beef. Stir into sauce.

Beat the egg and stir into the ricotta or cottage cheese.

Spread a thin layer of the sauce mixture on the bottom of a square baking dish.

On top of that first layer of sauce follow this pattern for layering: noodles, sauce, cheeses; noodles sauce, cheeses, noodles, sauce, cheeses, etc. Eventually you will run out of noodles or space. :lol: Just make sure the cheese comes out on top.

Cover with foil and cook for about 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Then take the foil off and cook for a few more minutes to let the cheese brown.

Here's a little tip: spray the foil with cooking spray so the cheese doesn't stick to it while cooking. Also, you can cut the noodles to fit your pan. I suggested trying this in a square pan instead of the normal 9x13 because there are only 2 of you.

Try it and have fun!

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Julie, your Itlaian chicken and peppers with angel hair pasta sounds delicious. Could you post the recipe?

Last night we had lasagna, garlic toast and salad.

[u][b]Italian Chicken & Peppers[/b][/u]
[i]Ingredients:[/i]1-2 whole chicken breasts (depending on size of family), cut in 1" cubes
1 green pepper, cut in strips
1/2 onion or less, cut in strips
olive oil
1 clove garlic, minced or you can use garlic powder
salt & pepper
1 jar of your favorite spaghetti sauce
1 pkg angel hair pasta
finely shredded mozzarella cheese
parmesan cheese
cook chicken (add salt, pepper and garlic)in small amt of olive oil until almost done; add onions and peppers and saute until chicken is completely done and peppers and onions are soft; add spaghetti sauce and simmer until heated through. Cook pasta as directed (angel hair cooks very fast-- dont over cook or you will end up with a gooey mess). Drain pasta and add a little butter to keep it from getting sticky. Serve sauce mixture on top of pasta; add both cheeses on top (as much or little as you want).

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To LAF, yes , I make my own lasagna. My husband only likes my recipe. I like the frozen varieties, but have to please my man. One thing I do that saves alot of time is to buy "oven ready" lasagna that requires no boiling.

To Julie, Thank you for posting the recipe I requested. It sounds delicious and I am definitely going to try it.

Our lunch yesterday was chili chip bake (a Mexican casserole) and taco rice.

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Well I felt puny today. I have been very nauseous the last two days. I think it is the water, we are under a boil order and I didn't know it.

Chunky beef soup and poured it over egg noodles and we had turkey and cheese sandwich

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Sunday night I made Crescent Chicken Squares. Since I live along I'm still eating it :-) But it's yummy.

1 package cream cheese
3 TBsp. butter (divided)
Salt & Pepper to taste (I used Garlic Salt & Pepper)
2 cups cooked chicken, cubed
1/4 - 1/2 cup minced onion (your preference)
1 1/2 cans of crescent rolls

Mix 2 Tbsp. of butter and all of cream cheese until smooth. Add seasonings, chicken, and onion and mix well.

Roll out crescent rolls - but don't separate them all the way. Leave them in rectangles (2 triangles) and press the preforation to seal it. Place heaping spoonfuls of cream cheese mixture on each rectangle. Bring 4 corners to top and twist to seal. Use remaining butter to lightly coat top of cresecent rolls.

Bake at 350 for 20 - 25 minutes.

The recipe oringially called for only 1 can of crescent rolls, but I found that I had extra mixture leftover, so I used my small can (half size) to make 2 extra squares.

Serves 6.


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