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Started by Keith M Waugh. Last reply by Keith M Waugh May 7, 2015.
Baking is a unique part of "Cooking" and requires a different set of skills. If you are a baker, or interested in baking, this is the place for you! Enjoy!Continue
Started by Lee. Last reply by Anna Jernigan Mar 20, 2015.
I've been doing a lot of chatting about cooking in another group, so I decided to stop here and chat. Tonight I am planning to cook Turkey Cutlets as they are in the fridge and need to be cooked today. It will either be Turkey Cutlets with Parmesan Crust by skinnytaste.com or Cutlets with Pan Gravy by TasteofHome. I shopped with my daughter, so I have the seasonings available for both recipes. I will let you know how these come out.
I baked a pecan pie today and tomorrow I'll start my creamy crockpot corn casserole before I go have dinner with my extended family, then it will finish cooking when I get there.
3# Frozen Corn
6 Tablespoons sugar
2 - 8 oz blocks cream cheese
3/4 C milk
1/2 stick of butter
Salt & pepper to taste
Layer 1 bag of corn, then a block of cream cheese cubed, then more corn, cubed cream cheese and finally corn. Sprinkle sugar over corn and add the milk. Cook at least 4 hours on high. Stir after 3 or 3 1/2 hours. YUM!
Anybody cooking anything yummy today? I baked a pumpkin pie and my daughter made no-bake cheesecake. If we do not manage to make anything else for Thanksgiving, we will get dessert!
Oh, I am so sorry to hear about Keith. He was delightful. I wondered why we hadn't seen anything from him or anyone else in this group for a while. Thanks for the update Lisa.
Hello everyone! Long time no commenting. I thought I would pass along a bit of sad news that came to my attention today. Keith Waugh has passed away early in the summer. Here is his obituary. http://harrisondaily.com/obituaries/keith-m-waugh/article_2cba8480-...
He will definitely be missed, especially in this group. He was contributing and adding a lot to it for quite some time, till his health got in the way.
WOW! I didn't know you could buy Crisco in blocks either. I bought a small can to use for cinnamon chip bread (which I still haven't made). Thanks for the tip. Merry Christmas to all.
Happy Christmas Eve Eve everyone! I just baked cookies. These were basic sugar cookies, however things have changed since I have mixed the recipe. I didn't know you can purchase Crisco in blocks, so you can just slice the amount needed! I purchased them and it was easy and not as much dirty to wash. The other new item is the cookie sheet. I purchased one that has ceramic coating, so the cookies do not stick. It was fun to find new things in the store that make life easier.
I made a soup the other day. We used beef stock, frozen vegetables, canned beans, and very little spice. I was looking for my slow cooker recipe book and haven't located it. I remember purchasing it, but have no idea where it has landed. I am ready to pull the slow cooker out and begin using it for soups and such.
I am known for combining leftovers into delicious soups/stews/casseroles.
As I am typing this I'm eating one of those creations... a beef-pasta soup-stew. Soup-stew, you ask? It's a soup with lots of beef/vegetables to which I've added homemade sourdough seasoned croutons for a thickener. A can of mild Rotel and half of a carton of beef stock add the savory flavors that make you keep going back for more!
I haven't listed any details, but if you're interested let me know.
I cooked Chicken Chile last night. I do not add corn, so it looked kind of bland. It was basically chicken, white beans and spice. My husband said I could add peppers for color. What else could I add to my low-carb chile? I do like a bit more color.
I am doing a lot with flat bread. I purchase the whole wheat kind. The other day it was a sort of pizza with Laughing Cow cream cheese on the bread, then chicken, then sliced tomatoes for the top. I also added a little American Cheese as it melts well. My husband liked my creation. I need to do these kind of things more often.
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