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post #2536 of 2851
Sweet chili sauce in solid form! Awesome!
post #2537 of 2851
Laid back Sunday.

Cowboy Hash:
Ground Beef, Baked Beans, and cheese over a bed of chips. This time I also mixed in some left over Spanish rice.


And made some chocolate chip cookies for a night snack with the wife as per my families tradition.
post #2538 of 2851

That's one of those things I'd not stop eating.  The hash...

 

Excellent.

post #2539 of 2851

Are those corn chips or potato chips? If they're the former, cowboy hash sounds a lot like what we call nachos where I live. I'm guessing there's a more specific definition for that out west. Here pretty much anything with corn chips and meat is some kind of nacho, though usually melted cheese sauce with bits of peppers in it is involved.

post #2540 of 2851
It's corn chips. They only really differ from nachos by the use of baked beans and throwing in any left over food that isnt too crazy. Also you dont melt a bunch of cheese like nachos, I just put some on because I wanted it.
post #2541 of 2851
Cleaning out the pantry and fridge, had a box of Bisquick and some apples, thanks Betty Crocker!

Battered Fruit Rings (Click to show)
12 apple, pear and/or pineapple rings (fresh or canned)*
1 cup Original Bisquick mix
1 egg
1/2 cup milk

  • Heat 10- to 12-inch skillet over medium heat.
  • In large bowl, beat Bisquick mix, egg and milk with whisk until well blended.
  • Dip fruit rings one at a time into batter; place in hot skillet.
  • Cook until deep golden brown on each side (like pancakes). Serve fruit rings with warm maple syrup.
Makes 4 servings.

Mango peach or apricot rings can also be used.
For more flavor, add ground cinnamon to the batter when using apple and/or pear rings.
*To cut fruit rings, core fruit and cut into 1/2-inch-thick slices.


post #2542 of 2851

From the Limburg region of Belgium.

Not quite a Smurfentaart (because this is with powdered cocoa instead of shaved white chocolate).

AppleMark

AppleMark


Edited by Clayton SF - 9/1/13 at 1:04pm
post #2543 of 2851

So when a Smurf farts that's what we get?

post #2544 of 2851
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Originally Posted by Eee Pee View Post

So when a Smurf farts that's what we get?

Thanks, I LMAO.
post #2545 of 2851

I laughed too.  biggrin.gif

post #2546 of 2851

You'd think there'd be more blue involved, though.

post #2547 of 2851
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Originally Posted by Argyris View Post

You'd think there'd be more blue involved, though.

 

I laughed so hard I snorted.

I asked the same questions and this is the explanation:

http://yesshecooks.blogspot.com/2010/03/smurf-pie-as-cute-as-it-is-needs.html

 

Also, it seems that no one outside of a certain region in Belgium has ever heard about this pie either.

post #2548 of 2851
I seriously am going to make that now. Well, I'm going to try.
post #2549 of 2851

move out dorms. go to apartment. wat is fry pan. ok cook egg. ok good rice. ok good noodel. good.

 

i like cook japanese styre curry and flied lice and other asian stuff.

 

i picture it on instagrammes and get likes

 

good

post #2550 of 2851
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Originally Posted by chubristic View Post

i picture it on instagrammes and get likes

Pics, or you're a liar.

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