Discussion in 'Good Eats' started by Bengal B, Apr 1, 2004.
Probably the same thing as the rest of us: Surf the web and post on TigerFan
Actually, my 13-year-old has been making dinner a couple of nights a week since last year. Her best dish is tortellini alfredo. She uses pre-made pasta but can do the sauce from scratch. She also makes a great crusty mac and cheese which is especially good with chicken added and is adding spaghetti and meatballs to the menu this year. She loves to cook.
There is your answer for the next five years or so. Term slavery.
You bet, but hey, whatever gets me by, right? After I have an empty nest, it's a moot point anyway. I won't be dashing out of the house the minute I get home from work to get to the dance studio or the band concert or the softball game/practice or the drama performance.
I'll look for her on the Food Channel in a few years when she is a big star as The Dancing Chef
Today's episode: Rockin' With Ravioli. Tune in next week for Macarena With Marinades
You might be holding your burger the wrong way
That is about the stupidest thing I've ever seen. If things are sliding off your burger, then you are putting too much shit on your burger. If your burger is dripping, then wrap the bottom half in a napkin. If the burger is too large to hold, cut the friggin' thing in half.
Y'all want great homemade burgers try this...
la Choy teriyaki sauce
a Lipton onion soup mix
diced red bell pepper
Mix everything up evenly, form your burger patties, then throw on the grill and cook to your liking.
Hmmm. I have always failed at burgers with veggies inside. I either overcook it or it's an undercooked mess. I can find no sweet spot.
But I like the idea of pepper and pineapple. I can griddle them and put 'em on a proper burger and cook them all the right way.
Red pepper yes. Pineapple, no thanks.