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« Topic Start: April 26, 2007, 08:44:56 pm »

Cut it up into bite-sized chunks and perforate, then place in a shallow container with a marinade.  I've tried two so far, balsamic and teriyaki.  Both are quite good in their own way.

Puree five pounds of Roma tomatoes, and set them to simmer down.  Once they have reached a nice, moderately thick consistency, add chopped onion, garlic and whatever.  Probably a lot of folks like mushrooms.  Add the meat.

Raise the heat for an hour to cook the meat, then lower it to a low simmer and let the sauce thicken.

Boil spaghetti noodles (al dente).

Put together and add oregano and Parmesan cheese.

Devour.

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« Reply #1: April 27, 2007, 08:37:15 pm »

Cut it up into bite-sized chunks and perforate, then place in a shallow container with a marinade.  I've tried two so far, balsamic and teriyaki.  Both are quite good in their own way.

Puree five pounds of Roma tomatoes, and set them to simmer down.  Once they have reached a nice, moderately thick consistency, add chopped onion, garlic and whatever.  Probably a lot of folks like mushrooms.  Add the meat.

Raise the heat for an hour to cook the meat, then lower it to a low simmer and let the sauce thicken.

Boil spaghetti noodles (al dente).

Put together and add oregano and Parmesan cheese.

Devour.

Enjoy.











(WHAT are you looking at?  Have you never seen a horse eat spaghetti before???)


Sounds oK, espesally the onions, galic, and WHATEVER.     Problem is for 2 people that's a lot of food, more than 2 meals each.
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« Reply #2: April 28, 2007, 08:15:53 am »


Sounds oK, espesally the onions, galic, and WHATEVER.     Problem is for 2 people that's a lot of food, more than 2 meals each.

Yup!  I'm still enjoying mine. Smiley

If ya wanna cook one meal at a time, cut down the portions.  Lot of work for one meal, from my standpoint - it's just me and the cat, and he doesn't like Italian. Wink
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Sounds oK, espesally the onions, galic, and WHATEVER.     Problem is for 2 people that's a lot of food, more than 2 meals each.

I consider that a bonus--makes lunch for us the next day too.  Grin  Although I might cut it back a little bit anyway, because mostly for us 2 meals out of one recipe is plenty.  (After that, Hubby tends to start going, "What, that again?")  Thanks, Warhorse!
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« Reply #4: April 28, 2007, 05:46:14 pm »

I consider that a bonus--makes lunch for us the next day too.  Grin  Although I might cut it back a little bit anyway, because mostly for us 2 meals out of one recipe is plenty.  (After that, Hubby tends to start going, "What, that again?")  Thanks, Warhorse!

Buying a big freezer when we first got married is one of the best things Randall and I did. Not only do I get to take advantage of meat sales, but I can make stocks/soups and double meal quantities to freeze for later.
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« Reply #5: April 28, 2007, 06:30:21 pm »

Buying a big freezer when we first got married is one of the best things Randall and I did. Not only do I get to take advantage of meat sales, but I can make stocks/soups and double meal quantities to freeze for later.

*nods*  Hubby and I have been talking about getting a big freezer for ages, but somehow it never quite happens...  Lately, because things have gotten crowded around here and we're not 100% sure where we'd put it, and because suddenly we have a bunch of other stuff we need to get (like, oh, stroller and crib and...), but also it's just one of those things that we seem to never get around to.  Sad   One of these days...
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« Reply #6: April 28, 2007, 07:13:07 pm »

*nods*  Hubby and I have been talking about getting a big freezer for ages, but somehow it never quite happens...  Lately, because things have gotten crowded around here and we're not 100% sure where we'd put it, and because suddenly we have a bunch of other stuff we need to get (like, oh, stroller and crib and...), but also it's just one of those things that we seem to never get around to.  Sad   One of these days...

They're a huge help if you've got a place for it. I went ahead and got a frost free because I knew what Mom when through when she defrosted hers. One thing you want to be sure of is that it comes with a light. Some of the smaller upright freezers don't have them which really strikes me as weird. It's in the garage and packed to the gills...it will be time for an arctic expedition (cleaning/arranging) before too long. Keeping the stuff in order is a big thing because otherwise you never know what you have. Smiley
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« Reply #7: April 29, 2007, 08:15:02 pm »

They're a huge help if you've got a place for it. I went ahead and got a frost free because I knew what Mom when through when she defrosted hers. One thing you want to be sure of is that it comes with a light. Some of the smaller upright freezers don't have them which really strikes me as weird. It's in the garage and packed to the gills...it will be time for an arctic expedition (cleaning/arranging) before too long. Keeping the stuff in order is a big thing because otherwise you never know what you have. Smiley


I would have gotten a freezer long ago but not place to put it.    Basement we have but damp, potential mold problem and smells.  The other half wont let anything that has been down there very long come back to reside in the house. 
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