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Cooking with the Lazy Bastard

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by TSGB, Jun 2, 2006.

  1. TSGB

    TSGB 1 ton status

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    Tonight's meal:

    Chili Cocksucker
    • One large casserole dish
    • 3-6 cans chili
    • Cheeses of your choice
    • Frozen potato product of your choice (hashbrowns, tater tots, fries, etc.)
    This is a six-layer dish, so use your own judgement when preparing. Spread one layer of chili across the bottom of the dish, followed by a layer of potato, and a sprinkling of cheese. When I say sprinkling, I mean a half a loaf. On top of this throw down another layer of chili, potato, and cheese. If you want something fancy on the top, now's the time to do it. Once you have everything laid out, toss it in the oven at 375* for 30-60 minutes. Again, use your own judgement, the numbers will change if your potatoes are thawed, and depending on the size of your dish. It's done when the potato in the middle is cooked.

    When you pull this out, it's wise to let it sit until the chili is done bubbling. Ask me how I know. :doah:

    It's called Chili Cocksucker, because the next day, you stumble around holding your belly, muttering profanities including, but not limited to: ****, ****, ****, piece of ****, damn chili, ****ing cocksucker.



    Enjoy!
     
  2. Corey 78K5

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    :haha: :haha: :haha: Need to print that out and put in the Wifes recipe book for Her to find at a later date:D
     
  3. Z3PR

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    That sounds so good I kyped it and sent it into my editor (Note; I did NOT take credit for it) too be sent out in one of "The Biker's Trading Post" newsletters.
     
  4. TSGB

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    Mmmmm......grease :bow:
     
  6. TSGB

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    It's so good...
     
  7. TSGB

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    Hey Z, did that ever get into that newsletter? Making it again tonight, and remembered something about that.
     
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    man.. that's making me hungry.. I'll have to try it! Perhaps I'll change the name if I serve it to other people and whatnot :laugh:
     
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    It sure did. Haven't heard any comments back about it, and I haven't had the chance too make a batch myself, but it does sound quite good.
     
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    I have a tasty recipe using chopped potatoes in the cube form, mix about 1/2 container or full container of sour cream, about 3 to 4 cups of cheese(your choice) I mix it up velveeta, Swiss, cheddar etc. then put it in a casserole dish grab a box of frosted flakes or corn flakes spread that over the top of cheese and taters, then layer more cheese on top of that. I think that's my favorite thing to make. Its what happens when that's all you have left in your fridge is cheese sour cream, taters, and corn flakes.
     
  11. TSGB

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    I'm not a sour cream fan, so that's out.

    Reminds me, ever had stuffed hashbrowns? Browns with a wad of cheese and a bunch of sour cream in the middle, garnished with whatever crap you have in the door of your fridge. I hate it, but everyone else seems to dig it.
     
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    ahhh bachlor life. Hopefully i'll be fully experiencing it soon...
     
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    Making this for the woman's parents tomorrow. :D
     
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    mmmmm i gotta try this
     
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    holy thread dredge...!!!!


    zeeper !!!!:haha::haha::haha:
     
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    You must really want to make a bad impression.....especially to her mom since her dad will properly fumigate the house :haha::haha::haha:
     
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    Nice dredge. I think that first post gave me wood.
     

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