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Sloppy Joes!!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by sled_dog, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. sled_dog

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    Thats what I made for dinner. I've been cooking for myself almost every night since I moved to Blairsville. Most of the other guys talk about McDonald's or the Ramen noodles they had for dinner, me nah I made myself some nice chopped chicken breast with a garlic rice thing. Now I just need to work on eating a little healthier. Oh and I have Adam Sandler's Sloppy Joe song stuck in my head now.
     
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    I enjoy cooking. Think I'll make some ring ballona with fried potatos for lunch tomorrow.
     
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    i use to cook and enjoy it. Pretty good at it too. But got married and quit since i worked and she not. Also see the not in other thread about don't be to good at something you don't want to do all the time. So i tried to make biskets the other day and they came out hard but not as a brick. One day I'll try agian.
     
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    my dad taught me that one a while ago. When my parents were fairly newlyweds they were repainting a room. He made a HUGE mess, and wasn't allowed to paint for a long time. Then one day he decided to paint the walls in one of the homes we rent out instead of waiting for mom to do it. She saw and now he paints everything ;). Sadly I shared that trick with the one I love so she knows, :mad: being friends first has some disadvantages I guess.
     
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    I love cooking, my mom and I could 80% of the time, and my sister cooks 20% of the time.
     
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    Yep, cooking is awesome. I fry chicken and make cheeseburgers all day at a college cafeteria so it's nice to come home and cook a real meal once in a while.[​IMG] One of these days I'll make some really nice burgers (maybe steal Stave's recipe).
     
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    I must be the only Neanderthal on here. My wife says she always knows when I cook because of the smoke. Cooking/Dancing - not talents I am gifted with. I'll just drag my knuckles back into my cave now.
     
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    There.... That's better.
     
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    I guess you haven't been around long enough to catch the story a million times. I have one she just lives far away. Someday I will get my ass out of the kitchen.

    Or be like my dad, he cooks 90% of the time at home cause mom is a workaholic. That and hes hungry by 4:30 or 5 and she doesn't get home till 6.
     
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    i can cook a mean grilled cheese sandwich, thats about it tho, i burn everything else
     
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    I skipped lunch today so I could start losing the winter layer, then the trains were messed up, so now I'm stuck starving my arse off on a train going 5 mph, with another 60 miles to go... I should *NOT* have read this thread...


    You and me both... Man does not live on Cheetos alone...
     
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    If you fall asleep while hard boiling eggs and let all the water boil out of the pot, the eggs will explode. Spray pattern is slightly wide, range is about 8 feet.

    That is what I know about cooking.:o

    I admire men who can cook. And any who want to try new recipes are welcome to do so at my house...:D
     
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    i've been cooking almost 30 years. it started when mammy and pappy got a divorce when i was 10. dadum's worked afternoons so my brother and i had to learn. i try to make every new recipe i find. most of that stuff is expensive.:mad: there isn't much i haven't cooked.:saweet: :saweet:
     
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    I cook for a living

    I have Pattymelts down to an art, I need speacial equiptment to make them now
     
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    what do you need????:)
     
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    Two pound waffled press weight, 8" lid, custom cut and ground turner, reverse arc serrated sandwich knife

    A 16" industrial slicer if you count the onions
     
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    Rj doesn't know what he is talking about, he is the assistant for making the pattymelts. His assisting is an art. My cooking is the art. :grin:
     
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    lol


    steve made a joke





    and it was funny:haha::haha::haha::haha::haha::haha:

    10 bonus points
     
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    I have lots of points now:)
     
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