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Old 5th March 2011, 10:30 PM   #281
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Then noodles, Ricotta and Cottage cheese mix and a wet Marinara style sauce for moisture.
then noodles and a layer of cheese.
Voila!
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Old 5th March 2011, 10:31 PM   #282
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And, if you have friends coming over...make two

Phew! that's a lot of work - time for a beer.
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Old 5th March 2011, 10:34 PM   #283
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Easy peazy.
Easy my ***
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Easy my ***
Ditto.

Close to two hours, start to serve.
(and then the cleaning. For lasagna, i can't bring myself to make the dough sheets myself anymore)

The mussles and beans look good (and the Iko-F is hauled in)
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Next up - spareribs. They're on sale now so my honey bought 8 racks. With ribs it's always a new venture as I can never remember how I did them last time. Tonight:

Grill them for a bit on the Q.
Baste them in liquid smoke, let dry, baste them in Worcestershire, let dry
Baste them in dark soy and while still wet add your favourite seasonings
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Old 6th March 2011, 01:00 AM   #286
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Lay out some foil, add green onions, garlic, sugar, dark beer and a splash of rum.
Wrap with the good side down, semi loosely.
Bake with your lasagna. They should take about the same time. OK to broil them for a few minutes at the end if you need.

Cheers, back to beer now. I'm getting really thirsty again and I haven't made salad yet
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OK, I win something. Things went well with the ribs, lasagna and salad. The mushrooms are there so I don't lose cheese to the aluminum foil cover.

I get extra kisses later, so I hear. No more posting tonight I guess.

Cheers.
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BBQ chicken and (oven) chips. I know it's nothing as fancy (or healthy) as what's gone before, but I'm a teenager that's never really been into cooking, but this one I can do...

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Sauce:
Dice half an onion, and a clove of garlic (use a hand blender if you prefer a smooth sauce). Fry until soft, then add tomato ketchup (it works, okay?), a little soy sauce, some brown sugar, herbs of your choice, a little chilli powder if you prefer something with a kick. A little olive oil can help, too.
Heat, stir occasionally. Try it now and again and add different things from the above list until you've got it how you like it.
Pour over nearly-cooked chicken pieces (I do them in the oven), turn the temperature down a little and let the sauce soak in while it cooks. When the sauce has thickened, ensure your chicken has cooked then go enjoy.

Also works for BBQ ribs.

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Old 10th March 2011, 01:13 AM   #290
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Hey tinitus, what type of cheese is on there? Or is it butter?

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