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Old 01-19-2011, 04:37 PM   #2041
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Thank you so much for the compliment! I'm glad you liked it!




I'm also glad to hear that you liked the curry in a hurry!
The recipe for the three cheese enchilada bake is here

Thank you so much I will trying that one too you this is such a big help
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:41 PM   #2042
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im here still.. cant figure out why my new camera card wont register in my computer.. as soon as i fix the problem i'll have a little photo bomb for ya
Oooooohhhh! Can't wait!
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:42 PM   #2043
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You're !!!!!!
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Old 01-19-2011, 11:14 PM   #2044
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Chocolate cream soda!


Chopped caprice salad


moose steak smothered in onions & shrooms, cheesy frenched green beans, shiritake fettuccine alfredo


moose steak smothered in onions & shrooms, tossed salad w/ homemade balsamic basil vinegarette


baked chicken w/ cumin & tumeric, creamed asparagus
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Old 01-20-2011, 09:35 AM   #2045
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Awlass you're back! Everything looks great! How did you make your chocolate cream soda??
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:05 PM   #2046
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OMG the Cheeseburger pie was so good now I am going to try it with the breakfast Sausage this weekend so I can have breakfast ready to go for next week. Love all the great things I have tried so far going to try some more.
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:15 PM   #2047
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sf chocolate sauce, hwc, soda water (club soda). chocolate isnt the best taste... vanilla though is just like cream soda.. wish i had a fruity sf syrup..
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So, how many would you normally eat at once? 1-2? This looks like it would be good for a Texas Muffin pan size, where the muffin looks like twice the size of a normal muffin. I have some silicone bakeware (love it) this would be perfect for.
I eat one regular sized muff. But...U Texans can EAT those big ones!
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:38 PM   #2049
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:40 PM   #2050
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Rbenz, I love hot, pickled carrots from a can!
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Old 01-20-2011, 02:28 PM   #2051
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What? You dont likey my mod Styrofoam plates??
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I eat one regular sized muff. But...U Texans can EAT those big ones!
LOL (not me!). Was just curious how filling they are. I think that about answered it! lol.
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Rbenz, how did you make the huevos rancheros????

All the pics look delish and making me hungry!
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Oooohhhh what is that!? It looks really fancy and yummy!
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Old 01-21-2011, 03:06 PM   #2056
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Oooohhhh what is that!? It looks really fancy and yummy!
CUPCAKES!!!

Got the idea from cleo's "cake".. I made 3 oz meatloaf cupcakes, and "frosted" them with cauli-mash.. Freaking awesome! Got out the star tip and the piping bag even lol..

I like to play with my food
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CUPCAKES!!!

Got the idea from cleo's "cake".. I made 3 oz meatloaf cupcakes, and "frosted" them with cauli-mash.. Freaking awesome! Got out the star tip and the piping bag even lol..

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WOW! They look great!
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What are these and how can I make them? I MUST HAVE THEM!!! Are they "induction friendly?"
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MMM! Looks delish! The carrots aren't induction friendly, though! Not to confuse any of the newbies
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What are these and how can I make them? I MUST HAVE THEM!!! Are they "induction friendly?"
Just meatloaf topped with cauli-mash.

Mixed meat, soy sauce, spices, chopped veggies (onion, zucchini etc) and an egg.. Made fist sized balls and cooked in cupcake pan.. put creamy cauli-mash on top!
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Hi All: I am returning to the lc lifestyle and I need to know what HWC is when I see it in a recipe. Thanks for your help.
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turkey soup (to use up leftovers)

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ok, i cooked up a giant turkey, and im the only one in the house that eats it!! (bought it last thxgiving, it had to get used)
ive picked it off the bone and packaged it into 3-4 oz packages and most went into the freezer...
sooo... gimme your turkey recipes ladies!
Awlass,
Just after Xmas, we had too much turkey leftover and I was beginning induction so I threw together this soup to use it up and everyone in the house LOVED it.

In the stock pot:
de-boned turkey leftovers
green beans
onion
celery
chicken broth
3T salsa

I know green beans aren't IF for everyone but in the soup, they were minimal per serving..also, the salsa gave it just the kick it needed without all the carbs found in canned diced tomatoes
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I have a question - and I promise to contribute photos to this thread as soon as I figure out how to get photos off my droid...

How do you rice cauliflower? I have a ricer and when I tried it nothing really riced, it just mashed up (very nicely). Do you have to cook it almost to mush status?

I'd love love love to try some of the "rice" dishes...
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I have a question - and I promise to contribute photos to this thread as soon as I figure out how to get photos off my droid...

How do you rice cauliflower? I have a ricer and when I tried it nothing really riced, it just mashed up (very nicely). Do you have to cook it almost to mush status?

I'd love love love to try some of the "rice" dishes...

The only way I've trid to rice cauliflower is to shred it raw. I use an ancient salad shooter, but those who live in the 21st century could use a shredding disc on their food processor. If you're limited to a hand grater, I would suggest shredding it directly from the head of cauliflower to avoid skinned knuckles, instead of trying to do individual florets.

Then I cook it lightly until it's a rice texture - not mushy. I usually make a "fried rice" so that I can more easily control how well done it is.
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I too would love to see the mousse recipe. Please? It looks so yummy & is one of my favorite things!!!
I make mine like this:
1/2C HWC
1T dark cocoa
1T splenda
1/2 tsp vanilla extract

put in magic bullet in that order, buzz buzz, done
then add a dollop of cool whip and enjoy
it is so filling and satiating that I usually only eat a few spoons of it
THEN, I put the 'lid' back onto it, refridge overnight, the just add coffee to the rest in the a.m. for a creamy mocha latte (fill with coffee, put the 'lid' back on and shake and it is done)
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How do you rice cauliflower? I have a ricer and when I tried it nothing really riced, it just mashed up (very nicely). Do you have to cook it almost to mush status?
I put it in the food processor raw until its small bits, then pop in the microwave for a minute. it steams quickly and you dont break it up too bad.
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thank you both!! I was trying to rice frozen cauliflower right after steaming.

I am so trying the food processor soon....
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i guess if you thawed the frozen and chopped it roughly, or chopped it when its still frozen to get uniform pieces it might work..
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Could you not use flavoring of your choice....almond with banana, strawberry with almond, vanilla and banana? I have also seen pineapple extract....hazlenut, etc. Victoria
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Probably use jerk spices, right?? Maybe a jerk chicken crack salad would be good! hmm.. I'll have to try this some time!



I have this ginormous bag of EAS vanilla protein powder, that I got when I was preggo. I hate hate hate the flavor of it.. But its pretty good in bread recipes..

I was thinking to make some protein shakes, so I could mix up my breakfast routine every now and then.. Im getting pretty danged bored of minute muffins (would be so much better if I could add a little fruit or nuts! dried cranberries or fresh blueberries, maybe even banana nut! alas.. I can only dream).

Obviously I cant add strawberries, or peanut butter.. So what are my options for a tasty shake that is induction friendly??

50 points to the person who names the winning combo hehe..

Unfortuneatly I don't have any davinci's or equivalent.. And Hershey's cocoa powder is so danged bitter I dont know how to use it without wanting to step in front of an 18-wheeler on I-10 to put me out of my misery...


Oh, and FYI... Safeway is having a sale on fresh (frozen) medium shrimps. $5.99 for a 2 lb bag (usually is $12.00!) limit 2.. Maybe its just in my area, but check it out!
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