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Old 08-30-2011, 09:27 PM   #691
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I made some crack slaw for dinner tonight and I have some hobo burgers in the oven for tomorrow. I'll post pics of those later. To make the burgers I season a lb of hamburger with my burger seasoning (steak seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika) and a few dashes of hot sauce-I put that on everything. Layer some onions and bell peppers on top and drizzle with olive oil. Wrap in foil and bake at 350 for 30ish mins or in a crockpot on low 6 hours. If you bake them you dont have to wrap in foil. They are soooooo good!! Especially with loaded broccoli (butter, sour cream, bacon bits, and shredded cheese) yum!!
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Old 09-02-2011, 11:08 AM   #692
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Here goes... This is my attempt at cleochatra's rice and enchiladas. They look NOTHING like her's, but they are unbelievably good!


Hi - Where do I get the recipe for these. They look great!
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Old 09-02-2011, 12:16 PM   #693
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Hi - Where do I get the recipe for these. They look great!
Hiya. If you google "Your Lighter Side" and then scroll down the Cinco De Mayo, it's the enchiladas and rice recipes. (these are Cleochatra's recipes)
The only thing I did differently was add chicken thigh meat to the cheese for stuffing the enchiladas. So good!
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How could we NOT love Cleo?? lol

and for you, our favorite blogger / recipe / pic poster!

I have to try the rice and enchiladas... looks super great!!
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Why doesn't white castle pie ever turn out good for me.. LOL
I had to use fresh diced onions to like it, the soup mix just didn't do it for me. I know it uses soup mix to give the white castle taste, but I've never been anywhere near one to try them so I don't know any better!

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Old 09-04-2011, 03:29 PM   #698
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LOL me either Annne! well maybe I will try it with fresh onion then..
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I'm new. Just started last Monday. This thread has given me a lot of ideas



Cherry "fluff"



Broiled ribeye, faux potatoes, sauted spinich



Almond coconut chewy cookies

I know that coconut is not on the induction list. But hubby was craving something with texture and he is a "sweets" person. I always joke that Little Debbie is his mistress. But it was better then letting him in the kids banana bread.
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I'm new. Just started last Monday. This thread has given me a lot of ideas



Cherry "fluff"



Broiled ribeye, faux potatoes, sauted spinich



Almond coconut chewy cookies

I know that coconut is not on the induction list. But hubby was craving something with texture and he is a "sweets" person. I always joke that Little Debbie is his mistress. But it was better then letting him in the kids banana bread.
everything looks GREAT!! And welcome!
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Old 09-07-2011, 05:39 PM   #701
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I just realized why I keep coming back to this thread, even though I'm way out of induction.

One, I'm not interested any of the million low carb knock offs of high carb sweets that flood the recipe board. I want real food recipes, something I can make a meal out of!

Two, I'm also not interested in buying 20 different kinds of sweeteners, 10 different kinds of 'flours' (things like carbquick, wheat isolate, etc) - that also are included in the majority of the things posted in the recipe board. That stuff gets expensive, and I can't justify spending $9 on 1lb of almond flour (just one example!)
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Old 09-09-2011, 09:01 AM   #702
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We love Cleo!!
I love you. Plus a googel. Times 3.

And Summer-- I agree with you It's like a fine chef once said, "You can be the most amazing chef in the world, but the test of a true master is whether or not he can make a terrific grilled cheese sandwich."

It's all about the basics. Solid foundations. Life, liberty and the pursuit of porn rind and cauliflower bases. Though not necessarily together...

Here is one of my latest faves. My meatballs with pan-cooked zucchini and my marinara. So freaking easy and delicious.
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Old 09-09-2011, 09:02 AM   #703
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I didn't post lunch from last week, either! Macho nacho platter (sans the chips and the guilt):

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Cleo your lime bars look amazing....who knew you could make your sweetened condensed milk.. I had to cut and paste that recipe into my folder!! LOL thank you..
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You're welcome! I am a baker at heart, so whenever I can find a substitute to help others, I do it. I want everyone to feel like a success in the kitchen, and it starts with the basics. To me, a sweetened, condensed milk recipe for low carbers is one of those basics. I'm so glad you like it!
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Old 09-09-2011, 01:15 PM   #706
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Almond coconut chewy cookies

I know that coconut is not on the induction list. But hubby was craving something with texture and he is a "sweets" person. I always joke that Little Debbie is his mistress. But it was better then letting him in the kids banana bread.
Mmm I would like to try the almond coconut chewy cookies. Can I have the recipe please? Thanks so much!
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:09 PM   #707
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Mmm I would like to try the almond coconut chewy cookies. Can I have the recipe please? Thanks so much!
Here you go. I posted it in the recipe forum.
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That doesn't work for me. Can you post it here please?
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I couldn't get the link to work either.
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Old 09-11-2011, 09:15 AM   #711
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Bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers


Linda's Stir-fried basil chicken (sans xanthum gum +mushrooms)


Pork rind fried chicken with a side of Linda's Better than Boston Market Creamed Spinach.
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Yummy chewy little cookie that is so good. It like a cross between a macaroon and a meringue cookie!

Ingredients:
2 egg whites
1/2 tsp cream of tarter
1/4 tsp Almond extract
2 tbs agave necter
2 packets splenda
1/2 cup unsweetened coconut flakes or shredded

How To Prepare: Combine all ingredients except for the coconut in mixer. Mix on high speed for 2-3 min until stiff peaks form. Fold in coconut. Drop by spoonfuls onto parchement/ baking paper that has been sprayed with nonstick spray. (I used foil with spray and they stuck). Back in warm oven 150-175 for 1 1/2 hours. The cookies are done when they are dry when you touch them. Let cool before trying to remove from paper.
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Old 09-15-2011, 01:26 AM   #713
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I just realized why I keep coming back to this thread, even though I'm way out of induction.

One, I'm not interested any of the million low carb knock offs of high carb sweets that flood the recipe board. I want real food recipes, something I can make a meal out of!
Two, I'm also not interested in buying 20 different kinds of sweeteners, 10 different kinds of 'flours' (things like carbquick, wheat isolate, etc) - that also are included in the majority of the things posted in the recipe board. That stuff gets expensive, and I can't justify spending $9 on 1lb of almond flour (just one example!)
I absolutely know the feeling! Im not spending a ton of money on Netrition just to make recipes... The posters here seem to come up with stuff that is awesome, AND you can buy at a regular grocery store. God Bless our recipe posters!
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That chicken looks amazing!!!
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Old 09-15-2011, 10:04 AM   #715
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That chicken looks amazing!!!
Thanks! I'd really like the thank the person who came up with it. I love it by itself, dipped in ranch or cut up in a salad. Boneless skinless thighs are the way to go.
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Old 09-16-2011, 06:38 AM   #716
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Thanks to you all who share recipes on here! I'm starting induction and always know I can come here for some incredible, eatible real food. Thankyou,Thankyou!
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Old 09-16-2011, 11:16 AM   #717
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meat score.jpg My latest porn is my pile o deliciousness from the local butcher. I love all of the white paper!

tuna steaks.jpg Also grilled tuna steaks. (click images for larger size)

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Cleo, am I blind..but where is the link to your blog...I am looking for a good ground beef recipe....and I know you must have a good one..
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Cleo, am I blind..but where is the link to your blog...I am looking for a good ground beef recipe....and I know you must have a good one..
you have to try her chilli! it is so good

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Why thank you so much Jessrose!!! Your a doll...I am going to look for the chili recipe right now..
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