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    Janice M Guest

    Default Light dinner recipes help!


    Hi everyone,
    For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isnít too much
    preparations to make, and isnít too messy to clean up because there are
    lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and share
    some recipes.




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    Janice M

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    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: Light dinner recipes help!

    Janice M wrote:
    > Hi everyone,
    > For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isnít too much
    > preparations to make, and isnít too messy to clean up because there are
    > lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and share
    > some recipes.


    Rib Eye Steaks tossed on the grill

    Baked potatoes- Wash well, prick with fork, bake at 400 for 45 -60 min
    till nice and crispy. No oil, No foil. Live it up and serve good butter,
    sour cream and chives.

    Tossed Salad- good greens, sliced cherry tomatoes, pitted olives, cukes,
    sliced green onions... simple olive oil and vinegar dressing. No gaggy
    bottled stuff.

    Ice Cream with the fanciest little cookies you can find.

    About as easy a meal as can be!

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    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Light dinner recipes help!


    "Janice M" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Hi everyone,
    > For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isn't too much
    > preparations to make, and isn't too messy to clean up because there are
    > lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and share
    > some recipes.


    How many people are you cooking for? What types of foods do you like?



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    Boron Elgar Guest

    Default Re: Light dinner recipes help!

    On Wed, 15 Dec 2010 11:43:41 +0000, Janice M
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >Hi everyone,
    >For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isnít too much
    >preparations to make, and isnít too messy to clean up because there are
    >lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and share
    >some recipes.



    If it is a causal buffet, get something such as a Honey-Baked ham,
    other cold cuts, deli salads and sides, such as pickles, olives,
    cheeses, and some good rolls and breads.

    If you want more of a hand in it, you make the potato salad or cole
    slaw or scalloped potatoes, or knock yourself out over cookies or a
    coffee cake for dessert.

    If you need any specific guidelines or recipes for any of this, just
    holler.

    Boron

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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: Light dinner recipes help!

    On Dec 15, 3:43*am, Janice M <Janice.M.74e8da8.122...@foodbanter.com>
    wrote:
    > Hi everyone,
    > For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isn t too much
    > preparations to make, and isn t too messy to clean up because there are
    > lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and share
    > some recipes.
    >
    > --
    > Janice M


    Hot dogs, potato chips, Bush's baked beans.

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Light dinner recipes help!

    Janice M <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > Hi everyone,
    > For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isnít too much
    > preparations to make, and isnít too messy to clean up because there

    are
    > lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and

    share
    > some recipes.



    Buy a family size box of Zaterain's jambalaya mix and the required
    pounds of "coiled" Italian sausage (I use hot but mild works, especially
    on the kids.).

    To cook the sausage, in a large pot, squeeze the coil to force the
    inside sausage into the pot and brown like hamburger (until just a
    little pink shows [it will finish cooking in the next stage. Drain and
    set aside momentarily.

    Pour remaining grease out of the pot.

    Next, follow the remaining instructions and measures. (Additional oil
    can be left out for a "lighter version. Don't forget to add the sausage!
    I did that once!

    TIP: To reheat leftovers, add a tablespoon or two to the pot, stirring
    and it'll steam back to life. If it begins to crackle, add a tablespoon
    more water.

    It's not a scratch recipe but it's a one pot meal from start until
    finished.

    Or not.

    Andy

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    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Light dinner recipes help!

    On Dec 15, 5:43*am, Janice M <Janice.M.74e8da8.122...@foodbanter.com>
    wrote:
    > Hi everyone,
    > For an upcoming occasion I want to make something that isn t too much
    > preparations to make, and isn t too messy to clean up because there are
    > lot more thing to do apart from cooking. So please be serious and share
    > some recipes.
    >
    > --
    > Janice M


    Hello, how about some recipes from Europe?

    N.

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