Post by carnation037 on Aug 24, 2002 8:20:26 GMT -6
Welcome greetings to everyone. My name is Linda and I am a new moderator for this category on the board. I have been avidly searching and adding recipes for my own, and some of my friends use, for quite a while now.
Have you been searching and searching for a specific recipe? Well then, you have come to the right place. Just list what it you are looking for, by ingredients, or the name, if known; and we will try our best to find it for you. After the recipe has been found and posted, I will repost it into the correct sub category.
*PLEASE check the other recipes in here before posting. If there is another with the same title as yours, post it if the ingredients, amounts, or directions are different than that which is already posted. Thank you so much for your cooperation.*
I pulled my recipe 'Turkey and Zucchini Parmigiana' from the line-up where I had posted it under the Raw, Chicken, etc. grouping that you have, as I kept getting notices for EVERY new recipe being posted! I had even tried to modify my post so that I 'unchecked' the notify me about replies to this topic, but it didn't help. So I made a copy, deleted it, and put it back on at the top of the first page. Guess you will have to slide it over for me, as I don't want my email filled with so many notices for recipes I didn't even post! I'll just come and check every so often to see the new posts! If anyone has a question about one of my recipes, I am easy to find!
Post by carnation037 on Jan 6, 2003 14:17:05 GMT -6
I use to have mine set up like that too and got all those notices so I modified mine and now I only have one topic I am being notified about. Now I just check in the board when I get the chance during the day. Look at the sections that show a posting for that day and go there. Then I just look at those groups and see if it shows New. Click on the last page in that group and check it out from there. Ok, will slide your recipe for you, no problem.
It is like the 'contact me' button is STUCK on that recipe that I posted! I will just have to make myself ignore the notices for awhile and hope it stops! Weird. Never had that happen before, and as I said I took off the notify me button by modifying the note first, and then deleted it & posted it on the bb the regular way > again not checking the notify me button. I am getting a notice for ALL new recipes!
Hubby is kicking me off my own machine now, as the WINDS last night here knocked out all of their computer lines in Chino. He has to try to work from home! Not fair. We are having a new roof put on too, and the ratta tap tap was bareable keeping my brain engaged on my computer answering email. Now I will just have to crank up the TV to try and drown it out.
Post by carnation037 on Jan 6, 2003 15:13:18 GMT -6
Try this to see if you stop getting the notificaitons:
At the top of all easy cookin screens is a box Look in the light colored line (has home, help, search, members, profile, notificaiton and log in or out) Click on the notfications word That will bring up a screen that lists anything you have asked to be notified of any posts to. Click the boxes you want taken off the list. Then click update notifications.
This is what I did to stop getting so many notifications, so it should work for you.
Sometimes it is rather confusing, but if you play around with things, we find things out. lol.
Post by carnation037 on Jan 6, 2003 15:27:27 GMT -6
Too bad you had to get off! I have been on my computer almost all day today...checking this site and that, my mails. Haven't gotten a thing done around the house at all! Oh well. lol. I am giving serious thought to the suggestion you gave me about breaking up the raw section also by the way things are cooked. I know that will take me a bit of time to do...so don't look for them too soon. And thanks for the suggestion. ttyl
Post by carnation037 on Jan 31, 2003 7:24:58 GMT -6
April, Yes, the ostrich would be a poultry recipe so you should post that in this section of the board. Well, the venison recipes are being posted in beef and that is wild game, so I would think you could post the rabbit in there, or you could post in this poultry section, as if it is cooked right, it does tastes like chicken! Don't know if I helped you or not with the rabbit. Have a great day. Linda
Post by carnation037 on Feb 1, 2003 7:38:28 GMT -6
Chris, I think that would be a good idea. I know many people that cook wild game, some in our own family. I have passed on the recipes everyone in here has posted. I thought it was great that they did post them. I don't know if I ran across the recipes by accident or did a search for them. Anyway, my sister-in-law was happy to get some new recipes as my brother is an avid hunter and he got his quota this year! Linda
Post by Chris in NM on Feb 6, 2003 16:50:11 GMT -6
I have already gone into the beef section and moved the wild game recipes to the wild game section. Will do the ones for ostrich, etc. and any other "wild" game into the correct section now that we have it.
Post by carnation037 on Mar 12, 2003 22:08:09 GMT -6
from janetlh « Thread started on: Today at 08:23am » <br>.....
Looking for wet burrito recipe
I used to eat at a Mexican Restaurant in FL that had an item called 'Wet Burrito'. It was shredded beef in a flour tortilla topped with the most delicious red sauce. I never could get the owner to give me the recipe. Does anyone have this recipe?
Post by carnation037 on Mar 12, 2003 22:09:53 GMT -6
ISO turkey basting and glaze recipes « Reply #2 on: Nov 21st, 2002, 09:33am » <br>..... request from the newsletter
I enjoyed the glaze recipes you listed for ham.... what about something different for turkey breast? I was thinking of doing several and was wondering if you had something different for this like barbeque or something like that. Thanks, LuAn
Greetings from St. Louis I am not much of a cook, but would like to do better. Could anyone point me towards a basic recipie for chicken and dumplings like my grandmother used to make? She was not a fancy cook, but a good cook. She was born in 1890. Her dumplings were not puffy, but kind of flat and chewy. I wish that I could ask her. She was known far and wide for her toasted chicken salad sadwiches. We would make boxes of them to take to the Baptist church picnic in Rogers, Ark. I also wish that I could duplicate those. She put sugar in everything. Thanks [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Last Edit: Jun 7, 2003 23:19:14 GMT -6 by tangerine2
1 can cream of chicken soup 1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/2 t. salt 2 C. all purpose flour 1 tbsp. sugar 2 t. baking powder 1/4 C. margarine, softened
Recipe Instructions: Place chicken into large cooking pot, add onion, celery, bouillon cubes and a few shakes of pepper. Add enough water to cover the chicken about 3/4 of the way. Boil chicken covered for 35 min. turn over in pot and cook an additional 40 min. Remove chicken from liquid and set aside. Discard celery and onion, skim off fat from the broth. ***For best results...boil chicken a day early and have time to chill the broth, this makes it easy to skim all the fat. Bone chicken and tear into bite size chunks. Set aside along with 3/4 cup of broth. Leave remaining broth in the large pan.
Combine flour,sugar, baking powder & salt. Cut in margarine. Add 3/4 cup reserved broth, stiring with a fork until dry ingredients are moistened. Turn dough onto well floured surface, and kneed just a few times.
Pat dough to 1/2" thickness. Cut into 2" X 2" squares. May need to sprinkle with additional flour.
Add the mushroom & chicken soup to the broth. Bring to a boil, stir well. Drop dough into boiling broth mixture 1 at a time, make sure to slightly dunk each dumpling in the broth. This will prevent them from sticking together. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer for 10 min. Stir in chicken and serve immediately.
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Rose (Eubank, KY) answers another KentuckyLiving.com reader's recipe request. Marilyn (Louisville, KY) requested a recipe for homemade chicken and dumplings with flat rolled dumplings and Rose came through! Jusk click here and scroll down a bit to see Marilyn's original request:
Chicken & Dumplings 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup whole milk 4 Tablespoons vegetable oil Dumpling Sauce: 3 Tablespoons butter 4 Tablespoons flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup whole milk 2 chicken bouillon cubes (crumbled) 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/2 - 3/4 cup dumpling cooking liquid (after dumplings have been cooked)
Preparation time: unknown Instructions: For Dumplings: Mix above ingredients, blend them well, and turn out onto a floured surface. Knead 4 or 5 times and divide dough into two parts. Roll out one piece of dough 1/8" thick and cut into 1"x1 1/2" strips. Place in large sauce pan that you have placed 8 cups of water and 2 chicken bouillon cubes that have been brought to a boil and the bouillon cubes have been dissolved. Cook one half of dumplings until just about done and strain and set aside. Next finish the other half of the dumplings in the same way. While cooking the dumplings you can prepare the sauce. For Dumpling Sauce: Place butter in medium sauce pan and melt, add salt and flour, stir until thick. Mix sugar with milk, and add to flour mixture a little at a time and stir constantly with whisk until thick and smooth. Remove from heat. Place cooked dumplings in dumpling sauce and add 1/2 cups of cooking liquid in which the crumbled chicken bouillon cubes have been added and stir gently. Simmer dumplings until blended on low heat. More cooking liquid may be added if needed. Servings: unknown Recipe history: unknown The recipe above was in answer to this request: ** I am looking for a recipe for homemade chicken and dumplings with flat rolled dumplings Marilyn, Louisville, KY
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Post by carnation037 on Sept 1, 2004 0:09:49 GMT -6
« Thread started on: Jun 9th, 2004, 5:29pm » <br>Broiled Chicken recipes
I'm new to the board but I hope yall can help... I'm on my own for the first time (no one to cook for me! ) and I'm trying my best to stay away from microwave dinners. If anyone has any good broiled chicken recipes, preferably ones that are for one or two people, or can be easily scaled down, I would be so grateful! I have a couple recipes tucked away somewhere that I'll happily share with yall as soon as I find them! Thanks (preemptively)
Post by carnation037 on Sept 1, 2004 0:10:33 GMT -6
from Chris « Reply #1 on: Jun 13th, 2004, 08:19am » <br>Re: Broiled Chicken recipes
Hello and welcome to Nancy's Kitchen! Just a little further down in this section is a whole slew of chicken recipes. I know there several recipes that would help you! Also try this "new" message board owned by Nancy:
Post by carnation037 on Aug 3, 2009 22:24:40 GMT -6
ISO? Apricot Chicken with Couscous (Read 83 times) from judygal236 « Thread Started on May 24, 2009, 7:22pm » Hi, I'm new to this board but I used to have a recipe for Apricot Chicken with Couscous that I can't find anymore. I remember it used Apricot preserves (or jam), chicken, and a flavored Couscous, which I think was garlic and olive oil. Does anyone have this recipe? Thank you.
Judy ..... from Sylvia « Reply #1 on May 24, 2009, 7:50pm » Hi Judy,
Welcome to Nancy's Message Boards. There are a lot of Apricot Chicken recipes, but the one I have used is on the Foodgeeks site at: foodgeeks.com/recipes/recipe/1917...._couscous.phtml This one sounds close to your lost recipe. Sylvia ..... from judygal236 « Reply #2 on May 26, 2009, 2:43pm » Sylvia,
Thank you very much. That recipe sounds delicious, but it's not the same one. In the one I had, you didn't cut the chicken in strips, it didn't use dried apricots and there was definitely a flavored couscous, not plain. But, again I thank you and will try that recipe.
Judy ..... from Sylvia « Reply #3 on May 26, 2009, 5:11pm »
Don't give up checking the board, my recipe find may not be the one, but there's lots of folks reading your request. Our Chris in NM is really good at finding particular recipe requests, so check back on a daily basis. Sorry it wasn't the one you wanted. I'll keep searching.
Sylvia ..... from judygal236 « Reply #4 on May 28, 2009, 9:14pm »
Thank you very much. ..... from Chris in NM « Reply #5 on May 29, 2009, 6:06am »
Check these links out. Perhaps one of these is what you are looking for! There are pages of different sites. I just included 3 links.