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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #15 on: December 12, 2010, 10:07:43 AM »
It can make for great stories later on...like the sticky buns that even the neighbors pit bull couldn't break up or eat..... ;D ;D ;D
All I can say is, never cook under poor lighting, Kraft Parmesan cheese container looks just like Clorox cleanser.
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #16 on: December 13, 2010, 07:40:45 AM »
All I can say is, never cook under poor lighting, Kraft Parmesan cheese container looks just like Clorox cleanser.
Yes, I called and complained, only to fall on deaf ears.
hahahaaaa, oh man,,, ya got my little infraction beat,lolol....
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #17 on: December 13, 2010, 07:43:54 AM »
It happens.....I can remember some of my more memorable cooking mistakes.  At least your is edible... :) :)
True that is,lol. so I crumbled it all up and tossed it in my garden bed for the birds.  Had a pretty cardinal going for it this morning... They are so pretty....
But on a better  note,,,Screw ups around here are dog tested for birds outside enjoyment,lolol. If she eats it,,,they normally will.
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #18 on: December 13, 2010, 07:49:39 AM »
hahahaaaa, oh man,,, ya got my little infraction beat,lolol....
I've done worse. Ever had chili stew?
I was making chili and stew at the same time, got the two pots mixed up,(again, low lighting issue).
Wound up putting chili powder in the stew, and dumping all the vegetables in the chili.

Being poor at the time, I still ate it, but I was glad when the week was over. :-[
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #19 on: December 13, 2010, 08:59:04 AM »
I've done worse. Ever had chili stew?
I was making chili and stew at the same time, got the two pots mixed up,(again, low lighting issue).
Wound up putting chili powder in the stew, and dumping all the vegetables in the chili.

Being poor at the time, I still ate it, but I was glad when the week was over. :-[
giggling again,,, nopr havent done that but I did turn pasta red sauce into chili sauce,,,,once,lmao... yeegads that was an eye opener,lol
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #20 on: December 13, 2010, 09:04:25 AM »
giggling again,,, nopr havent done that but I did turn pasta red sauce into chili sauce,,,,once,lmao... yeegads that was an eye opener,lol
;D ;D ;D

Oooh ! I forgot about the time some moron threw cat food in the generic tuna bin.
After the first sandwich, I went back to look at the can, thought it was a bit strong. :o
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #21 on: December 13, 2010, 09:08:38 AM »
;D ;D ;D

Oooh ! I forgot about the time some moron threw cat food in the generic tuna bin.
After the first sandwich, I went back to look at the can, thought it was a bit strong. :o
ohhhhhhh yuck!!!!!!!
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #22 on: December 13, 2010, 07:44:03 PM »
So Elfie......did you try again with baking soda this time???? :)
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #23 on: December 14, 2010, 06:25:14 AM »
not yet,,,today I am,,, I had some minor new born gunk to deal with,lmao... no babies just gunk,lololol
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #24 on: February 17, 2011, 10:28:47 AM »
My mother, mother-in-law, and my dad taught me how to make cornbread. They all had different ways of making it, and my MIL lives right next door to us now, so I generally do it her way. I don't measure my ingredients, so I can't give a "recipe", but I'll try and run through it for y'all.

OK. I use only White Lilly buttermilk corn meal. I put some in a medium or large mixing bowl, depending on how much I'm making. Then I add buttermilk, one or two large eggs (again, depending on how much), and a bit of Crisco oil. I mix that up, and if needed, use some water. Confusing, I know, but if y'all were here in front of me I could whip up a batch and show you how I do it. I don't put any sugar in mine, because we don't like sweet cornbread, but you can always add some if wanted. Maybe Southern cornbread is different from Northern? Also, I only bake it in an iron skillet that I have just for that purpose. It's well-seasoned, I've had it since the very early days of my marriage (30 yrs. next month).

Maybe fried chicken is the same way. My older sister lives in Indiana (she likes to say southern Indiana ;)), and so taught the ladies of her church how to make cornbread the way we do, and how to Southern fry chicken. There is no better food on this earth, IMO, than cornbread, fried chicken, and a pot of butterbeans.
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #25 on: February 17, 2011, 10:50:55 AM »
love southern food. Just cant eat it the way it's supposed to be cooked.... real down to earth green beans, omg...I could eat a ton of those,lol.
I still eat fried chicken but I take the skin off,lmao...
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Re: I've been learning how NOT to use boxed pre done foods.
« Reply #26 on: February 17, 2011, 02:49:53 PM »
My mother, mother-in-law, and my dad taught me how to make cornbread. They all had different ways of making it, and my MIL lives right next door to us now, so I generally do it her way. I don't measure my ingredients, so I can't give a "recipe", but I'll try and run through it for y'all.

Maybe fried chicken is the same way. My older sister lives in Indiana (she likes to say southern Indiana ;)), and so taught the ladies of her church how to make cornbread the way we do, and how to Southern fry chicken. There is no better food on this earth, IMO, than cornbread, fried chicken, and a pot of butterbeans.

All of my favorites....  Haven't had them all together since I was a kid..  :)
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