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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 658673 times)

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Offline mike89

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well today I'm going to make my version of shepard's pie..  but instead of mashed taters on top I'm going to use cheesy julienne taters..  I'm thinking that will be tasty!! 
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That sounds like a good idea.   :happy1:

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momma's gonna cook up a batch of chow mein!!!!!!!!!!
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well today I'm going to make my version of shepard's pie..  but instead of mashed taters on top I'm going to use cheesy julienne taters..  I'm thinking that will be tasty!!
so........is that like throwing all the leftovers in your frig and reheating it?????????
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well today I'm going to make my version of shepard's pie..  but instead of mashed taters on top I'm going to use cheesy julienne taters..  I'm thinking that will be tasty!!
so........is that like throwing all the leftovers in your frig and reheating it?????????

nope nothing has been made yet so I'll be starting fresh!!  ya clown!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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well today I'm going to make my version of shepard's pie..  but instead of mashed taters on top I'm going to use cheesy julienne taters..  I'm thinking that will be tasty!!
so........is that like throwing all the leftovers in your frig and reheating it?????????

nope nothing has been made yet so I'll be starting fresh!!  ya clown!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: i googled it.......gotta say it looks way better than tater tot slop..... :sleazy: :rotflmao:
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it's most definitely worth a try!! 
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Let us know how it was Mike, back in late January I posted momma made some ( too much squished taters) and I told her she didn't need to make that again. I'll stick to the ever so popular tater tot hotdish!!  :happy1:

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Shepard's pie sounds great to me but yes too many spuds on it would be the down fall of it.  I like spuds but it is all of the other stuff that I want to taste.  Like the meat!

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well folks it was a hit!!!  we both enjoyed it very much!!  if ya want I can post how I did make it.. 
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I would like to hear how you did it Mike.   :happy1:

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I placed it in the recipe forum LPS..
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Had fish last night. Spray lubed the Corningware 9 x 13 then laid the fish in and spiced them up.  Baked at 300 for 25 minutes.  Then put mozarella cheese on them and broiled till cheese started to brown.  So easy and was great!  Added some frozen veggies to the fish. 


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I'm making fish tomorrow, going to bake them on a bed of dressing and they will seasoned up too!!  that sure looks tasty LPS!!! 
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Yellow Mushroom Pizza with the grandkids and a few other sundry relatives tonight.

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That looks tasty lps, I've cooked fish lots of ways but never topped em with cheese, might have to try it.  :happy1:

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All this fish talk, gonna have to take some out soon. :happy1:

 Lottza mottza 4 meat for us tonight. :happy1:
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So Mike are you doing some Stove Top dressing and then putting the fish on it? 

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So Mike are you doing some Stove Top dressing and then putting the fish on it?
yes and I'm going to try the cheese too!!  have not tried that...  I use herb dressing

you can also place dressing on top of the fish too.. 
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Cook the dressing first and then do the fish thing I suppose.  That sounds real good.  I will try it.

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yuppers!!!  enjoy!!  using northern tomorrow
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SO we are talking about food here that ends up getting cooked.  Tomorrow we have eye Dr. appts in Bemidji.  The old Gander Mountain has been enlarged and turned into an Aldi's.  We are going to check it out tomorrow.  I see they have corned beef points for $1.99 lb.  I like flats cuz they are bigger but will check them out.  Heck of a price.  May buy a bunch of them.  What else should I check out all of you Aldi guys? 

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Barry, the produce is good.. both veggies and fruit...  breads, snacks and do NOT be afraid of the name brand..  over all I'm very happy with the Alex Aldi!!!!  top sirloins I have been getting from there for 2 years now..  chicken!! go and explore and have fun!!  the frozen veggies are good too!! pizza's are very good.. 
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yuppers!!!  enjoy!!  using northern tomorrow
OK serious question........... how many different ways you guys cook fish.??? i've had it baked with other stuff added, but never really tripped my trigger.

i've baked it , grilled it, had it pan fried  and deep fried........just never got into mixing fish with other ingredients??? :scratch: side dishes yea. 
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you about covered all the ways I have cooked fish...  it just amounts to how ya like it..  I just got tired of deep fried fish all the time..  that's when I started cooking it the other ways!!! 
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Ok, here is my favorite way to bake fish. I got this recipe from another fishing forum awhile ago.

Baked fish
I cup bread crumbs, can be regular or panko
3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp cracked pepper
1 tsp Old Bay
Mix all above ingredients

1/2 cup butter (melted)

Dip fillets in melted butter.
Press fillets into bread crumbs
Lay fillets out in a glass 13x9 baking pan.

Adding any leftover crumbs and butter.
Bake at 375 for 25 min.

For the health conscious, you can sub some of the butter with EVOO.

Use real Parmesan cheese, not the crap in the green plastic bottle.

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that does look pretty good coopy............ what type of fish do you usually use??? work best????

my biggest thing is i like to taste and eat the fish...........not alot of other stuff with it. on the side yea.

i had to google old bay.......never heard of it before.  :confused: :rotflmao: oh and panko........ :tut: :tut: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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Mostly walleye, but crappie also. Old Bay is good seasoning for a lot of things. You can get a small container of it to see how you like it.

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