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A single mans dinner 2/2/04

Any ladies out there care to help me out? I cant live on this stuff much longer!
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sometimes it's not much better when you are married (especially if I'm in charge of dinner)
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That was funny Larry... lets see, I got Chicken Teriyaky and Pasta for dinner, and and I am sitting here eating freshly made chocolate chip cookies love this marriage thing

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I had the exact same dinner tonight, my friend. But mine didn't burn b/c I'm smart enough not to use glass pots. That's the best advice I can give....just because we're girls doesn't mean we eat better.

I think it just means the dish sits in the sink for a shorter period of time.
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I think it just means the dish sits in the sink for a shorter period of time.
I agree! It seems like my husband never notices the overflowing sink full of dishes. I've tried to leave it for him to do without any prompting but after awhile it gets a little out of control so I do it .

Then I let him know, I'm getting sick and tired of always doing dishes then he proceeds to tell me there are never any dishes to wash ! ARGGGGHHHHH !

I just can't win, when I don't tell him to do something, he tells me why don't I ask him and when I do tell him to do something , I'm harping ! GEEZ!!!

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Re: A single mans dinner 2/2/04

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Any ladies out there care to help me out? I cant live on this stuff much longer!
Invest in a small george foreman grill and some boil in bag rice.

It depends on what you want....buy some salt, pepper and garlic powder....Oh and get some lemon juice too.

This one you can do in an oven though .

If you have a glass skillet or a baking pan, get some chicken breast or porkchops...enough for you or enough for leftovers the next day. Rub some salt on the meat, then some pepper or garlic or both if you prefer. Place the meat in the baking dish, ad moe lemon, for marinating...you can even do this the night before you actually want to eat it, just make sure you put a cover on it and refrigerate it.

If you're planning on eating it the same night....place the whole concoction in the fridge for about 1/2 an hour. Preheat your oven to about 350 degrees, for about 10 to 15 minutes. Take the meat out of the fridge....add 1/4 stick of butter to the meat and lemon juice (just put it in the pan) and bake for about a half an hour.

take a pot out, but a package of boil-in-bagrice in it...turn on the fire, watch for it to boil, make sure you don't dry up the pot...crunchy rice isn't very tasty.

Take the chicken out in 1/2 hour....cut the rice out of the package put in a plate...take the chicken put it on the plate...you can use some of the marinade to put over your rice and..... voila ... instant meal.

If you don't want to bother with the baking and you have a frying pan...you fry up the meat too....just make sure when you use butter to fry add a little oil in it so the butter doesn't burn.

You can also invest on some of those ready-made marinades.....campbell soup also makes a good addition to any meat...espeacially cream of mushroom. Just make sure you rub a little salt on the meat before you pour the soup on the meat, it makes it a little tastier that way.

You can PM me if you have anymore questions about food. My hubby, 6nickyfan9, and I are moving out to Crest Hill in March...you're always welcome to come over to dinner when I make dinner. I always make too much and we end up eating it for three days. I'm used to feeding an army...I came from a big family and it's the only way I know how to cook!

Hope this helps a little!

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i dont think hes looking for help with his menu, i think hes looking for someone to cook his menu for him! hahahahahaha ahhh yes the single life, boy how i dont miss that!

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My wife can't cook. Last night I made Chicken Breasts baked with peanut sauce ala thai style, fried pot stickers, spicy stir fried veggies with tofu

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i dont think hes looking for help with his menu, i think hes looking for someone to cook his menu for him! hahahahahaha ahhh yes the single life, boy how i dont miss that!
Yeah, you should see the stuff Jim gets to eat for dinner. He's a very lucky guy.

My girlfriend is a great cook. We have an arrangement, she cooks and I clean. Its great because she loves cooking for me, and I clean up the kitchen better than she does. Ah, she makes these killer pancakes... and when I'm at the track she'll have a fresh sandwich ready for me when my session is over. I don't miss the single life.

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If your looking for someone to cook for you, marrige is not the answer. I'm married and I'm on a first name basis with every take out place in the area.




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Man you're living the good life, you got the deluxe kind! I got an extra pack of ramen if you want it

Thats what i was thinking!! I think this post was just to show off your "Deluxe" Mac n Cheese. I got the Aldi's brand.

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the George Foreman grill is my savior. i buy that frozen chicken in a bag and i just throw it on the George Foreman. then i just splash honey mustard, soy sauce, lemon juice, teryaki sauce, etc on the chicken.
then either i'll boil some noodles or rice, or i buy that salad in a bag for $1.00 and it lasts me a couple of days.
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Why do I have a feeling that there is now going to be a food forum with ladydemona as the moderator????

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Or you Can do what i did get a Gastrol Bypass (Laperscopic Banding)! and Don`t ANYTHING! ANYMORE. It sure beats the 3 quarter pounders at lunch. talk about saving money and losing 135 pound in 15 months. Thats how i was able to Finally buy a Bike.

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Then I let him know, I'm getting sick and tired of always doing dishes then he proceeds to tell me there are never any dishes to wash ! ARGGGGHHHHH !
See, you're not seeing it from the GUY perspective. Being a single guy myself, let me clarify for you:

The reason he doesn't do the dishes, and lets them pile up - is because there are probably still clean dishes available. I don't do my dishes until I'm completely out of utensils, plates, and tupperware containers.

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Does anyone else find that the cheese in the delux kind taste like Ass!!!

I think the cheep stuff is way better!

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For a single guy I refuse to keep my house in a mess, my dishes are always done, house clean and laundry done. It's hard to keep a house clean alone!!!! I just don't know how to F'ing cook. And you know what, I do.
Can't you people see this is just a sympathy tactic to see if I can get a date. LOL
I don't like to cook and I wish I had someone to do it I won't lie. I eat f'ing McD's and all that fast food stuff to much. I cook when i have too and i can hold my own, i think. I just don't like it.
I salute all the Ramen Noodle, fast food burger eating, meal in a box preparing single guys out.
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My wife can't cook. Last night I made Chicken Breasts baked with peanut sauce ala thai style, fried pot stickers, spicy stir fried veggies with tofu

Nice

My wife and I pretty much split the cooking. Curry, Roasts, Steak Frittes, Lamb Stew, all on the list. I made my signature Porcini Chicken the other night...


Dude, grow up and learn to cook (plus women love that).

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Dude, grow up and learn to cook (plus women love that). [/B]
If i wasnt grown up I don't think I'd own my own house at 25. I think women would like to know their man is responsible a little more than able to cook a piece of chicken. Just my $.02

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If your looking for someone to cook for you, marrige is not the answer. I'm married and I'm on a first name basis with every take out place in the area.


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i'm 25 as well, own my own house, and I'm a master in the kitchen. ladies love a guy who is a good cook, trust me.

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Gee, I got ditched by my wife for the evening so I was single last night. I had dinner with a couple of friends at Benny Hanna's. I think I lilke my version of single guy's dinner better than yours. But the Mack and Cheese looks good.

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I think women would like to know their man is responsible a little more than able to cook a piece of chicken.
OK, your 25 own a house and can cook....BFD. I'll have a baked potatoe, pork chops, some rice and you pick another side. I'll be over tonight.
My point is as I stated above, if a woman could have one or the other she would want someone who is responsible over someone who can cook. You my friend are an exception to the rule!
You can do both.
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Oh, try mixing ground beef, a veggie and KimChee with the Mack for a gourmet experiance.

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If i wasnt grown up I don't think I'd own my own house at 25. I think women would like to know their man is responsible a little more than able to cook a piece of chicken. Just my $.02

Ladies?????
You're right, they are looking for someone whining for a sympathy date.


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