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All along the grey and November-cold East Coast, Thanksgiving is the meal we most look forward to setting the family table for each year. A perfectly roasted turkey surrounded by a bevy of simple and comforting American sides is a matter of tradition: the kids will pick the marshmallows off the top of the sweet potato casserole while the grown-ups will spike their mugs of hot mulled cider with a fire crackling in the background. Gather ’round the bountiful table with all you love, and be thankful for that second slice of pumpkin pie.
Faking a McDonald’s Big Mac is easy. A bit of thousand island dressing serves as your special sauce, you split your regular burger and pat out two thin ones, cut the bun into thirds and pretty soon you have “two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, all on a sesame seed bun.” Toss it in a paper-lined basket with some seasoned and baked french fries and you have one happy man ready for sitting down to enjoy the game or just hang out with the family on a perfect autumn evening.
McDonald’s Big Mac Copycat Recipe
2 uncut bakery buns (with sesame seeds for authenticity)
1/2 pound ground beef
1 slice cheddar cheese or 2 thin slices (don’t bother with the American stuff, not even for authenticity)
1/4 cup shredded lettuce
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Chicken Steak with cheese sauce and sauted vegetables:
Chicken/beef Under cut 4 steaks
Milk 1/2 cup
Ajinomoto 1/2 tsp
Black pepper 1 tsp
Salt 1 tsp
Cinnamon powder 1/2 tsp
Mustard paste 1 tbsp
All purpose flour 6-7 tbsp
For Sauted Vegetables:
Butter 1 tbsp
Oil 2 tsp
For Cheese Sauce:
Cream 2 pkts
Mozzeralla cheese 1/2 small pkt
Italian herb 1/2 tsp
Black pepper 1/2 tsp
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After the trick-or-treating is over, figuring out what to do with all of that leftover candy is a daunting task. The last thing anybody wants is all of that sugar sitting in a basket somewhere just waiting to be eaten-talk about derailing any sort of healthy lifestyle. And if you do leave it sitting around, who’s going to keep the kiddos away from it?
If you want to be green about it, we have some sweet ways to put that candy to work by recycling it with these tasty recipes.
Eating food is the most exciting thing we do everyday ! but what unique to cook every other day is the biggest problem faced by our moms. They debate with all the family members about it and sleep thinking about it. This problem can be solved if you make a chart for a week about what to eat when and do certain alterations in it every week. In this way cooking will be pre-planned and moms will have a peaceful sleep. Here are some useful recipies that are very easy to make and are the most delicious ones at the same time. They will help you when making the cooking chart. Have a look at them. Read the rest of this entry →