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Old 06-05-2013, 05:01 PM   #11
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Jabbur -- what is hamburger stuffing. Is it like a meatloaf or patties? Please share your method and a few ingredients, if possible. Thanks.
1 to 1 1/2 lbs ground beef
1 pkg Pepperidge farms cubed stuffing
4 cans cream of ... soups (I use onion, celery, cheese and chicken)
Milk

Brown beef (You can add diced onion if you want but I often omit since I hate dicing)

Mix 4 cans soup with 4 cans milk, add stuffing and beef
Salt and pepper to taste (You won't need much salt with the canned soups)
Stir to mix well

Pour into a 9x13 baking dish sprayed with Pam

Bake 350f for 30-45 mins.



It's a quick casserole for us. I often have bags of already browned beef in the freezer and can throw this together in minutes.
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:01 PM   #12
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jabbur, that looks great, thanks! Himself and I would probably like it. I'll have to make a point of getting a bag of stuffing. I always make mine from bread at home.

Resting the foot a little so we'll probably use one of my emergency foods in the freezer - Barber stuffed chicken breasts. Veggie up the leftover brown rice. I'll use up the last of the broccoli and head lettuce since I'm going to hobble my way through the grocery store tomorrow. Company comes Friday and I want a full 'fridge. My "adopted son" has been hiking the Appalachian Trail and I bet he can pack it in just like our own son.
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:17 PM   #13
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I think I'll be wrapping that asparagus in bacon and grilling some tonight. Maybe a couple small grilled potatoes, too. I wish I had a pork chop to throw on the grill, but I think I'm out.
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:40 PM   #14
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Chicken and tater tots. I bought the tater tots to try wrapping them in bacon and smoking them.
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:53 PM   #15
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Chicken and tater tots. I bought the tater tots to try wrapping them in bacon and smoking them.
Here, try this, Andy:

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Old 06-05-2013, 07:35 PM   #16
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jabbur, that looks great, thanks! Himself and I would probably like it. I'll have to make a point of getting a bag of stuffing. I always make mine from bread at home.
The good thing about the Pepperidge Farms stuffing is it uses different breads and has some seasoning already. I've also used storebrand stuffing if it's the cubed. I've made it in a pinch with the crumbs but we prefer the cubes. It looks nicer on the plate even though they taste the same.
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Old 06-05-2013, 07:43 PM   #17
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Quasi Emerald Rice

I did a version of this recipe, but sort of worked with what I had.

First, I halved it.

Second, I skipped the roasting of the nuts. I used already cooked nuts and just slivered the almonds and shelled the pistachios.

For fruit, I only used 1/4 cup cranberries.

I did not have saffron or cardamom.

Instead of adding a water saffron mixture, I used a water Cayenne mixture.

Instead of steaming the rice in the pot, I fully cooked the rice and treated it a little more like a fried rice in that I completed the nut mixture and rice separately. Then, I added a little olive oil to a pan, recooked the rice and added the nut mixture.
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We had fresh salmon cooked in browned butter, creamed spinach that was "creamed" with the last of the Mascarpone cheese that was begging to be used, baked potatoes, iced tea and fresh banana cake with cream cheese icing. Yep, we're full.
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We ended up having Dunch. Too late for lunch, too early for dinner. Our niece, her BF and his mom swung our way after traveling cross country on their way back East, so we took them to one of our fave Mexican places. They loved it. I ordered the wrong number combo from what I wanted, but it was good anyway.
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Old 06-05-2013, 09:22 PM   #20
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OK, final menu.

Beef stroganoff with egg noodles
Steamed asparagus tossed with chile garlic flakes (I LOVE this stuff)
Spinach salad - farm fresh spinach sprinkled with cayenne and onion powder, then I added sunflower seeds, crunched up ramen noodles, cherry tomatoes, green onions and cucumber. Tossed with a balsamic vinaigrette...delicious. My favorite part of the meal.
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