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Old 03-28-2006, 09:24 AM   #1
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any chef's?

this may sound but i am looking for recipes to cook at home.

i am going back on my no fast food, no soda diet, so i can lose some unwanted weight.

any recipe will work.

no flaming neccesary, i know it sounds ghey, but i like to cook, and my gut needs to disapear
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Old 03-28-2006, 09:35 AM   #2
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I'm like the queen of doing stuff with chicken...

Buy some boneless skinless chicken ...pound them out with a meat hammer...marinate them overnight in your sauce of choice, then you can batter and bake, grill, or sautee in a skillet.

Mix in with some red onions, chives, garlic...mmmm

I like to marinate in italian dressing, or bbq sauce, even medium salsa...
Cook sides accordingly--with italian, make some quick lipton alfredo (use skim milk and low fat margerine to lower the fat content)--with the bbq sauce, make some "camping potatoes" (potatoes baked in the oven in a pan lined with aluminum foil and topped to form a pouch for about an hour with onion, garlic, chives and a little butter mixed in...little bit of cheese to top it off--with salsa, make some refried beans or mexican rice.

With the battering---I just buy some seasoned bread crumbs, you take your meat, cleave it out...mix up an egg in a bowl till it's all one color...dip the meat in the egg then lay it in the bread crumbs and cover completely...
put it in a lightly greased pan and bake it till the chicken is cooked through.
Top with some spaghetti sauce.
Also make spaghetti with wheat pasta and turkey meat--tastes really good and it's better for ya.

Also...lots of salad
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i worked as a chef for a few restaurants...

basically, look at your diet...
do you eat late? (cuz that's my problem) if so, just make it after 7 no food... other than that.. there are many things you can do to change your diet

cut out carbs, sugars, anything white.. etc...
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excericse too.. that of course always helps
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thanks

i know i eat too much fast food, but with my job its hard to cut that out.

i eat late......... i basically do all the no-no's of weight loss.

in 2003-4 i went on a diet, simple, no fast food, no soda, and lost 50 ( yes 50 ) pounds in 1 month. it was great, im putting it back on now, and i dont want it
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wow... i think you just answered your own question brotha


that's amazing... good job on that weight loss... very immpressive,.. from just cutting the out??
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yeah, i just cut out taco bell, and wendy's and all that .

i would still go to some fast food places and just get salads, and no carbonated drinks.

im just looking for stuff to cook at home. to help keep me away from the fast food.
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Buy some tupperware--start making stuff that keeps well overnight for leftovers--chicken, green beans, potatoes, stuff like that is great at lunch the next day. I should know, I stopped buying lunch out about 3 months ago. I did it to save money and it's DEFINITELY worked...I don't do it for the weight loss aspect but if I did...I would definitely lose some.
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If you seriously want some recipes, i can help.. I am a dining facility wizard and work with 2 executive chefs..I have the whole armed forces recipe card with all the nutritional and caloric info on my laptop...I gotta keep the troops fit for fighting!!!! I f you want hit me up on the pm and i'll shoot you some ..Of course youll have to adjust them as they are formulated for 100 servings!! but you can get a pretty good idea for your needs..
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Take out a skillet, and place on Med-High heat. Melt 2 Tbsp of butter or margarine in skillet. Take several boneless, skinless chicken and rinse them. Take a small bowl, mix equal parts Tony Cachere's, and Garlic powder. To this mixture add Cumin, the more Cumin the better. Ratio should be a minimum of 2 parts cumin, 1 parts Tony's, 1 parts Garlic. Place the chicken in the melted butter and sautee.

If you want to get fancy, after you pull out the chicken you can add some red wine, and cream to the butter and reduce (slowly boil down on low heat), to end up with a smooth, tasty red wine reduction.

Anyone who cooks is going to know that Cumin, Tony's, and Garlic sound like a stranged combo..... but it is mighty tasty.
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here is something light and tasty salmon steaks rub the salmon steak with a pesto mix (you can find this in the soup isle) you can marinate it over night add lime juice . set oven temp for 350 also add 1 cup of white wine ( i use robert mondavi) then bake for 15 minutes on each side depending on how you like it, you can have this with either organic brocolli or some rice pilaf .. sounds so good im getting hungry just typing it up
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i also have a nack for seafood
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i couldnt do the vegetarian thing, ive tried some of the veg. foods, didnt care for em, and i love steak.

thanks for the info guys, i honsetly thought i was gonna be reemed for askin.

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i couldnt do the vegetarian thing, ive tried some of the veg. foods, didnt care for em, and i love steak.

thanks for the info guys, i honsetly thought i was gonna be reemed for askin.

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You can eat steak. There are plenty of no hormone, steriod fed beef companies and chicken ones.

All you are really looking for is products that are not genetically modified.
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duh, i got myself mixed up, i was thinking vegetarian, not the same as organic :BangHead:
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