Mmmm, everything on here is sounding so tasty!
Our dinner tonight, my mother made, and lets just say my son said 'Mom! This beef is sooo chewy! It's taking forever to eat!' It looked like he had a mouth full of Big Chew gum. LOL Not good. Wish I was having what some of you ladies had.
Pam, when you make your chicken fried rice do you cook your chicken with oyster sauce? I'm telling you, it makes it so delicious. We just love fried rice in our house.
Drake (9 )
Tuesday I made a chicken stir-fry with a sesame-soy sauce. Yesterday I made taco soup with homemade baked tortilla chips. Today I am making baked potato soup, and tomorrow I think I'll be making some kind of pasta.
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I made chicken and cheese on wheat rolls. I cooked the chicken on the stove with some water (basically boil it). Put it in a chopper, then back in the frying pan with just crushed garlic (no water this time). Let the garlic go through the chicken, then add american cheese. You can add as much or as little cheese as you want. Put on roll and serve YUMMY
Pamela - Last night I tried your suggestion for leftover roast meat. The night we had the roast, which I had cooked in the crock pot, I just kept the leftover meat and rice in the the pot and put it in the refrigerator (separated from the 'elements' part, of course, lol). About 1pm yesterday I took it out of the refrigerator and back into the elements part and turned it on low, adding a little water. I was low on BBQ sauce, so I just added what I had, then later when it was almost done and had bought more, I added a whole 18 oz bottle of Kraft Hickory Smoke BBQ sauce (I had a lot of meat left over), then I shredded it using an extra large fork (it was so tender that it was pretty easy). We had it on toasted whole wheat bread with a little mustard, and whole green beans as a side. It was soooooo good! We still didn't eat it all, so we'll have it again on Mon or Tues. I can't wait!