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    John thanks for reviving this, I am doing a roast in my crockpot and was just wondering if I can put uncooked rice in there with the meat! Thanks. Now I know I can!

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    Well, we ate it. The chicken was good, but the soup didn't really penetrate the rice like we thought it would. Next time, I would mix up about 2/3 of the soup with the rice right in the crockpot, and then pour the rest over the chick & rice. And maybe another 1/4 or 1/2 cup of broth.

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    I decided on potatoes but I used a creamy cheese sauce over the veggies and potatoes and wow! Right in the same pot!

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    Your "famous" recipes/What do you cook that people go wild for?

    Just a little bored today. So I thought I'd start a thread for people to share their culinary masterpieces or just brag.

    Do you make the meanest burger?

    Does your lasagna make people swoon?

    What do you make that everyone goes nuts for?

    Any "famous" family recipes you either care to share, or just describe to us to make us drool?

    Any holiday dish that is special to just your family?

    Are you a natural chef-in-hiding? Can you throw things together and create a fantastic meal?

    I have a lot of recipes that are not mine, but they're fantastic and have been passed down to me through many people.

    ex: I make the best Thanksgiving Gravy.

    I make great "out of this world" chocolate, chocolate chip cookies.

    I make fantastic Creamy Pesto Shrimp.
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    Super easy crowd pleaser:

    Take any brand of sugar cookie dough

    Press a little bit into each "bin" of a mini-muffin container, enough to cover the sides

    Put a mini peanut butter cup in the center

    Cook according to sugar cookie directions

    Soooo easy, and I dropped these off at a nephew's b-day party, and they loved 'em. Not my recipe, though.
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    I can cook shrimp like no one else can. Everyone who eays it goes crazy, and they beg for more.

    It's savory dish with shrimp, scallions, spices, and a special sauce I have vowed to keep a secret. No, it isn't a secret. It's just there once you finish cooking.

    You throw shrimp into a frying pan after, stir in a chilli pepper, flip the shrimps a million times, add some water and salt, add chopped scallions, cover for 2 minutes, and voila.

    That's just the paraphrased version, though. If I ever cooked it like that, I bet it would be horrible.

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    Being a bachelor, my mastery of cooking revolves around the grill and microwave.

    My specialties are red wine-marinated steak, fajitas, and ribs with baked beans. Takes a while to cook that stuff but it's worth the wait.
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    My specialties are red wine-marinated steak, fajitas, and ribs with baked beans. Takes a while to cook that stuff but it's worth the wait.
    Sounds yummy....

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    Great Idea for a thread Guys

    We need a pot luck supper !

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    Quote Originally Posted by haejin11377
    Sounds yummy....
    Oh, it is. My favorite part is eating it when I'm done cooking it.
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