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Sunday, November 25th, 2007

Posted by:inert_virulence.
Time:9:04 am.
 Hello all. I know it's been a thousand years since I've posted on here, but I've built up quite a number of recipes to post in the meantime. Here is one that I found on OurChart.com. It's cheap, easy, and very tasty!

INGREDIENTS:
1 3-5 lb chicken
1 onion
Olive oil OR melted butter/margarine
Salt & Pepper

STEPS:

1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Remove the extra organs and gross stuff from the body cavity. 
3. Rinse off the chicken, inside and out, and pat dry with paper towels.
4. Rub olive oil/melted butter/melted margarine all over, making sure to get under the skin a bit too. 
5. Sprinkle inside and out with salt and pepper to taste.
6. Cut the onion into four pieces. Put two of those pieces inside the body cavity. Break up the other two pieces and sprinkle them on the bottom of the pan. 
7. Put the chicken in the pan over the onions, breast side down, and roast it for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.

NOTES:
The chicken should roast for about 20 minutes per pound, so adjust the time in the oven accordingly. Also, feel free to stick other stuff into the body cavity before you cook the chicken, like a sliced up lemon, fresh parsley or rosemary, etc. I prepared my Thanksgiving turkey with basically this same technique, and everybody loved it!
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Sunday, August 13th, 2006

Subject:Barbeque Sauce recipe
Posted by:inert_virulence.
Time:5:04 pm.
Mood: confused.
Hey folks. This is one of the recipe cards I found in my great-great aunt's mother's card box. Expect many more in the next couple weeks! This sauce is very basic, which means it's really fast, it's really easy, and it's really tasty.


Ingredients:
1. 1/2 cup ketchup
2. 2 tablespoons vinegar
3. 2 tablespoons brown sugar
4. 4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

Steps:
1. Combine all ingredients.
2. Completely cover meat in sauce.
3. Place under broiler 5 to 10 minutes (may also be done in oven).
4. Enjoy!

Notes:
I plan on doing some experimentation eventually with this sauce and different kinds of meat. I wouldn't recommend changing it at all for ham though; the flavours are in absolute perfect harmony. I liked it on beef too, but I only had a little, and I haven't tried it on any poultry or lamb or anything. This is simple enough to build off of plenty if one wishes, and I'd love to see any new ideas in comments if people have them.
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Saturday, June 17th, 2006

Subject:Tip for Baking with Chocolate
Posted by:inert_virulence.
Time:10:08 am.
Mood:busy.
If you've ever made anything with chocolate chips or small chunks of chocolate, you've probably noticed that the chocolate tends to sink down to the bottom of the pan. I've found that if you get a cup, pour some flour in it, and then put in the chocolate chips and mix them around, you'll coat them enough to keep them afloat in the batter. You can just pour the extra flour back into the box it came from. Next step...bake me something.
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Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

Subject:Soy Vey Teriyaki Chicken
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:4:12 pm.
This is a really tasty recipe for broiled chicken that even the girl who burns Top Ramen in microwaves can make. It's good and easy. And the teriyaki sauce comes from a company owned by a Japanese/ Jewish couple, hence Soy Vey. What's not to love?

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Saturday, April 22nd, 2006

Subject:Pasta Primavera
Posted by:inert_virulence.
Time:11:50 am.
Mood: rushed.
Alright, this is a little recipe I made up, just because I've made lots of different pasta primaveras in the past. It's really easy to make, and doesn't take much time at all. I made this to go with turkey and potatoes for Easter 2006. Have fun!

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Wednesday, February 15th, 2006

Subject:And finally...
Posted by:aenilwen.
Time:11:54 am.
Mood: pleased.
I am posting my recipe for Chicken Divan. This recipe deviates from just about every recipe you can find online. And although all the recipes strictly emphasize that one should not deviate from the recipe... it's lies. Trust me, it's good my way. This is my version of the recipe that my mom altered from her mom's. Craziness, I know.

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Tuesday, February 14th, 2006

Subject:Mudder's Milk (non-alcoholic)
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:11:48 pm.
Mood: cheerful.
Stolen from www.serenitymovie.com, this recipe is an alcohol-free version of the mudders milk brewed and served on Canton in Jossverse. Mudder's milk is essentially a liquid bread, beer (in this case sarsaparilla), and protein mix. In the episode "Jaynestown," mudder's milk is portrayed as being... less than tasty. So this is a recipe for brave souls.

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Enjoy, if you're brave enough! An alcoholic version of this recipe will be posted some time soon...
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Saturday, February 4th, 2006

Subject:Batter Tip
Posted by:inert_virulence.
Time:10:55 am.
Mood: thoughtful.
When making a batter that uses flour--especially a cake batter--begin and end with the flour. So, while you're mixing, start with flour, mix in the rest of the ingredients (most dry to most wet), and then end with the last bit of flour. It makes the batter much more creamy, and less likely to clump up while it's baking in the oven.
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Monday, January 30th, 2006

Subject:Marqueline's 18 month Anniversary!
Posted by:aenilwen.
Time:5:54 pm.
So... to make things cheaper and more corny and romantic, Mark and I will be cooking the following thing's together this weekend.

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I'm looking for another Sweet and Sour chicken recipe if anyone knows on one that'd be great. Ooh! and a dessert recipe to go with these would be splendiferous as well.
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Subject:Homemade Soda
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:2:38 am.
Mood: bored.
Here's a recipe for homemade soda. I haven't yet used this recipe, but I'm sure I will in the future. I got it from this website which I'm hoping is a good enough source. Anyway, if I try it I'll post a comment and I hope you will too.

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Wednesday, January 25th, 2006

Subject:Spiced Chocolate Cake
Posted by:inert_virulence.
Time:10:22 pm.
Mood: tired.
A wonderful modified recipe that is sure to be a crowd pleaser! I used this as my girlfriend's birthday cake, and she loved it.

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Subject:Beans from a Can: The Edible Version
Posted by:daxius.
Time:10:05 pm.
Have you ever opened a can of black beans, only to go "...oh." and lose all enthusiasm for a meal? I HAVE. And it is not pretty. So this is how I make beans delicious. These are really good with guacamole, either with or without a tortilla. But let's face it, who eats beans without a tortilla?

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Subject:Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies
Posted by:daxius.
Time:9:44 pm.
These are possibly the most amazing cookies EVER MADE (as long as you like chocolate and mint together). They are chocolate with mint and chocolate chips. These are the cookies that got me through finals.
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Have fun.
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Subject:Helpful Information
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:7:40 pm.
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Subject:Tip: Sample
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:7:32 pm.
Always have the word tip in the title and what kind of tip it is.

When you enter a tip, make sure that it is not more than five lines long. If it is longer than that or if you have more than one tip to offer, please use an lj-cut. Also, please look at the memories to see if your tip has already been posted.

Please make the entry tag be the word "tip."
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Subject:Sample Recipe
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:7:28 pm.
Always title your entry with the name of the food.

This is a sample recipe. This paragraph is where you would put a brief description of your recipe. It should not be too long, but feel free to add what context you learned it in, your source material, or a small anecdote about it if you like. Also include if there is alcohol or some other sort of restriction regarding this recipe.

Always use an lj-cut for the recipe.

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This is not part of the format. Please stick to this format every time you post a recipe. Also, please put a tag saying wether this is food, drink, dessert, or other.
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Subject:WELCOME
Posted by:telcontar_ii.
Time:7:18 pm.
Mood: hopeful.
Welcome to Creative Cookery!

This is a community for people to their trade recipes and cooking tips. It's supposed to be fun and helpful. Please join if you like cooking and making up your own recipes.

Please read the rules before you join and start posting.

Enjoy yourself!
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