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Din tonight...garlic bread, artichokes..yum..nm

Posted By: Rigati spaghetti and clam sauce on 2006-03-21
In Reply to: So... What's for Dinner Tonight? - Hungry MT!

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lasagna, salad, and garlic bread

We had homemade spaghetti and garlic bread.-nm
make that garlic bread and it'll be perfect
Seafood pasta and olive oil garlic sauce, red leaf salad, homemade bread with sun dried tomato
along with a big glass of white wine.  MMMMMM
Yum! What do you to your artichokes?
eat bread. it will stick to the bread and go down.
I had this happen a lot.

I steam the artichokes and then...sm
smother them in butter and toss Italian-flavored bread crumbs throughout!!!  YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMM and very easy to make 
Bread around 2.00...

per loaf, milk was $2.90 last night (gallon).  Our home cost $171,000, we paid $1450.00 per month for mtg payment.  Not totally clear on the taxes and other things.  My son goes to a private school, but have heard wonderful things about the public schools in the area.

Hope I helped you out!

All you need is a nice salad and bread. :)
Put your bread in a food processor and

tip for banana bread lovers. sm
I just disovered (thru a friend) that very ripe bananas can be frozen (in their skin) no freezer bag required to make banana bread on a future date.  I tried this, and it does work!  It is great!.  I love making banana bread for my family, but find that many times, the bananas are ripening too quick for my busy schedule.
tip for banana bread lovers. sm
I just disovered (thru a friend) that very ripe bananas can be frozen (in their skin) no freezer bag required to make banana bread on a future date.  I tried this, and it does work!  It is great!.  I love making banana bread for my family, but find that many times, the bananas are ripening too quick for my busy schedule.
Aside from the old favorite zucchini bread, sm
I love zucchini sliced and sauteed with onions, Rotel tomatoes, and crumbled cooked bacon (saute the zucchini in some of the bacon drippings if you can afford the fat/calories).
Been there - could not even afford a loaf of bread once sm
I mean really had not a penny for 2 weeks. We just emptied the cabinets and whatever was in there, we made do. Personally, I know what a terrible feeling that is, downright awful! Remember there is always light at the end of the tunnel. If you have anyone close to you who can help you out - that is one thing, but if not - you will have to make do with what you have.

Try the really cheap stores - the ones where usually you wouldn't even look at before. They have great deals, like Aldi, or the dollar stores, the outlet stores like Wonder, Hostess, etc.

I have to say that experience has humbled me and my family significantly.

Good luck - things will work out. Sometimes, we get wake up calls, and this might be yours. I think I have had quite a few already.
20 garlic chicken. sm
At the risk of sounding dumb - are you supposed to use two whole actual things of garlic.  Garlic has always confused me.  The recipe sounds wonderful but two whole garlic or two segments of one garlic thingy? 
I only used 2 segments of one garlic.
Garlic Chicken

Thanks for posting this.  This smells so wonderful. 

I had gone to a Garlic Festival and they made this with pieces of chicken and added rice.  Wrapped it in a tortilla.  Walaaaa wonderful!!! You could smell it everywhere!  Which is how i found this food booth. 

Okay, what is Jerk BBQ and the bread? sounds good!

you are lucky...they were my bread-and-butter at my past job...
very difficult at first, and I did NOT want to do them; then found out they were pretty much 'standardized' once you got used to the dictators, they say the same thing. Make templates, normals, whatever.

They are interesting, and I could make tons of lines in no time.

Then, I must have gotten 'bumped' when new managers came in and brought in other MTs, because they took them away from me. Never saw them again after that.

Ended up leaving that sorry job, anyway. Very bad experience...

BUT, those ERs paid my bills for 1 full year until then...

Best of luck.
Can I actually just buy sliced bread and line the bottom?...
white bread - not a good thing to eat but...nm

what is the 20 garlic chicken recipe!
sounds incredibly good! Love both garlic and chicken...pls share!
Garlic's good. Keeps vampires away.
No stinky
The neighbors are having garlic. Just walked
Hot French bread with real butter, rasberries
with real cream, Belgian sweet dark chocolate and Fritos.  It would have to be my last supper, because it would probably kill me!   Yummmmmmm.
Love the serrated bread knife! Cuts everything!! nm
Just wanted to let you know that the 20-garlic chicken was AWWESOME!!
If anyone wants the recipe let me know..it is one of the fastes crock pot recipes i have done and sooooo delicious!
I saw below that my 20 garlic chicken was thrown in a few crockpots..


I found that oatmeal works better than bread crumbs - moister
Happy cooking.
That's what I was thinking, Eat bread or drink something nice and warm to help dissolve.
I have 20-garlic chicken in right now..YUMMY cant wait for dinner.
just put the 20 garlic chicken in the crock pot. Smells GREAT!
One quick question - I saw the two garlic clarified, how about the onion?
have to cook chicken for my BF...the 20-cloves of garlic, is that from Rachel Ray?

Wait, I think it was from the barefoot contessa show, I saw her do that but not in a crockpot. 

(We are looking for a place to buy chickens locally as I still believe no animal has to suffer for me, smile!)

Just because I am lazy, is that recipe already posted here, can I do a search to find it? 

Thank you everyone!

Does anyone still have recipe for 20-garlic chicken in crockpot? I can't find
Toast the bread and then either grate in blender or on a manual cheese grater.
My hubby will always be the bread winner - I am close, but his salary tops mine. sm
My hubby works for one of the top Oil Companies in USA - with overtime - $150K a year for him. He has all the bennies, pension, 401K, profit sharing, etc. I am about 50K shy of his salary.
Tuna mac, green beans, bread slices. Very cheap and good.
All in the world tuna mac is, is a can or two of tuna drained and mixed in with the box kind of mac n' cheese. Serve with a can of green beans and a slice of bread.
Recipe for lemon garlic chicken, please??? Sounds yummy.. nm
Garlic keeps you healthy. You smell so bad sick people avoid you.
Hahahah! Are they good Italian folk? I LOVE me some garlic!!
I put garlic in practically everything, short of desserts!
Grilled chicken breasts and garlic mashed potatoes
I want my bread crumbs white so I let them dry up in the open overnight (winter brings low humidity)
a very good way not to waste stale bread (aside from pudding).
Vegetarian chili from the freezer, salad, garlic bagel chips. nm
I meant 2 medium garlic divided into the cloves...was half asleep LOL
BBQ chicken, baked beans and garlic toast with M&M cookies for dessert! nm
'Tis the season for fresh asparagus, steamed or roasted, or spinach sauteed with garlic. Yum! nm
Roasted parmesian garlic sauce over grilled chicken served on bed of vermicelli, green salad
with all the fixins including home-made croutons with garlic and homestyle ranch dressing with sweet tea! YUM!
Hubby making 40 clove garlic chicken in the crock pot. I'll make mashed potatoes and glazed
Bread machine, coffee grinder, George Foreman, waffle maker, blah, blah (sm)

I go through every once in awhile and "clean"away the old Christmas gifts.

Vacuum the house a lot, garlic powder and brewer's yeast (not baking yeast) sm,,,
in all the dogs' food, and definitely give the little one a bath. You'll  need to comb the fleas and their dander and eggs out wtih a flea comb. My dogs used to love this. During flea season, I'd get on the floor and comb them after dinner every night. Have a bowl of soapy water handy (with the flea soap if possible) and dip the comb in the bowl when you start and especially after you find the fleas (and ticks!) on the comb to drown them. Residual soap will help keep them off the pooch. Fleas congregate at the base of the tail and in the groin area. Get puppy used to combing and he/she will come to love it as part of normal grooming. An herbal flea collar might help, too. The other dogs will need to be watched for fleas, too. Good luck!