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  1. Quick, easy and cheap. †Probably not good for you, but here is: Scavenger Hunt Lo Mein 1 package Top Ramen (beef or pork works best), 1/2 to 1 cup frozen Peas and Carrots two table spoons of cooking oil (olive preferable) one slice of lunchmeat (ham preferable) (optional) 1 egg In a small pot heat up the peas and carrots, when they are basically thawed put them in a bowl. †Dice up the meat into little pieces and toss it in with the veggies. Boil the ramen and drain off the water. †After draining the water add the soup spice package and stir up the noodles. †(For maximum effici
  2. MmmmMm, that sounds delish! I've been thinking of trying out various stews and such in my slow cooker this coming winter. I'd probably switch out the jalapeno peppers for regular bell peppers and some mushrooms, though. Can you post the whole recipe? Sure, but in an effort to stay marginally on track I'll fire it over on the Off-topic section : ) Hai, everybody! As requested, here's my recipe for my infamous "Three Flesh Chili". Might as well get some other contenders in here : ) Post 'em if you've got 'em! Chili Con Carne - adapted from Alton Brown's Pressure Cooke
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