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Had so much fun last night that I just have to share the goodness!
For those of you who like food . . .
1. Pork chops and soup
*One can Cream of Mushroom, or other creamy soup of choice
*One Pork Chop
*Green beans or veggie of choice.
Place green bean, then uncooked pork chop, then soup in a oven-safe dish (the layer affect) and put in oven @ 350 degrees. Set timer for 40 minutes. Check to make sure pork chop is cooked all the way through. Dinner is served, in this case, for one! It's very yummy and easy!
2. Shrimp wrapped in bacon
*Desired number of fresh medium shrimp
*Corresponding number of bacon strips
*bottle of French Dressing
Deshell and devein the shrimp. Place in dish and cover with french dressing, and then let marinate for 2 hours in the fridge. After marinating, wrap each shrimp individually in uncooked bacon and place back in the dish with the dressing. Place in the over @ 350 dregrees. Bake for 10 minutes, turn the wraps, bake for another 10 minutes. Serve immediatly (but they're good cooled down too!) Awesome dish that is sooo easy to make. It was a huge success at my social hour last night. Oh, but I left them in the over for like 30 minutes, but that's because I forgot them. But, it baked the bacon a little more and it came out perfect (I think my oven is a little jank though). I also suggest removing the wraps from the tray so you don't have them sitting in the dressing the whole time-- after baking, there's a lot of grease sitting in there!
3. Velvet Hammers
*Good Vodka
*White Creme de Caoco
*Controu
*Either Vanilla Ice Cream or Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Put a large portion of ice cream in a blender, then add 1 shot vodka, 1/2 shot creme de caoco, and 1/2 controu. Blend thoroughly into a milk shake and pour into glasses. Goes down smooth, but it will hit you hard, especially the first time. Also good with three full shots-- 1 of each. Very yummy and addicting!

Ok, I think that's it on recipes. Had way too much fun last night. Palak, Jeff, Ann, Angie and Chris came over for social hour. Good music, good food, good drinks, good friends! Everyone finally cleared out around 1 a.m., the appartment was already clean, and I went to bed. *sigh* Oh, and Ann got me this state-of-the-art blender from Oster (the same people who make the horse clippers, which makes this very weird!) for a housewarming present. Not only does it look really cool, but it works great! Thank you Ann!!

Hmm, should probably work now. I got stood up for an interview this morning, so now I'm going to have to scramble!
spirithorse21: (Default)
Had so much fun last night that I just have to share the goodness!
For those of you who like food . . .
1. Pork chops and soup
*One can Cream of Mushroom, or other creamy soup of choice
*One Pork Chop
*Green beans or veggie of choice.
Place green bean, then uncooked pork chop, then soup in a oven-safe dish (the layer affect) and put in oven @ 350 degrees. Set timer for 40 minutes. Check to make sure pork chop is cooked all the way through. Dinner is served, in this case, for one! It's very yummy and easy!
2. Shrimp wrapped in bacon
*Desired number of fresh medium shrimp
*Corresponding number of bacon strips
*bottle of French Dressing
Deshell and devein the shrimp. Place in dish and cover with french dressing, and then let marinate for 2 hours in the fridge. After marinating, wrap each shrimp individually in uncooked bacon and place back in the dish with the dressing. Place in the over @ 350 dregrees. Bake for 10 minutes, turn the wraps, bake for another 10 minutes. Serve immediatly (but they're good cooled down too!) Awesome dish that is sooo easy to make. It was a huge success at my social hour last night. Oh, but I left them in the over for like 30 minutes, but that's because I forgot them. But, it baked the bacon a little more and it came out perfect (I think my oven is a little jank though). I also suggest removing the wraps from the tray so you don't have them sitting in the dressing the whole time-- after baking, there's a lot of grease sitting in there!
3. Velvet Hammers
*Good Vodka
*White Creme de Caoco
*Controu
*Either Vanilla Ice Cream or Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Put a large portion of ice cream in a blender, then add 1 shot vodka, 1/2 shot creme de caoco, and 1/2 controu. Blend thoroughly into a milk shake and pour into glasses. Goes down smooth, but it will hit you hard, especially the first time. Also good with three full shots-- 1 of each. Very yummy and addicting!

Ok, I think that's it on recipes. Had way too much fun last night. Palak, Jeff, Ann, Angie and Chris came over for social hour. Good music, good food, good drinks, good friends! Everyone finally cleared out around 1 a.m., the appartment was already clean, and I went to bed. *sigh* Oh, and Ann got me this state-of-the-art blender from Oster (the same people who make the horse clippers, which makes this very weird!) for a housewarming present. Not only does it look really cool, but it works great! Thank you Ann!!

Hmm, should probably work now. I got stood up for an interview this morning, so now I'm going to have to scramble!

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