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  1. Lisa S

    Lisa S Member

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    Well it's January in Wisconsin and although it has not been that cold, I am doing a Fuzzy Slipper Show at the end of the month.

    The host wants to do some kind of comfort food (probably main dish) at the show. Any recommendations for a good demo?

    Thanks in advance!
     
    Jan 11, 2006
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  2. rwesterpchef

    rwesterpchef Advanced Member

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    Jan 11, 2006
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  3. I too need a main dish. I'm doing a "cooking class" at the end of February and it's on a Sunday a couple of hours after church. I want to demo something simple - but I've got a feeling that I should feed these folks. I'm always starvin after church. :)
     
    Jan 16, 2006
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  4. Sallie_M

    Sallie_M Member

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    Comfort food supper

    At our Jan. cluster meeting, we got recipes to use for pan demos in Feb. I tried this last night, and am making it for my Tuesday night Fuzzy Slipper Show. This is a favorite comfort food in my home. You also might do the Saute` Pan garlic biscuits to go along with this.

    One Skillet Stroganoff

    1 # round steak, boneless chicken or boneless pork (I used beef)
    1 tsp. dried mustard
    1 # fresh mushrooms
    3 onions, sliced w/USG
    1 (8oz.) bag of noodles
    2 quarts beef or chicken stock
    2 cloves garlic
    16 oz sour cream

    Slice the meat into thin strips with the 5" Utility Knife and brown in the Stir Fry Skillet. Add onions, press the garlic (Garlic Press) and add, along with the dried mustard, to the Skillet. Saute` until nicely browned. Add the beef or chicken stock and cook covered for 10 minutes (set timer). (This is when you can use the Egg Slicer to slice mushrooms and talk about Cookware.) Add mushrooms and bag of noodles. Cover and cook for 10 more minutes. Remove from heat and add sour cream. Serve while hot.

    These are the changes I made. I like a little tomato flavor in mine, so added 2 Tbls. ketchup. Also thickened with 3 Tbls. flour in a 1/2 cup of water. It is like soup otherwise. It was good either way! My husband, whose favorite meal is Stroganoff, said I could make it like this anytime if it was easier (yes!).
     
    Jan 22, 2006
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