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Friday, 17 October 2008

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janfrederick

Awesome. I actually have two of these ingredients right now. And I was wondering what I should do with them. Thanks for the idea.

Carol

Mmmm, mabo ramen...Cheap, easy, taste good. What else can we ask for? Well, maybe a trip to Thailand, but this will do for now. :-D

foodhoe

Yum that looks so easy and delicious!

nhbilly

Hey if you had miso already in the fridge you could make miso mabo. Just salt, pepper, garlic, and some shallot for the ground pork. To thicken up the mixture add a mixture of corn starch and chicken broth or water.

Cathy

Next Thursday, JF...send me a picture of your shelves and I'll make a meal....oooh another idea for a post... I know Carol, I have a few emails from Kirk and am *so* jealous.
Hey, FH- it is. Kind of lazy I suppose, but no need to overwork myself in the kitchen.
Great idea, Bill. Thanks. Always miso paste in the fridge...

Derek

Cathy,

I finally did that london broil you had up. It turned out very tender but was a bit of a pain to cook (because my steak was TOO big). I will defiantly be doing it again though this time with a more normal size of meat. I ate it the next day cold on a salad; very good stuff!

Keep up the fun "Five Buck Fridays!"

cathy

I'm glad it turned out tender for you, Derek. I am trying to show 'normal' size meals to keep within the $5 for everything part of it all, but I know people eat more or that there are more than two people in a family. I suppose a lot of the details are in how to cook the meal correctly...I just am glad to be able to share via this blog. ;)

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