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post #31 of 34
Mmmmm, Philly cheesesteak. My guilty pleasure.
post #32 of 34

Re:What do you cook when you don't feel like cooking?

I will usually throw in a pot of pasta; toss it in some olive oil; salt, pep, red pepper flakes, grated parm.Tonight I didn't feel like making much of a mess, or really cooking much. So I just grabbed a red onion, nice ripe tomato, and a cucumber.
post #33 of 34
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Well there's that little problem. And to me, the idea of "holding" a crepe, or of preparing them in advance, or eating them lukewarm, makes about as much sense as drinking a lukewarm beer with a straw.

What I do is this: I'll make one crepe, serve it to my wife, and while she's eating I'll make one for me, then she watches me eat. Then we repeat this process until

a) we can't take it anymore.
b) there's no more batter.

(b) never ever happens because I always make extra batter for breakfast the next morning. :thumb:
post #34 of 34
Quesadillas are super fast and there are limitless possibilities. Add a glob of sour cream and some fresh salsa...mmmmm.
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