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  1. Breakfast
  2. Lunch
  3. Appetizers
  4. Dinner
  5. Sweets & Dessert
  6. Drinks
  7. Quick Fixes
  8. Other Recipe Resources
    1. Web sites
    2. Cookbooks

Breakfast

Egg in a Basket (AKA Toad in the Hole, Spit in the Ocean, Egyptian Eye, or Egg and Toast)

Tofu Scramble

Eggstada — submitted by arlen

Melty Non-Dairy Cheese

Lunch

Tabbouleh

Egg Sandwich -lg

Tasty UdonMatthewTom

Red Chicken SandwichMatthewTom

Appetizers

Janelle's [WWW]MN State Fair Deep Fried Cheese Curds recipe (Not exactly like those at the fair, but close!)

Batter:

Mix batter (adding beer a bit at a time) until it's a thick liquid consistency. Coat cheese curds in batter and drop into oil (about 375 degrees) about 5 at a time. Cook curds for about 1 minute (until they start to turn golden) and place on paper towel covered plate. Enjoy!

Dill Pickles

Place the cut cucumbers in a quart jar that has a lid (such as a mason jar). Combine the remaining ingredients in a bowl and stir until the sugar dissolves. Pour the mixture over cucumbers and refrigerate one day before serving. They’ll last for about a week.

[WWW]complete recipe can be found in a July 2010 blog post from Davis Life Magazine.

Dinner

The "I'm Poor but Still Need Nutrients & Flavor"

Ghetto Chicken

Giardina-Mommy's Super Duper Tuna Casserole

Giardina's Quick Curry Mix

Giardina's Italian Quesadilla

Giardina's Quick Mix

Chicken Enchiladas

Beef and Beer with Yellow Potatoes

Sweets & Dessert

Chocolate Mousse -lg

Peach Popsicles

*Blend the peaches, juice and yogurt until smooth.
*Pour into popsicle molds, and freeze for about 3-4 hours.
(makes about six pops)

[WWW]complete recipe can be found in a July 2010 blog post from Davis Life Magazine.

Banana Nut Bread

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Stir the bananas and eggs together in a large bowl. Add the sugar and mix thoroughly. Combine the flour, salt and soda in a separate bowl. Stir to combine, and then add the dry mixture to the large bowl. Stir everything together, and add the chocolate and/or walnuts last. Grease a bread loaf pan (or line with parchment paper) and bake for about 50-60 minutes. Test with a toothpick to make sure it has baked all the way through. Makes one loaf.

[WWW]complete recipe can be found in a July 2010 blog post from Davis Life Magazine.

Drinks

Lychee Iced Tea -MikeIvanov

Lassi

Mead

Quick Fixes

Ramen

Mi Kho
(Vietnamese Dry Noodles) Tastes better than it sounds, and has less MSG since most of it is drained off.

Yogurt With Everything -lg

Other Recipe Resources

Web sites

Cookbooks

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Note: I wasn't sure of the best way to go about this, or if it's even a good idea for the wiki. but sinice many people are too lazy to cook for them selves, I figured i'd have a place for good, easy to cook recipes. i'll add some stuff when i get home. we could also have a page on cooking, although i'm not sure how useful that would be.arlen


I just want to comment and say what a cool idea! I have tons of my own recipes on my computer that I will glady share. - AshleyOrsaba


Oh! I'm excited! I have a bunch of good recipes to share!Users/LizaAbeja


2005-02-18 17:43:39   There have been a number of community cookbooks made in Davis. (I've got a Valley Oak one in my kitchen) Perhaps given the number of recipes that could be contributed each one should have its own page linked from here. Would it be worthwhile to have them all share a common format for the title? Maybe "Recipe:Name". Does a new template page for recipes need to be made? —JasonAller


2005-02-18 18:44:39   I like Jasons formatting idea. that way people can comment on individual recipies —ArlenAbraham—— 2005-02-18 19:42:24   I agree.... I was actually thinking about this earlier, while nowhere near a computer (oops, obsession). If people really do put up all their nifty swell recipes, the page will be huge. Plus, if we have individual pages for each recipe, we can add photos. —SummerSong


2005-02-18 20:52:58   technical question: for sub pages, do they need have the same parent name as the page they're going on? like recipes:name, or is it recipe:name? —ArlenAbraham


I don't think that either way is better; it's important that they're all the same, though. It sounds to me that if a page says Recipes:Ghetto Chicken (for example) then there would be multiple recipes for Ghetto Chicken on the page. Alternatively, Recipes:Ghetto Chicken makes sense because the page it links to is called Recipes. In other, totally unrelated news, Miriam just fell over. Oops. —SummerSong


My suggestion: get this page big, THEN make sub pages titled "Recipe: Whatever". —PhilipNeustrom


2005-09-19 18:46:51   Just bringing this page back up into the Recent Changes list in hopes that some more crazy super awesome recipes will be added by you wiki folks. —VivianPham


2006-01-11 11:03:26   here is a cooking tip: chewing gum while chopping onions will prevent you from tearing up... you dont want to look like a baby when you are trying to impress a hot date with your fancy italian casserole do you? —BlakeHarrison


2006-01-11 15:37:03   Another onion tip: use a sharp knife. That way, you'll slice the onion cells apart rather than crush the walls together. As an added bonus, it will be easier to chop, too! —JudithTruman


2006-03-04 01:27:14   To be honest, i have tons of recipes, as i have cooked/prepared over 80% of my meals since i came up to Davis...i'll post more soon. —MatthewTom


2006-03-23 15:49:24   Umm... one correction: Egg in a Basket is not the same as Toad in the Hole - the egg/basket thing is an egg fried in bread, while toad/hole is sausages baked in batter. Thanks :) —PeterTurner

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