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This is NWR's WorldWide Test Kitchen
where we see What's Crackin' In Yo' Kitchen!!.

We'll break everything down into 6 categories so that everything can be organized:

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert, Snack/Appetizer/Other & Mixed Drinks/Shakes/Smoothies

I will also organize all entries into the 1st post so it's easy to find in a table of contents sort of way, so please only put one recipe per post. You can include pics, ingredients, step by step instructions or whatever you find necessary.

Breakfast Bagel Sandwich - BlackNMild2k1
Manlette/"All Day" Omelette/Tacomelette Supreme - BlackNMild2k1
Breakfast Scramble / Breakfast Pizza - BlackNMild2k1
McHomemade McMuffin - The Perm

BLT (Bacon Lettuce Tomato) - Maxi
Grilled Ham, Egg & Cheese Sandwich - BlackNMild2k1
Garlic Chicken Sandwich - ShyGuy
Mushroom & Onion Stove Top "Foil Broiled" Burger - BlackNMild2k1
Burger on Crescent Bun - Hyptheliciously (aka Stogi)

Fried Chicken - BlackNMild2k1
Mom's Meatballs (A Family Recipe) - Maxi
Peanut Butter Chicken - noname2200
Butter Garlic Chicken - BlackNMild2k1
Border Fried Rice - Luly
Quick & Easy Chicken Noodle Soup -BlackNMild2k1
Pork and Beans w/ Hot Dogs - BlackNMild2k1
Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon - Luly
Roasted Potatoes - Shyguy
Bacon Wrapped Chicken & Vegetables - BlackNMild2k1
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce - BlackNMild2k1
Jambalaya - apdude
Blackened Catfish - BlackNMild2k1
London Broil - BlackNMild2k1
Stewed Chicken - BlackNMild2k1
Vietnamese Phở Ba - Dasmos
Real (Southern) Mac N Cheese - BlackNMild2k1
Southern Red Rice - BlackNMild2k1
Crab & Shrimp Chowder - BNM2k1

Strawberry Cheesecake Brownie - Maxi
Fruit Salad - Maxi

Cheesy Spoon Bread - The BlackCat
Tortilla Chips - Maxi
Chile Cheese French Bread- noname2200
Empanadas - noname2200
Homemade Tomato Alfredo Sauce - Stogi

Mixed Drinks/Shakes/Smoothies
Lemonade Insanity - 18 Flavors of Lemonade - ShyGuy
1. Lemonade Prime  2. Vanilla Lemonade  3. Strawberry Lemonade

*This thread was inspired by Shyguy's Extreme Sandwiches thread*

Well I guess I will start.
This past Thanksgiving and Christmas I made my dessert.
Strawberry Cheesecake Brownie.
You basically have 3 ingredients. A Brownie mix,Cheesecake filling, and Strawberries.

First you Bake the Brownie mix according to the instructions. After it is done baking you need to wait till it cools fully otherwise once you put the cheesecake filling on the brownies the Cheesecake filling will melt quickly. I would say wait 30 mins for it to cool. Once the brownies are cooled you put on the cheesecake filling. After you have done that put on the strawberries. Put in the refrigerator. This desert works best if you do it the night before you eat it.

I have only tried one variation thus far. Cherries added. Same process as above. Except you can have different kinds of cherries.
Marachino cherries I like to put the juice on top of the cheesecake filling. Cut the cherries in half and spread around the halves around the Cheesecake brownie.
There is the cherries that come in a can and the sauce is really thick.I find this to make the whole Cherry Cheesecake Brownie very thick. It should go without saying that this is a rich tasting and fattening dessert.


-Original Recipe Below-
I just made some Fried Chicken. Only the 2nd or 3rd time I've made it myself..... don't be surprised, no need for me to cook it when my mom does it so perfect all ready.

But I just did it basic, very basic, and I could use some pointers. Especially when it comes to seasoning. It turned out ok, but it was definitely missing something.

The basics are
-wash your chicken
-season your flour(& your chicken if you want)*
-then coat your chicken in the seasoned flour
-gently lay in pan of hot oil (preferably half the chicken deep)
-turn chicken occasionally till chicken is browned on all sides
-put chicken on a napkin to drain the extra oil

*Season options:
-salt, pepper, garlic powder/salt, minced onion/onion powder, chili powder, cayenne pepper, bay leaves, parsley, season all, paprika, chives, lemon pepper, or anything else you think would go good with chicken

Here are the pics:

tomorrow.... Breakfast Bagel

I tend to put on Lemon pepper and sea salt on my chicken. Sea Salt tends to be more healthy than normal salt. The Lemon pepper adds a nice flavor to it.

Here's the secret to tasty fried chicken: Season the chicken with large amounts of dry seasonings THEN roll it in flour. Also, make sure the oil is very hot.

I like to use salt or MSG, black pepper, and paprika. Jonny Salt is good too.


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