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Posted: 28 January 2013 07:15 PM   [ Ignore ]  
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Post your favorite recipes up gents! Maybe if this gets to be a long enough thread Ben can actually put everything into a book and sell it lol

Teriyaki Chicken/Beef and rice

One of my new favorites

3tbsp of oil
1 1/2 cup of water
2/3 cup of teriyaki sauce
2 cups of brown rice (uncooked)
1lb of beef or chicken
some brocolli
1 red pepper cut into slices

I dont do the brocolli and pepper since i hate both but...

heat the oil in a large skillet, stove on a higher temp. i put mine on 5 1/2. goes to 9 but on my stove thats plenty hot
if your using beef cook the beef until its about medium
add water and teriyaki. stir
once everything begins to boil again add in rice, pepper, and brocolli. reduce to simmer and cover
simmer for 5 minutes and fluff with fork

and its done!

if youre using chicken i turned the stove to 5 initially and cooked it until the meat was just barely done. once you cover and simmer it it cooks the rest of the way. the process is still the same though
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Posted: 29 January 2013 11:16 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]  
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Had the same thread idea but never made it! My 1st contribution...

Yummy Protein Shake full of goodness
(Add in this order)

200ml Full Fat Milk or Raw Milk
3/4 Banana
5-6 Frozen Strawberries
Small handful or so of Raspberries
Small handful or so of Blueberries
Small handful of Baby Spinach
Protein Powder (Chocolate or Vanilla works well for me)
Tbsp Full Fat Coconut Cream
3-6 Tbsp Cream or a splash of juice or both if you are feeling exotic

OPTIONAL: Oats, these will make it thick as fuck so may need more liquid unless you like eating your shakes....

Blend all that shit together, drink whenever in the day. I find I can train for ages when having this beforehand or sometimes I use it afterwards for recovery. Up to you. smile
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Posted: 31 January 2013 07:47 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]  
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very nice.

mr seath uploaded a pretty cool recipe i might try tomorrow onto his youtube channel.
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Posted: 12 February 2013 07:36 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]  
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Bacon-Wrapped Chicken

6 chicken breasts1 (1lb.) package bacon
healthy sprinkle of sea salt
healthy sprinkle of black pepper
1 TBS. garlic powder
1 TBS. onion powder
1 TBS. chili powder
1 TBS. miss dash seasoning Salute (or your favorite poultry seasoning)

Preheat oven to 425, and line a 9×9 baking dish with aluminum foil.
Mix all seasonings together and then distribute evenly on chicken breasts.
Wrap each breast with 2-3 slices of bacon, and place them in the baking dish.
Bake (uncovered) for 40 minutes, or until each breast reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees.
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Posted: 13 February 2013 04:30 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]  
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Me: babe im hungry
Wife: what do you want
Me: dead animals
Wait about 45 munutes
Get a plate and fork...
Enjoy something that once had a heartbeat

Simply easy dinner plan if you ask me
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Posted: 07 March 2013 01:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]  
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Chris gilbert - 13 February 2013 04:30 AM
Me: babe im hungry
Wife: what do you want
Me: dead animals
Wait about 45 munutes
Get a plate and fork...
Enjoy something that once had a heartbeat

Simply easy dinner plan if you ask me


But I'm forever alone.

Ill substitue babe for bro and see how it works
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Posted: 07 March 2013 02:04 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]  
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General_Crunchytoes - 07 March 2013 01:05 PM
Chris gilbert - 13 February 2013 04:30 AM
Me: babe im hungry
Wife: what do you want
Me: dead animals
Wait about 45 munutes
Get a plate and fork...
Enjoy something that once had a heartbeat

Simply easy dinner plan if you ask me


But I'm forever alone.

Ill substitue babe for bro and see how it works


Gotcha! You want to be the small spoon, or the big spoon?

I know this isn't what the thread implies, but I'm so out of the cooking zone that I find myself eating 3-6 tablespoons (MASSIVE TABLESPOONS JUST MASSIVE OH MY GOD.) of peta panz natural peanut buttazzzz. I just feel like you can't go wrong with peanut butter. Natural, AND peter pan? That's a hefty amount of fats and proteins.
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Posted: 07 March 2013 02:11 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]  
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General_Crunchytoes - 07 March 2013 01:05 PM
Chris gilbert - 13 February 2013 04:30 AM
Me: babe im hungry
Wife: what do you want
Me: dead animals
Wait about 45 munutes
Get a plate and fork...
Enjoy something that once had a heartbeat

Simply easy dinner plan if you ask me


But I'm forever alone.

Ill substitue babe for bro and see how it works


You can say bro if you want. This website has a strick dont ask dont tell policy haha
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Posted: 07 March 2013 05:21 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]  
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Chris gilbert - 07 March 2013 02:11 PM
General_Crunchytoes - 07 March 2013 01:05 PM
Chris gilbert - 13 February 2013 04:30 AM
Me: babe im hungry
Wife: what do you want
Me: dead animals
Wait about 45 munutes
Get a plate and fork...
Enjoy something that once had a heartbeat

Simply easy dinner plan if you ask me


But I'm forever alone.

Ill substitue babe for bro and see how it works


You can say bro if you want. This website has a strick dont ask dont tell policy haha


Oh thank god. Haha
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Posted: 23 September 2013 08:10 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]  
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This is one of my staples, something I make several times a week. It’s cheap, easy, and is easily modified depending on what I’m in the mood for. The stews I’ve been making as of late are a lot different than the bean/rice/flavorless-beef stews I made for a while, or the typical beef/vegetable/red wine stews I used to make. This is a chili-type stew that I’ve been making lately. I ran out of room to add any potatoes, so I cooked some rice on the side to eat it with.

-6 lbs beef and pork, cubed, covered in ground cayenne, paprika, parsley, jalapenos, and dried chilis
-1 beef rib, I try to always include some type of bone-in meat, even if it’s just a rib or two
-Onions, tomatoes, garlic, and pinto beans, and a couple bay leaves

http://i1084.photobucket.com/albums/j403/brentwillisbgw/20130922_190716_RichtoneHDR.jpg

http://i1084.photobucket.com/albums/j403/brentwillisbgw/20130922_193701_RichtoneHDR.jpg

After 12 hours:

http://i1084.photobucket.com/albums/j403/brentwillisbgw/20130923_072150_RichtoneHDR-1.jpg

560 grams of protein, plus a considerable amount of fat and other nutrients for about $20 and about 20 minutes of total prep time.

I’ll vary the recipe for almost every batch, just so I don’t get bored. For the meat I’ll use beef, pork, buffalo, and sometimes lamb. For the carbs I rotate between potatoes, lentils, barley, or sometimes none, depending on my needs. Sometimes I’ll add green beans, eggplant, or squash. I always use a lot of peppers and spices.



For the rice, I browned a red onion, tomato, some sausages, coriander, cumin seeds, and black pepper with about 2 cups of basmati rice. It doesn’t really have to be that complicated. But since I had to make my carb source separately this week, I wanted to do it right.

http://i1084.photobucket.com/albums/j403/brentwillisbgw/20130922_194351_RichtoneHDR.jpg

After cooking:

http://i1084.photobucket.com/albums/j403/brentwillisbgw/20130922_200346_RichtoneHDR.jpg
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