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  1. Jul 14, 2004 #1

    I'm sick of sad news. I'm worn out with having to tiptoe around so I don't step on bugs. I'm tired of pedaling miles every night to feed the Alley Kitties.

    I want some Virtual Cake. Good cake, with icing. I want you to make me a Cake, and do it good-heartedly.
    The next day, I want Pie.
    And then I want a whole nice Lunchie.

    You all ate like Pigs on the Supper thread. I had nothing, not one crumb. It was ALL, ALL for YOU.

    I bet I don't get one thing.
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  3. Jul 14, 2004 #2
    You wanna be my first cooking guinea p--er... victi--er... tast--um..

    Yeah, I don't think you want me to cook.

  4. Jul 14, 2004 #3


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    Well, I tend towards easy things to make, but surely any self respecting West Texan loves enchiladas.

    Pound of boneless chicken (preferably with a carbochon cut, but just chopped up into bite size pieces works well, too)
    1 can refried beans
    1/2 an onion
    1 small can green chiles (diced is easier)
    1 bag of shredded cheese (I think there's a cup, or maybe 2 cups in one of those bags at the store)
    1 can tomato soup
    1 can cream of mushroom soup (just about any other type cream soup can be substituted for variety)
    1 can Hatch Green Chile enchilada sauce (it's about the only good canned sauce I've found - and it's very good, at that)
    About 12-14 Tortillas (flour or corn - either one's good - but you have to cook the corn tortillas in oil before rolling things in them).

    Brown the chicken in a pan (the grease makes a mess if you brown it on a piece of tin foil)
    Add the can of refried beans (it needs to be heated to mix well with the meat)
    Take the chicken/beans off the heat
    Mix in the onions, chiles, and half of the cheese
    Roll this mixture up in tortillas and put in a kind of rectangular shaped pan or dish (I think they're called a cake pan and/or a casserole dish)

    Mix the soups and the sauce together
    Pour over the rolled tortillas
    Sprinkle the rest of the cheese over the top

    I've made this with hamburger when I either didn't have chicken or was too lazy to cut it up. For some reason, everyone seems to love either one (but the chicken enchiladas are best).

    Actually, this is just a modification of the recipe that they used to put on the back of Old El Paso enchilada sauce.
  5. Jul 14, 2004 #4
    Oh GEE, thanks ALOT cookiemonster and BobG.
    Yes, that was really great VIRTUAL CAKE you made me. As in NO CAKE at all. AND THANKS FOR THE MEAT-LADEN RECIPE. Just GREAT for vegetarians such as myself.

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  7. Jul 14, 2004 #6
    Oh come on Holly! BobG was nice enough to give you an enchilada recipe, and you treat him like that? For shame!

    Don't worry Bob, I'll make it.
  8. Jul 14, 2004 #7
    maybe we should start a gay/black/women/conservative/dwarf bashing thread? it always livens things up and makes people come together :smile:
  9. Jul 14, 2004 #8
    Hey, how come I have 0 posts?
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    Okay, Holly, since you put so much effort into that fabulous virtual feast, I think I have just the cake for you! I haven't made it in a VERY long time...because it takes TWO DAYS to make it, but after all that effort on your part, and with a little help from the robots who have been out-of-work since then, here it is, made completely from scratch (except the ice cream part...but I'll be sure to get the hand-made, French pot style that is absolutely to-die-for from the local ice creamery.

    Glazed Five-Layer Ice Cream Cake
    On the bottom, a layer of chocolate cake
    Next, a layer of thick fudge sauce
    On top of that, a layer of coffee ice cream
    Then another layer of cake and another layer of fudge sauce
    That's all topped off with a layer of chocolate meringue
    And the entire cake is coated with a chocolate glaze
    And the top is decorated with a border of whipped cream stars.

    The generously sized slices are served up on plates garnished with either chocolate or raspberry sauce, and there's cappuccino to go with it.

  11. Jul 14, 2004 #10
    Hi Holly-girlie. Enjoy! :smile:

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  12. Jul 14, 2004 #11
    I hate ice cream!

    Hate it! Hate it!

    Sorry Moonbear, but I just Hate It. And the only cake I got was ice-cream. Well, at least you tried.
  13. Jul 14, 2004 #12
    it is my understanding that post counts only tally up when you post in the upper forums here :)
  14. Jul 14, 2004 #13
    And I hate this thread, too! No cakes, no pies, no lunchie. Look how Mad my Ferret is! He is so stressed! He's hungry! Wants pie! Wants this thread removed!
    I've gone manic waiting and waiting and waiting to hear if I got into a different program than sonography, the stupid sonography program! Want Cake! Want Pie! Want to lay around and Cry! Stubs gone...Ludwig with a big drain in his side...don't know if I'm in Respiratory Therapy program or NOT!!! And sorry to Say, Denizens, but Lousy Threads on the board!!!
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    Gee, Holly, I least I cook it in a cake pan. Doesn't that count for anything?

    And how can you make vegetarian cake? Don't you need eggs to make cake?
  16. Jul 14, 2004 #15

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    whaaa??!! OK, Holly, what happenned? That's not bored language. You are obviously UPSET!
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    You don't like ice cream? How can you not like ice cream?! Okay, no problem, I can fix that. Fortunately for you, with the army of robots at my disposal, they've whipped up a few other varieties to choose from. In one, they've substituted a mocha buttercream filling for the ice cream. In another, we have a white chocolate ganache. And in a third, there's a peanut butter filling. Hopefully one of those will suffice in place of the ice cream.

    Since you're coping with a sick pet, I know how important it is to have comfort food like a rich cake, so we'll find something to help cheer you up.
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    OK, Toots. You asked for it!! Here! Have a BIIIIG piece of my Waldorf Astoria Red Velvet chocolate cake!!! YUM!! Isn't that GOOD???!! And here. Follow it with a big cookie. If you want just the cookie DOUGH, let me know. I have some in my refer I can send you. OK?

    You poor baby. I wish they'd hurry up and let you know SOMETHING!! Are you trying to get into respiratory now? And your kitties? What happened to Stubs? Did he run off? Poor Ludwig. He'll get better soon. I'll say a few kitty prayers for him. OK? (Do you think a friendly little SKUNK would cheer him up???? :biggrin:)
  20. Jul 15, 2004 #19

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    For Ludwig: I have taken a delicate pastry shell, and filled the bottom with a centimeter of fresh cream. Onto that I have scooped a generous table-spoonful of tuna fish and then garnished with a kitty treat on top. Over all of this I have sprinkled finely shredded catnip leaves from my garden. Served on fine china.
  21. Jul 15, 2004 #20
    Yum yum....
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