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I'm vegetarian so I'll pass.

I'd have Greek yogurt with sliced strawberries with kettle corn on the top.

Blueberries, banana and chocolate?

Pass - sounds kind of boring.

I'd make some nice eclairs with fruit inside - flaky, delicious pastry, the top dipped in dark chocolate, the center filled with banana cream custard, with a thin layer of blueberry jam inside.

radishes, curry powder, polenta (or grits)

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I'd try that!

I would mix the cream with some cream cheese, whip it enough to make it slightly fluffy, then chop up the apple and add it in, and top with cinnamon.

spinach, vanilla extract, butter   (good luck with that one)

I'd try that!

I would lightly sautee the spinach in butter, and serve it with chicken... unfortunately, I tripped over the cat and dropped the vanilla extract on the floor on the way to the cooker... (HeeHee!)

apricots, milk chocolate, pitta bread...

Original Post by dansmum99:

I'd try that!

I would lightly sautee the spinach in butter, and serve it with chicken... unfortunately, I tripped over the cat and dropped the vanilla extract on the floor on the way to the cooker... (HeeHee!)

apricots, milk chocolate, pitta bread...

such a cheater, dansmum! :P

Original Post by antibinge:

Original Post by dansmum99:

I'd try that!

I would lightly sautee the spinach in butter, and serve it with chicken... unfortunately, I tripped over the cat and dropped the vanilla extract on the floor on the way to the cooker... (HeeHee!)

apricots, milk chocolate, pitta bread...

such a cheater, dansmum! :P

hey, blame the cat!!!!

I'd try that!

I would make a milk chocolate fondue by melting the chocolate. I would cut up  the apricots into halves and cut the pita bread into triangles for dipping into the chocolate. 

marshmallows, peaches, ricotta cheese

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1) I'd try that!

2) I would soak the kidney beans from dry and then cook them with granulated onion flakes, garlic, a bit of chili powder, black peppers, a few chopped up jalapenos or green chiles, etc.  I would have diced at least one cup but probably 2 of red bell peppers, and add them to the beans, and simmer the beans and peppers for around 40 minutes.

I would drain the liquid.

Then I would scoop out a cup or two into a bowl and put on a liberal amount of shredded cheddar cheese.

3) peanut butter, apples, marshmallows

 

Yum, Shane!  I'd try that!

 

I would make a play on the traditional sweet pot casserole!  I would soften the apples in a little butter, cinnamon and nutmeg.  Stir in the peanut butter and some chopped pecans and top with the marshmallows and bake until bubbly and slightly browned on top!

 

Chorizo, cream of mushroom soup, and elbow macaroni!

  •  peanut butter, apples, marshmallows--> yours sounds immense! :D i'd cover the sliced apples and marshmellows on sticks in  melted peanut butter and roll in sesame seeds or crushed nuts.

 

  • chorizo, cream of mushroom soup and elbow macaroni--> i'll give this a bash even though i dont like the ingredients, but im gonna change the chorizo to chicken salami 'cus i dont eat pork. cook the pasta first and the sausage and then combine with the soup

 

  • eggs, tomatoes, creme fraiche? --->

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Delicious!

I'd roast the carrots and sprinkle them with cinnamon and sugar and toss the raisins on top. Sounds like a healthy dessert. I feel like that would be yummy, but then again I eat a lot of strange food combos.

 

Chocolate syrup, sprouted grain bread, cottage cheese

 

I'd eat it! It sounds pretty good!

I'd toast the sprouted grain bread, mix the quark (russian cottage cheese) with peanut butter and spread some on top, then drizzle with chocolate sauce.

flaked sweetened coconut, sour cream, sugar pie pumpkin

I'd scrape off the chocolate syrup and eat the rest.

Then, I'd wash my hands and make a pumpkin cheesecake with your ingredients.  The sugar pie pumpkin will be baked and pureed, then combined with cream cheese, eggs, brown sugar and spices then poured into a chopped pecan and graham cracker crust.  The sour cream gets turned into a non-sweet topping.  Finally, I'd toast the coconut flakes to golden and sprinkle it liberally all over the top of the cheesecake!

Next recipe will include:  Blue cornmeal, yellow onion, bing cherries.

i had to look up what these were :P

Id make blue corn tortilla chips with the blue corn meal, flour and water

Id then make a caramelised onion dip with the onions and cream cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise and black pepper and a bit of cayenne etc

then make a cherry chuckney with the cherries, chilli, suagr etc

Id serve the blue chips with the two dips :)

chocolate, cream, raspberries?

pass...i dont like chips and i hate anything involving mayonnaise 

I'd make a chocolate mousse using the cream and the chocolate, then layer the mousse with a raspberry sauce serve it in a tall glass and topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings :)

dried cranberries, vanilla yogurt, coconut? 

 

1) I would definitely try that.

2) Blended drink -- I would simply throw all 3 of those in the blender (the coconut would be the fine, shredded variety)

3) chocolate, pineapple, whole wheat flour

 

Original Post by sandyear:

Pass !

 

I'd slice the eggplant lengthwise into thin strips fill them with a bite of salmon head meat and an asparagus spear, roll it up, drizzle with lemon, garlic, oil and skewer it with some cherry tomatoes and grill it, kabob style.

YOU MUST make me this! ha ha ha.

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