Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

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Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

Post by WorkmanMRE » Sat Mar 14, 2020 3:50 pm

Good day my fellow quaranteened humans!

Stuck inside and cooking 3 meals a day?
Are your "easy foods" running out?
I bet we all have some dry storage bags of rice,beans,flour, and other shelf stable foods. Perhaps a ton of canned foods?

But what to do with it?
How do you combine these items into tasty meals?
What is propper seasoning for different volumes of food?
How do I get bold flavors?

ALL THESE QUESTIONS WILL BE ANSWERED:
IN A SERIES OF POSTS FROM MYSELF AND OTHER HOME/PROFESSIONAL COOKS.... WE WILL POST AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE. WE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS AND HELP YOU BUILD MEALS FROM WHAT YOU HAVE.

I will start the posts with a family recipe we have enjoyed for years. It is versatile and tasty! Supper food if you will. Complete proteins and super nutritious.
"Workman family Goulash" video #6


Here is a video link to some of my recipes and cooking videos if you like:
(YOU CAN ADD MEAT TO ANY OF THESE DISHES)
1. "Spicy tomato barley soup"


2. "Roasted pumpkin irish stew"


3. "MRE dessert hack!"


4. "Mocha MRE Parfait dessert hack #2"


5. "The best veggie burger out there, Beyond burger"


6. "Rice Goulash, a Workman family staple!"


"I hope these recipes and videos help some of you in this situation we face ....and also in the future. Please feel free to ask questions. And list trouble ingredients we can suggest cooking approaches the best we can.
Stay safe and community minded my friends."

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Re: Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

Post by Smitty » Sat Mar 14, 2020 7:58 pm

Great post buddy! I’m making ground deer tacos tonight. We’re set for food up here, and are on “self isolation” for a few weeks just because.
All the best, Gents.

- I'm also making videos mainly for my own enjoyment, but hey, maybe you might want to check them out: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4-9gp ... C1dSyPX0w/

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Re: Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

Post by koreyyy1 » Sat Mar 14, 2020 8:02 pm

imagine just being a deer chillin, then you just see this canadian man charging towards you wearing a union jack hoodie wielding a martini henry and some old el paso taco shells
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Re: Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

Post by Smitty » Sat Mar 14, 2020 9:19 pm

koreyyy1 wrote:
Sat Mar 14, 2020 8:02 pm
imagine just being a deer chillin, then you just see this canadian man charging towards you wearing a union jack hoodie wielding a martini henry and some old el paso taco shells
;) venison before us, fatty and glorious, long to sustain us...
All the best, Gents.

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Post by WorkmanMRE » Sun Mar 15, 2020 12:03 pm

You guys are great: lol. Please post any favorite recipes ...we have a lot of different folks here on the forum. Any recipes would be appreciated!
Haha. ..follow me for more recipes.
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Re: Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

Post by steve1989 » Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:28 pm

I need a recipe for all this.. some folks have too much TP. Me? Too dang much vegemite.

More recipes, Ben! :)


I will come back with something MRE recipe related to utilize these multiples with less menu fatigue.
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Post by M R Eedy » Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:33 pm

Dang steve that is alot of yeast extract I tried it for the first time last December all I can say is "nice"

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Post by koreyyy1 » Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:46 pm

steve1989 wrote:
Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:28 pm
I need a recipe for all this.. some folks have too much TP. Me? Too dang much vegemite.

More recipes, Ben! :)


I will come back with something MRE recipe related to utilize these multiples with less menu fatigue.
Not even any english marmite? Personally I hate the stuff!
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Post by WorkmanMRE » Mon Mar 16, 2020 4:52 pm

steve1989 wrote:
Mon Mar 16, 2020 3:28 pm
I need a recipe for all this.. some folks have too much TP. Me? Too dang much vegemite.

More recipes, Ben! :)


I will come back with something MRE recipe related to utilize these multiples with less menu fatigue.
Steve: cheers buddy. That marmite and vegemite make amazing soup stocks and gravies!!!! Just use a tablespoon of it in say 2 cups of water. Add pepper and garlic. Simmer and taste. Add more if needed. Set aside and saute veggies and protein of your liking. Add soup base after pan is getting browned at bottom. Liquid will deglaze the pan and make for wonderful flavors. At this point you can add fresh herbs or even a 1/2cup of instant potatoes to thicken soup up!
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Re: Quaranteened cooking Topic: By Chef Ben Workman

Post by WorkmanMRE » Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:24 am

Chef #Delicious we would love some of your cooking videos here.
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