Discussing Questions And Answers About Dog Food Tomato Sauce

Steven asks…

What uncommon food combinations do you actually think taste really good?

Now, this isn’t exactly uncommon, but I love using Ruffles Potato chips to scoop up baked beans like they’re dip. So what odd food combos do YOU love?

Jimmy answers:

Peanut butter sanwiches with mayonnaise and bananas.
Popcorn with spicy barbeque sauce.
Tomato soup with potatoe chips instead of crackers.
Tomato soup with rice.
Tomato soup with a cup of milk mixed in.
Buttered yellow lima beans made like baked beans.
French fries with malt vinegar.
Thick Barley and potato soup with sour turnips(similar to sauerkraut)
Sour sliced potatoes with Onion and Italian dressing.
Celery with stuffed with peanut butter or Cream cheese and thousand island dressing
Tuna fried patties in cornflakes and egg batter with thick unmixed mushroom soup on top.
Rhubarb and Strawberry pie
Hot apple pie with a slice of cheese on top
Baked Pretzels with Hot Honey Mustard
beer batter fish and hot dogs cooked in beer
ice cream with Chambourd brandy and chocolate sauce.
Scrambled eggs with thin slices of weinners mixed in.

John asks…

What kind of materials and food to bring on camping trip?

I am going camping for the first time with some friends and i was wondering what sorts of materials and food we should take? Any tips/advice helps! Thanks in advance :)

Jimmy answers:

Here is a list of things you might need…
Oh and contrary to what somebody else said, I’d plan on having a campfire. That’s one of the best things about camping. Even if this is your 1st time camping, I’d still do a fire. Bring some old newspapers and lighter fluid to get it going. Old dry pine needles are a great fire starter if they are laying around too.

___ Tent
___ Tarp
___ Tent stakes
___ Sleeping bags/blankets/sheets
___ Pillows
___ Folding chairs
___ Old blanket for laying on ground
___Beach umbrella
___ Flashlights
___ Batteries (For flashlight and radio)
___ Clothes line/Rope ___Clothes pins
___Pens ___Puzzle books ___Cards ___Games ___Frisbee ___Balls ___Radio ___CD’s
___ Camera
___ Cloth bags
___ Lighter fluid (Outside deck)
___ Matches (Packed in garage)
___ Wood unless it’s provided at the campground (Possibly an ax if you have one handy to cut your own wood).

___ Pans/Pots with lids
___ Strainer
___ Pot holders
___ Coolers
___ Water Bottles
___ Plates
___ Bowls
___ Cups
___ Silverware
___ Spatula
___ Tongs
___ Knife
___ Ladel spoon
___ Scissors
___ Can opener
___ Trash bags
___ Gallon size bags
___ Foil

___ Big buckets/Dishpans (2 for doing dishes)
___ Sponge/Scrubber
___ Dish soap

___ Towels___ washcloths ___ dish towels
___ Hand sanitizer
___ Paper towels/napkins
___ Wipes
___Disposable Gloves

___ Bandaids ___Neosporin ___Calamine Lotion
___ Sunscreen ___ Aloe ___Burn Spray
___ Meds ___Tylenol ___Motrin ___Thermometer ___Benadryl

___Bug spray ___Citronella Candles

___ Soap ___Shampoo ___ Conditioner
___Shaving Cream ___Razors
___Pads/Tampons if needed
___Toothbrushes ___Tooth Pastes ___Mouthwashes
___Laundry Detergent?

FOOD: (My son and I are Vegan, my daughters and DH are meat eaters; this is the food list I bring for 4 nights. You can adjust it to meet your needs better. It was just easier for me to copy and paste it from my word document I saved it on…)

___Water Gallons (3-4) ___Water bottles (Large container)
___Flavored waters
___Soda ___Juice boxes ___Crystal Lite packets/Kool-aid
___Ketchup ___Mustard ___3-4 BBQ Sauce ___Salt ___Pepper ___Seasonings
___Mayo ___Fake mayo ___Power-aid ___Sugar (Small)
___ Cereal ___Oatmeal ___Parmalat Milks ___Shelf-Stable Soy Milk
___ Protein bars
___1 box Boca Burgers ___1 pack Smart Dogs ___2 Pack Chicken patties ___1 box Boca Chicken Burgers ___Tuna 1-2 cans
___Burgers ___Hotdogs ___ (Small pack)Chicken
___ 1 Ribs ___ Pork Chops

___ Peanut butter ___Fruit spread ___Margarine
___ Hummus powder
___Bread ___Hotdog rolls ___Burger rolls
___Pretzels ___Crackers ___Fruit snacks ___Corn chips ___Sun Chips
___Popcorn (Jiffy pop in pan)
___Chocolate ___Vegan chocolate
___Graham crackers
___ Macaroni ___Spaghetti ___Sauce (1)
___ Cans fruit ___Applesauce ___ Dried fruit ___Watermelon
___Other fruits
___Tea ___Cocoa ___Coffee(Instant-Small)
___ Bagged rice
___ Lettuce ___Tomato ___Cukes with dressing
___Corn on the cob ___Onion
___ Nuts

Clothing: (How much clothing you will need depends on how long you will be camping. You will want at least a couple more outfits then you believe you’ll need. The sweaters are a good idea even if it’s planned to be hot during the day. At night for walks to the bathroom, etc it can be chilly as it can early in the mornings.

We usually go for 4 nights and this is what I bring…
___ Socks, ___ flip flops ___ underwear (8) ___Bras (3-4) ___T-shirts/tanks (5) ___ Shorts (4-5) ___bathing suits (2) ___Pants(2) ___warm pajamas ___ sweaters (2) ___Lotion
___ Lightweight jacket ___ sneakers ___ Pants ___Belt
___ Hair scrunchies/barettes ___Deoderant ___Brush

Linda asks…

What food is the easiest and good to make if I invite my friends over for lunch at home?

I have invited my friends to come over at my house on saturday because we are going to have a chat with our friend that’s living overseas and it’s going to be at lunch and I have to cook them lunch by myself and I’m not a good cook. What is the simplest food to cook that everybody will like? :)
I can’t buy food or even goo to a restaurant, I don’t have money for that. LOL

Jimmy answers:

I don’t know what you have on hand, so I am just throwing recipes out there.

Crispy Green Bean Fries
Yields: 4 servings

Green beans, coated with yummy breadcrumbs, fried till golden brown & served with creamy wasabi dipping sauce, hungry yet?

Wasabi Cucumber Ranch Dip

1/2 cup bottled ranch dressing (Hidden Valley is best)
1/4 cup cucumber, peeled, seeded, minced
1 tablespoon milk
1 1/2 teaspoons prepared horseradish
1 teaspoon cider vinegar
1 teaspoon wasabi powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 pinch cayenne pepper

Green Beans

1 egg, beaten
1 cup milk
4 cups vegetable broth or chicken broth
6-8 ounces fresh green beans
1 cup flour
1 cup plain breadcrumbs or seasoned dry bread crumb
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
Vegetable shortening, for frying or vegetable oil

Combine dip ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth. Place in bowl; cover & chill till ready to use. Dip will thicken as it chills. Place beans in the broth. Bring to a boil & cook 15 minutes, then place in cold water to stop cooking process. Mix beaten egg with milk in a shallow bowl. Measure 1 cup of flour into another shallow bowl.

Combine bread crumbs, 3/4 teaspoons salt, black pepper, onion powder & garlic powder into a third bowl. Take a handful of beans out of the water & shake off excess liquid. Coat the beans with the flour, shaking to remove excess flour. Dip the beans, one at a time, into egg/milk mixture, then dip in breadcrumb mixture. Place the beans on a plate until all are coated.

Heat the shortening or oil to 350°F in a heavy skillet(or use deep fryer). Use enough to cover the beans, about 1 1/2 inches. Fry until golden brown, about 1 1/2 minutes. Drain on paper towels. To serve, place on a large platter & serve with the wasabi cucumber ranch dip. Enjoy!


Chicken & Sun-Dried Tomato Bruschetta
Servings: 8

Marinated chicken, spinach, feta, & sun-dried tomatoes are tossed with dressing & served on grilled or toasted slices of focaccia bread. This is a great appetizer any time of year!

2 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1 1/4 cups Italian salad dressing, divided
4 cups fresh spinach, torn
1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese
8 sun-dried tomatoes, packed without oil, chopped
1 (1 pound) loaf focaccia bread, cut into 1/2-inch thick slices
1/4 cup olive oil

Place the chicken & 1 cup salad dressing in a bowl. Cover, & marinate at least 3 hours in the refrigerator. Preheat the grill for high heat. Lightly oil the grill grate. Discard dressing used for marinating, & grill chicken 7 minutes per side, or until juices run clear. Cool & shred. In a large bowl, mix the cooked chicken, spinach, feta cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, & remaining dressing. Brush the focaccia bread with olive oil, & cook 1 minute per side on the prepared grill, or until lightly toasted. Place portions of the chicken mixture on the toasted focaccia to serve.


Amish Corn Fritters

4 large ears corn
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
2 eggs, separated
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
Salt & pepper to taste

Cut the kernels from 4 ears of corn & place them in a medium bowl. Using the back of a knife, scrape the cobs over the bowl to extract the juices & pulp. The mixture will resemble scrambled eggs. Beat the egg yolks in a large bowl until light. Beat in the flour, sugar & salt & pepper. Stir in the corn. Beat egg whites until stiff. Fold them into corn mixture. Heat a heavy skillet over medium heat & grease lightly. Drop the batter by small spoonfuls onto hot skillet & cook until golden brown.


Mini Mexican Corn Bread

Use the mini muffin pans

Take your favorite cornbread mix & mix in Pepper jack cheese & sharp cheddar cheese, diced mild green chilies & top with a few shreds of cheese on top.


7th Inning Hot Dogs
Yields: 6 servings

2 (8 ounce) cans refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
8 cheese-filled or regular hot dogs, cut in half

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Separate dough into 8 rectangles. Firmly press perforations to seal. Cut each rectangle in half lengthwise. Place a hot dog half lengthwise on 1 end of the dough strip. Fold dough in half over the hot dog. Press short edges to seal, leaving sides open. Please on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 11 to 13 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with catsup, mustard & pickle relish, if desired.


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