Easy and fast recipes. Would you share yours?

Portugal
September 4, 2009 7:39am CST
Hi my friends, In my life I lived some time alone, but never had the patience to learn how to cook. Now I am in a family and I've learned to do some cooking, nothing too complicated. We have some recipes that all the people can eat and enjoy. But I'm not allowed to experiment because children will not eat some of my experiences and my wife is limited by health reasons. Sometimes the rest of the family goes to holidays and I'm left to myself. In general I don't have patience to cook my own food, and when I have I go to simple solutions. Last month I had to stay two weeks by myself. I wondering: do you have simple and fast recipes that you can do very easily, specially with ingredients that are not difficult to find? Want to share your knowledge? Well, I would be very grateful if you could give me some "easy and fast" cooking suggestions. Having suggestions from several countries would be very nice as well. I like the taste of food from several countries, so I believe this post can be very rich in its content. More than taht, very useful. My intention is to share the results with other people, I may use your suggestions in other places, so think if you mind that I do so. If it is the case, please put a reminder in your reply. Thanks very much, Antonio
3 responses
@savypat (20245)
• United States
4 Sep 09
If you have a used book store around you might try there, so many cook books are written these days for easy fast meals and I see the used books in my store all the time. Yo know we are not allowed to give recipes on my lot. But I often buy a frozen bag of dinner and just add more vegetables to it.
• Portugal
11 Sep 09
Hi Savypat, No, I didn't know that. Thanks for telling me. Antonio
@LadyMarissa (12160)
• United States
16 Jan 10
http://www.mylot.com/o/guidelines.aspx You need to read the guidelines!!! Under the DON'T... Post jokes, recipes, etc. as discussions. This is a form of abuse and all recipes and jokes will be deleted if they are started as a discussion. I'd love to answer your question, but I can't help you break the rules here. You're lucky this discussion hasn't been deleted!!! Might I suggest that you look on foodnetwork.com
@ElicBxn (61067)
• United States
4 Sep 09
boil noodles, dump a jar of spaghetti sauce on top... we've been cooking spaghetti squash and adding sauce to that - yummy