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What do you cook most often?

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Max Power
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For me it's tacos and salsa. It could be fajitas, crunchy ground beef tacos, carnitas, or grilled chicken tacos, but every week I'm making tacos for the family. Homemade salsa is getting made almost weekly as well.

Just curious what everyone makes the most often at your house. Could be a dish or type of cuisine but I figure everyone has something they go to all the time.
TexAg2001
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Monday dinner is always some type of seafood. Typically a shrimp or salmon dish. We have a rotation of go-to recipes for each.

That's because Tuesday is trash day so we can get the stinky shells/fish skin off the property quickly.
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We rotate a lot of new and different stuff....

I'd say our most often would probably be a type of pasta, though. If in a hurry or don't want to think about it our go to is generally like a chicken sausage, tomatoes, spinach, etc., mixed in with either a penne type pasta or a stuffed pasta like a tortellini.

Lately, the wife has been on a stir fry kick. We do all the sauces from scratch, so wouldn't say it's a go to, but it's currently the type of style/food we cook most often.
AustinCountyAg
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we cook fajitas damn near weekly.
Bruce Almighty
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1. Fajitas - my favorite
2. New Orleans style bbq shrimp - my wife's favorite
3. Teriyaki meatballs - my kids favorite
HtownAg92
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We have so many after-school activities that we have to do fairly quick dinners (or pot roast in a slow cooker).

Lots of pasta
Stir-fried or flat-top chicken or beef w/rice
Steamed, roasted or sauteed veg
Breakfast for dinner -- eggs, bacon, french toast
Tacos

Then usually a fried rice with leftovers later in the week

EclipseAg
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I would be a lot more adventurous in the kitchen if I didn't have to sit and think about a grocery list.

Love to cook; hate figuring out what I need on hand.
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I make carbonara or Cacio e Pepe once a week
DBird
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Bruce Almighty said:

2. New Orleans style bbq shrimp - my wife's favorite

How much whats your sister sauce does your recipe call for?
Ornlu
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DBird said:

Bruce Almighty said:

2. New Orleans style bbq shrimp - my wife's favorite

How much whats your sister sauce does your recipe call for?


Are you asking if his wife has a sister?
Bruce Almighty
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DBird said:

Bruce Almighty said:

2. New Orleans style bbq shrimp - my wife's favorite

How much whats your sister sauce does your recipe call for?


I had to read your post 3 times to figure out what you were asking, but 2 tbsp.
Garrelli 5000
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Mr Bs Bistro in Nola has a solid recipe that I'll tweak slightly. I'll add more lemon juice and/or W, plus extra salt.

http://www.mrbsbistro.com/recipes_shrimp.php

I also like to smash a shrimp head into the mix early in the cook.
Take the trash out staff.
BQRyno
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Enchiladas or tacos, pasta, and meat loaf. If all we had on our menu was some variation of those, I'd be perfectly happy.
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TexAg2001 said:

Monday dinner is always some type of seafood. Typically a shrimp or salmon dish. We have a rotation of go-to recipes for each.

That's because Tuesday is trash day so we can get the stinky shells/fish skin off the property quickly.
If you want to cook fish on other days, just put the shells/fish skin in the freezer. It won't stink, and you can throw it in the trash on trash day.

Most often it's some kind of pork tenderloin, with different sauces.
Ornlu
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Pad Thai
Chicken lemon picata
Fried rice
Sausage and peppers
Steak and baked potatos
AlaskanAg99
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Samsies.
Something seafood and 95% of the time it's salmon on a cedar board on the grill.
aTm '99
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Ornlu said:

Pad Thai
Chicken lemon picata
Fried rice
Sausage and peppers
Steak and baked potatos


I need a new wok that I can use onnthr main gas burner on my range.
aTm '99
Lonestar-aught-six
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Tacos Al Pastor
Bbq brisket or ribs
Rib Eye Steak
Salsa
Pasta in red sauce
Enchiladas
Elote
Boracho beans
Shrimp Alfredo
Bacon wrapped boudin stuffed smoked pork loin
Gumbo
Probably in that order

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