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Old 11-18-2012, 11:12 AM   #1
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Anyone have any good recipes to cook large amounts of food in a short period of time, or maybe something calorically dense to cook at work?
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Fatty to the rescue!

Not knowing what sort of eating scheme you use, I'll throw a few things out.

Grills are a godsend, especially if you have an enormous one. I'll toss 2 dozen chicken breasts on one and chop them up and freeze them in 1 quart bags.

Same goes for a crockpot. Dump 5 pounds of ground beef in, add mexican spices, and you have taco meat for a week.

Now to do something with your meat.

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Dump cheese, salsa, sour cream over the meat. Consume with alacrity.

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Add noodles or rice. And cheese. Always add cheese

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Add taco shells, make nachos, enchiladas, etc.
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I would suggest crockpots. We have a large oval one that we fill with either chicken or turkey breast and then eat that throughout the week on salads, in wraps, sandwiches, etc.
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Great idea with the crockpot.

i have a 3 or 4 qt one. going to make taco beef tonight. that plus some shells and a couple cans of beans should make for cheap breakfasts/lunches throughout the week.
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Stews are another great thing to make. Beef stew is awesome and heats up well and you can tailor it to fit your needs.
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