"Recipes by Robert"

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Discuss Recipes by Robert and tell me what you think; critique me!

Juliann Esquivel
Aug 19, 2010

Cooking Corn Before Freezing

No you do not have to cook the corn before freezing. I usually freeze my ears of corn 4 ears to a large freezer bag. I peel the corn first and remove the silk. Then I rinse it a little and bag it. Sometimes I take a knife and remove the kernals from the cob I wll do at least six ears to a large freezer bag. It will keep in the freezer at least six months.

The taste is great when cooked tastes like fresh cut corn.

joeyjoan K
Jul 27, 2010


does anyone know if you have to cook corn before you freeze it?

Robert Priddy
Jul 27, 2010

Cooking Oils

So I noticed there is not much price difference between vegetable, canola, and corn oils.

I mostly use vegetable oil, but I'm always open to use other oils.

What does everybody else use and what do you think is the best between those 3 oils?

Lillian Russo
Jul 26, 2010

Robert's Taco Soup Recipe

This was a big hit at my house tonight! Its a must try recipe! Here's the link...

Taco Soup

Robert Priddy
Jul 17, 2010

Spice Rack

So this is what I got on my shelf. I think I got it all.

Okie Salt -- "My own spice recipe I use in the kitchen quite often. I dry my own jalapenos; mix it with garlic powder, onion powder, and salt." (I run it through a food processor to get the consistency of a powder.)


Ground Black Pepper
Red Curry
Ground Cloves
Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning
Seasoned Salt
Onion Powder
Ground Red Pepper
Soul Food Seasoning
Cavender's Greek Seasoning
Ground Sage
Chicken Seasoning
Five Spice
Steak Seasoning Salt
Seasoned Meat Tenderizer
Loretta Steak Seasoning
Cajun Seasoning
Garlic Powder
Lemon Pepper
Ground Cumin
Parsley Flakes
Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb
Chili Powder
Onion Salt
Minced Onion
Minced Garlic
Ground Cinnamon
Italian Seasoning
Garlic Salt
Taco Seasoning

Robert Priddy
Jul 17, 2010

Changing up Recipes

I'm always changing up my recipes. Using alternatives, different spices, and different ways of cooking it.

So say if I change of my recipe and it turns out real good. Should I edit my recipe or just make a second edition to the dish.

As an example I have a recipe called Southern Goulash and I change it up quite a bit; should I edit that recipe or start a new one called Southern Goulash II.

Robert Priddy
Jul 16, 2010

About Robert

I live in Southern Oklahoma. I love to cook Southern, Chinese, Tex-Mex, Greek, and Cajun foods. I love cooking in the kitchen with my crock pot, rice cooker/steamer, and the trusty ole cast irons.

Though I also love to cook outdoors with my grills; propane and smoker. I can be a bit primitive when cooking also and cook over campfires and underground fire pits; bury the food up and let it cook.

My favorite past times in the kitchen is cooking with family during the holidays.

I'm an outdoors type of person who love to visit cemeteries, fishing, camping, and backpacking in the mountains.

Computers are another one of my passions. I do part time web design work in the professional field and the rest of the computer area is more of a hobby such as programming and gaming.

The number one things in my life are God and family. Love spending time with my 1 year old son, well he will be 1 next week.

I attend a small Freewill Baptist Church in a small community and the people in my church are like family. I was raised up in the same church and community that I attend now.

Robert Priddy
Jul 16, 2010

Recipes Added

I think I've got them all about added. I will tag them all to this group.