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Anyone have a really nice Gluten Free Nightshade Free Savory Mince (ground beef :P) Recipes.

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Anyone have a really nice Gluten Free Nightshade Free Savory Mince Recipes.

Translation for Lisa - Mince=ground beef :D

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Translation for Lisa - Mince=ground beef :D

Thanks lol.. I always forget :P

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Thanks lol.. I always forget :P

I tried something new tonight. I had about 1/4 - 1/3 lb leftover ground pork I bought for a Thai lettuce roll recipe with chopped shrimp, ground pork and bean sprouts. The recipe called for quite a few ingredients, was a lot of work and turned out ok but not worth all the trouble. (Don't you hate it when that happens?)

I remembered a post by Ravenwood about homemade Italian sausage, so I mixed about 1 1/2 tsp. fennel seed, 1 tsp. chopped fresh parsely, 1 T. chopped fresh basil (optional) and a minced garlic clove with the pork along with a dash of salt and pepper. I'm not sure if you can tolerate dried red pepper flakes, but added a wee pinch. (Optional, don't think it would make a difference at all.) I mixed that up with my hands and made two patties. My dbf grilled them and they were delicious. He's from Missouri and a bratwurst lover and pronounced them the best brat he's ever had, even though they were brat burgers. They really were tasty, and I'm pretty happy because unless something is really tasty, I find it a chore to eat.

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If you don't have the No Tomato Sauce Recipe, let me know. I'd be happy to post it, but don't want to be redundant.

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Here's a recipe from Joe's restaurant in San Francisco that is quick, easy, tasty:

Joe's Special

main ingredients Ground Beef, Egg, Spinach, Leafy Green

yield: Makes 4 servings

Ingredients

* 6 large eggs

* Splash or two of Tabasco or other hot pepper sauce

* 1 teaspoon salt or more to taste

* 1/2 teaspoon dried basil or oregano

* 1/2 teaspoon freshly milled black pepper or more to taste

* 1 tablespoon olive oil

* 1 tablespoon unsalted butter

* 1 medium yellow onion, diced

* 1/2 pound lean freshly ground beef, preferably chili grind (a bit coarser than hamburger grind)

* 3/4 to 1 pound fresh spinach, preferably the crinkly savoy variety, trimmed of stems and chopped, or one 10-ounce package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained

Preparation

Crack the eggs into a small bowl and add the Tabasco, salt, basil, and pepper. Whisk just enough to combine; you should still see large bubbles. Set aside.

Warm the oil and butter in a large skillet over medium heat until the butter melts. Add the onion and saut

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Thank you, Mushroom! I just e-mailed your recipe to myself!

My mom used to make something she called Delish Casserole. All of her kids love it, as well as our spouses and offspring. I'm pretty sure it was taken off a can of cream of mushroom soup label. Saute some onion and celery in olive oil, brown some ground beef, add (safe) cream of 'shroom soup, water, two cups left over rice, combine, cover and bake. That's a peasant meal, and very soul satisfying and safe. Nothing suitable for company, but good and good for you without much work. (I didn't even bake it last time.)

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If you don't have the No Tomato Sauce Recipe, let me know. I'd be happy to post it, but don't want to be redundant.

I would love to have your no tomato sauce recipe. Right now the doctor has me nightshade free as well as gluten free but am dying for some spaghetti!!!

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