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(02-10-2019, 11:12 PM)9mms Wrote: looks like diarrhea
i'm all in @Frigg
please pass the blue corn chips


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Maybe you just aren't acclimated, 9mms. When you eat Mexican Food often enough, it won't phase you (I think
your digestive juices adjust) Cook off type chili or "dive" type MF might sneak up on you, but if you have
a regular source, it'll be fine.

ETA Nobody else "like" this post. If I come here one more time, I'm going to hit the enchiladas again.
Dayum, those look so gooooood.
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(02-10-2019, 11:15 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 11:06 PM)~mc~ Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 11:04 PM)The Order of Chaos Wrote: Three egg omelette with ham, Oaxaca cheese...yeah, I'm weird. Chuckle

We both eat weird shit Chuckle

I like hard boiled eggs with bleu cheese dressing to dip them in.

I love eggs and will be raising chickens soon. So I have been trying to get up to speed on having a plethora of eggs to use.

Eggs are a super food. Especially raised properly and fresh.

@~mc~ Bet your weird shit tastes better than my weir-....wait... Chuckle I'm sure we all eat weird stuff one way or another...

@Frigg I do the same but with omelettes, instead. Good stuff!

(02-10-2019, 11:28 PM)Catch Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 11:18 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 11:12 PM)9mms Wrote: looks like diarrhea
i'm all in @Frigg
please pass the blue corn chips


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Lmao  Listen Duuuude!

Served with fresh warmed corn tortillas and butter... nickle

Damn brother. Pass the tortillas!

I'm not a big fan of yellow cheese, but to be honest, that looks really good. I'd hit that. Hehehe.

(02-10-2019, 11:46 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 06:02 PM)The Order of Chaos Wrote: Shrimp tacos in that case  Wink  Or, cebollas en escabeche! Good stuff.

It just hit me what you said, Chaos. (My spanish is rudimentary/ street slang, some)
A cebolla is an onion. I looked up escabeche and it said "pickle", "marinade".
Where's the shrimp? (Although one definition mentioned coquinas and another, sardines)

Shrimp? That's camaron. I know a quesadilla that is loaded with shrimp, and if you can get it, pickled red onions. So good. Just crack a window afterwards. You'll split the atom with some of the...after effects. Chuckle
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The yella you see is cheddar mixed with Mexican Mozz and heavy cream.
 

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Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something.
They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful,
so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better
not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it."
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(02-11-2019, 12:15 AM)Frigg Wrote: The yella you see is cheddar mixed with Mexican Mozz and heavy cream.

May the Heaven's f'n bless ya! Brilliant!
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(02-10-2019, 05:56 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 02:06 PM)Miscellaneous Wrote: I do miss tacos... I'm going to have to try them with the meatless "meat" I use. It's actually excellent stuff.
You can do anything with it, that you can do with chop meat.
Tastes exactly the same too...

Talk to me about this meatless "meat", Mis. Whether or not we eat something with ground sirloin on any given day depends on the butcher. A lot of the time, it's unacceptable to me- too fatty. I'd love to have an alternative to whupping out the meat grinder (PITA) and/ or stuffing the freezer when it's good.

I'm sorry. I missed this post. I'm not getting any reply alerts.
It's meatless meat by GARDEIN.
Their stuff is awesome. It is tofu soy based.
The meat is just like loose chop meat. You cannot press it into a burger, but anything you use loose meat for.
I've used it for chili, shepherds pie and lumpia.
You can brown it just like chop meat etc, so do any recipe same way you would with real meat. Tastes exactly the same. The texture is slightly different, but I don't notice it.

ALL their stuff tastes like the real deal. To me anyway. I love their chicken tenders and pork bits.

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fvck that
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(02-11-2019, 01:48 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote: I'm sorry. I missed this post. I'm not getting any reply alerts.
It's meatless meat by GARDEIN.
Their stuff is awesome. It is tofu soy based.
The meat is just like loose chop meat. You cannot press it into a burger, but anything you use loose meat for.
I've used it for chili, shepherds pie and lumpia.
You can brown it just like chop meat etc, so do any recipe same way you would with real meat. Tastes exactly the same. The texture is slightly different, but I don't notice it.

ALL their stuff tastes like the real deal. To me anyway. I love their chicken tenders and pork bits.

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No worries. Thank ya, m'am. I'm thinking for tacos, "meatroll" (en croute thing with mshrms, grn bns, tomato sauce, mont jack- and ground meat, of course), Skinner's- stuff like that. Burgers and Salisbury steaks are real tricky cause I get it too lean to stick together when I grind it.
(ooo Haven't had Shepherd's pie in ages)
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With the snow and cold outside, we decided to go "camp fire" for dinner tonight. We've done it a few times in the past...essentially, we're going to cook in the fireplace lol. It's simple really, there's a rack to put the cast iron pan on. We simply mix in ground beef, baked beans and rice (the rice I'll cheat and stick in the microwave)

It smells good once it starts bubbling, plus you have the smoke smell on top of it :)
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I just had a Carolina reaper with some tuna and rice and holy shit I forgot how warm they are. I've been eating Trinidad scorpions waiting for my reapers to ripen and they taste mild in comparison although the bush is a couple of years old now and might be losing some potency.
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Salmon with a Bourbon BBQ glaze.
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Turkey smoked sausage with red beans and rice.
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I'm the crazy bitch down the street.
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