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(02-11-2019, 11:10 PM)Suzy Q Wrote: Turkey smoked sausage with red beans and rice.

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Well, it had to happen. We had an encore presentation of TexMex cheese enchiladas and rice with homemade salsa and chips on the side. I only stopped breathing fire about a half hour ago. Hope it doesn't wind up as fire in my belly (heartburn) about 3 AM.

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(02-11-2019, 12:48 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 04:56 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 01:06 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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I would try that. What's in it?

Is it 10x as expensive as ground beef by weight? Chuckle

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My guts are still rumbling after a reaper for breakfast...trying a natropathic remedy....beer.
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(02-11-2019, 10:36 PM)dazedb42 Wrote: 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.

My ass hurts just thinking about those.

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(02-12-2019, 03:31 AM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 10:36 PM)dazedb42 Wrote: 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.

My ass hurts just thinking about those.

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Tomorrow is another day.....
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(02-12-2019, 03:31 AM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 10:36 PM)dazedb42 Wrote: 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.

My ass hurts just thinking about those.

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Smileyfp Ohhhhh I was like WTH is he talking about? Peppers!
Oh damn. Dazed, I bet your alimentary canal has blisters allll the way down.
yikes

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I think we had fajitas 1dunno1

Chuckle

I had a package of Philly Cheese Steak beef (thinly sliced ribeye) but cooked it up with sliced bell peppers and onions. I added a little bit of rice, shredded cheese and warmed up tortilla shells. I used basic taco sauce since that's what we had on hand.

They were really good, but I'm sure I won't be offered a job at a Mexican food restaurant any time soon :p
If you have to fight, fight like the third monkey on the ramp to Noah's Ark. And brother, it's starting to rain...

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(02-12-2019, 09:35 PM)Catch Wrote: I think we had fajitas  1dunno1

Chuckle

I had a package of Philly Cheese Steak beef (thinly sliced ribeye) but cooked it up with sliced bell peppers and onions. I added a little bit of rice, shredded cheese and warmed up tortilla shells. I used basic taco sauce since that's what we had on hand.

They were really good, but I'm sure I won't be offered a job at a Mexican food restaurant any time soon :p

That is because you are overqualified.

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(02-12-2019, 09:58 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(02-12-2019, 09:35 PM)Catch Wrote: I think we had fajitas  1dunno1

Chuckle

I had a package of Philly Cheese Steak beef (thinly sliced ribeye) but cooked it up with sliced bell peppers and onions. I added a little bit of rice, shredded cheese and warmed up tortilla shells. I used basic taco sauce since that's what we had on hand.

They were really good, but I'm sure I won't be offered a job at a Mexican food restaurant any time soon :p

That is because you are overqualified.

Ha! I'm a survival chef. Meaning I can only take fast food for so long and if I want to survive, I have to cook something :p
If you have to fight, fight like the third monkey on the ramp to Noah's Ark. And brother, it's starting to rain...

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