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Old 1 Week Ago   #8956
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I have to try this thing, lol. Believe it or not I have had one sitting in the corner in box for well over 6 months and have not even opened it. I have so many good pots, It is just easier to use one than to figure out what to use it for and how to use it. I am usually quite good at integrating new technology but I guess it is going to take some determination to integrate it into my cooking habits.
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I have found that older eggs peel better than fresh eggs.

I am back on my braised short ribs again tonight.
Added a can of corn and will have them over pasta, 'Fettuccine to be exact.
Two more good meals I can get out of them.
The ribs turned out to be a real bargain.
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Great rewards come to those who wait.
This chuck shoulder roast has been curing for two weeks.
It is now in the new Dutch Oven on medium low.
It will make a nice sandwich tomorrow with homemade bread.
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Default Nachos Loco del Diablo

I'm sitting here thinking, I haven't had Nachos in years, and I mean it, years.
I have everything and more to make them so why not.
Tortilla chips.
Jack Cheese.
HEB Easy Melt cheese, (just like Velveeta) but costs less.
Onion.
Fresh green jalapenos sliced (Not Pickled).
Ground meat.
Chili powder.
Salt.

It was just going to be cheese and chips but the thing got out of hand as usual.
Not even sure how I am going to eat them.
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Here they are.
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Quote:
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Here they are.
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I like your style of "getting out of hand", Worth! But OMG....now you've really made me hungry.
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Ditto... those fresh jalapeno slices look so fresh I can taste em!!!
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That looks wonderful.
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Thanks all.
And to think I didn't get heartburn.
But it did knock the wind out of my sails big time.
The one pound container of Fiesta brand chili powder is my go to seasoning for many foods.
All you need is a little salt and you have a very cheap taco seasoning.
Much less salt than taco seasoning has in it.
I always keep one full one and one being used, I never run out.
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Just tasted a wee bit of the corned beef and it is very tasty.
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Here is the corned beef.
Not bad for $8.00 roast on sale.
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I went to the store today and got another 10 inch skillet and a few other odds and ends like cat food.
It replaces one I used till the electric stove blew up and cracked the bottom a few years ago.
That is another story.
The other one is too big for daily use and sometimes I use two at a time.

Going to break it in, during the process of making a Super Deluxe Reuben Sandwich.
I short stepped it and bought a loaf of Jewish rye at the store.
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This went down like a bug down a frogs throat.
Sandwich was toasted on the skillet both sides in butter.
Homemade red sauerkraut and Russian dressing too.
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For years I have contemplated what to do to clean close to 40 years worth of crust off my beloved Magnalite skillets.
Ran them through two hours in the self clean cycle of my oven.
Many of you have seen the crusty things in action before.
I think they came out rather nicely.
You couldn't even read the bottoms before.
Some handle polishing and they will be good to go.
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