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    But they're artisanal tortillas made from a special hybrid corn that's only grown on a farm that Rue owns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick View Post
    But they're artisanal tortillas made from a special hybrid corn that's only grown on a farm that Rue owns.
    Farm, ranch and Horse breeding stables----Arabians don't you know.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Curried beef with rice

    I love beef curry. But I hate the fact that it takes all day to cook the damn thing. Make the sauce, dice the beef, put the beef in the pot, and then cook the hell out of it for nine hours or some obscenely long time.

    There are instances where we've cooked curried beef and it takes so long, we literally forgot it ever existed. And then we wonder why there's a pot on the stove. I recall at least two times where we let the sauce boil dry and the whole thing was burnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Farm, ranch and Horse breeding stables----Arabians don't you know.
    Funny, she doesn't look Arabic to me.

    Last night we had tacos. I cooked the meat in the pressure cooker and it came out great. A bit more prep than the last time I did this, because I've learned to take most of the fat out, otherwise it comes back on ya about 2am.
    Cooked the meat about 20 minutes and it came out as if I'd cooked it for hours.
    Much easier than getting up every 5-8 minutes to stir the meat in the skillet...for 45 minutes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangas View Post
    Curried beef with rice

    I love beef curry. But I hate the fact that it takes all day to cook the damn thing. Make the sauce, dice the beef, put the beef in the pot, and then cook the hell out of it for nine hours or some obscenely long time.

    There are instances where we've cooked curried beef and it takes so long, we literally forgot it ever existed. And then we wonder why there's a pot on the stove. I recall at least two times where we let the sauce boil dry and the whole thing was burnt.
    Slow cookers are wonderful. My wife has a number of recipes in which she does the prep (cutting, chopping, etc.) the night before, and puts everything in the icebox overnight. The next morning it goes into the slow cooker, along with liquids and seasonings, and she's off to work. And then we come home to a delicious-smelling house and have a nice dinner.
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    Had spicey honey-orange chicken: thinly cut chicken breasts batter fried with a honey-orange sauce comprised of honey, frozen orange concentrate, orange zest, crushed red pepper, garlic, and green onions served over rice. New favorite. Earl

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    Dinner tonight is the same as last night - the leftover curry. Not complaining. It's good curry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Soup?! You feeling ok?


    Quote Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick View Post
    But they're artisanal tortillas made from a special hybrid corn that's only grown on a farm that Rue owns.
    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Farm, ranch and Horse breeding stables----Arabians don't you know.


    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg Axley View Post
    Funny, she doesn't look Arabic to me.


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    Do NOT feel like making anything. Long day, shoulda stopped at the Golden Arches. Anybody wanna come cook me dinner
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnjan View Post
    Slow cookers are wonderful. My wife has a number of recipes in which she does the prep (cutting, chopping, etc.) the night before, and puts everything in the icebox overnight. The next morning it goes into the slow cooker, along with liquids and seasonings, and she's off to work. And then we come home to a delicious-smelling house and have a nice dinner.
    The slow cooker is mighty fine appliance. My wife has cooked a whole chicken in it and several times a pork roast. It does quite well as a set it and forget it dinner device, especially for Sunday dinners: load it up with soup or stew, go to church and upon return it's ready to serve up.
    Let me dig this solid cat and see what jumps in that wig of his that's causing all the flip on the vine.

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