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Old 01-08-2011, 07:43 PM   #41
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I made cumin beef.
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Old 01-08-2011, 07:44 PM   #42
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Dave, I just soak the beans (great northern) overnight then drain and add chicken broth to cover the beans and hambone. Stir in some onion and minced garlic. Cook forever. I like it when the beans are mushy and the broth had thickened. I usually add any leftover ham as well. We like it meaty. You can add salt and pepper but I don't until serving. DH doesn't need the extra salt. What's in the ham is usually enough. DH doesn't like pepper so I just sprinkle it on mine when I serve it up.
This reminded me that a friend of mine told me that Michael (Chef at Home) puts dried legumes in canning jars of water and stores them in the fridge to reduce soaking and cooking time. I don't have the details re: how to do that...anyone? I always get the craving for chili and don't have any beans soaked...
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Old 01-08-2011, 07:46 PM   #43
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I love flank steak. Just don't over cook it or it get tough. I have been looking for it here but can't find it.
Sometimes it is just called something different depending on where you live. It is also called London Broil or Jiffy Steak. I've never heard it called Jiffy Steak, but I just read that.

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Old 01-08-2011, 07:50 PM   #44
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Sometimes it is just called something different depending on where you live. It is also called London Broil or Jiffy Steak. I've never heard it called Jiffy Steak, but I just read that.

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Barb here it is called entrana. But most of it goes to Santiago where it brings a beter price.
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Old 01-08-2011, 08:36 PM   #45
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I think it came out good. It was certainly tasty, but I think I would have preferred it on my plate naked rather than in a fajita. Usually I just reseason and warm leftover steak for fajitas. Of course I had to taste test it while slicing, and then again before putting the leftover slices in the fridge
Along with the grilled veggies.
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Old 01-08-2011, 08:47 PM   #46
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I think it came out good. It was certainly tasty, but I think I would have preferred it on my plate naked rather than in a fajita. Usually I just reseason and warm leftover steak for fajitas. Of course I had to taste test it while slicing, and then again before putting the leftover slices in the fridge
Along with the grilled veggies.
Well it looks really good!!!
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Old 01-08-2011, 08:52 PM   #47
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Old 01-08-2011, 08:59 PM   #48
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if and when i get hungry, will have leftovers. i am depressed, always around this time of year. fifteen anniversary of husband's death coming up on the 13. you all know the story. each year it blind sides me. i get really depressed and have flashbacks and intrusive thoughts despite the meds. oh well, this to shall pass.
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if and when i get hungry, will have leftovers. i am depressed, always around this time of year. fifteen anniversary of husband's death coming up on the 13. you all know the story. each year it blind sides me. i get really depressed and have flashbacks and intrusive thoughts despite the meds. oh well, this to shall pass.
All that I can offer is hugs, but sometimes that is stronger than meds. I really do hpe it helps.
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thank for the hugs, they do help
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