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Old 05-05-2015, 08:34 PM   #11
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Carne asada tacos, homemade pico de gallo, and spicy refried beans. Ole'!
I fired up the grill early today, and was done with dinner and clean up by 4.

I used powerplant's recipe for carne asada tacos, and it's a keeper! It was delicious. Great marinade, and there's enough of the meat leftover for me to have several more tacos over the next couple of days.

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Oh yeh, went to the movies and saw the new Avengers flick. Back home to make shredded beef tacos (Chuck roast with onions, cilantro, garlic, and salt in the slow cooker all day) homemade refried beans, and burritos for supper, with guacamole, chopped tomato, chopped cukes, and hand sliced black olives, oh, don't forget the freshly shredded cheese, and a little hot sauce.

My belly, and DW's belly, well, they're full, and it was a pleasure filling them.

Chery J.; I'm almost jealous. It sounds like you ate very well indeed, especially using PPT's recipe.

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DW's birthday, her choice. Probably the last of this seasons stone crab claws, creamed spinach and lyonnaise potatoes.
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We had Linda's pot of pork with a salad and with boiled potatoes. It's the first time I have felt like cooking in a while. I'm glad I did.
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:03 AM   #15
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Oh yeh, went to the movies and saw the new Avengers flick. Back home to make shredded beef tacos (Chuck roast with onions, cilantro, garlic, and salt in the slow cooker all day) homemade refried beans, and burritos for supper, with guacamole, chopped tomato, chopped cukes, and hand sliced black olives, oh, don't forget the freshly shredded cheese, and a little hot sauce.

My belly, and DW's belly, well, they're full, and it was a pleasure filling them.

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Thanks Chief...it was really good and I highly recommend it! Your dinner sounds wonderful as well - can't go wrong with slow cooked chuck and all the fixin's.
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We had Linda's pot of pork with a salad and with boiled potatoes. It's the first time I have felt like cooking in a while. I'm glad I did.
I just read your recipe - that does sound good. Glad you're feeling up to cooking again, Taxy.
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I fired up the grill early today, and was done with dinner and clean up by 4.

I used powerplant's recipe for carne asada tacos, and it's a keeper! It was delicious. Great marinade, and there's enough of the meat leftover for me to have several more tacos over the next couple of days.
Your tacos look good! Glad you likde the recipe.
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