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Old 08-01-2010, 06:30 PM   #11
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Ma's Sunday, were having a pot of beans, Kayelle's Chili Verde, tortillas, sliced tomatoes with evoo and homemade vinegar that the mother came from Italy In the 1800's corn bread with honey butter, firsts are salsa and chips. two apple tarts with apples from our trees.are our desserts. Will top the tarts with vanilla ice cream.
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:38 PM   #12
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I have a rack babyback pork ribs (seasoned rub on them overnite) wrapped in an air tight foil pouch in a 225 oven. In two hrs I'll take them out and slather them in "Jack Daniel's Barbecue Sauce" and return them to a hot oven for 20 min. to get them nice and crusty. My never fail, favorite way to prepare ribs!!
We'll have some of my chili beans from the freezer, and a salad of home grown tomatoes with avocados from our neighbor.Desert will be vanilla ice cream with sliced fresh peaches.


PS. We must have been posting at the same time, Kades! I'm flattered that you're doing my Chili Verde tonight.....enjoy!
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Old 08-01-2010, 07:32 PM   #13
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I have a rack babyback pork ribs (seasoned rub on them overnite) wrapped in an air tight foil pouch in a 225 oven. In two hrs I'll take them out and slather them in "Jack Daniel's Barbecue Sauce" and return them to a hot oven for 20 min. to get them nice and crusty. My never fail, favorite way to prepare ribs!!
We'll have some of my chili beans from the freezer, and a salad of home grown tomatoes with avocados from our neighbor.Desert will be vanilla ice cream with sliced fresh peaches.


PS. We must have been posting at the same time, Kades! I'm flattered that you're doing my Chili Verde tonight.....enjoy!
We will. Every time one of the gang goes by the stove they get a fork or spoon and grab a bit It is so good we all love it.Thanks again
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Old 08-01-2010, 07:33 PM   #14
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We had:
Java Encrusted NY Strip Steak
Glamorous Glennis Potatoes
Chili-Lime Corn on the Cob

For dessert:
Elvis Presley's Pound Cake w/ Fresh sliced strawberries and whipped cream.



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Old 08-01-2010, 07:40 PM   #15
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sauted some zuchini, yellow squash, green and purple peppers, onion, and garlic with some evoo and served it all over elbow macaroni with some fresh basil on the top.
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sauted some zuchini, yellow squash, green and purple peppers, onion, and garlic with some evoo and served it all over elbow macaroni with some fresh basil on the top.
Yum! Simple and healthy. I will have to remember that.
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:06 PM   #17
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Thanks! I love cooking in the summer with fresh veg from the farmer's markets.
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What a gorgeous plate full of food .40!! Come on now, partner, you gotta share the recipe for those Glamorous Glennis Potatoes....and there must be a story too!
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What a gorgeous plate full of food .40!! Come on now, partner, you gotta share the recipe for those Glamorous Glennis Potatoes....and there must be a story too!
The dish is named after Chuck Yeager's Bell X-1 rocket plane. This was the first aircraft to break the sound barrier. My better half said these were "high flying" potatoes and the name stuck.


Glamorus Glennis Potatoes
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Yield: 6 to 8 servings

Ingredients:

1 package dry form crab boil (recommended: Zatarain's)
3 lbs. red potatoes
1 package real bacon bits, 4 ounce
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 cup diced red onion
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1/4 lb. butter, at room temperature
1/2 lb. finely shredded Cheddar
2 green onions, chopped
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon paprika
Salt and pepper

Directions:

Fill a 6-quart pot 2/3 full of water; add the crab boil and mix until blended. Cut the potatoes in half and slice into 3/8-inch thick pieces. (This can be done ahead of time; cover the potatoes with ice water until ready to cook.) Add the potatoes to the pot. Bring water to a boil and cook the potatoes until fork-tender.

While the potatoes are cooking add olive oil to a saute pan on medium heat, then add red onions. Cook until caramelized. Just before onions are done, add garlic and cook until lightly brown.

In a bowl, place butter, 1/2 the cheese, 1/2 the bacon bits, 1/2 the green onions, the cooked red onions and garlic, cayenne, paprika, salt, and pepper; mix together thoroughly.

Strain potatoes and add to bowl; let stand for a few minutes or until cheese starts to melt. Fold ingredients together, trying not to break up the potatoes excessively. Top with remaining cheese, bacon, and green onions.

Check seasonings and adjust to taste.

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Old 08-01-2010, 08:42 PM   #20
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That's one mighty fine recipe .40.....thank you.

Please copy and paste this into the vegetable recipe section here also.......it sounds too good to get lost!!
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