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Old 08-14-2015, 12:01 PM   #21
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I'll have a helping of S&P's sammich, with a heap of Cheryl's orzo salad.
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I used cod chunks (frozen from TJ's), well seasoned and quickly pan seared. The new package of Mission brand corn tortillas nearly ruined the meal though, grrr. The darn things were broken in half right out of the package so it was a challenge with half taco's.
It all tasted really good though!
Mmmm....I also love TJ's cod and use them often for my fish tacos, too. Need to add them to my TJ's list, come to think of it. How annoying about the tortillas!! Especially in a brand new bag.
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YUM!! Great looking dinners, CG and Joey!
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I'll have a helping of S&P's sammich, with a heap of Cheryl's orzo salad.
Ooh, me, too! Looks delish!
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I used cod chunks (frozen from TJ's), well seasoned and quickly pan seared. The new package of Mission brand corn tortillas nearly ruined the meal though, grrr. The darn things were broken in half right out of the package so it was a challenge with half taco's.
It all tasted really good though!
So you had fish tostadas?
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Thank you, Dawg and GG.
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So you had fish tostadas?
Nope, itty bitty taco's.They were a PITA.. Glad you brought up that idea though GG. I think next time I'll crisp fry the tortillas for fish tostada's.
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