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Old 07-26-2015, 09:54 PM   #11
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I've been craving burritos, and this really hit the spot this evening. Rice, tri tip, refried beans and onions. The rice was leftover from a day or two ago, and I had a vacuum sealed hunk of tri tip in the freezer from the last time I grilled it. Topped it all with Herdez Salsa Verde, cilantro, and a few green onions.
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Old 07-26-2015, 10:51 PM   #12
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Mmmm. Lovely burrito, Cheryl!
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Thank you, Dawg.
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Old 07-26-2015, 11:44 PM   #14
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Since Kayelle slaved over a hot stove last night making those wonderful brined pork chops, I will be making Egg Foo Young tonight. Kayelle suggested adding a scant teaspoon of fish sauce to the sauce, so I will see how that works.
Did you try that? How was it?
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Since Kayelle slaved over a hot stove last night making those wonderful brined pork chops, I will be making Egg Foo Young tonight. Kayelle suggested adding a scant teaspoon of fish sauce to the sauce, so I will see how that works.
That was a delicious treat...a home cooked meal I didn't have to cook!
I just steamed some Jasmine rice, nuked some Snow Peas and was served a wonderful dinner. Happy wife here.
The Snow Peas is the perfect side Cheryl, thanks for the idea, and the little bit of fish sauce sent the gravy over the top.
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Humid day, sore muscles on both our parts from yesterday (I gardened, Himself hauled his huge telescope and tripod down to a farm in CT to do some astronomy thing) so we had "fend-for-yourself". Himself cleaned out the peppers and onions from yesterday, along with some of the grilled Italian sausage. I made myself a big salad and topped it with the last of the grilled chicken. Fresh fixings starting tomorrow.
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