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Old 01-04-2011, 11:13 AM   #11
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It's just me eating here and even I'd have a hard time gettin' down ten or so ABTs... and live to tell about it

Yeah, they freeze just fine. I thaw before reheating and usually nuke them on a med/high setting to reheat.

I never tried freezing them. I figured the jalapeno would get soft and mushy and the cheese would change texture.
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:23 AM   #12
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It's just me eating here and even I'd have a hard time gettin' down ten or so ABTs... and live to tell about it

Yeah, they freeze just fine. I thaw before reheating and usually nuke them on a med/high setting to reheat.

haha That's funny! If you're anything like me, you've tried!
Thanks for the info, next time I will make extra EXTRA!
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:27 AM   #13
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I never tried freezing them. I figured the jalapeno would get soft and mushy and the cheese would change texture.
When I smoke them they are on long enough that the pepper is soft anyway, so I don't notice a change that way. And I put lil smokies in mine, so not a lot of cream cheese in mine either. They aren't the same as just cooked, but they are very passable.

mmm... ABTs...
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:42 AM   #14
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I remembered last night, just before I started filling up my lunch bucket, that we are having Chinese brought in at work today. I'll be having Chicken Osaka...lemon chicken over noodles.
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:43 AM   #15
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Did up a Beef Bourguignon last night, so I am currently making a beef noodle soup out of the leftovers. I'll probably have that for lunch and dinner because I have a very busy day ahead. The snow capsized the tarp which covers my boat so I have to go and work on my boat in the middle of winter. Gotta love that. My worktruck went caput on me, so I have to try and get it going, laundry, dishes, trip into town, walk dog, jog. So much for a day off.
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Old 01-04-2011, 12:12 PM   #16
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Using up some of the smoked turkey and prepped most of it last night....kind of like a Turkey A La King over biscuits....YUM! Just have to reheat it and add frozen peas at the very last. Maybe some fruit w/ it.
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My soup is done!! I can't wait for dinner!! LOL
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My soup is done!! I can't wait for dinner!! LOL
Shouldn't you have a taster cup?

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Homemade Beef Barley Soup (not a very good picture).

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When I smoke them they are on long enough that the pepper is soft anyway, so I don't notice a change that way. And I put lil smokies in mine, so not a lot of cream cheese in mine either. They aren't the same as just cooked, but they are very passable.

mmm... ABTs...
Looks fantastic! I want some.

I find that the longer you smoke them, the less heat remains. I also put lil smokies in with the seasoned cream cheese. Depending on the size of the pepper, I use a half a smokie.
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