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Old 11-05-2011, 07:53 PM   #31
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I had a very bad day. I have an upset stomach and migraine. IF I eat it will make some kind of mild on the tummy food. Family can find something to munch on if they don't want what I may make. At the moment it may I am thinking buttermilk biscuits from the blue "whack it" tube with butter and my sugar be d***ed!
Sorry to hear that, MsMofet. Hope you feel better ASAP!
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Old 11-05-2011, 07:55 PM   #32
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Recipe, pretty please Rock?
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1 Med Onion, diced
4 Cloves garlic
1 can diced tomato
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
1 cup chicken broth
1 cup corn
chili powder
cumin
corriander
1 dried chili pepper
I used a Guajillo pepper,but you could put whatever you want in it.
8 oz cooked chicken breast, chopped
2 Tbls corn meal
Toasted flour tortillas, cut into triangles
grated cheese. Moneray or cheddar\mozz mix
bit of diced tomato

I basically do up a chili and thicken it with the corn meal and let it simmer for a bit. then I poured it into oven proof bowls topped it with chicken and assembled the toasted flour tortillas on top, smothered it with cheese and broiled it. I burnt the chips a little, but had more on the side for dipping.....
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Old 11-05-2011, 08:16 PM   #33
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I got my potato pancake craving satisfied and made an extra for tomorrow's breakfast
Health is still good.
Weather is gorgeous. Cold, but gorgeous

I threw some sugar snap peas in with the sausage after the water had simmered out and let them sautÚ in the juices. Ketchup was added after the pic
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Old 11-05-2011, 08:21 PM   #34
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Savory leek and gruyere souffle earns 4 thumbs up. Very tasty. Better to make it in a gratin dish than in the souffle dish like I did as the center wasn't done in the amount of time called for in the recipe. We ate the top and the rest went back into the oven to finish. Enjoyed it with pan seared ham steaks and a nice Pinot Noir.

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Old 11-05-2011, 08:28 PM   #35
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That sure sounds good! Please post a pic!
OK, taken with my crummy camera phone.
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Old 11-05-2011, 08:36 PM   #36
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Good lord. System overload. Everyone's pic looks fantastic!
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Old 11-05-2011, 08:56 PM   #37
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Sure!

1 Med Onion, diced
4 Cloves garlic
1 can diced tomato
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
1 cup chicken broth
1 cup corn
chili powder
cumin
corriander
1 dried chili pepper
I used a Guajillo pepper,but you could put whatever you want in it.
8 oz cooked chicken breast, chopped
2 Tbls corn meal
Toasted flour tortillas, cut into triangles
grated cheese. Moneray or cheddar\mozz mix
bit of diced tomato

I basically do up a chili and thicken it with the corn meal and let it simmer for a bit. then I poured it into oven proof bowls topped it with chicken and assembled the toasted flour tortillas on top, smothered it with cheese and broiled it. I burnt the chips a little, but had more on the side for dipping.....
Wow, great pictures and recipe!
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Old 11-05-2011, 08:58 PM   #38
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I'm sorry to hear that you feel poorly. I know how awful migraines can be. Hope you feel better soon.

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Sorry to hear that, MsMofet. Hope you feel better ASAP!
Thank you .40 and DL. I have been having such bad luck and to many problems for the last few months. It really takes a toll after this long.

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I got my potato pancake craving satisfied and made an extra for tomorrow's breakfast
Health is still good.
Weather is gorgeous. Cold, but gorgeous

I threw some sugar snap peas in with the sausage after the water had simmered out and let them sautÚ in the juices. Ketchup was added after the pic
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Sure!

1 Med Onion, diced
4 Cloves garlic
1 can diced tomato
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
1 cup chicken broth
1 cup corn
chili powder
cumin
corriander
1 dried chili pepper
I used a Guajillo pepper,but you could put whatever you want in it.
8 oz cooked chicken breast, chopped
2 Tbls corn meal
Toasted flour tortillas, cut into triangles
grated cheese. Moneray or cheddar\mozz mix
bit of diced tomato

I basically do up a chili and thicken it with the corn meal and let it simmer for a bit. then I poured it into oven proof bowls topped it with chicken and assembled the toasted flour tortillas on top, smothered it with cheese and broiled it. I burnt the chips a little, but had more on the side for dipping.....

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Savory leek and gruyere souffle earns 4 thumbs up. Very tasty. Better to make it in a gratin dish than in the souffle dish like I did as the center wasn't done in the amount of time called for in the recipe. We ate the top and the rest went back into the oven to finish. Enjoyed it with pan seared ham steaks and a nice Pinot Noir.

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Good lord. System overload. Everyone's pic looks fantastic!
I agree!! WOW everything sounds and LOOKS fantastic!! Good job everyone.
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Old 11-05-2011, 08:58 PM   #39
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I got my potato pancake craving satisfied and made an extra for tomorrow's breakfast
Health is still good.
Weather is gorgeous. Cold, but gorgeous

I threw some sugar snap peas in with the sausage after the water had simmered out and let them sautÚ in the juices. Ketchup was added after the pic
YUM, I love potato pancakes. Those pancake with the sausage and peas, make a great-looking dinner.
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That looks really good, and so does the salad!
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