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Old 08-17-2016, 12:21 AM   #21
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Mahalo, thanks Cheryl!
DH does not like Mac&Cheese, but I LOVE it!
I may need to make up a batch with some smoked Gouda and send some up in the dumb waiter to Mr&Mrs Landlord to share...
Oh, they will love you even more than they do now. Just be careful and only add maybe a quarter to a third of smoked gouda. Some is good, but too much is not.
And the dumb waiter....how fun, I haven't heard of those for years. Pretty nice and convenient feature!
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:28 AM   #22
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K, maybe they were really mediums then, eh?
Hatch Hor Chiles are WAY HOT, yeah?
Different people have different tolerances for hot foods. We have Anaheim chiles in the garden (same as Hatch chiles) and, with the seeds removed, they're medium hot to us. Habaneros are WAY HOT ♨
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:31 AM   #23
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We had nachos tonight. I thawed some Mexican pulled chicken, layered it over tortilla chips and topped it with a mix of extra sharp cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses, microwaved it, then added shredded romaine, diced garden tomatoes, minced pickled onions, minced cilantro and a bit of sour cream.
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Oh, they will love you even more than they do now. Just be careful and only add maybe a quarter to a third of smoked gouda. Some is good, but too much is not.
And the dumb waiter....how fun, I haven't heard of those for years. Pretty nice and convenient feature!
Slow Cooker Basil Chicken And Coconut Curry 12 Tomatoes

I put this dish in the slow cooker this morning and sent it upstairs this afternoon for Mr&Mrs Landlord's late supper, poor lambs... they work a 12 hour day on Tuesdays and Thursdays so I try my best to make extra on those days to put in the dumb waiter. I kept a serving for myself for tomorrow, DH did not like this dish, geez, what a surprise! "I don't like it, it's too creamy"... please insert 10 year old whiny little boy's voice here for full effect, HA!
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:42 AM   #26
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Different people have different tolerances for hot foods. We have Anaheim chiles in the garden (same as Hatch chiles) and, with the seeds removed, they're medium hot to us. Habaneros are WAY HOT ♨
True Dat!!
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Old 08-17-2016, 12:55 AM   #27
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kgirl...the basil, chicken and coconut curry sounds delish!

GG...omgosh....those nachos.
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kgirl...the basil, chicken and coconut curry sounds delish!
Oh, it was Cheryl, it was. I served it over Jasmine rice, MMM! Sorry, no photos please, it was just to glamorous for that , plus I was in a hurry to get out the door to meet Mr&Mrs DF's for Taco Tuesday at "our spot"
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We had burgers, it was mince day and they had a special on bread, pepper jack ( rare as hen teeth here) and bacon so I thought why not.
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Just thinking chili's of any kind, I don't like the harsh seeds, veins or skins with any of them, as I think they ruin the true clean taste of the pepper.

The frozen Hatch Chili's from Trader Joe's were so full of seeds they were so bitter, hot and unusable, and I threw them out.

The fresh are so worth attention to detail.
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