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Old 01-26-2010, 07:53 PM   #21
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We had leftovers, a little bit of dis and a little bit of dat!
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We had leftovers, a little bit of dis and a little bit of dat!
Dis and Dat is one of my favorite dinners.
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Old 01-26-2010, 09:08 PM   #23
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we are almost done with the chicken tamales. very labor intensive. abel also will make some with two kinds of cheese, and a slice of mild green pepper. we started at 2 pm. i had already cooked the chicken and the broth. abel brought a friend, still takes a while to fold the corn husks.

can't wait to eat them. will let yu know.
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I'm intrigued now......
nothing to be intrigued about! LOL! Rather boring, actually.
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I'm intrigued now......
dinner was just breaded drumsticks, salsa pasta and green beans.
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Old 01-27-2010, 01:19 AM   #26
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we are almost done with the chicken tamales. very labor intensive. abel also will make some with two kinds of cheese, and a slice of mild green pepper. we started at 2 pm. i had already cooked the chicken and the broth. abel brought a friend, still takes a while to fold the corn husks.

can't wait to eat them. will let yu know.
the filling is just wonderful, we had a lot of trouble getting them to cook . i think abel stacked them in pot too much. i tried a few in micro, put in zip lock with a small container of water. close bag leaving a small opening in the zipper so it wouldn't explode. i cooked only three the first time. good. abel insisted on doing five at one time. big trouble getting them done. he just won't listen to the "gringo" lol . he is such a complainer that i want to hit him. he is tired , he is hungry, non stop eating all day. anyway i think just together to much at one time.

i am not sure if i would do again. took way to long for my kind of cooking.
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Old 01-27-2010, 03:35 AM   #27
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I have done something similiar using pepperoni or sausage, mozerella and provolone, and a little tomato sauce.
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Selkie, have you ever take some of your bread dough rolled it out and the made a loaf out of it filled with had torn ham,salami,pastrami and then hand torn jack,provolone? I sometimes paint the dough first with a grainy mustard just a little then I just roll it into a loaf put on a greased baking sheet cut several little slits on top and bake. My kids beg for it. Guess i need to get busy
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I have filled it with roast beef, peppers and onions and provolone cheese.
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