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Old 02-10-2005, 12:15 PM   #221
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I'll be out doing errands at lunch time. I'll grab and apple and a milk or something at Safeway until I get home and then have some peppers and tomatoes.
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Old 02-10-2005, 12:21 PM   #222
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leftover arroz con pollo and 4 diet cokes. i'm so thirsty.
ugh, i'm glowing like a pig. i'm disassembling a 15 year old ups, consisting of 30 full sized car batteries all wired together. not only are they heavy, but you gotta be careful not to get electrocuted. i love working with nice drop forged chromed steel tools inside a high power cabinet.
if i'm not here later, you'll know why.
heya damp, i could use some of your expertise with power lines... :D
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Old 02-10-2005, 01:08 PM   #223
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heya damp, i could use some of your expertise with power lines... :D
LOL! You and damp working on something electrical together--that's a thought!
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Old 02-10-2005, 05:48 PM   #225
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shrimp taco, chile relleno, and refried beans
some of my faves, SC, why did you not invite me????
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Old 02-10-2005, 06:17 PM   #226
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Today I had brunch. Made a ham and cheddar omelette with chives, coffee, fresh OJ, and a piece of ww 12-grain toast.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:41 AM   #227
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shrimp taco, chile relleno, and refried beans
some of my faves, SC, why did you not invite me????

You are welcome, anytime!! The more the merrier. I brought it back to the office and it made everyone's mouth water.
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i just had half a chicken salad sandwich from the hosp. coffee shop. toooooo much mayo.
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Well since I have an abundance of produce and other goodies........went balistic at the store yesterday.........Never Ever go there hungry.

Anyway here is what I just whipped up and devoured down........it was so good!

I drizzled some EVOO in a non stick skillet and added a clove of garlic and let that go for about a minute so the oil would infuse the garlic flavor. I then added some sliced some green - red - and yellow bell peppers in strips, sliced yellow onion and some sliced button white mushrooms. I added S & P, Cumin Powder........I never smelt this before and I can't believe how much it smelt like those pkg taco mixes........love this stuff, Curry Powder.......never smelt this before either and it has a smoky flavor and I found I love it also. I let these cook till they were almost done but still had a tiny bit of bite left to them.
I then put a tortilla shell in a cast iron skillet that I smeared with just a hint of EVOO..........I then topped that with some freshly shredded colby and mozarella cheese and then added the pepper combination from the other skillet. Topped it all with another tortilla shell and took a smaller cast iron skillet and put that on top to press the thing down......it only took about a minute on each side to brown. Cut them into 4's and served them with some sour cream, salsa and sliced green onions. I'm hooked no more taco bell for me.......I'm making my own!!! :D Next time I'll add some chicken or thinly sliced beef.
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Well since I have an abundance of produce and other goodies........went balistic at the store yesterday.........Never Ever go there hungry.

Anyway here is what I just whipped up and devoured down........it was so good!

I drizzled some EVOO in a non stick skillet and added a clove of garlic and let that go for about a minute so the oil would infuse the garlic flavor. I then added some sliced some green - red - and yellow bell peppers in strips, sliced yellow onion and some sliced button white mushrooms. I added S & P, Cumin Powder........I never smelt this before and I can't believe how much it smelt like those pkg taco mixes........love this stuff, Curry Powder.......never smelt this before either and it has a smoky flavor and I found I love it also. I let these cook till they were almost done but still had a tiny bit of bite left to them.
I then put a tortilla shell in a cast iron skillet that I smeared with just a hint of EVOO..........I then topped that with some freshly shredded colby and mozarella cheese and then added the pepper combination from the other skillet. Topped it all with another tortilla shell and took a smaller cast iron skillet and put that on top to press the thing down......it only took about a minute on each side to brown. Cut them into 4's and served them with some sour cream, salsa and sliced green onions. I'm hooked no more taco bell for me.......I'm making my own!!! :D Next time I'll add some chicken or thinly sliced beef.

wonderful!!!!!! I have almost all these ingreds. Might just have to make some for dinner. We're doing the no carb thing.. well at least we're trying to cut down so I'll skip the tortillas..but, I'm sure we'll love it just on the plate. THANKS :!:
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