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Old 01-01-2009, 02:08 PM   #11
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Thanks, that makes sense! I always add a bit of liquid from jarred peppers (pepperoncini or roasted red), so I guess that's my liquid, LOL. I buy the jarred bullions (I like "Better Than Bullion" brand), but usually have stock or broth on hand and now know I can use that if the peppers aren't handy. I learned something, yay!!
I now buy Better Than Bullion too! That stuff is great. I don't even add the bullion to the spice mix anymore as I usually don't have any on hand.
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Old 01-01-2009, 02:11 PM   #12
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I just made a dry mix and i cant believe how simple and quick it was. And how good it tastes. I should have been doing this for years
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I just made a dry mix and i cant believe how simple and quick it was. And how good it tastes. I should have been doing this for years
What time's dinner? Do you have enough for all of us?
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Old 01-01-2009, 02:23 PM   #14
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if you hop on a plane right now u should get here in time BUT my wife is cooking, so im not sure it will be worth the trip, oooops..... shhhhh, dont let her know i said this.
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if you hop on a plane right now u should get here in time BUT my wife is cooking, so im not sure it will be worth the trip, oooops..... shhhhh, dont let her know i said this.


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Old 01-01-2009, 02:35 PM   #17
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Thanks y'all!
I use stock almost exclusively instead of water these days in my marinades and such.
Adds great flavor!
My wife has fibromyalgia, and was exploring Candida (yeast overgrowth) as a contributor.
So we did a few months of no sugar, yeasts, vinegars and such. Which excluded most spice mixes and condiments.
This recipe was my first attempt at creating some flavorings within the guidelines, hence the organic non-allergenic stock mention. We used it first for chicken, but it has proven just fine for beef, pork and fish too. Enjoy!

Oh, MexicoKaren, I was wondering how you knew my name.. then I realized you were talking to Larry Stewart, not me! hahahahah
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Ill invite you over for dinner when she's cooking and ill let u make the decision for yourself ( just be sure to stop off at McDonalds before you arrive)
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Ill invite you over for dinner when she's cooking and ill let u make the decision for yourself ( just be sure to stop off at McDonalds before you arrive)
You better not have your password saved for here! ...or you may need to change it! You may think your wife was tenderizing meat but she was practicing for your head!
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Is bottom round good for fajitas? Its on sale this week and I am so in the mood for Mexican this weekend.
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