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Old 10-10-2004, 01:52 AM   #21
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Ah, a grilled cheese sandwich sounds so good right now. But no I will behave myself. Maybe I will have one for lunch tomorrow.
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lol.. I had to go over to the "Bread/sammiches" topic and post a grilled cheese with velveeta.. lol
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which is ALSO awesome with chili

when I worked as part of management for a pub/restaurant in town, we used to run that as a lunch special.. people loved it!
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Old 10-10-2004, 01:58 AM   #24
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With all this talk of chili and cheese. I am going to make chili for dinner and have the grilled cheese for lunch. I guess I better put the beans to soak before I go to bed tonight. The crockpot will be working tomorrow.
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yeah.. it's the best when you make it in the crockpot. The last batch I made in my dutch oven.. just lacking time.. turned out good! And, I have some in the freezer in single-serve portions..that's why I love this time of year.. I can do that with soups, etc.

a friend of mine got a crockpot for her b-day over the summer.. and it's the kind without the removable crock.. I think that would be such a pain to clean!
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I agree about the single serve portions. I package up all my leftovers that way. You are right the removable crockpots are the best. I used to have one that was not and it was a pain to clean. I just put the beans to soak.
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the next chili I make is your white chili recipe... I have never had that and I have always wanted to try it!
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oh.. if you ever use canned beans and are worried about sodium content, make sure to rinse them off well, and that takes a lot of the salt out.
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Thanks, I always rinse any kind of canned beans I use and if they are available I buy the low sodium kind.
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what kind of chili are you making tomorrow?

that sounds good for a sunday.. it's getting "chili" here again.. lol.. we had a spell of warm temps the last few days.. it's supposed to be cold tomorrow.. only high of 50°F.. I just wish it would stay warm or stay cold and not go up and down.. but, what do you expect for this part of the country? :?
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