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Old 06-13-2014, 03:41 PM   #31
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My boo boo. I was unaware that spelling counted here.
Well, typically it doesn't. But when we're defining words, spelling and capitalization make a difference.
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Well, typically it doesn't. But when we're defining words, spelling and capitalization make a difference.
So what do you tell the folks here that type only in lower case?
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So what do you tell the folks here that type only in lower case?
Nothing. This isn't about that. I'm just saying that when we're defining terms, spelling and capitalization matter.
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Wow! You woke my senses up just reading that recipe! Looks like a great recipe though. The nice thing about chili is we can adjust the heat any way we want. My problem is I don't always get it quite right. I don't mind if it's just a little too hot, but when it's not hot enough... now that's disappointing. I'm one of those weirdos who saves certain dishes for cold weather and others for the warmer months. There's no hard fast rule... the change just kind of eases me in to the new seasons, and I look forward to having some meals I hadn't had in a while. Unfortunately, chili is one of those things you can kind of throw a little of this, and little more of that, etc. into the pot. I'd be happy to share my mole chili with orange zest, but I'll be wingin' it on exact amounts. Oops if "Longwinded" wasn't already taken, I guess the name would be fitting. Sorry, that's what I do... I ramble.
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Wow! You woke my senses up just reading that recipe! Looks like a great recipe though. The nice thing about chili is we can adjust the heat any way we want. My problem is I don't always get it quite right. I don't mind if it's just a little too hot, but when it's not hot enough... now that's disappointing. I'm one of those weirdos who saves certain dishes for cold weather and others for the warmer months. There's no hard fast rule... the change just kind of eases me in to the new seasons, and I look forward to having some meals I hadn't had in a while. Unfortunately, chili is one of those things you can kind of throw a little of this, and little more of that, etc. into the pot. I'd be happy to share my mole chili with orange zest, but I'll be wingin' it on exact amounts. Oops if "Longwinded" wasn't already taken, I guess the name would be fitting. Sorry, that's what I do... I ramble.
Have a bottle of hot sauce on the table for when you don't quite get it hot enough. That way no one can complain it is not hot enough or too hot.
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