i was bored and figured i could stretch my legs since i had not moved for like 18 hours except for short trips to and from the kitchen or bathroom and dreamworks was making tortillas which made me want some. instead i bought a bottle of vodka and 4 litres of milk.
Anonymous C replied with this 3.7 years ago, 37 seconds later, 30 minutes after the original post[^][v]#367,411
its a bad time of year to be a turkey mate.
Anonymous B replied with this 3.7 years ago, 3 minutes later, 34 minutes after the original post[^][v]#367,413
No, not too often. I was going out for cigarettes and wanted a drink when I got back. Also, you've sold me on the idea of tortillas. There are tortillas and salsa and beans and cheese sitting in front of me right now waiting to be eaten.
ashe (OP) replied with this 3.7 years ago, 51 seconds later, 35 minutes after the original post[^][v]#367,414
I live 15 minutes from border of Mexico. I need to make a trip because even though a sweet gal running a fish taco store, showed me how to make the real deal Chile Rojo (mine is still not as good as her's) and YES I know you said you are going to use Salsa Verde which I usually use for Fish dishes - One or the Other makes for a spicy and HEALTHY way to go. Hope you bought low fat ground beef. In Mexico they use super lean meats and of course usually not ground but point is LEAN LEAN cause Lean is Cheep n turns out Lean is Healthy.
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henn joined in and replied with this 3.7 years ago, 7 minutes later, 6 hours after the original post[^][v]#367,453
Wow a lot of people have been making mexican food. I did the same.
2 lbs of seasoned pork from the mexican market
2 large white onions
Syntax replied with this 3.7 years ago, 36 minutes later, 7 hours after the original post[^][v]#367,456
I do a Pork Green Chile Stew. Idea came from some cooking show years ago and I did that dish but it needed more more.
Brown chunks of pork
Add lots of Water
Load it up with Pablanos Green Chiles 100% of minus only the stem but keep all the insides seeds and all.
Add some Jalapenos over time checking for heat level you desire
Load it up with Tomatillo's in quarter chunks. They add a sour taste so amount depends on personal tastes and they add Thickness to the Stew
Towards last 25 minutes add Potato chunks cause you don't want mushy Pertatoes.
And add some Chicken Stock to taste. One can get away with just the Pork flavor BUT Chicken Stock adds a huge dimension to the final results.
Takes maybe 3 hours to cook down with Pertatoes that last 25 min or so and eat with Flour Tortillas or Corn.
I tried Onions in this dish and they add a bit of sweetness this stew did not need and I do use Onions a bunch in all other stews I cook up.
Cilantro of course always works, I have yet to try my Stew with Cilantro.
Tooth ache and may be the first cavity in Years or I would be out for a Bowl of Menudo.
Limes not needed re the Tomatillo's but limes could sub for if one cannot find them.
Anonymous J joined in and replied with this 3.7 years ago, 37 minutes later, 7 hours after the original post[^][v]#367,461
Four carrot raisin muffins
A loaf of ciabatta
Roasted red pepper hummus
Pesto (without cheese)
Chai Tulsi tea bags
doctor dreamworks md !jdTkvovFCQ replied with this 3.7 years ago, 1 minute later, 7 hours after the original post[^][v]#367,462
i need to buy a new sketchbook but i am too lazy what do
Syntax replied with this 3.7 years ago, 45 minutes later, 8 hours after the original post[^][v]#367,474
@previous (doctor dreamworks md !jdTkvovFCQ)
Try some sinning to get inspired.
doctor dreamworks md !jdTkvovFCQ replied with this 3.7 years ago, 30 minutes later, 8 hours after the original post[^][v]#367,481