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  1. #1
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Tonight's dinner

    I was at the store yesterday and saw some seasoned tortilla strips that were
    sold in the produce section. I checked the ingredients and lo and behold,
    Angela was not allergic to them! I didn't actually think I would like them.
    I have not liked the ones I have tried in the past. But these are quite
    good. Lightly sweet on the outside.

    I browned some ground beef with taco seasoning that I got from American
    Spice. All spices. No filler.

    I put this on a bed of three lettuces that I mixed with some shredded
    Mexican cheese, black olives and drained, canned kidney beans. Put some
    good, chunky salsa on top of the meat. Angela got sour cream on hers. I
    can't stand the stuff. Then a few of the tortilla strips.

    Angela loves it! We have a winner!



  2. #2
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Tonight's dinner

    I left off the cilantro! I put plenty of that in there too. Yum!
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I was at the store yesterday and saw some seasoned tortilla strips that
    >were sold in the produce section. I checked the ingredients and lo and
    >behold, Angela was not allergic to them! I didn't actually think I would
    >like them. I have not liked the ones I have tried in the past. But these
    >are quite good. Lightly sweet on the outside.
    >
    > I browned some ground beef with taco seasoning that I got from American
    > Spice. All spices. No filler.
    >
    > I put this on a bed of three lettuces that I mixed with some shredded
    > Mexican cheese, black olives and drained, canned kidney beans. Put some
    > good, chunky salsa on top of the meat. Angela got sour cream on hers. I
    > can't stand the stuff. Then a few of the tortilla strips.
    >
    > Angela loves it! We have a winner!
    >




  3. #3
    Stormmee Guest

    Default Re: Tonight's dinner

    this sounds nice, brand name for the strips? Lee
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hsi9n6$77a$[email protected]..
    >I was at the store yesterday and saw some seasoned tortilla strips that
    >were sold in the produce section. I checked the ingredients and lo and
    >behold, Angela was not allergic to them! I didn't actually think I would
    >like them. I have not liked the ones I have tried in the past. But these
    >are quite good. Lightly sweet on the outside.
    >
    > I browned some ground beef with taco seasoning that I got from American
    > Spice. All spices. No filler.
    >
    > I put this on a bed of three lettuces that I mixed with some shredded
    > Mexican cheese, black olives and drained, canned kidney beans. Put some
    > good, chunky salsa on top of the meat. Angela got sour cream on hers. I
    > can't stand the stuff. Then a few of the tortilla strips.
    >
    > Angela loves it! We have a winner!
    >




  4. #4
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Tonight's dinner


    "Stormmee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > this sounds nice, brand name for the strips? Lee


    Fresh Gourmet.



  5. #5
    Stormmee Guest

    Default Re: Tonight's dinner

    thanks, Lee
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Stormmee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> this sounds nice, brand name for the strips? Lee

    >
    > Fresh Gourmet.
    >




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