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    Julie Bove Guest

    Default What's for dinner?

    Chili here. My own recipe. Ground beef, plenty of green bell peppers,
    onions, some jalapenos, tomatoes and sauce, kidney beans, chili powder,
    cumin, Mexican oregano and salt. There is also cornbread but I am not
    eating that. Very nice for a somewhat chilly, rainy day.


  2. #2
    Ozgirl Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?

    Having satay beef. I cut rump into strips and it is marinating already.
    Probably have it with broccoli and thinking of roasting some onion
    chunks and carrot slices to put though the satay after it is cooked.
    Peppers was the other thing I wanted to roast but were $8.95 a kilo!

    "Julie Bove" wrote in message news:lal77v$5fj$[email protected]..

    Chili here. My own recipe. Ground beef, plenty of green bell peppers,
    onions, some jalapenos, tomatoes and sauce, kidney beans, chili powder,
    cumin, Mexican oregano and salt. There is also cornbread but I am not
    eating that. Very nice for a somewhat chilly, rainy day.


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    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?


    "Ozgirl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Having satay beef. I cut rump into strips and it is marinating already.
    > Probably have it with broccoli and thinking of roasting some onion chunks
    > and carrot slices to put though the satay after it is cooked. Peppers was
    > the other thing I wanted to roast but were $8.95 a kilo!


    Ah that reminds me! Have broccoli to cook for husband. Need to find
    something to do with it.


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    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?

    Julie Bove <[email protected]> wrote:
    : Chili here. My own recipe. Ground beef, plenty of green bell peppers,
    : onions, some jalapenos, tomatoes and sauce, kidney beans, chili powder,
    : cumin, Mexican oregano and salt. There is also cornbread but I am not
    : eating that. Very nice for a somewhat chilly, rainy day.
    Remainder of pressure cooked chicken soup I made the other day and have
    beeneating for a few days in all the cold weave had here. Today it is
    about 332F and it feels like summer after the record breaking temperatures
    we have had. Of course,not like te Midwest which has been below zero for
    qute a few days with wind chills into the negative 40s range. they too
    are easing now.

    The chicken soup, which takes only 12 mins underpressure to mae is eaten
    with all the chicken and carrots, onionsadncelery , dill, S&P that it is
    cooked with. Very yummy and reletively low carb and fat so fits many
    diets.

    Wendy

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    DreadfulBitch Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?

    On 1/9/2014 3:39 PM, W. Baker wrote:
    > Today it is
    > about 332F and it feels like summer after the record breaking temperatures
    > we have had.


    I know it's a typo, but I got a chuckle out it being 332F in NYC. I'm
    sure that is feeling rather toasty! (-:

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    DreadfulBitch

    I intend to live forever....so far, so good.
    ......Steven Wright

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    W. Baker Guest

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    DreadfulBitch <[email protected]> wrote:
    : On 1/9/2014 3:39 PM, W. Baker wrote:
    : > Today it is
    : > about 332F and it feels like summer after the record breaking temperatures
    : > we have had.

    : I know it's a typo, but I got a chuckle out it being 332F in NYC. I'm
    : sure that is feeling rather toasty! (-:

    : --
    : DreadfulBitch

    : I intend to live forever....so far, so good.
    : .....Steven Wright

    If you really are a new person then you don't know I ma a terrible typist,
    speller adn checker of tying as I have visual problems. Of course, the 32
    degree today felt like summer, not a hot oven to make dinner:-)

    Wendy

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    bigwheel Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?


    'Julie Bove[_2_ Wrote:
    > ;1897875']Chili here. My own recipe. Ground beef, plenty of green bell
    > peppers,
    > onions, some jalapenos, tomatoes and sauce, kidney beans, chili powder,
    >
    > cumin, Mexican oregano and salt. There is also cornbread but I am not
    > eating that. Very nice for a somewhat chilly, rainy day.


    Got a old chum from Iowa who would fight you over that "yankee chili" I
    can eat it too if its free and cold outside. lol. I have been told I am
    having a grilled hamburger steak..mashed tates..fried Okry and carrot
    cake. To be picked up at Lubys cafeteria within ten minutes and cost 6
    bucks. What a deal huh?




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    bigwheel

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    I Don't Know U Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?

    On Thu, 09 Jan 2014 15:48:52 -0600, DreadfulBitch
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On 1/9/2014 3:39 PM, W. Baker wrote:
    >> Today it is
    >> about 332F and it feels like summer after the record breaking temperatures
    >> we have had.

    >
    >I know it's a typo, but I got a chuckle out it being 332F in NYC. I'm
    >sure that is feeling rather toasty! (-:



    Especially since everyone would had died long before it reached that
    temp.


  9. #9
    DreadfulBitch Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?

    On 1/9/2014 5:30 PM, W. Baker wrote:

    > If you really are a new person then you don't know I ma a terrible typist,
    > speller adn checker of tying as I have visual problems. Of course, the 32
    > degree today felt like summer, not a hot oven to make dinner:-)
    >
    > Wendy
    >

    Yes, I'm new to this group, but not to ASD. I'm known there, and other
    NGs, as BessieBee.

    I am aware of your vision problems so I hesitated to make a comment. I
    was sure, though, that you wouldn't take it as an insult. At least I
    sure do hope so!! It made me laugh out loud. I have always enjoyed
    your posts. (-:

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    DreadfulBitch

    I intend to live forever....so far, so good.
    ......Steven Wright

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    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: What's for dinner?

    DreadfulBitch <[email protected]> wrote:
    : On 1/9/2014 5:30 PM, W. Baker wrote:

    : > If you really are a new person then you don't know I ma a terrible typist,
    : > speller adn checker of tying as I have visual problems. Of course, the 32
    : > degree today felt like summer, not a hot oven to make dinner:-)
    : >
    : > Wendy
    : >
    : Yes, I'm new to this group, but not to ASD. I'm known there, and other
    : NGs, as BessieBee.

    : I am aware of your vision problems so I hesitated to make a comment. I
    : was sure, though, that you wouldn't take it as an insult. At least I
    : sure do hope so!! It made me laugh out loud. I have always enjoyed
    : your posts. (-:

    : --
    : DreadfulBitch

    : I intend to live forever....so far, so good.
    : .....Steven Wright

    Fine! Welcome to our group!

    Wendy

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