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Unread 04-04-2010, 09:48 AM   #1
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Default Chile Verde Stew in the Dutch.....con Pron

Pretty nice day yesterday, other than a little breeze here and there. Had a whole bunch of pulled pork I need to use up along with some beef sausage, and chopped beef, along with some garden fresh chive, and cilanto, course needed some onions and garlic and some beautiful bacon as the base to get everything going. A little adult beverage........Chivas. The DO, a pecan fire and smoke. Then figured, what the heck, some bisquits in the skillet. Found out the DO llid fits the skillet very nicley.
The finale was some VERY hot Hatch green chile. I only added it to my bowl as it was too hot for the wife and kids. This was the Sandia variety of chile. Smaller, thinner flesh.............but packs some heat. Great stuff. I felt the 'after effects' this morning......


I tried doing "thumbs up" but it looked more like the "bird" so I went with "peace Bros!"

Some homemade chicken stock went in at this point too.

Last year I had a basil forrest, this year looks like a Cilantro forrest is in progress.

Chives. Maters and onion taking root in the background.

Dinner Time.

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