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Unread 12-09-2012, 11:33 AM   #31
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Chicken salad sammiches!

Breakfast of Champions! Had some good heat to it. Tripe was perfectly soft! I'll have a few more bowls throughout the day I'm sure!
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Unread 12-09-2012, 11:35 AM   #32
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Have you ever tried it using a crockpot? That's how I do it.
Don't know about a crockpot. Took long as it was to boil it down. I have been thinking about using a pressure cooker though just fro the boil to cut down on time.
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Damn, that does look good, wish I was there to try some with ya!
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Unread 12-09-2012, 12:12 PM   #34
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You shore do eat good around there!

I didn't think I would, but now that I see it I would eat a bowl of that.
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The Tripe does kinda look like stewed morels. Mabey could trick the brain. I have seen the recipie for I think it was Kevins post for Chorizo from Butts. I doubt it would be the same as the real stuff is very fatty. Mabey Ill try it again. 1 lb burger and 1 lb chorizo for tacos.
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Ewww, no! Not for me! Never.............
Why not -- can't "stomach" the taste of it?

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Looks good in the bowl there Bob. Not for me though. As far as chorizo, what I read on the label that chases me away is salivery glands and lymph nodes. Again, not for me.
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Looks good in the bowl there Bob. Not for me though. As far as chorizo, what I read on the label that chases me away is salivery glands and lymph nodes. Again, not for me.
LOL! I guess chorizo is the Mexican version of hot dogs. Some chorizo made with straight up pork meat is good stuff. That's how I prefer mine too. Somewhere on here is a thread where I made some with butt. That was dang good.
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LOL! I guess chorizo is the Mexican version of hot dogs. Some chorizo made with straight up pork meat is good stuff. That's how I prefer mine too. Somewhere on here is a thread where I made some with butt. That was dang good.
So find it Moderator extrordinare I looked through all Kevins posts he stared and didnt see it. Which reminds me. Man I miss his posts!
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I dream of someday having a bowl of that at Bob's house.
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Hey Bob, The Sausage Shop on Fort Blvd makes a really good chorizo using pork butt. It's nothing like Peyton's that come in the plastic casing. Your menudo looks killer. I could have used some this morning after last night!
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Compa Bobbrisket;

People won't understand. I do, ese menudo NO TIENE MADRE.

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Compa Bobbrisket;

People won't understand. I do, ese menudo NO TIENE MADRE.

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Gracias Compa! Es la pura Vida!

I'm going on Round 2. This time I put in some Tepin Chile powder from my garden tepins. Got a good sweat going and huffin and puffin! Good Stuff! Also, tossed the "flower" into this bowl. I may run Mrs. Brisket outta the bedroom tonight! Dragon Breath Mod!
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Ohhhhhhhh that's even better!
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