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Old 02-13-2019, 02:28 PM   #1
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Needing to work my way through (or gift) leftovers. Needing to eat lots of veggies. Collision. Had some leftover straight Texas Red. Have some brisket. Went to store stocked up on colorful veggies. Chopped purple onion-red and yellow bell-celery and sautéed till translucent. Then added chopped white garlic. A dash of Gebhardts and a dash of NOTB. Added in chili and brisket. Topping was chopped heirloom tomato and avocado- seasoning was NOTB.

Tasted more like what you’d find inside a deep fried chimichanga. Was actually good. All eaten.

That’s it. No more food until tomorrow
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Old 02-13-2019, 05:43 PM   #2
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That looks delicious, Adams.......nice and hearty.
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Old 02-13-2019, 06:18 PM   #3
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Looks good, man.

I'm a big fan of NOTB rubs and spices.

San Miguel makes a mean fatty, and I've been known to apply it to a rack of ribs from time to time.
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Nice looking bowl Adams.
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Man, I wouldn’t mind a big ole bowl of that goodness :)
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Looks darned tasty Adams!
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Looks tasty as per the usual with your MSU. Intrigued by the heirloom tomato. Resembles a Cherokee Purple. Sam's used to carry a visibly similar tomato that carried the Kumato name. Was actually a very good tasting fresh tomato unlike the hard, cardboard flavored ones that normally frequent the produce aisle. But as with all things Sam's, know that the product is always just temporary and will leave you faster than a junior high romance around valentines day.


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Old 02-14-2019, 08:13 AM   #8
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This is similar to what the store display looked like. Different colors. All I remember seeing is Heirloom on the sign. The texture was almost like a cantaloupe- it was not sweet and also not acidic —kind of like a low sodium V8 taste.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heirloom_tomato
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:40 AM   #9
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Top notch chow right there.
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That looks and sounds Great to me
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That looks tasty! I’ve been trying to lose some weight and been eating lots of veggies. Looks like something I would make,good job!
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That looks tasty! I’ve been trying to lose some weight and been eating lots of veggies. Looks like something I would make,good job!
https://drfitt.com/bali-food-list/

Thanks. This food list has worked nicely for me and The Bride. You can have some sweets carbs alcohol (not a bunch but some). I’m down 60 and 6 pant sizes wearing a belt to keep 36x36 20X Wranglers up.. The bride weighs under 120 most days. She had an md appointment yesterday and was 123 in clothes.
It’s colorful inventive an occasional Frito Pie doesn’t do too much damage.

What gets me are the colors. We have eaten this way for the most part since 11-2016.
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