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Posts by teamfat   Three packs a day, and she isn't talking about cigarettes.   mjb.
Shucks, having a Senior Moment, I guess. I'm trying to remember which challenge was the one where one of my "entries" consisted of preparing a boxed mac and cheese.   mjb.
Arbys has these buffalo chicken sliders for $1. I will not bother to look up the nutritional information for these, like I did for the IHOP Smokehouse Combo. Ignorance is bliss.   mjb.
Start a recipe. Divide it in half. Leave an ingredient out of one of the halves. Try to taste the difference.   mjb.
For a bit of a backstory here there is a restaurant in town called The Red Iguana. Been around forever, family deal, homemade, etc. They serve some REALLY good moles. Been on Diners, Dives and Drive Ins. If you want to go there for lunch or dinner, plan to spend some time - the waiting list can get pretty long. You may not know their music, but folks like Steve Earle and Robert Earl Keene, Texas musicians who come to town on a regular basis claim The Red Iguana, hands...
  Tonight's version of the minced pork in random store bought jar of mole sauce was better. Definitely some potential here.   mjb.
 I'll have to try something using tomatoes and marigolds, a very common companion planting. mjb.
@jake t buds there's a soup I've not done for some time. Thanks for the reminder.   Had a sandwich at Firehouse Subs for dinner. That was NOT the plan, things did not work out as scheduled with work. I was hoping to get home and mess with something I tried last night, chopped pork in a store bought mole sauce:     Last night's initial attempt was edible. The ratio of mole paste, broth and meat was way off. Maybe tomorrow Take 2 will be closer to what I want.   mjb.
Wish I could help. Goat is an underrated meat, the few times I've cooked it I did it with an African influence. Last month at Salt Lake City's Living Traditions festival I got some goat stew that was REALLY good, but again African style.   mjb.
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