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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Does that make them quesadillas or does the cheese always go on the inside of a quesadilla?
    Always on inside along with whatever else you might fancy. When I make them usually a bit of beef inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Chicken Enchilada mate. Chopped chicken, a bit of black beans and salsa for stuffing.
    Wrap in flour torrtillas, sprinkle with cheese, cilantro, chopped avacado, olives and whatever else you fancy. Pop in oven to melt cheese then dab with sour cream. Salsa of course in wee cup to spice things up.
    Enchilada, that's it! I can never quite remember the differences between enchiladas, burritos, flautas, quesadillas etc...I do know that the chimichanga is a deep fried burrito though.

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    I hope Chitty misses this post ^ & ^^
    Chitty will have it down as cheese on toast.

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    Great minds Norts, I cooked for some of my wife's friends for her birthday Saturday. Same meal but had the beans on the side. Think you had a better photo though.




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    My pork chops in the fridge looked off so went for a cowboy dinner instead.

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    Tomorrow a side of baby back ribs, chili beans and tater salad for a visiting couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Think you had a better photo though.
    Photo not important. It's the taste bro. Looks a nice spread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Tomorrow a side of baby back ribs, chili beans and tater salad for a visiting couple.
    Damn that is next Saturday night I shit you not.

    Hal an enchilada normally uses a corn tortilla but the ones here are simply not soft enough, so I use small flour, as it looks like Norts did as well.

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    Given my upside down sleep schedule cuz of World Cup the missus whipped this up for dinner.

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    You have life sorted, Norts.

    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post

    Hal an enchilada normally uses a corn tortilla
    Oh, I didn't know that. I thought they were flour.

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    Speaking of flour, wheat flour... Penne roni Cheese, not had Mac in yonks, 10 mins and done. Had some cheese to use up cheddar, garlic cream cheese and stilton.

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    Judging by the success of current threads on TD, the posters seems to be more interested in food than sex.

    (Mendip excluded; Even Steven for him, I guess)

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    Can’t find the clitoral stimulation thread.

    What am I missing?

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    G-spots and threads on TD are both hard to find

    At least TD ...had a search function

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    I know not as photogenic as some of the dishes you all post , but I love string-beans .
    The problem I had though was with the string part. especially late in the season when the beans were more mature and had more string and less bean.
    I tried everything to remove the string on it's side.
    Gadget I ordered from China (useless)
    Potato peeler(removed half my bean)
    etc
    And finally I had an Idea (patent pending) , cut the tip with a paring knife and before you get to the string , turn the knife flat and pull, (on the string bean )
    I works fabulously
    So without any a ado and further delay ...... Drumroll please.
    Could not find a drumroll emoji , but several of giving the finger, which says more about this forum than I ever could.
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    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    ^ So what is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ So what is it?
    String beans you philistine
    In a light tomato Sause, with sauteed onions , garlic, and cilantro.
    After the beans were two thirds done , because potatoes cook faster than the string beans, cubed potatoes.
    for a bit of a twist on the old recipe , this time I added a couple of cluster of fresh pepper corns .
    Bu the way, we all buy these pealed tomatoes in the can for over 100 bht. Fresh tomatoes are a lot cheaper and taste better.
    simply drop a few in a kettle and par boil for a few minutes, than take out and place in cold water. The skin peals tight of. and for a few satangs you have pealed tomatoes.

    Ask a simple question LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    cilantro.
    it would taste better if you Mercans used the correct names for Erbs, coriander, or kolianthro

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    it would taste better if you Mercans used the correct names for Erbs, coriander, or kolianthro
    A rose by any other name

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    ^^^ I believe it's called 'blanching'. I've always just poured boiling water on the tomatoes in a bowl but maybe I'll try sticking the tomatoes in the kettle from now on. I've never tried tomato flavoured tea.

    I'm familiar with 'string' beans, or 'runner' beans as they're more correctly called in the UK. In fact I'm growing a few right now.

    You could have added a nice bit of lamb to make a proper Greek meal of it?

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    an Ose you mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    You could have added a nice bit of lamb to make a proper Greek meal of it?
    You my friend is no Philistine.
    My appologies

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    an Ose you mean
    Cilantro is Spanish for Coriander.
    I just like saying "cilantro" it roles of the tongue, I also like saying Chimichanga
    But that's another story
    If you notice, I stole your smile emoji 'cause I am too lazy to look for my own LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    If you notice, I stole your smile emoji 'cause I am too lazy to look for my own LOL
    sharing is caring. You need to get Mrs BB to tell you which weeds she/thais eat and do up the famous gweek dish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    I just like saying "cilantro" it roles of the tongue,
    I like saying the word 'nipple'. It also rolls off the tongue nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    I also like saying Chimichanga
    You're not alone, BB...


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