Lets hear it for a plant!

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Re: Lets hear it for a plant!

Post by Norm Johnson » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:23 pm

reptilist wrote:I roasted half of them right away....The rest will have to wait until tomorrow.

They are sure good tasting! I like the medium hot....just a slight burn. I eat them as a snack sometimes...ala carte! One of my crew members is a young Mexican woman who is always cooking traditional dishes and feeding us, so of course the chilis are an excellent suppliment. Today was fajitas for lunch.
I like 'em best in Green Chili/Pork Stew . . . fattier but tastier, too, to my tongue . . . Wonderful in a Burro! Maybe even in a Burrito, don't know!
Never eat 'Burritos' . . . :P

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Re: Lets hear it for a plant!

Post by Desert Cruiser » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:35 pm

Norm that's what's wrong with you, you been eating them burros for too long. How you doin?

Oh yeh, when you get them Pork & Chilis things done let us know when we can come for dinner?

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Re: Lets hear it for a plant!

Post by reptilist » Wed Sep 02, 2009 7:01 pm

I just bought another half sack...roasted this time, all I had to do was peel them all and that was a big job! But a nice job too...I like the feel of hand processing farm fresh food. Only $20 for a LOT of green chili! Norm! These are from the guy who sits on the East end of Solomonville....You should go get you some!

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