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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Stuart, Feb 10, 2018.
This we also share in common
I've made one unquestionably good decision in my life and she's it.
LOL Absolutely, a full English breakfast isn't right unless there are black puddings, especially with poached eggs on top dripping with egg yolk.
Promised you pics of the killer pasties from the Mallacoota bakery.
I tried fried cabbage a few months ago and honestly I was quite impressed.
Hang on just one pumpkin pickin’ moment... Is that some of the grossly maligned orange tinged goodness I see right there???
OK as hard as it was seeing all the post's of awesome looking food I held strong on my diet, as of this morning I have officially lost exactly 100 lbs.....
Yeah mate, fortunately the bits are small and I manage to get them down, sometimes I just flick them out to Bella as she eats anything (poor dog). Admitting that is admitting to a breach of the animal cruelty act, I know! You won’t dob me in willya?
Sorry John, making it harder for you.
Losing 100 pounds is a fantastic effort and hopefully you will be feeling the benefit.
100lb... Way To Go @John
Oh trust me I love seeing the food dishes you all post. If it bothered me I wouldn't have lost 100 lbs. Keep on posting, and thank you guys. Yes I feel better these last few months than I ever have...
Stuffed bell peppers with chicken, pico de gallo, rice and a splash or two of tapatio… Very tasty.
They look delicious @John... & it’s coming on lunchtime here & I’ve got all of those ingredients in the fridge
Stuffed peppers are amazing. I dice up the parts of the pepper you have to cut off and cook them and some onions with ground beef, mix up some cooked rice with tomato sauce and maybe a can of Rotel. I like to parboil the peppers for a minute or two before stuffing. Then stuff 'em, bake 'em until tender, then melt a ridiculous amount of shredded cheese on top.
You get Tapatio in Oz?
“Screw" Hot Peppers.
A message lies therein~
You can, but I was talking more generically about the myriad Cholula variants that inhabit Chez H’omelette.
Ahh, but you see, there are those who would knife fight over the differences between Tapatío and Valentina.
My daughter almost killed her Father-In-Law, an overtly mucho capsaisin addict, with a crazily hot imported chilli sauce which, in her defence & providing fair warning, was called ‘Death by Chilli’.
Might as well have blasted him with some Bear Spray.