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Thursday, May 03, 2007

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kate

That sounds really yummy, and easy too!

Thanks for the mention... I blush at your praise!

kate

oh...btw...don't buy liquid smoke. Instead, I would have some chipotles in abodo in the house and use the sauce for some smoky flavor. You will like it much better. You can also keep habanero pepper sauce on hand for a shake or two of heat.

Jessie

Your cooking beginnings sound a lot like mine. That recipe sounds esp. yummy. We love trying new recipes. I once tried a bread maker that was a hand me down and I didn't have much success. I am wondering if it is because it was old? I love using my crockpot. I also like to make chilli without any meat. We enjoy the different spices and beans. I used liquid smoke once and ended up cracking the lid. It spilled all in my spice area and I tossed it in frustration. It tasted fine though. The lid just frustrated me. Have a great weekend! ((Hugs))

Joo

Thank you, Kate, for the tip! I've seen you mention chipotles in adobo on your blog. I'll give them a try and the habanero sauce, too! I've had a bad experience with peppers in my eyes so cutting peppers always makes me nervous.

Jessie, I don't know what was wrong with your breadmaker but I swear by mine. I've made so many different varieties of bread. I pour my ingredients in before I go to sleep and set the timer. Waking up to the smell of freshly baked bread is a real joy!

Jessie

Hmm, I can imagine those scents right now! For some reason we always got a funny taste. Maybe it wasn't the bread machine, but the operator *blush*

((Hugs))

Joo

This is emabarassing to admit but I just made the turkey chili AGAIN because we had company. I picked up some adobo sauce and threw in a couple tablespoons and POW! It is a most delicious addition. Oh - and instead of beer, I used Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper. Weird, yes. Good, also yes.

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