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10 February, 2011 at 12:53 am #43401
Thanks to our Kiwi Littermates, we are having all things beans tonight! Yum! Do you have any bean recipes to share?? I would love to hear them! The kits are putting out soups and sides and bean dips all around. Please come on by and have some beans! We are so glad you are here!10 February, 2011 at 12:54 am #640322
Hi MC! I didn’t join in the beans conversation today but I would love to have some of that bean & cheese dip for these tortilla chips.10 February, 2011 at 12:56 am #640323
Here’s one of my favorite soups to make:10 February, 2011 at 12:57 am #640324
Hi MC and Joan!! I made some delicious nachos for dinner tonight that included beans if that counts at all (nacho chips, refried beans, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, hot peppers, cheese, cilantro, turkey cooked in taco seasoning, and sour cream.. mmmm). I think I must have had the recommended 2,000 / day calories in one sitting but it was worth it.10 February, 2011 at 12:57 am #640325
Hi abigail! You slipped in while I was typing10 February, 2011 at 12:59 am #640326
Hi ladies! So how is the weather where you are??? We are to get to -35 Windchill tonight and I AM not looking forward to it. I also hope insomnia visits someone else. 2:10 of sleep last night is hurting!10 February, 2011 at 1:00 am #640327
Oh brrrrrr MC that is FREEZING! I just checked accuweather and it’s only going down to 8 degrees here (did I really just say only 8? brr)
Stay warm tonight! I hope you can get some more sleep.10 February, 2011 at 1:01 am #640328
Ok, now i’m hungry!! I’ve heard of nacho’s before. Tried them once at a restaurant, but they were waaaayyy to spicy for me. Might actually have a go at them now gini! I had no idea they were so versatile.10 February, 2011 at 1:04 am #640329
Skyron you can put anything you want on nachos! I used to hate spicy things so I never used hot sauce or hot peppers on them but eventually they grew on me. You should try to make them at home sometime so you can put on all of the things you like There are also great recipes online for non spicy nachos if you search for them10 February, 2011 at 1:10 am #640330
I’ve thought of that gini, but we dont actually have nacho’s over here. Restaurants all just use dorito chips instead, and they tend to not hold up very well. The idea of making them from scratch sounds like a lot of work . . . (i’m lazy, i know)
Abby, that soup recipe sounds exactly like my usual bolognaise sauce, but with beans in it! I’ve never thought of putting them together though.10 February, 2011 at 1:10 am #640331
I like my nachos with beans, cheese, tomatoes, sour cream and just a few onions. YUM!10 February, 2011 at 1:25 am #640332
i am having a new york strip tonight that I got for the Super Bowl. I will have grilled mushromms with it and maybe some sweet potato mashed potatoes. then I’m spending tpnight in my bed as I am very tired with a touch of the creeping crud. I have no time off to take at my job until the 16th…10 February, 2011 at 1:26 am #640333
I am going to read my yarn catalogs. I have something I want to make and can’t get the yarn locally…10 February, 2011 at 1:26 am #640334
Sky, nachos can be as simple as taking tortilla chips, fritos, doritos or anything you want….putting shredded cheeses on it and meat if desired, put it in the microwave for a min or two and it can be a quick and easy nacho once the cheese has melted, put sour cream on after and its a go…..10 February, 2011 at 1:32 am #640335
The frittos or doritos would never make it that far. I’d eat them before i ever got round to grating the cheese . . .
I love doritos. I just cant resist them, especially the sweet chilli flavour ones
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