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Old 02-20-2007, 11:56 AM
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... we had a chili cook off at my church 2 weeks ago. my church is full of food idiots. Great people but they couldnt tell chili from soup.

the winner (and this is no lie) was a turkey celantro SOUP. good grief.
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I need a good easy recipe for a tasty chicken tortilla soup. Got one for me?
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Old 02-20-2007, 11:58 AM
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Sushi? *shivers*

I don't care for sushi. I've tried it but it's just not something that I have any interest in. For one thing I don't care much for sticky rice. Secondly, I don't like some of the Japanese seasonings. Thirdly, I don't like uncooked meat or fish and my tastebuds do a when they come in contact with seaweed. LOL.

My hubby's mom came from Korea, so, my girls were raised on sushi type foods and seaweed. I have sheets of it in my cabinet- the baby loves the stuff!!! LOL They are not real crazy about Kimchee, though... I don't like ANY of the raw stuff....BLAH.
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Ferd!!

I need a good easy recipe for a tasty chicken tortilla soup. Got one for me?
not on hand. I will have to refer to the resource tonight.
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Old 02-20-2007, 12:05 PM
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God made sushi.

I think there is a no bashing sushi clause in our policy here so give sushi a break!








(NOTE: After checking there is no clause about bashing the raw fish kind. Proceed with undignified disgust. I only love the kind with cooked stuff in it.)
what the dean said. Sushi good.
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Old 02-20-2007, 12:06 PM
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Yup... you're right. Food plebians... you Smarmalicious chili chef!
serously! what is wrong with people???? I mean really. I cant even figure out why the turky soup was even allowed in the compition. goofy.
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My hubby's mom came from Korea, so, my girls were raised on sushi type foods and seaweed. I have sheets of it in my cabinet- the baby loves the stuff!!! LOL They are not real crazy about Kimchee, though... I don't like ANY of the raw stuff....BLAH.
Kimchee is Korean - not Japanese. I've had some that I liked pretty good.

We used to go to a Korean BBQ restaurant in HK that was wonderful and very inexpensive. We loved it!
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We're wayyyyy off topic here.
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... we had a chili cook off at my church 2 weeks ago. my church is full of food idiots. Great people but they couldnt tell chili from soup.

the winner (and this is no lie) was a turkey celantro SOUP. good grief.
HUH???? Turkey cilantro soup won top rize in a CHILI COOK-OFF?? Hello??? That's like saying a peanut butter and jelly sandwich won at a BBQ contest. I believe someone was confused.
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Kimchee is Korean - not Japanese. I've had some that I liked pretty good.

We used to go to a Korean BBQ restaurant in HK that was wonderful and very inexpensive. We loved it!
Japanese folks eat Kimchee too.
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My hubby's mom came from Korea, so, my girls were raised on sushi type foods and seaweed. I have sheets of it in my cabinet- the baby loves the stuff!!! LOL They are not real crazy about Kimchee, though... I don't like ANY of the raw stuff....BLAH.
ever had masaubee (sp?) before? its a green sause that you mix into soy sause to make it taste hotter? I was at a Japanese resturant once and took some on a bet, and kept adding more and more until I finally just put some of it right onto my chicken straight.... wasn't that hot though.... its about 1/3 as hot as some of the hot sauses I've had before, and no afterburn that some hot sauses have....
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