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RE: This year's black eyes

I'm glad there are those of you who can eat the spicier foods!  I'd love to
be able to do that, but if I ate such things, they'd be carting me off to a
hospital somewhere.  (I really identify with those commercials selling acid
reducers!  Folks start talking about the delicious tomato dishes with pasta
and I start thinking of being awake in pain all night and having my
esophagus burn into the middle of the next day.)  

Although I never liked the terribly hot dishes, I did enjoy a good deal of
tomato dishes, fired onions, etc.  :>(  I hope all of you will enjoy them
for me, 'cause those days are all over.)

Oh, and the Happiest of New Years wishes go out to all of you!  (Couldn't
get to the PC New Year's Eve as we had surprise overnight company and had to
work New Year's day.)

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of james singer
Sent: Thursday, January 01, 2004 3:09 PM
To: Chat
Subject: [CHAT] This year's black eyes

This year's black eyes were sensational, he said, taking a bow.

At the outset, I erred by adding two chopped serrano chiles to the mix 
[along with two jalapenos, neither of which were seeded]. I also added 
a large Mexican white onion, chopped; if you're not familiar with these 
onions, get  to know them. Sweeter and milder than the yellow 
Vadilias]. Plus the usual half pint of homemade salsa and the butt of 
the christmas ham.

Fortunately, I also added a bit too much chicken stock, so I let the 
stuff cook down [low heat, no lid] for maybe an hour before testing.

Bingo! Even the short one, whose normal idea of "hot" foods are ones 
spiced with eastern European paprika, went back for thirds.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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