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Meatball sub + milk + episode of full house


Just the way I like it - oven broiled with red pepper flakes, mozzarella, and parmesan
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A good old ham and cheese sandwich with some bbq chips.

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Their ribs are the tits

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Leftover arrachera (skirt steak) and refried beans with chorizo (Mexican sausage) with guacamole... yum!!!

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salad, hard boiled egg.

same as every day.

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chorizo (Mexican sausage)
The people you have to explain it to aren't apt to eat it.
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The people you have to explain it to aren't apt to eat it.
Well, I'm just affraid of not providing the English translation... get people all ticked off at me and all ... but, you're right... tasty stuff, it's great on the grill!

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Leftover arrachera (skirt steak) and refried beans with chorizo (Mexican sausage) with guacamole... yum!!!
Esme, you should feed me. I can't cook any of this, and I love eating it! (cooking for one person sucks.)

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Well, I'm just affraid of not providing the English translation... get people all ticked off at me and all ... but, you're right... tasty stuff, it's great on the grill!
I like huevos con chorizo, and I also love queso flameado when it's made with chorizo.
I also make a great dish of steamed mussels with tomatos and chorizo.....YUM.

My only complaint is that my belly often doesn't like chorizo because it can be greasy at restaurants.
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cooking for one person sucks
I love leftovers. I could eat the same thing every day of the week.
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Esme, you should feed me. I can't cook any of this, and I love eating it! (cooking for one person sucks.)
Let me know when you can join us for dinner, we'd love to have you over!


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I like huevos con chorizo, and I also love queso flameado when it's made with chorizo.
I also make a great dish of steamed mussels with tomatos and chorizo.....YUM.

My only complaint is that my belly often doesn't like chorizo because it can be greasy at restaurants.

I have the same issue... but I find that if I use V&V Supremo's brand or the home-made chorizo from a good market, I don't experience the same discomfort.

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My only complaint is that my belly often doesn't like chorizo because it can be greasy at restaurants.
I've experienced this way too many times

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I've experienced this way too many times
queso flamedao is the worst. I mean, it's the best, but it's the worst.
The potent combo of heavy dairy cheese and greazy chorizo really gets me.
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queso flamedao is the worst. I mean, it's the best, but it's the worst.
The potent combo of heavy dairy cheese and greazy chorizo really gets me.
I don't think many can stomach that lethal combination. Just make sure you're at home or going home shortly after dinner like I do

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I have never heard flameado, I have always know it as fundido.

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