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Mexican "breakfast of champions" #9052245 05/25/24 07:45 PM
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I get a real kick out of this chef. Did the salsa this afternoon under the local tornado watch and will try it for breakfast in the morning.

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Not as purty, but sure wuz good! And home-fried chips? Never buying a bag of store bought again.

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Re: Mexican "breakfast of champions" [Re: Nolanco] #9052610 05/26/24 02:47 PM
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Re: Mexican "breakfast of champions" [Re: Nolanco] #9052641 05/26/24 03:52 PM
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Nothing compares to fresh home fried chips, especially in a cast iron skillet on a bbq pit/grill/campfire so to get a little touch of smoke. up

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Nothing compares to fresh home fried chips, especially in a cast iron skillet on a bbq pit/grill/campfire so to get a little touch of smoke. up

I remember when I was a kid, those home fried chips were the only way to get them, aka before Doritos.



Re: Mexican "breakfast of champions" [Re: Nolanco] #9053031 05/27/24 02:08 PM
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Re: Mexican "breakfast of champions" [Re: Nolanco] #9053044 05/27/24 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Nolanco
Not as purty, but sure wuz good! And home-fried chips? Never buying a bag of store bought again.

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I`m gonna have to try this. I`ve been making tortilla chips for 20 years. We keep the mega package of Mission tortillas in the fridge all the time. I like to mix Fiesta Fajita seasoning and chili powder to sprinkle over them or just plain sea salt.

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