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Old 01-14-2011, 01:11 PM   #2011
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Everyone's Dishes look Absolutely Delish!!!

Here's recipe for the Chile Colorado. If you want it green...=Chile Verde, add Tomatillo grn chile sauce instead of tomatoes.

The use of the word colorado refers to the color red because of the addition of tomatoes in this flavorful green chile stew. Pork, chuck/stewing beef or ground beef can be used in this dish.

Chile Colorado
2 pounds of chuck/stewing beef or pork tenderloin cubed or sliced into bite size.
1 large onion diced, one large turnip diced and bunch of cilantro chopped
Garlic to taste, finely minced
1 (28-ounce) can crushed or diced tomatoes
2 (7-ounce each) cans of diced mild green chilies
1 teaspoon or more to taste of cumin, red chile powder and oregano
Salt or Lawry's salt to taste
Worchestershire sauce to taste

In a Dutch oven or large teflon frying pan brown beef or pork cubes in oil on all sides; add onion, garlic, potatoes, half of cilantro and half of seasonings. Cook until onion has softened.
Add remaining ingredients, bring to a boil and reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 2 to 3 hours, or until beef is fork tender and the sauce has thickened. Top with some grated cheese and chopped cilantro.

If you want it more soupy add Chicken broth to it.
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Old 01-14-2011, 03:25 PM   #2012
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Jalapeno Cheeseburger Pie and Mixed Greens with Homemade Honey Mustard Vinaigrette








Low Carb Curry in a Hurry for Two





My Perfect Steamed Cauli Rice





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Do you think you can make the cheeseburger pie with breakfast sausage as well to do a breakfast pie I am always looking for diffrent breakfast things. It all looks so grea t and now I have some new ideas already thanks
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Old 01-14-2011, 05:16 PM   #2013
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Do you think you can make the cheeseburger pie with breakfast sausage as well to do a breakfast pie I am always looking for diffrent breakfast things. It all looks so grea t and now I have some new ideas already thanks
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Hi Ronda!

Absolutely you can make this with breakfast sausage. Cut it up, store it in the fridge and then grab and go!
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Old 01-15-2011, 08:31 AM   #2014
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Rhonda~What part of Tx? I used to live in Tx and still have relatives there.

Here's a Brekker recipe:
EGG/SAUSAGE MUFFINS
1 roll (lb) of sausage (I use spicy)
dozen eggs
1 pkg shredded cheese (I use cheddar or sharp cheddar)

Brown the sausage. Beat the eggs together, add the cooked sausage and cheese. Pour into muffin tins sprayed with cooking spray or lined with foil muffin cups- Don't use the paper cups!!. Or use a silicone muffin thangy. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Makes about 16 muffins (depending on how full you fill the tins).

Couldn't be easier and they are delicious. I keep a batch of these in the fridge and warm up in the microwave for about 30 seconds.
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Old 01-15-2011, 11:55 AM   #2015
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OK.... now for the coma inducing sugar fest!

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They had so much fun!!
They are adorable!! Looks like they had a blast!!

Congrats on what you've done so far and please know that we're all in this together!! We're here whenever you need us with our ideas and support!! I agree that overeating can be a dibilitating disease... I often find myself shoving food in my mouth, not because I'm hungry, but because I feel like I should be chewing or sucking on something, because that's what I always did!! Since starting Atkins I've found that I don't have much interest in eating all the junky stuff and I have no problem snacking on LC things such as cheese and pepperoni chips. I get the "crunch" I crave and I don't feel guilty about eating it!!

Those meals you showed look DELICIOUS!! Are they in the recipe section of the MB?!
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Old 01-15-2011, 11:19 PM   #2017
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Thanks! They sure did have a lot of fun with that cake.

No, I havnt added any of the recipes.. Most of the time I just wing it, coming up with stuff on the spot, and dont even remember what the heck I did..

If theres something specific you'd like a recipe for, I'll try to remember what I did hehe.. Just let me know!
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Awlass- ohhh those babies are so dear!!!! They sure look like they are having fun, my son hated getting dirty! I gave him his cake when he was one and just looked at me like WTH? LOL

So sweet!!!!

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I couldnt get the kids' photos to load.. internet issues yaknowwhatimean... will try again in a few..


The jalapeno lime butter was really difficult.. i couldnt get the lime juice to stay mixed in!!

I segmented 1 small lime, and crushed the segments (maybe just cutting into small bits will hold in some juice and make it easier to mix with the butter?)
shredded 1 jalapeno. (maybe 2 next time because the lime really was strong. wasnt as spicy as id have liked it to be)
softened 2 sticks of butter.

now heres the hard part..

mix everything in a metal bowl.. combine as well as you can..

stick the metal bowl into a bigger bowl half filled with ice water!

whip and whip and whip and whip that butter until its so cold you cant move your arms.. dont stop whipping or the lime juice will separate!

Quickly scoop into a sheet of plastic wrap and roll into a log.. wrap it tight and quickly put it into the coldest part of your freezer... or just put it into small ice cube trays.. one that makes 1 Tbs cubes.. that'd be easier I think...
wonder if you used a couple of true lime packets if it would incorporate easier?
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wonder if you used a couple of true lime packets if it would incorporate easier?
that would probably work!
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Whoo...that deluxe fried rice looks like real RICE! NUMMY!
Chic salad melts...Good Idea!
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Broiled Lobster (ignore the 1/2 tater):


BBQ Chic (those are pickled jalapeno carrots from jalapeno can):


Sauteed Shrooms cooking:


NY smothered in those shrooms (again...one of my Favs):


Sliced Bockwurst topped w/Artichoke/Spinach/parmesan/jalapeno spread/dip.


Feta/Cuke/Romaine salad topped w/thinly sliced beef and onions:


Shirataki Shrimp Scampi (again...me likey this):


Huevos Rancheros:

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Pat when r u getting your own food blog going? Hmmmmmm

all your dishes look fab my friend
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The grilled lobster and green bean/mushroom look verrrrrrrrrrry tasty! Yum yum.
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Mmmmmmm everything looks excellent Patricia! I want some lobster and NY steak now and shrimp!
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Rhonda~What part of Tx? I used to live in Tx and still have relatives there.

Here's a Brekker recipe:
EGG/SAUSAGE MUFFINS
1 roll (lb) of sausage (I use spicy)
dozen eggs
1 pkg shredded cheese (I use cheddar or sharp cheddar)

Brown the sausage. Beat the eggs together, add the cooked sausage and cheese. Pour into muffin tins sprayed with cooking spray or lined with foil muffin cups- Don't use the paper cups!!. Or use a silicone muffin thangy. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Makes about 16 muffins (depending on how full you fill the tins).

Couldn't be easier and they are delicious. I keep a batch of these in the fridge and warm up in the microwave for about 30 seconds.

So, how many would you normally eat at once? 1-2? This looks like it would be good for a Texas Muffin pan size, where the muffin looks like twice the size of a normal muffin. I have some silicone bakeware (love it) this would be perfect for.
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This is such a great thread! Thank you everyone for sharing your pics and recipes!!

Aguamenti, can you please pass on the recipe for the steak fingers and country gravy. Love your blog.. Thanks!
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Rhonda~What part of Tx? I used to live in Tx and still have relatives there.

Here's a Brekker recipe:
EGG/SAUSAGE MUFFINS
1 roll (lb) of sausage (I use spicy)
dozen eggs
1 pkg shredded cheese (I use cheddar or sharp cheddar)

Brown the sausage. Beat the eggs together, add the cooked sausage and cheese. Pour into muffin tins sprayed with cooking spray or lined with foil muffin cups- Don't use the paper cups!!. Or use a silicone muffin thangy. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Makes about 16 muffins (depending on how full you fill the tins).

Couldn't be easier and they are delicious. I keep a batch of these in the fridge and warm up in the microwave for about 30 seconds.
Thanks that sounds good I am in San Antonio
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This is such a great thread! Thank you everyone for sharing your pics and recipes!!

Aguamenti, can you please pass on the recipe for the steak fingers and country gravy. Love your blog.. Thanks!
Sure thing Bella, I'm not at home right now but i'll type it up later tonight!
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Adriana!!! I made your Three Cheese Enchilada Bake last night...it was to die for! so dang good...I ate way too much. I didn't take a pic of it for Food Porn, but had to tell you four thumbs up!!!
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Adriana!!! I made your Three Cheese Enchilada Bake last night...it was to die for! so dang good...I ate way too much. I didn't take a pic of it for Food Porn, but had to tell you four thumbs up!!!
where is that one that sounds great thanks
I made the curry in a hurry and it was so good.
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Adriana!!! I made your Three Cheese Enchilada Bake last night...it was to die for! so dang good...I ate way too much. I didn't take a pic of it for Food Porn, but had to tell you four thumbs up!!!

Thank you so much for the compliment! I'm glad you liked it!


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where is that one that sounds great thanks
I made the curry in a hurry and it was so good.
I'm also glad to hear that you liked the curry in a hurry!
The recipe for the three cheese enchilada bake is here
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where is that one that sounds great thanks
I made the curry in a hurry and it was so good.
I think it was under her 2010 tab and then under November. Towards the bottom.
Let me tell ya! My Dh and DD ate it w/ tortillas, but I just put it in a bowl. Did not feel like I was eating "diet" food at all! Family Favorite for sure!!!!!
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Thanks Agua.... looking forward to it!
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