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Old 11-12-2019, 02:19 AM   #21
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Well talk about living dangerously BBQ Ribs !!!
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Not everything that I mix together is always great, but *most* of the stuff is edible, if not good.

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if I tell her it was great, she is just gonna cook it again.


Trust me. My wife and extended family members are not afraid to tell me if one of my thrown together concoctions is not good. For just the reason that you mention. They want to avoid being subjected to that particular experiment a second time.

My elbow macaroni salad is generally well received. It is always very basic consisting of elbow macaroni, finely chopped onion, celery, carrots, some mayo, some sour cream, a squirt of mustard, lemon juice, hot sauce, and some herbs.

I LOVE onion, and garlic for that matter (no garlic is included in my macaroni salad). I was informed by some that my macaroni salad had a bit too much onion. Based upon those comments I have changed to a milder onion variety and reduced the quantity that I use.

I thought that adding chopped carrots to my egg salad as a great addition. I like crunch. Nope. Others didn't agree so I stopped including it.

I'm not offended when people comment. I try to adjust.

That said, some things stay the same. I most always include a bit of hot sauce or jalapeno pepper into my recipes. Doesn't everyone appreciate a little heat? It wakes up the taste buds.

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Not everything that I mix together is always great, but *most* of the stuff is edible, if not good.




Trust me. My wife and extended family members are not afraid to tell me if one of my thrown together concoctions is not good. For just the reason that you mention. They want to avoid being subjected to that particular experiment a second time.

My elbow macaroni salad is generally well received. It is always very basic consisting of elbow macaroni, finely chopped onion, celery, carrots, some mayo, some sour cream, a squirt of mustard, lemon juice, hot sauce, and some herbs.

I LOVE onion, and garlic for that matter (no garlic is included in my macaroni salad). I was informed by some that my macaroni salad had a bit too much onion. Based upon those comments I have changed to a milder onion variety and reduced the quantity that I use.

I thought that adding chopped carrots to my egg salad as a great addition. I like crunch. Nope. Others didn't agree so I stopped including it.

I'm not offended when people comment. I try to adjust.

That said, some things stay the same. I most always include a bit of hot sauce or jalapeno pepper into my recipes. Doesn't everyone appreciate a little heat? It wakes up the taste buds.

vic
That said, some things stay the same. I most always include a bit of hot sauce or jalapeno pepper into my recipes. Doesn't everyone appreciate a little heat? It wakes up the taste buds.

Vic
Try some harissa sauce or powder for that authentic Moroccan flavor, hot, spicy but a "different spicy" , a unique Arab favor. .
Then maybe try doing a tangine meal. Using the traditional Moorish style since you seem to have a propensity for one pot meals.
Pot au Feu as they say in France.
I often make a tangine chicken using game hens , always a hit
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I make simple tomato soup.
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