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Old 10-26-2014, 10:39 PM   #25439
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Yes... I'll not get to taste it either, but thought several others would enjoy a rainbow oozy boozy in Rockport.... they travel well, and stay very moist.
Rum it will be! ( oh... and no baby inside... that is only Mardi gras cakes...)
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I wonder if Rockport is going to ever be the same after we give it a mutation celebration!
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Old 10-26-2014, 10:44 PM   #25440
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What did you do to them puppies? I think I need to replicate! I have freshly-picked Poblanos.
It looked to me like he made Rellenos... but I can't tell and he isn't talking...
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It looked to me like he made Rellenos... but I can't tell and he isn't talking...

He'll talk. Ve haf vays...!

Rellenos are the whole reason I planted Poblanos, but I haven't made them yet. Silly moo!
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Doesn't look Paleo either - but just a bite or two...

Looks even less like Primal! And yes, a bite or two. Hmmm. How much can I cram in as 1 bite....? Or two?
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What did you do to them puppies? I think I need to replicate! I have freshly-picked Poblanos.

These are Anaheim chilis from Prescott AZ, roasted before my eyes, and gently fried in canola oil with GF batter. And they are THAT good!
In Tucson and Yuma they have Little Joes, about the same as Anaheims.
Hint: they eat better than they look, and they look great!
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Looks even less like Primal! And yes, a bite or two. Hmmm. How much can I cram in as 1 bite....? Or two?
Peppers are Paleo... they vegetables... cook them in coconut oil... you good... put them in your food....
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Dave...
canola oil is one of the most tweaked GMO foods.... just sayin a word to the wise.....coconut oil tolerates higher heats too.
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Ok, Muties, seein' is believin'. Some pics from our trial-run this weekend.

We ran over to the county just west of us and stayed 2 nights at their little municipal/county RV park. It's only a mile or so south of town, very clean and had electric & water hookups, with a dump station on the property.

We had a wonderful, relaxing weekend and everything worked beautifully. No problems with the coach. We were very comfortable, as you can tell from the picture of Kate with her first cup of coffee, waiting on sunrise.

Mascots are Dilly Down, a very sweet, yellow duck, and Dusty, a cuppa west Texas dirt, which often blows in the wind. Kate wanted me to be sure and tell y'all that Dusty has a very dry sense of humor.

We're still thinkin' on names for our Rainbow Rider.
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Peppers are Paleo... they vegetables... cook them in coconut oil... you good... put them in your food....

Oh yeah, peppers good. It's that oozy boozy that had me stuck at 1 bite or 2! I'm good, but not that good. 😳

Have coconut oil, will try.
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Ok, Muties, seein' is believin'. Some pics from our trial-run this weekend.

We just ran over to the county just west of us and stayed 2 nights at their little municipal/county RV park. It's only a mile or so south of town, very clean and had electric & water hookups, with a dump station on the property.

We had a wonderful, relaxing weekend and everything worked beautifully. No problems with the coach. We were very comfortable.
Woot Woot - Mascot and pal Sandy? And 2 👍 up!!
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Woot! Woot! Mel and Kate! Looks great! Thanks for the pics!
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Old 10-27-2014, 12:12 AM   #25450
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Ok, Muties, seein' is believin'. Some pics from our trial-run this weekend.

We ran over to the county just west of us and stayed 2 nights at their little municipal/county RV park. It's only a mile or so south of town, very clean and had electric & water hookups, with a dump station on the property.

We had a wonderful, relaxing weekend and everything worked beautifully. No problems with the coach. We were very comfortable, as you can tell from the picture of Kate with her first cup of coffee, waiting on sunrise.

Mascots are Dilly Down, a very sweet, yellow duck, and Dusty, a cuppa west Texas dirt, which often blows in the wind. Kate wanted me to be sure and tell y'all that Dusty has a very dry sense of humor.

We're still thinkin' on names for our Rainbow Rider.
And the bath rotated.... and everything looks really great btw... spotless!
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Ok, Muties, seein' is believin'. Some pics from our trial-run this weekend.

We ran over to the county just west of us and stayed 2 nights at their little municipal/county RV park. It's only a mile or so south of town, very clean and had electric & water hookups, with a dump station on the property.

We had a wonderful, relaxing weekend and everything worked beautifully. No problems with the coach. We were very comfortable, as you can tell from the picture of Kate with her first cup of coffee, waiting on sunrise.

Mascots are Dilly Down, a very sweet, yellow duck, and Dusty, a cuppa west Texas dirt, which often blows in the wind. Kate wanted me to be sure and tell y'all that Dusty has a very dry sense of humor.

We're still thinkin' on names for our Rainbow Rider.
Looks great, Mel & Kate!! Congrats and may you have many happy miles.
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