Adventures with anrkst.

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    Well it's in the upper 80s f in December...let's make something melt your face off hot n spicy!

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    it was supposed to be Marion Grasby’s Spicy Asian Noodles with Prawns…but I can’t seem to stay on recipe. :D

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    There’s a critter..alayin on my feet. :)

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    well it’s too nice to be indoors for certain!
     
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    can’t get my cook on without my food critic in attendance.

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    punch the afterburner dude!
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    nibbles…nibbles for the orange 1?

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    12 minutes. From start to table. Oh and bring a sweat towel…you’re gonna need it! :D
     
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    LadyAsh and I were just talking one evening and things we mutually like that don’t turn up often came up. Hominy. We both like it well enough, heck I grew up down here, my granny could make it! That set me on a quest…the result,
    Pozule Rojo. ( pu-Zule-eh Row-hoe) a kind of Mexican chili/ soup often served in winter. Did I follow the recipe of my internet sources? Well no. Of course not. :D

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    My version will be made in 2 parts. A sofrito reduction, and a stock base. I’m going to “adjust” my personal Tex Mex spice blend for a bit more hoozah.

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    Ingredients. I used a bagged cabbage slaw mix so as to not have a big pile of produce left over.

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    This one…he’s pretty sure he would like a bite from up there.
     
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    then it’s just take this prep tray…

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    and go here. Where it’s dropping to close to freezing and there’s a good gusting north wind!

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    no matter. Give me…just about an hour total. Time enough for a long slow tenderizing simmer then some spicy warmth to push that chill back. Nothing to it. :)
     

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