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This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.

Rosie

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On May 22, 10:35*am, rosie wrote:
This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.


I had leftover pasta sauce with WW spaghetti. It had a lot of peppers
in it. One green and one yellow bell, plus three large jalapenos. It
was hot.

Rosie


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On Fri, 22 May 2009 08:35:28 -0700 (PDT), rosie
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This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,


Oh, that's my kind of breakfast! I had an english muffin with jam and
it just didn't hit the spot.

it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.

Huh, I need to see if my grocery store has cornbread crackers. A net
search tells me they are also made by Nabisco.


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On Fri, 22 May 2009 08:35:28 -0700 (PDT), rosie
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This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.

Rosie


Oatmeal with a 1/8 cup raisins mixed in,
peach yogurt, 1 toast with cream cheese,
three cups French roast



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rosie wrote:

This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.

Rosie


Sounds tasty! Ever tried a chili omelet? g
With a bit of cheese...
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sf wrote:
On Fri, 22 May 2009 08:35:28 -0700 (PDT), rosie
wrote:

it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.

Huh, I need to see if my grocery store has cornbread crackers. A net
search tells me they are also made by Nabisco.


"Archer Farms" sounds like the Target house brand to me. Which is why
you'll never find those in a real grocery store. And if you thought
Walmart was the worst grocery store on the planet then you haven't been to
a Super Target yet.

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"Archer Farms" sounds like the Target house brand to me.


Correct

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On May 22, 1:42�pm, Sqwertz wrote:
sf wrote:
On Fri, 22 May 2009 08:35:28 -0700 (PDT), rosie
wrote:


it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.


Huh, I need to see if my grocery store has cornbread crackers. �A net
search tells me they are also made by Nabisco.


"Archer Farms" sounds like the Target house brand to me. �Which is why
you'll never find those in a real grocery store. �And if you thought
Walmart was the worst grocery store on the planet then you haven't been to
a Super Target yet.

-sw



Right Steve,I did buy it at Target- it is the closest thing we have
near us, and as for a super Target being awful, we do not even rate a
Super Target, this is one step above a regular Target, it has foods,
but no frsh veggies, and no meat. So I only use it when We needs
things that fall into the cracker catagory..

Rosie
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On May 22, 1:01�pm, Omelet wrote:
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�rosie wrote:
This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,it was the best I have made in a long time.. Served with those
tasty cornbread crackers. There are made by Archer farms and so good.


Rosie


Sounds tasty! �Ever tried a chili omelet? g
With a bit of cheese...
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It's about learning to dance in the rain.
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Long ago when I lived near LA I usaed to eat breakfast in a chili
place on the Newport Beach pier, they had the chili omlets, and were
delicious, serverd with Sourdough bread.I had forgotten how good they
were. now I need to make some more chili, so I cna have it in an omlet
for breaakfast.... evil grin....

Thanks!!

Rosie


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On May 22, 3:01�pm, "l, not -l" wrote:
On 22-May-2009, Omelet wrote:

Sounds tasty! �Ever tried a chili omelet? g
With a bit of cheese...
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I have had chili omelets on occasion; however, when the desire for eggs and
chili hit, it usually is satisfied with a Slinger. �If you are unaware of
Slingers, they a �two eggs, as you like them (I prefer scrambled),
cheeseburger patty, and fried potatoes, the entirety smothered in chili
(beans optional), chopped onion and shredded cheddar. �Though not among my
favorites, another chili parlor favorite here (STL) is chili ala mode; a
bowl of chili with two eggs (over or sunnyside-up) floated on top.
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\Will be in STL for the month of June, working at Cahokia, I am
going to look for these.

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sf wrote:
On Fri, 22 May 2009 08:35:28 -0700 (PDT), rosie
wrote:

This morning, I had a bowl of left over chili from dinner last
night,


Oh, that's my kind of breakfast! I had an english muffin with jam and
it just didn't hit the spot.


James made me eggs and toast. It was lovely, with a glass of tomato
juice on the side.

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"l, not -l" wrote:

On 22-May-2009, Omelet wrote:

Sounds tasty! Ever tried a chili omelet? g
With a bit of cheese...
--
Peace! Om


I have had chili omelets on occasion; however, when the desire for eggs and
chili hit, it usually is satisfied with a Slinger. If you are unaware of
Slingers, they a two eggs, as you like them (I prefer scrambled),
cheeseburger patty, and fried potatoes, the entirety smothered in chili
(beans optional), chopped onion and shredded cheddar. Though not among my
favorites, another chili parlor favorite here (STL) is chili ala mode; a
bowl of chili with two eggs (over or sunnyside-up) floated on top.


That second one sounds more tasty. :-)
Mom and dad always liked to combine spuds and eggs, but it never
appealed to me for some reason...
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"l, not -l" wrote:

On 22-May-2009, Omelet wrote:


Sounds tasty! Ever tried a chili omelet? g
With a bit of cheese...


I have had chili omelets on occasion; however, when the desire for eggs and
chili hit, it usually is satisfied with a Slinger. If you are unaware of
Slingers, they a two eggs, as you like them (I prefer scrambled),
cheeseburger patty, and fried potatoes, the entirety smothered in chili
(beans optional), chopped onion and shredded cheddar.


I think of a chili omelet as an omelet with chilis (the vegetable),
not chili (the stew).

Steve
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