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    oh man these are the threads that will drive me crazy i LOVE food, i have friends who will send me pictures of their food while im in iraq and it makes me soooo jealous all the time, but it all looks so good here

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    ingredients:

    1 big chicken
    1 big onion
    2 red bell peppers
    2 jalapenos
    2 roma tomatoes
    2 cloves garlic
    1 tsp oregano
    2 bay leafs
    cayenne
    2 cups chicken broth
    2 cups water
    1 cup sour cream, or mexican crema (cacique)
    salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
    fresh chopped cilantro

    basically you throw the whole chicken in a pot.. add the water, chicken broth, and cream.
    then add all other ingredients.. the tomatoes, onions, peppers, jalapenos, and garlic can all be roughly chopped..
    anyway.. add everything but the cilantro..

    cover and simmer for an hour and then flip the chicken over to simmer for another half hour of however long it takes to fully stew.. then remove the chicken and break it down..

    carve out the breasts and legs.. wings.. also.. pick out whatever meat there is and add it all back to the pot.. discard the bones and fat or skin and turn up the heat to bring the pot to a high boil.. then add the chopped cilantro..

    give it a minute and serve.. it'll be steaming on the plate.. but it's worth blowing on.

    have fun. (as is said by our good friend)

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalfab View Post
    As a chef what are some of your favorite Spices/herbs? Mine at the moment are smoked paperika(spanish), aji amerillo,spainish thyme, and an assortment of chile powders.
    I'm into hot hungarian paprika and thai basil.
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    my all time favourite spice..
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    braised short ribs, glazed root vegetables and potatoes fondant
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    Loved braised short ribs excellent.

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    those potatoes are beautiful.. are they yukons?

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    I agree with Otto regarding a "dinner thread." The wife and I just finished an amazing dinner off the grill...a couple of beautiful filet mignons, bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, a couple of sides, paired with a 2006 cabernet sauvignon.
    Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReardenSteel View Post
    I agree with Otto regarding a "dinner thread." The wife and I just finished an amazing dinner off the grill...a couple of beautiful filet mignons, bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, a couple of sides, paired with a 2006 cabernet sauvignon.
    tell us about the sides.

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    Nothing special really, just fresh steamed green beans with butter and sea salt and garlic mashed potatoes.
    Nothing to see here.

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