I noticed a housemate's cooked bacon had mold on it. I decided not to eat it. I wonder if she will get sick.I'm making a pot of chili at 7:00 in the morning using lamb, chili seasoning packets, a small can of tomato sauce, a can of diced tomatoes with green chilies, a can of Rotel diced tomatoes with habaneros and a can of Goya chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
edit: after that was done simmering for a couple hours, I added a can of black beans and a can of dark red kidney beans. Fuck the haters, I want beans in my chili.
I didn't plan on buying any food after work yesterday, so it was kind of on a whim. There was a bone-in lamb leg with a broken cryovac. Normally we'd cut off the shank, cut the leg in half and trim as needed but this leg was a little too far gone. When I opened it up, there was more green than anticipated and a bit of a funky smell. The only way to salvage it was to debone it and cut it up for lamb stew meat. It was still sitting on the shelf when I got off work (despite people asking "do you have lamb?") so I bought it. I usually chop up onions and various peppers for chili but I didn't feel like walking to the other side of the store because it was crowded as fuck.
I wanted to buy a bottle of tequila to celebrate the end of the holidays but the liquor stores were closed. I went to the beer store and bought a case of Bell's Kalamazoo Stout, instead.
I like mustard too. It has selenium in it. Mustard is a mild emulsifier. Im not sure exactly how that works out, but my experience with emulsifiers is they protect the arteries from too much fat during the digestion of that meal. Bon apetite!
Agreed. I prefer that over any type. I will say though, different food type, this high quality Sushi joint by my house makes a killer fish ceviche roll. The only place I've ever eaten a roll like that, that good. Any other place as prepared it horribly.Shrimp ceviche is amazing.