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Old 09-21-2005, 03:42 PM   #1
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chinese or chili?

WHat should I have for dinner tonight? I am leaning toward chinese myself. shrimp toast, ribs and some general chicken sounds good. But I make a mean chili...suggestions?
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:44 PM   #2
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mmmmm.....I think I'm feeling chinese...where we meeting?!?! :D
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:44 PM   #3
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for the sake of your family whichever give u less gas
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:45 PM   #4
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chinese. you'll be a gassy mess with chili.
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:45 PM   #5
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Hmmmm. Both have good blog potential. Possibly a more descriptive smell will arise from Chinese. Yeah Chinese.
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:49 PM   #6
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hrmm, i personaly like chinese cold the next day, after it sits in the fridge overnight....so if it were me id order the chinese tonight, make/eat chili and then have chinese tommorow.
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Hmm...

Which looks more appetizing...

Chili:
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Chinese:
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Can't decide myself???
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hrmm, i personaly like chinese cold the next day, after it sits in the fridge overnight....so if it were me id order the chinese tonight, make/eat chili and then have chinese tommorow.

Not into cold Chinese... prefer hot and spicy!!!
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Chili tastes best when it's been cooking all day. If you haven't started it already, then you haven't given the beans a chance to properly soften which means they won't ferment completely in your gut. That means less gas, but more rumbling because your body has more "moving" to do. You won't feel very good a short while after eating that. Deb may thank you for not stinking up the place as much as you could, but do you really want to take this one for the team? :p

Go with chinese and save the chili for another day. That way the whole family can share in the experience. :D
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Five votes for chinese. I fart about the same with either one....i tend to have "blowouts" from chinese. Hmmm. Portegese boiler makerss tonight...
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Old 09-21-2005, 04:04 PM   #14
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Chili tastes best when it's been cooking all day. If you haven't started it already, then you haven't given the beans a chance to properly soften which means they won't ferment completely in your gut. That means less gas, but more rumbling because your body has more "moving" to do. You won't feel very good a short while after eating that. Deb may thank you for not stinking up the place as much as you could, but do you really want to take this one for the team? :p

Go with chinese and save the chili for another day. That way the whole family can share in the experience. :D

Why are you not a chief? I have a great recipe for chili, with beer in it and even cubed steak. But I am always searching for that perfect recipe..one that is really thick, and loaded with spicy goodness...
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No worrys my friend...I want a full meal, not a tiny snack.

ANd I am not into sum young guy tonight anyway.. :D :p
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make a chinese chilli. Put wontons in it or something.
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Found a recipe for Chinese Chili Con Carne (kinda..)

http://www.it.usyd.edu.au/~dcorbett/blog.cgi/cooking

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Mmmmm... General's chicken. Done right, it is great stuff. The best I ever had was in a little place in Escondido, CA (imagine!). It was a dry breading instead of the usual sticky glaze. But still had the sweet orangey taste -- just enough. Then a drive out to Palomar Mountain with the top down on the Miata to watch a meteor shower! Life was good!
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Mmmmm... General's chicken. Done right, it is great stuff. The best I ever had was in a little place in Escondido, CA (imagine!). It was a dry breading instead of the usual sticky glaze. But still had the sweet orangey taste -- just enough. Then a drive out to Palomar Mountain with the top down on the Miata to watch a meteor shower! Life was good!
JEALOUS!!!...

But then I can always drive down to Annapolis and onto the Eastern Shore... Hmm, not a bad idea for this weekend.

BTW, Chili is best after sitting for a few days, so go with Chinese Klegg.

Guess you didn't like the ladies I posted for you???

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Hmm...

Which looks more appetizing...

Chili:
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Thats Left Eye not Chili.... we all look the same to you dont we?
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Thats Left Eye not Chili.... we all look the same to you dont we?

No, not at all. Jeez whiz it was a simple mistake. Not familiar with TLC and did a google search and that is what came up for Chili pics...

Search link I did
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JEALOUS!!!...

But then I can always drive down to Annapolis and onto the Eastern Shore... Hmm, not a bad idea for this weekend.

BTW, Chili is best after sitting for a few days, so go with Chinese Klegg.

Guess you didn't like the ladies I posted for you???

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As a matter of fact..I am going for the chinese. She Is very hot.
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Old 09-21-2005, 04:47 PM   #23
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OK. eggroles, H&S soup, crab ragoon, shrimp toast, ribs and chicken and shrimp.
(in a spicy brown sauce with mixed veggies)

stomach is all a grumble
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No, not at all. Jeez whiz it was a simple mistake. Not familiar with TLC and did a google search and that is what came up for Chili pics...

Search link I did
http://images.google.com/images?q=Ch...&sa=N&filter=0
I'd take all three of the ladies from TLC. Well, actually, just the two that are still alive. :o

Red Light Special still makes me feel kinda funny (like when we used to climb the rope in gym class) whenever I hear it. :D
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I'd take all three of the ladies from TLC. Well, actually, just the two that are still alive. :o

Red Light Special still makes me feel kinda funny (like when we used to climb the rope in gym class) whenever I hear it. :D
STUPID QUESTION...

One actually died (I didn't know that). Which one? :o

YES I AM A STUPID DOG... Flame me if you must!!!
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