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So the Patriots beat the Rams, huh? *shrugs* I didn't give a flying fuck. Neither of my 2 favorite teams were in it so ... phbbbbbt!

Had spinach, mushroom & garlic pizza for dinner yesterday. Tonight was enchilada casserole & spanish rice.

Bought 6 books yesterday. It had been a while since I last got any. The books were:
  • "Again, Dangerous Visions" edited by Harlan Ellison
  • "Beserker" by J.M.H. Lovegrove's
  • "Homecoming" by D. Alexander Smith
  • "Icerigger" by Alan Dean Foster
  • "Inheritor" by C.J. Cherryh
  • "Kinship With The Stars" by Poul Anderson

My nephew's birthday was on the 31st. I can't believe how big he's getting. I still remember him and I walking alongside the road, his 'lil hand grasping one of my fingers, just outside the apartment here when he was just a wee thing. *sigh* Time sure is flying fast. And still he barely talks to me. Just a few words or phrases unless I hit just the right subject. I'd feel bad about that except he's just as reticent with words with my father as well.

Ooh, and just the day before that my sister and bro-in-law closed on buying their first house. I'm exited! They're excited!!! ... until they remember about the mortgage. LOL
  • Current Music: Go-Go's - "Head over heels"
Re: Wow.
There's so many variations I'll just give the basic.. they're rolled up tortillas with a meat and cheese filling covered in a mole-type sauce. Which then gets baked. Now, for my family specifically, we use corn torillas which are dipped into the mole sauce and then are filled with ground beef, cheddar cheese and black olives. The torillas are rolled and lined-up in a shallow baking pan and more sauce is put on top. Then it all gets baked. The mole sauce itself is a simple one using chili powder, oil, and flour to make a reux then adding salt, garlic, onion and chicken stock. In the casserole version instead of rolling and filling, the ingredients get layered.

You guys put chili powder in the reux? *blinkblink*


*wavy arms*