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    Definition of NOSH
    intransitive verb
    : to eat a snack
    : munch <noshing on pizza>

    What do you snack on?

    I was nosing around the fridge today and noticed some chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Next to this was an avocado, what a great combo! We usually do a simple guacamole with kosher salt, hot pepper and fresh garlic. I decided to step it up.

    1 avocado- peeled and seeded
    1 chipotle pepper - mashed Chipotle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Serve with tortilla chips and Masonjarita©

    This is a smokeyhotcreamysmooth snack!
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    That sounds so yummy! I love guacamole; used to eat it damn near every day. Then I developed an allergy to avacado...


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    chipotle did some say chipotle i love me some chipotle i will ask my wife to add it next time she makes guacamole thanks for the recipe


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    I like using tortilla chips and scooping cottage cheese with them
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLK View Post
    chipotle did some say chipotle i love me some chipotle i will ask my wife to add it next time she makes guacamole thanks for the recipe
    If you love chipotle, I make a killer chipotle roast. Take a can of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce & puree that with 1/2 of a medium onion & some garlic. Take the puree and slather some of it generously on the roast of your choice (I usually get a nice chunk of tri-tip & put whole cloves of garlic in slits in the meat). Allow the puree to marinate the meat for at least a couple of hours - I prefer overnight. Slow roast in the oven to your desired doneness (varies with type of roast). You can also do this with pork and make a pulled pork meal with it.

    Take some of the unused puree and mix it with sour cream. Gently heat the sour cream mixture to infuse the flavors. I usually make two different batches of the cream sauce, with one being wicked spicy and the other more mild. Use the chipotle cream sauce over the sliced meat / pulled pork, etc. This chipotle cream is also quite delicious served cold and used as a dip for tortilla chips or condiment for whatever your little heart desires!

    Warning: You can actually make this stuff strong enough that it's just as "hot" coming out as it was going in. Totally worth it, though!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by adroitcuffs View Post
    If you love chipotle, I make a killer chipotle roast. Take a can of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce & puree that with 1/2 of a medium onion & some garlic. Take the puree and slather some of it generously on the roast of your choice (I usually get a nice chunk of tri-tip & put whole cloves of garlic in slits in the meat). Allow the puree to marinate the meat for at least a couple of hours - I prefer overnight. Slow roast in the oven to your desired doneness (varies with type of roast). You can also do this with pork and make a pulled pork meal with it.

    Take some of the unused puree and mix it with sour cream. Gently heat the sour cream mixture to infuse the flavors. I usually make two different batches of the cream sauce, with one being wicked spicy and the other more mild. Use the chipotle cream sauce over the sliced meat / pulled pork, etc. This chipotle cream is also quite delicious served cold and used as a dip for tortilla chips or condiment for whatever your little heart desires!

    Warning: You can actually make this stuff strong enough that it's just as "hot" coming out as it was going in. Totally worth it, though!!


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    That sounds awesome, adroitcuffs! I will definitely give that recipe a try. I often add chipotle in adobo to guacamole, it also makes a nice addition to roasted corn chowder. Sometimes I'll also add it to shrimp and serve it over polenta.

    As for snacking, I tend to just see what's in my refrigerator and throw something together. I pretty much always have avocados and other fruits, olives, several cheeses, and cured meats on hand so quite often my snacking involves one or more of those items.




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    Originally Posted by adroitcuffs View Post
    I usually get a nice chunk of tri-tip & put whole cloves of garlic in slits in the meat)

    it's just as "hot" coming out as it was going in. Totally worth it, though!!
    Studding meat is a great way to infuse flavors. Add some black peppercorns too!

    As for the "exit wound"? That's what bidets were made for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLK View Post

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    To Live Is To Eat

    IMG could turn a conversation about the weather into a mouthwatering food story. - Cidp24

    And always add bacon! - Shad Kirton, Co-owner/Chef Smokey D's

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    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. - Solomon

    We were all born wild. It was up to our parents to domesticate us.

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    My gf has an unlimited supply of pickle or jalapeno juice. I hard cooked some eggs and added

    To Live Is To Eat

    IMG could turn a conversation about the weather into a mouthwatering food story. - Cidp24

    And always add bacon! - Shad Kirton, Co-owner/Chef Smokey D's

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    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. - Solomon

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