Discussion in 'SouthWest Region Discussion' started by SithLordAaron, Sep 6, 2005.
My wife told me about this and I busted a gut!
Is this in reference to something Jenna did the other night?
Edit: I spell good.
I think I would have to make a run for the border!!!!!!!
I would put it back and send it to my dad in Maine. He is so hungry for chili, he wouldn't care if there was a little dirt in it.
Dude 10 sec. rule.
5 minute rule.
I'd lick that stuff right off the ground
It's just sprinkles!
Kiss it up to God and ask the people that saw me do it for forgiveness
if i saw someone else do it...KILL THEM!
That would depend on where the chile came from. If it was made with Pueblo green chiles option one. Chilies from anywhere else and option 3 as it entered the kitchen.
PUEBLO CHILES RULE ALL!!!!!
Now since I grew up in Pueblo....I have to admit that those chiles are awesome! But I have to say....the chiles down here are swesome too! So, Hats off to both as I would eat them everyday forever!!!
Ok GF. since you have had both what taste better on a burger, the p-town or brand "X".
Brother...this is hard to decide.....I think I need you to send us down 4-5 lbs and we can have the great Green Chile Slopper taste test!
I pity the plumbing. i really do.
we will be painting the walls that night
There would be no loser...thats for sure!
After living in a horrid chilliless land for too long I would salvage every scrap, then hoard it, snapping my canines at any unfortunate to enter my dangerzone!
It getting to that time of year where the entire county smells of roasting chiles
I loved to go up to the Mesa at this time of year and smell the roasting.....now I can go across the street and smell the roasting at Walmart....heaven
I won't name any names, but it happened the other night.
A plumbing issue? Or green chile eat off?
one can lead to the other
I think I would throw it away. I know, I'm a wimp.
Waste Not. There are people on the east coast who do not have any green chile! Man, when I lived out of state, my mom-in-law sent us some. It was awesome. I swear I could have delt that stuff and quit work, people were clamering for the stuff.
I agree...the smell of roasing chile in the air is one of the reasons that fall is my favorite season of the year.