ya and Alaska pays people to live there and there's still no one there. Just kidding. Half of my household is from Alaska and I've heard em all. Oh, chilly, I get it. hee heewell, since i dont live in a puny state like texas, but instead the great land of alaska, i am not so worried about what they feel are hanging words. ;-P
Ya know that alaska is so big they could devide it in half and make texas the 3rd largest state
I learned a lesson from chili that anything tastes good with garlic and hot peppers on it. This has been a real life saver. Eating veggies like broccoli and cauliflower was a big problem for me until I learned to lightly coat them in oil, sprinkle with garlic, chili powder, and black pepper, then bake them on a baking sheet at 450 for 45 minutes. Now they're caramelized, sweet, and delicious. Garlicky and spicy too. Thank goodness garlic and hot peppers are low carb!Congratulations! And I agree.. there are so many ways to make chili, and I haven't found one I haven't liked yet
I used to say I could eat anything that was covered w/ a mushroom/wine sauce - until my sister asked if I like kidneys. Uh, I dunno. They would be prepared with wine and mushrooms. Okay!. . . anyone have other improvements to add to the list?!