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I see two different glasses of white wine for one setting in that picture...care to eleaborate?

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lol ... Dave, the Wombet and I do like a glass of sherry as an aperitif. For us must be Spanish Jerez, Fino or Manzanilla, served cold, usually Tio Pepe Palomino. On that particular occasion I simply hadn't finished my glass but poured some wine for the photo op.
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Re: The Two Pot Cook Off

Figured I'd bring this one back from the dead. Tenderloin.
Dock Six Chronicles: Two Burner Tastiness: Tossed Greens and Tenderloin

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Nice to see this old crockpot resurrected. Hopefully we'll be back on board in a couple of weeks and giving the old two burner what for.
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Re: The Two Pot Cook Off

Not being a gourmand in any sense of the word, I tend to stay simple, easy and minimum clean up.

Brown off a pound of ground in a 10" saute pan and drain the fat. Mix up an 8oz can of tomato sauce (in a plastic cup) with ground clove, cayenne pepper, chili powder, garlic salt, crushed red pepper, tabasco, and Worcestershire sauce and blend into meat. Let simmer. Wrap 10" tortillas in tin foil and heat in oven. Fill tortillas, fold over and cover with shredded lettuce, sliced onion, shredded cheese of choice and desired heat of picante sauce. Makes four.
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