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Old 12-30-2015, 08:50 PM   #1
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Tonight's Dinner

Asado de cerdo marinado
Marinated & grilled pork steaks

4 large pork steaks
16oz Spicy V8 juice, or any tomato juice
1/2 cup lime or lemon juice
Sea Salt
Chopped onion, any onion will work, I used dehydrated this time.
Minced Garlic
Mesquite Habenero Spice Mix
Powdered Cumin


Season steaks with dry ingredients & garlicc, add liquids, mix, marinate for 30 minutes.
Grill with a good char for that smoky flavor.
Remove from grill, wrap in foil and let rest for 10-15 minutes.
Serve whole or slice
Good with warm tortillas and either some fresh pico de gallo or guacamole





Arroz Mexicana
Mexican Rice

1lb rice
1.5 cups chopped onion
1 heaping tablespoon Minced Garlic
1.5 cups tomato puree, I use Rotel and puree in the blender
2 cups Chicken Stock
.5 cup Olive oil


In a large stock pot add olive oil, bring to high heat.
Add rice and saute till opaque
Add onion & garlic and continue to saute till rice golden brown.
Add chicken stock and tomato puree
Bring to boil, then lower heat to simmer, simmer 20 minutes +/-.







Judías verdes
Green beans

Green beans
Onion, sliced thin
Lots of minced garlic
.25 stick of butter
Olive oil, drizzel well over dish
Sea Salt
.25 cup water


Combine as pictured, microwave on high 3-5 minutes
Stir well and nuke it again for another 3-5 minutes

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Old 12-30-2015, 09:24 PM   #2
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just happen to have some fresh wild pork in the freezer.
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That looks GREAT!

Wondering though, what cut of meat is a pork steak? Deboned pork chop?

Thanks, I'll definitely try it.

Already copied all three recipes to my iBook.

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Awesome skills! Looks great
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just happen to have some fresh wild pork in the freezer.
Bring it on, got a nice roast?
I do a garlic studded, herb crusted pork roast that is said by some to be "Heavenly"
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Chili, I do my rice the exact same way except I use the el pato tomato sauce, it's pretty much the same as your puréed rotel, except a wee bit more heat, not overpowering though and may save you from cleaning the blender. Awesome looking food! I may kick your door in soon on my way to deer hunt in Washington county,alabama for supper soon! Hahah well done sir!
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Chili, I do my rice the exact same way except I use the el pato tomato sauce, it's pretty much the same as your puréed rotel, except a wee bit more heat, not overpowering though and may save you from cleaning the blender. Awesome looking food! I may kick your door in soon on my way to deer hunt in Washington county,alabama for supper soon! Hahah well done sir!
If I'm not concerned about gringo tastebuds, I use the Rotel Hot with Habenero, that puts a little kick in it.

That or get serious and break either the Ghost Pepper Powder or Hillbilly Gunpowder.
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I'm making Chile Rellenos either tomorrow or Fri... Stand-By.
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