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    My secret Green Chile Stew..on the stove now!.Chile from NM, family tradition recipe! ~Hot~..perfect for this nice weather! If work is cancelled tomorrow for me, I will post and you can come have some!...

    Bike content--absolutely none!


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    Yummy...I can feel the sweat dripping off my forehead already.

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    Had the red stuff tonight... Perfect weather for it.

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    Man that looks good

    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    My secret Green Chile Stew..on the stove now!.Chile from NM, family tradition recipe! ~Hot~..perfect for this nice weather! If work is cancelled tomorrow for me, I will post and you can come have some!...
    Definitely hook us up with the recipe. I'm all over it. I just told my wife this morning that this is chile weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman

    I have the EXACT same stove.....Maybe Whirlpool made more than 1.

    The spooky thing is that my wife cooked up a mean pot of chili, although not green, last night on our stove.

    Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.

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    Nice looking pot of green, yum may!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub
    I have the EXACT same stove.....Maybe Whirlpool made more than 1.

    The spooky thing is that my wife cooked up a mean pot of chili, although not green, last night on our stove.

    Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
    We make a lot of it around my house too. Here is a short movie that has a little bike and chile in it. It's the greenguy.mov file. BTW it's 7MB

    http://www.mateoleyba.com/movies

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    Not knocking your chili, it looks killer, but I cannot help but wonder what type of gastro-intestinal carnage might ensue the morning after partaking in such a feast, right about the time I have finished my traditional Mason jar full of coffee perhaps - about 20 minutes into my 40 minute commute.

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    Morning after

    Quote Originally Posted by s1ngletrack
    Not knocking your chili, it looks killer, but I cannot help but wonder what type of gastro-intestinal carnage might ensue the morning after partaking in such a feast
    I think that the medical term for the morning after symptom is "Ringsting".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2farfwd
    I think that the medical term for the morning after symptom is "Ringsting".
    I think you have that backwards, I've always heard it as "sting-ring", as in "That chili gave me a serious case of the sting-ring!"

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    Nope

    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    I think you have that backwards, I've always heard it as "sting-ring", as in "That chili gave me a serious case of the sting-ring!"
    I think the noun usually comes before the verb in the english language. Noun=Ring Verb=Sting. But then again what do I know. Either way it hurts

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    That looks delicious

    I can live off of green chile. mmmm

    Oh, and it's fire hoop, btw.

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