Joni decided that tonight would be a good night for fajitas. The following recipe was deployed in the test kitchen for testing purposes. Before using this recipe, please consider that this recipe is still in beta at version 0.10.
1 whole onions,
6 garlic cloves,
1 tablespoons salt,
2 bunches worth of finely chopped cilantro,
1 cups of distilled vinegar, and
102 ounces of peeled whole tomatoes (without juice).
This recipe yielded about 7 quarts of glorious salsa.
Basic Salsa Preparation Instructions
Make sure you have all of the ingredients and about three hours of free time to complete the cooking process. This batch included the use of a food processor.
In multiple food processor batches combine the diced pepper mixture with a chopped up onion and the garlic in a large mixing bowl.
Use the food processor to process the peeled whole tomatoes and store them in a separate mixing bowl. In the tomato-mixing bowl, pour one cup of distilled vinegar, two tablespoons of salt, and about half a cup of finely chopped cilantro.
Bring all the ingredients for the salsa to a boil for about an hour or simmer the salsa for two hours.
Of course, the salsa has to be canned, refrigerated, and stored for about a day before it is ready for consumption. Some people do not boil the salsa and just can the salsa cold, but I have found that it never has exactly the right taste without proper boiling or simmering.
Joni built a time-based matrix for the preparation, heating, and storage of a complete and total Thanksgiving feast. During dinner, it will probably seem like a good idea to pop the cork on a bottle of properly aged cabernet sauvignon. Within the cabernet sauvignon varietal of wine, I have a strong preference for an aging process of at least 4 years. A good bottle of wine tends to spark my epicurean curiosities and satisfy my cravings for new adventures.
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The Microsoft Corporation has started to offer some discounts (and or price breaks) on Office 2010 software bundles. Microsoft should probably develop a more complete timeline for software releases to better assist consumers with the decision making process.
After a full day of training, I voted. I purchased two tacos, rice, and beans from a local restaurant for dinner. I am done for the day. I do not intend to do anything substantial for at least 12 hours. In other nonrelated news, no shave November seems to be a passing event. Most of the people who talked about taking action seemed to shy away from the challenge. Maybe no shave November will provide the perfect excuse to grow a winter beard. Speaking of taking action; this week a regular National Football League game defeated a pivotal World Series game in television ratings. Who would have guessed that the World Series would falter? Without question, the NFL now represents the predominant American sport. Baseball might make a comeback, but that reality seems to be an illusory desire of a fallen dream.
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