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Baked chicken, rice and gravy, and peas for dinner last evening! I was going to try and make biscuits, but, thanks to the power outage caused by an electrical storm in the area the oven needed to remain closed to keep the heat in and finish baking the chicken. 

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13 hours ago, HappyChristian said:

My brother is making dinner tonight. Elk chili. It smells SO nummy. Problem is I can't have any - stomach issues acting up and I can't take a chance with the wedding being Friday. The spices are actually upsetting my stomach. lol...that tells me it is gonna taste great!

HC, like you. my stomach wouldn't take all that hot stuff and tomato. too acidy for me. That, and unlike most people, I don't like chili. It seems to me that most people that like chili will always say how good it is by how hot it is.

At church we have a chili cook off once per year and a bit of a contest to see who made the best chili, invariably it is the hottest.

I would think that flavor would be the determining factor, but over the years ii just seems to me that spicy-hot is most peoples determining factor. But, what do I know? The guy that doesn't even like it.

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4 minutes ago, Jim_Alaska said:

HC, like you. my stomach wouldn't take all that hot stuff and tomato. too acidy for me. That, and unlike most people, I don't like chili. It seems to me that most people that like chili will always say how good it is by how hot it is.

At church we have a chili cook off once per year and a bit of a contest to see who made the best chili, invariably it is the hottest.

I would think that flavor would be the determining factor, but over the years ii just seems to me that spicy-hot is most peoples determining factor. But, what do I know? The guy that doesn't even like it.

I do love the flavor of it, though. And I like spicy, but the older I get the more I lean toward the flavor, especially since I can't handle the spice and tomato. Ugh, getting old is not for sissies! lol. My brother said it wasn't spicy, but both my mom and hubs said it was. Hubs had two bowls, though, so it had to be tasty.

We have a Chili and a Movie afternoon on the Sunday after New Year's Day. There are usually several pots of chili from which to sample and it ranges from the mildest to quite spicy (our son and another man in the church LOVE ghost peppers...). We did a competition the first year, but since then have just had the chili dinner.

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Tonight, since it's still 97 degrees here (heat index 112), we're having sandwiches, chips, and pork and beans. I'm not going to heat up the oven for anything. We had meatloaf last night, with green beans, and field peas, and then chocolate ice cream for dessert. Bailey got a raspberry flavored popsicle. 🙂 He loves anything that's icy! 

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Me, too, @Jim_Alaska Vivian said something about me making a macaroni salad today. I will probably do just that. It's going to be another 95+ degree day....Thankfully, tomorrow is supposed to be a bit cooler, somewhere in the mid 80s. We're facing some severe storms here this afternoon, so I'll probably make the macaroni salad this morning. At 2 AM, when we got up, it was still 81 degrees. It's 76 now w/ 94% humidity. 

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I totally understand about not feeling well HappyChristian. It was overly hot again today, but a severe thunderstom rolled through and it relieved us of the heat for about two hours. Now it's back up to 90 with 60% humidity. I felt sorry for our pastor, who had come out to mow our lawn since I no longer a able to do so. I took him a gatorade before he got his weed eater. So, we're going to once again have sandwiches (sarnies)  as some of my friends from the UK call them. My wife didn't want me to cook. She gets like that sometimes and just wants sandwiches or soup. It's almost five o'clock here, and she's just now leaving work over an hour away. 65+ miles one way, so an hour to two hours depending on the traffic. 

 

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Tonight we'll be having hot dogs, pork & beans, and potato chips. This is one of my wife's longer days where she usually doesn't get home until after 6:30 pm. We'll probably finish up with an ice cream sandwich. Bailey, of course, will be getting his daily popsicle. He loves these on the really hot days. 🙂

 

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