Once dry I will pat and chop then freeze again for soup... best bet for it's too gross for things like fried rice. 8-)
I have ends and other bit of bread in bags in my freezer to me croutons and use for stuffing. Which I will make next week. No matter what the celery looks like. 8-)
The bread is not egg bread. It's in the freezer and I will have part of it for Thanksgiving. Save the rest for Xmas. Now that I have an Apple pie and a pumpkin pie I will save the apple for Xmas. and New Years. my b'day, all 3 are on friday this year.
The 4 avocados are all ripe so that I used two today for Avocado bagels and will use two or three for dip the last for avocado toast tomorrow.
Well, the freezer and the Icebox are both full. So I won't buy anything till December from Schwans. As for Imperfect foods I need romas, bagels and 12 pounds of ground Bison which Boy loves. So I will try some bison and if it doesn't suit, the leftover can be given to Boy.
I bought a bag os Southern Biscuits but I forgot they have a different flavor then normal biscuits. They are very floury. Even with butter or peanut butter they taste like glue. LOl
All the Swedes and Norwegians that settled in Canada slowly made their way down the middle of the US... ending up in Texas.
The aftermath is foods that have recipes from the original countries go-mingled with each other as well as foods from Mexico, and Southern US. Calif foods are just showing up in the last few decades. But even those recipes in fast foods have been added or changed. The more southern you go the more obvious the changes. This has been my experience since I was first in TX in for 7 months in 1966, again in 1993 to 2000 almost 8 years and again in 2011 to now - 9 more years. A total of
17 years +/-.
The original peoples here were Indians then Mexicans then people from elsewhere. No wonder the food is distinctive. ROFLOL and I skipped a whole bunch of steps in that list.
Ta Ta Roflol
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