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  1. #1
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    Default Chips, Salsa, and Tostadas for Dinner

    Did some homemade chips, salsa, and tostadas for dinner.

    Don't laugh tooooo much, I'm actually in this video.




    chips and salsa


    little better shot of the salsa


    tostada


    little better pic of the tostada

    Thanks for lookin'.
    Jim

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    Looks great! Oh also I did your breakfast pie in a dutchoven at the National dog it was a big hit. Actually we did two.
    Oscar

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    As usual Jim you done a great job. Even went to the troubles of a youtube video. Great job - but I do believe I caught you sneaking some of that cheese for the cook

    You kind of remind me of Mr. Food ...

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    Jim,
    Thanks for all the posts and videos.I really enjoy your threads.


    Good looking Tostada's
    Paul

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    Thanks guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzards Roost View Post
    Looks great! Oh also I did your breakfast pie in a dutchoven at the National dog it was a big hit. Actually we did two.
    Glad you liked them. I bet they were really good done in a Dutchoven.

    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    As usual Jim you done a great job. Even went to the troubles of a youtube video. Great job - but I do believe I caught you sneaking some of that cheese for the cook

    You kind of remind me of Mr. Food ...

    I thought I edited that out.

    I wish I had his money. I need one of those hats. I keep getting a glare in the pictures from the reflection of the top of my head.
    Jim

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    Are you a one man show or did you recruit Pam to be your audio visual technician?
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    Quote Originally Posted by californiasmokin View Post
    Are you a one man show or did you recruit Pam to be your audio visual technician?
    Just a one-man-show.

    I have to put a gag on Pam and set her on the couch in the other room when I do these. Other wise all you would here on the video is her laughing and making comments to try and mess me up.

    And I do a good enough job of messing up on them all by myself.
    Jim

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    Dang, Jim. You're one handsome lookin' feller! I really enjoyed that. Like Paul, I enjoy your posts.

    You might have started a new trend with posting videos. Lawdy, I hope Al doesn't read this thread.
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    You did a great job!! The tostada looks mighty tasty!
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    I can't see the vid, just a blank white square.

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