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Old 06-26-12, 10:09 PM   #1
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Unusual but good recipes?

Someone asked if I had ever had fried banana. I hadn't ever heard of it, so got the demonstration. Just lightly fried in butter until it changed color and turned a bit translucent. Was it ever good, and totally unexpected.

That's one I wouldn't have thought of in a million years. Any others?

I happen to like hot stuff and have been going through a lot of chili powder lately. I took a heaping teaspoon, added a nice olive oil and seasoning salt, and really enjoyed that one too, but it is a bit quirky.

I didn't put it on anything. I just enjoy eating it straight lately.

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Old 06-27-12, 07:09 PM   #2
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Sweet potatoes and chipotle peppers - the canned peppers in sauce. You'll thank me later.
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