RDJ-- Macaroni Chili, 03-07-00
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Mar 07, 2000 02:40 PST
Volume 3 Number 57
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2 pounds lean ground beef
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 (28 oz) can tomatoes
4 cups tomato juice
2 cups onions -- chopped
3 cloves garlic -- minced
4 teaspoons salt -- or less to taste
2 tablespoons chili powder
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 teaspoon ground oregano
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 each bay leaf
1 (15 oz) can red kidney beans -- drained
1 cup sweet pickle -- chopped
2 cups elbow macaroni -- uncooked
In large pan or Dutch oven brown beef in oil, stirring frequently. Add
tomatoes, tomato juice, onion, garlic, 4 teaspoons salt (or less to taste),
and remaining seasonings. Simmer, covered, one hour; stir once or twice. Add
kidney beans and pickles. Uncover; cook 30 minutes longer, stirring
occasionally. Remove bay leaf. Cook macaroni according to package
directions; drain; combine with chili. Serve in bowls. Yield: 8 servings.
Per serving: 665 Calories (kcal); 30g Total Fat; (40% calories from fat);
36g Protein; 64g Carbohydrate; 85mg Cholesterol; 1816mg Sodium
Food Exchanges: 3 Grain(Starch); 4 Lean Meat; 2 1/2 Vegetable; 0 Fruit; 4
Fat; 1/2 Other Carbohydrates
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It would seem at a time when technological marvels constantly accost us from
all directions, that it would not prove difficult to find a comfortable pair
of wire-rimmed eyeglasses. Seriously, well-engineered eyeglasses that do not
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If technology can produce eyeglasses that can be twisted around your finger
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ugly impressions permanently imbedded on soft facial tissues? For a long
time I though it was just me, but I’ve begun noticing other folks’ grooves
when they remove their eyeglasses for a hasty cleaning. (Grooves vary from
person to person, depending on how long they’ve tolerated the affliction.) I
then usually open a snappy conversation with a statement something like:
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To all wire-rimmed eyeglass wearers of the world: you are not alone!
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Rich’s Note: I’ve mentioned before that Susan does public relations,
promotions, and publicity for Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey when
they come to town each year. One year they sent an advance magician. Susan
had to set up and escort him to various schools and activities to promote
the circus as well as the Reading Is Fundamental program for a few weeks
before the circus arrived. The magician had a trained rabbit. The rabbit’s
only trick was to bow its head, put its front paws together, and rapidly
move its lips as if praying. The magician got called out of town
unexpectedly and asked us to take care of his rabbit. Now I should mention
that at this time we had a dog named Kubla, short for Kubla Khan. We always
expected to get a second dog and call it Ollie (think about it: Kubla Khan
and Ollie). Kubla was half Dalmation and half Afgan, which meant that she
had long, long legs. Standing on her hind legs, Kubla was almost as tall as
Susan. The magician dropped off his rabbit and we put the cage up on top of
the hutch (no pun intended) in the dining room. A little later we put some
food in Kubla’s dish and called her. She didn’t come, so we went looking. We
found her in the dining room, standing on her hind legs, front paws and
snout just at the top of the hutch, sniffing and looking hungrily at the
rabbit. You guessed it: the rabbit sat with its front paws together, head
bent, eyes closed, mumbling a prayer as fast as its little lips would move.
We moved the cage to an even higher location. Prayers answered. . .for the
rabbit, not for the dog.
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