Friday, October 12, 2012

Fiesta Fall And Anaheim Chili's...

Fresh picked Anaheim Chili's



Breakfast For My Man
Autumn time means: Green Chili's!!
We go to one of the many farms in our area and we purchase
around 2 to 4 bushels.
They roast them in a huge rolling roaster bin,
and the fragrance is so unique, it makes your mouth water.
We bring them home with a 10lb. Bag of fresh pinto beans.
Now we put them up by placing them in freezer bags,
Maybe 7 per bag.
  Then put about 5 bags together in another gallon size bag.
We put them in a box and place them in our big freezer. 
I like to put these in casseroles, and in my salsa.
I also make chili rellonos.
My hubby likes them in his omelets.
Now the pinto beans are the most delicious tasting beans ever,
You just rinse and soak them overnight,
Then you put in your crock pot and cover with water 2-3in.
Add a TB. Butter (no salt)

Cook most the day till tender,
 Then now add salt, cumin spice and garlic salt.
After you have had some with your dinner,
 Place extra beans in bags or tubs and freeze.
Learning to buy while in season or on sale and putting back will
save you time and money.

In the house of the wise are stores of choice food
and oil, but a foolish man devours all he has.
Proverbs21:20

Blessings, Roxy

3 comments:

  1. Danny's omelet looks wonderful. Those chili's seem strangely familiar... I think I just had a dream about them last night. He He.

    Chili season is such a cozy happy season I think. Wonderful smells, tastes and memories.

    I also posted a little comment on Ashley's birthday post... I didn't want you to miss it.

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  2. Love how you keep up this tradition too Roxy! Now you are making me hungry and extra homesick! :D I love your casseroles by the way :)

    Miss you!!!

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  3. That looks so good! I sure wish I could have me some chilis or a bit of your casserole!Yum!! Sure do miss the chili season!

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