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Wandering mendicant roommate shows up in town, so a ride and feast are in order.

Jump ahead to the feast:



That's right, chicken (not Turkey, mind) enchiladas with a tomatillo/mushroom/chipotle en dobo sauce, and more than one variety of distilled agave squeezin's.

How did we earn this cornucopia of goodness? By cranking out a ride on a perfect day up near Fort Collins.



Horsetooth Mountain Park.



Dropping off the edge of the rockies down towards...Taupeville











Caption this.





Smug satisfaction? You bet!

 

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Very nice

And the ride pics weren't too bad either. Looks like a good time. hope you both enjoyed.
 

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Excelent

Thanksgiving + Awesome Ride = total goodness

Glad you had a good turkey (or chicken) day!
 

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Caption this : A rare Stan's failure ?
 

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Good stuf there. Good Friends, Good Meal and a Good Ride. Doesn't get any better than that.

How about pm'ing me that there tomatillo/mushroom/chipotle en dobo sauce recipe so I can spread some of that love over this way? :D

Many thanks!
 

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Oh yeah...Your buddy looks like the guy who turned a wrench on my bike and built my wheels up here in Albuquerque at Fat Tire Cycles.
 

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ABQDave said:
Good stuf there. Good Friends, Good Meal and a Good Ride. Doesn't get any better than that.

How about pm'ing me that there tomatillo/mushroom/chipotle en dobo sauce recipe so I can spread some of that love over this way? :D

Many thanks!
3 tblspns Olive Oil
2 cloves garlic, chopped
4 ozs wild mushrooms
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 lb tomatillos, husked and rinsed
3 chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
1 tblspn of sauce from above
1 tblspn lime juice
1/4 tspn sugar

Heat oil, sautee garlic for 2 minutes, remove. season mushrooms w/ salt and pepper, sautee until tender, set aside.
In a big skillet, dry-roast tomatillos over med-high heat for 20 mins, until browned all over. Transfer everything to a food processor, add chipotles and adobo sauce and pulse until smooth. Let cool, stir in lime juice and sugar. Thin with water if needed.

(Also you can wait on the addition of the mushrooms until after everything has been blended if you desire a chunkier texture)

This can be ladled over pretty much anything.
 

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Perhaps a slightly different perspective:






CAPTION: Alright, who put this in here?


ABQDave said:
Oh yeah...Your buddy looks like the guy who turned a wrench on my bike and built my wheels up here in Albuquerque at Fat Tire Cycles.
Excellent, something for the "qualifications" line on my application.
 

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3 tblspns Olive Oil
2 cloves garlic, chopped
4 ozs wild mushrooms
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 lb tomatillos, husked and rinsed
3 chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
1 tblspn of sauce from above
1 tblspn lime juice
1/4 tspn sugar

Heat oil, sautee garlic for 2 minutes, remove. season mushrooms w/ salt and pepper, sautee until tender, set aside.
In a big skillet, dry-roast tomatillos over med-high heat for 20 mins, until browned all over. Transfer everything to a food processor, add chipotles and adobo sauce and pulse until smooth. Let cool, stir in lime juice and sugar. Thin with water if needed.

(Also you can wait on the addition of the mushrooms until after everything has been blended if you desire a chunkier texture)

This can be ladled over pretty much anything.
Excellent. I'm going to make this and put it on some left over turkey.

Thanks a bunch.
 

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Anthony, kickass thread. I don't know if it's vaseline on the lens or what, but all your photos look incredibly inviting. Hmmm. It's very probable that there's a better way to word that. Anyway. Looks like a thanksgiving well spent. I discovered that if you pour Mead into a shallow brownie pan, sprinkle cinnamon, orange and a little nutmeg on there, & heat it up on the cooktop, you get a concoction that invariably means you'll be too drunk to ride the bike you brought along to escape the family. Well, there you have it. Thanks for the pixels!
 

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flyingsuperpetis said:
Anthony, kickass thread. I don't know if it's vaseline on the lens or what, but all your photos look incredibly inviting. Hmmm. It's very probable that there's a better way to word that. Anyway. Looks like a thanksgiving well spent. I discovered that if you pour Mead into a shallow brownie pan, sprinkle cinnamon, orange and a little nutmeg on there, & heat it up on the cooktop, you get a concoction that invariably means you'll be too drunk to ride the bike you brought along to escape the family. Well, there you have it. Thanks for the pixels!
Thanks, I'll have to try that recipie sometime.

Here's the official version:

http://www.anthonysloan.com/horsetooth1.html
 
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