Jump to content
Hondo's Bar

amynicole

Sr. Hondonian
  • Content Count

    3,016
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    10

amynicole last won the day on August 12 2013

amynicole had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

54 Oh, you think you fancy, huh?

About amynicole

  • Rank
    i fucking changed it. everyone happy?
  • Birthday 09/13/1985

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.myspace.com/amynicolexoxo

Previous Fields

  • How the hell did you find us?
    rachael watson land
  • Spam Bot Control - trust me, this will totally work
    123456789
  • Spam Bot control 2: Spam Harder
    fleshy human
  • Name
    Amy
  • Most influential piece(s). also optional.
    The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Folletany music by Something Corporate
  1. amynicole

    Recipes

    Yum! I make Stromboli with canned pizza dough, rolled up. Kinda similar
  2. I did the same thing about that age but it was because I couldn't get the tv on the Disney channel.
  3. Um wow. And for some reason I read the title the first time as hobotastic.
  4. Beautiful. Gives me a sort of robin hood complex though, I wanna take the stingy rich kids toys and pass them out to the ones with only one little toy.
  5. amynicole

    Recipes

    No it's still soft. Thin fit soft and flaky. The recipe called it cool veggie pizza. I was surprised how filling and flavorful it was for being cold and loaded with raw veg. I'm in love!
  6. amynicole

    Recipes

    Easy, rich tasting, but light meal i just made, also super cheap! Reduced fat crescent roll dough, rolled out in one big flat sheet, seams punched closed, and baked until browned. Let cool and spread 1/2 block fat free cream cheese or nuefatchel and then cover with favorite raw diced veggies (I did broccoli, red and green bell peppers, thinly sliced carrot, and onion) and season (I did garlic, salt, black pepper, and some southwest ms dash). Doug added sliced grilled chicken to his. Yum! The buttery flavor from the cresent and the rich cheese made it more flavorful than just raw veggies.
  7. Uh no... I can cook a few mean Mexican dishes. And speak, read, and write enough to not get pushed around. And I am as white as they get. And I had a Mexican friend try to tell me that flour tortillas were made by just taking the masa and rolling it out in flour. I laughed my ass off and showed him how to make tortillas. So no, race has nothing to do with it. But my proximity to Mexico may help. While, you know, other states may not have that advantage.
  8. Fastaco beats all other fast food Mexican. Plus they are owed by chicken express so they sell their sweet tea. Mmmmm. And chicken express... Omg I'm hungry!
  9. Ah, play on words. Tres leches y dulce de leche technically. Sounds yummy though.
  10. What is the fourth type of milk used? That's interesting. The carneceria here makes the best, but I have no idea what all is in it, because they write the ingredients in English and, uh, well they left out sugar, and the filling was listed as "fruit" so I can even be sure what kind. I think strawberry?
  11. We get both tex mex and real mexican here, my town is about half Hispanic half white. Ive gone to parties where no one speaks much English and they roast a goat in the yard and the food was awesome! But I've tried stuff that I will never touch again. Cool thing is that our grocery stores sell imported products, galetas, Mexican sodas, horchata, chile dusted candy, etc. Oh and you can get homemade tres leches at any bakery pretty much. I'd kill for a good piece of tres leches.
  12. Oh yeah baytor I know what you mean. I can't stand Mexican food from other places. I tried getting good Mexican in Cali and new York. Both were a bad idea.
  13. I've eaten at restaurants in various places in Mexico, both tourist and not.
  14. You silly people referring to those ingredients as "meat" and "cheese".
  15. Ugh I hate taco bell with a passion! Nasty!
×
×
  • Create New...