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Calltime2012—- It’s been a tradition to Colegio de San Juan de Letran’s iComm to celebrate calltime every end of the 1st semester. Every year the icomm department shall attend this event, if you’re not gonna attend the event you’ll be INC or worse fail in our major subjects. :-| The calltime2012…
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Yay! Let me introduce you my new baby dog!!! Baby Ringo. :”> so lucky to have him! Such a cutie🐶❤👍😘 #newbabydog #dog #japanesespitz #baby #doglover #dogaddict #dogatheart (at Deca Homes Marilao Bulacan)
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About a Girl: Anna Zanovello shot by Clare Shilland for Lula #15, Fall/Winter 2012
Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache
This is so delicious! It’s cheesy and bubbly and just spicy enough for breakfast. I love Chili Eggs! In Chicago we used to get a similar dish at a place where they called them “Red Eggs” No matter what you call it, Ancho chili sauce with eggs and tortillas is a delicious way to start off the day. Here’s how to make this easy and delicious breakfast:
Cut one red bell pepper in half and remove the stem and seeds. Turn the broiler on to high and char the skin of the pepper. Place the pepper halves in a bowl and cover with a plate to steam. This makes it easy to peel.
In a skillet, saute 1 small chopped onion. Add 1 or 2 stalks celery, minced. Season with salt and pepper. Once the veggies cook down a bit add about 2 tblsp tomato paste (I keep the kind in a tube in the deli drawer of my fridge for recipies like this one) and 1 cup chicken or veggie stock. Season with fresh chopped cilantro, 1 tsp Ancho Chili powder, 1/2 tsp smoked paprika, celery salt and pepper. You could also add a little cumin, but I wasn’t in a cuminy mood when I made this.
Simmer to thicken the sauce. Add the peeled and chopped pepper. If you’re feeding a lot of hungry people, or if you make this for dinner, you could add rinsed and drained black or pinto beans at this stage, along with more tomato paste and stock.
Once the sauce is bubbly and hot and the vegetables are cooked, about 5-10 minutes, scoot the veggies to the side a bit creating little wells, and crack two or more eggs into the sauce. Let it simmer to cook the eggs. Top with some cheddar cheese and pop in the broiler for a minute, being careful not to overcook the yolks like I did.
Crisp some tortillas in a pan with oil, or toast them in the broiler with olive oil spray. Serve the eggs and sauce over the crispy tortillas, garnish with fresh chopped cilantro or flat leaf parsley. Yum!