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¿Necesita ser rescatado de la cárcel? Somos un hombre de bonos bilingüe en Carolina del Sur, con licencia y vinculado para ayudarlo a salir. 10% Servicio y planes de pago disponibles.
Ubicados en Clemson, Carolina del Sur, estamos disponibles las 24 horas del día, durante todo el año. Llámenos en cualquier momento al número de teléfono celular mencionado anteriormente. Damos servicio a todo el norte del estado de Carolina del Sur
Living near a watershed and Lake Hartwell and Seneca River provides ample opprotunity for critters and the like to wonder into my neighborhood, which is an absolute delight. The flora and fauna is also quite stunning!
Some of these items were seen as I enjoyed a walk around the neighborhood and some things ended up on my porch, willingly to hang out with me! Life is always interesting.
The ingredients were all already in my house (I grocery shop only twice a month) and are all affordably priced from my local Aldi’s grocery store (except the spice jars, which I got at the local Dollar Tree or at Aldi’s)
1 pound ground turkey, frozen
1 small can of tomato sauce
1 large can of crushed tomatoes
1 can each of chili beans, great nothern beans, black beans (don’t drain)
1 tablespoon each of cumin, chili powder, parsley
Salt and Pepper
2 small purple onions, chopped up
2 jalepenos, chopped up
1 medium green bell pepper, small chunked chopped
Brown the turkey in the pot, add all the fresh vegetables to simmer while the meat finishes to cook.
Add all the spices and canned goods, simmer for 45 minutes to let it all “melt” together.
Can be topped with sour cream, shredded cheddar or my favorite, served with homemade cinnamon rolls