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Old 08-08-2009, 10:04 AM   #21
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Hmmm...I remember it say Masa but I dont think it said Harina. It was some type of instant stuff which the recipe say to mix with warm water sorta like the strategy on Wick Fowlers.

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If it's instant it SHOULD be harina. Weird.
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Old 08-08-2009, 11:58 AM   #22
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Well aparently I never let anyone know how it turned out. Im not tsure the recipe we used cause my daughter is the tortilla queen now. They turned out really good several times. I know she uses flour and not the masa. I know - no pics = no tortillas but try tellin' her that.

Goin to Dillon today to check out the cook off in the mountains. It should be beautiful today. I cant wait and Im starvin'. Burnin Bobs butts & Bones said to stop by and he'll feed us! Most likely take him up on that.
( Bob told me hes currently leadin the rmbbqa race with 2 grand champs and a reserve followed by a few 5ths. Congrats Bob!)
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