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    What is Picadillo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChloroformCasey View Post
    What is Picadillo?

    It's ground beef, onions, olives, peppers, wine and other seasonings that you put on white rice.
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    So basically a Cuban version of sloppy Joes. Sounds good, I never would have thought to use olives, but now that I heard of it, it sounds fucking delicious.
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    Basically, but not as much tomato sauce.
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    ^^^^I love plantanos maduros - SHELLEE have you tried those? Plantains cooked in condensed milk with chocolate sprinkles.

    I used to make Cuban food a lot when I lived with my last ex. No one to cook for now, and a lot of it I can't eat. I could probably make picadillo though. FYI, the Brazilian version is picadihno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post

    It's ground beef, onions, olives, peppers, wine and other seasonings that you put on white rice.
    Damn, that looks super yummy. Ill have to look it up on pintrest and give it a try.

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    I'm Mexican, and the picadillo my mom would make when I was a kid was made of shredded beef and had potatos; it's my understanding people will sometimes use the leftover beef from Mexican beef stew so it won't go to waste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    ^^^^I love plantanos maduros - SHELLEE have you tried those? Plantains cooked in condensed milk with chocolate sprinkles.

    I used to make Cuban food a lot when I lived with my last ex. No one to cook for now, and a lot of it I can't eat. I could probably make picadillo though. FYI, the Brazilian version is picadihno.
    Omg, sounds delightful
    Quote Originally Posted by Moongirl View Post
    I'm Mexican, and the picadillo my mom would make when I was a kid was made of shredded beef and had potatos; it's my understanding people will sometimes use the leftover beef from Mexican beef stew so it won't go to waste.
    Shredded beef like that is called ropa viejo (old man clothes lol). Picadillo does have potatoes too, depending on who makes it. Some also add raisins which I no like.
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    ^^^Raisins are an acquired taste in savory dishes.
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    I love raisins in savoury dishes. As a kid I loved when my mother would mix raisins into the meatloaf. Now I add them to grape leaves or rice dishes.

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    $95 dollar a pound Spanish ham! (I didn't pay for it, my BiL did.....). It was pretty good.
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    ^^^Why is it so expensive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    ^^^Why is it so expensive?
    I'm trying to figure that out, too. We got it at Wegman's. The next most expensive ham is $15 a pounds. It's Fermin Iberico de Bellota. It's a pig that feeds exclusively on fallen acorns and the meat is cured for 2-3 years.

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    The only thing I know about Cuban food is fried plantains, dirty rice and beans. Yum !
    I have an old recipe from the Inquirer back in the day that is savory and has raisins. It belongs to one of the heyday celebs.
    Been years since I've made it, I think it goes like this.....chopped onions and celery,saute til onions are clear. Add rice, stir a bit til a bit brown then chicken stock, raisins, and peanuts. Take off heat and cover til ready.


    I'm currently eating leftover Cavoletti pizza ( brusssel sprouts, prosciutto crisps, Gorgonzola cheese, dates, walnuts, honey) and Napoli salad from Famaso Pizzeria

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    I just had Puerto Rican style corned beef with a little bit of white rice. It's similar to the Picadillo above but uses a can of corned beef rather than ground.
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