For yesterday’s Duke game against Miami, I FaceTimed with my dad on my laptop the entire game, so that he was on the couch next to me and I was on the iPad on the couch next to him. What modern technology can do. Unfortunately even with him trying to pause it, the games were usually one or two seconds apart. It reminded me of watching the Duke/UNC game in the Dillo last year and one of the TVs was ahead and half the place would scream or cheer one second before the rest.
And because I can’t mention yesterday’s game without saying how awesome Ryan Kelly was. It was really exciting when we heard he was coming back and I knew he would make a positive impact but no idea he was going to make that impact. The White Raven has returned. (Hey rest of the team, step it up and help him.)
It doesn’t really seem like something I’d eat. But my mom kept making it and now I really like it. It’s also great because it makes a lot of leftovers that just need to be heated (and you can freeze it also).
Brown the ground beef with the onions and the vegetable oil in a giant saucepan. Drain the liquid when done. Add the rest of the ingredients. Mix. Let simmer on medium heat for an hour. (Add the beans after and heat)
I roughly halved the recipe. I bought 1.19 lbs of ground beef (half a kilo in pounds is 1.1 lbs) and 1 big can of diced tomatoes. I realized at the end however however that I had way too much meat in this. Luckily my aunt had a small can of tomato paste and so I threw that in with half of the can’s worth of water and let that simmer for ten minutes.
You know, this came out pretty good. I think I’ll add more of the spices next time.