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Nominations for March 2013 Dish/Ingredient of the Month

With only 10 more days in the month of February, it's tme to start thinking and nominating the next dish or ingredient upon which to focus during the month of March.

Nominations will be open through Feb 22nd.

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      1. re: Island

        Personally, I prefer noodles to rice and can fully endorse this suggestion, while nevertheless holding that RICE is the better choice. This position is neither double think nor cognitive dissonance, but rather a complex human response characterized by ambivalence in the face of limited time.

                1. re: Fake Name

                  I think your vote should count double given your valiant efforts at CR.

                  1. re: ipsedixit

                    Thank you.

                    I've always disliked CRs and was trying to open my arms to new culinary experiences. And I did. Not good ones, but I did have experiences.

                    1. re: ipsedixit

                      + 1. And I also C.A.B. so I finally have an excuse to try Super Sergio's.

                    2. re: Fake Name

                      Is you nom strictly for the carne asada burrito, or can we include carne asada (plain, no burrito, not taco, just the meat) as well?

                      We have so many markets selling carne asada meat (marinated or not) I just want it to be clear whether people can go there or not.

                      Thx.

                      1. re: DiningDiva

                        C.A.B or Carne Asada Burrito, or, to be sure I'll qualify, CARNE ASADA BURRITO is my suggestion because it sports carne asada in a specific application.

                        By suggesting the application-specific dish, I've narrowed the myriad of possibilities, angles, option, alternatives, etc, thus simplifying (no- distilling!) the process and concentrating the efforts of Chowhounds to discover nirvana.

                        It is, of course, a suggestion. I completely understand why others would choose a more wholesome, nutritious, healthy, sophisticated and less controversial option.

                        1. re: Fake Name

                          Doesn't the CAB have all the 5 basic nutritional food groups, noted on the FDA pyramid, in it?

                          1. re: cstr

                            Well, carbohydrate, protein, vegetables, fat, dairy. I'm saying yes. It's practically healthy.

                          2. re: Fake Name

                            Chill Pill...just makin' sure we're all on the same page.

                            1. re: DiningDiva

                              Not being nasty- shoulda putta ; ) at the end of that.