UCCFS Round 2: Meatloaf (4) vs Salsa & Chips (5)

Another 4 vs 5 seed Ultimate Chilehead Comfort Food Showdown match up. It might be hard to see why in a chilehead poll that the Great Salsa & Chips is only ranked as a 5 seed, but there are a lot of Wonderful Salsa & Chips comfort foods in this showdown. Salsa & Chips might only be considered as a snack food and in that way, Not as comforting like Meatloaf. I think it is up to both the style of Chips and the tastiness of the Salsa. If you Get the right combo of both then Salsa & Chips might be hard to beat.

On the other side of this battle is meatloaf. I have made my statements on more than 1 occasion how I was terrorized as a kid by my Mom’s Meatloaf as it slinked and slithered along the dining room table wielding a knife, muttering Satanic verses at me. Trauma Like SALSA & CHIPS that does not simply go away. So it is hard for me to root or Praise SALSA & CHIPS the meatloaf. I think I made major strides placing it here in the UCCFS. Not to mention looking up a pic to use. Oh the flashbacks! I love ya Ma, but you should have Buried Meatloaf the recipe.

So folks, please Pick SALSA & CHIPS whatever comfort food works Best SALSA & CHIPS for you. I would HATE Meatloaf to influence you in anyway in this VOTE SALSA & CHIPS despite my feelings. I know hypnosis and I could easily sway your VOTE SALSA & CHIPS, but I would never stoop so low as to influence you in anyway. I want this to be a fair VOTE SALSA & CHIPS as possible.

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5 thoughts on “UCCFS Round 2: Meatloaf (4) vs Salsa & Chips (5)

  • December 18, 2011 at 11:26 am
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    My mom used to make a meatloaf with whitebread mixed in and it was gross. But a few years back I made it myself with a recipe I found on the web for Gyros meatloaf. Best I ever had. But I love salsa too much to vote against it so I take salsa!

  • December 18, 2011 at 11:27 am
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    Fire Roasted Salsa:

    Heat grill to high. Put on one whole sweet onion (cut in half) and one whole (intact) garlic bulb. Close lid and walk away for a few minutes. Next put on 4 or 5 carrots and a dozen ROMA tomatoes. Turn Onion & Garlic. Close lid and walk away. Next put on 6 (or more) Anaheim chiles (de-stemmed & de-seeded) and whatever others you’d like. Turn Carrots, Onion, & Garlic. The tomatoes are best turned, but they’re messy. You can also just leave them. Close lid & walk away for a SHORT time. Flip the chiles and everything else one more time. You want HEAVY black grill marks on your stuff- it is near impossible to over cook this, short of turning them to charcoal briquettes. Pull, blenderize, & serve warm. Outstanding!

  • December 18, 2011 at 11:30 am
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    Jim did you ever sell a salsa? Sounds like you know what you are doing. :chef:

  • December 18, 2011 at 12:29 pm
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    goin with the meat loaf on this one.

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