fake names lead to his real identity
The Seattle Seahawks are in the playoffs and that means parties with plenty of football food.
Diana Dillard, a culinary instructor at Shorewood High School in Shoreline, has some healthy recipes that will add to the festivities rather than your waistline.
This quick and easy party dish is lower in fat that the traditional version, but just as tasty. Since nearly everything comes in a bag or a can, it can be prepared in just a few minutes. The ring shaped dip surrounds chips in the center of the plate.
1 (16 oz) can Fat free refried beans
1 1/4 cup Shredded Reduced Fat Mexican Cheese Blendor Cheddar (from 8 ounce bag)
1 (12 oz) bag Multigrain, whole grain, or corn tortilla chips
1/2 cup Reduced fat sour cream
1 2 Tbsp Chopped fresh cilantro leaves
In a small bowl, stir together the beans and salsa. On a large microwave safe dinner plate, spread out the bean/salsa mixture in a large ring, leaving clear about a 4 inch circle in the center of the plate where the chips will go later. Sprinkle 1/2 cup of the cheese on the beans/salsa mixture.
Microwave on high for 2 minutes. Remove the plate from the microwave, pile the chips in the center of the plate, and sprinkle the remaining 3/4 cup cheese over the chips and bean/salsa mixture. Microwave on high for 1 2 minutes.
Top the bean/salsa mixture with tomatoes, sour cream, and cilantro. Serve hot with remaining chips on the side. Dip can be spooned onto chips, or chips can be used as scoops.
Optional ingredients to add along with the tomatoes: roasted corn, canned chopped green chilies, chopped green onion, black beans, filltrustid and/or chopped avocado.
Slice the tortillas in half and then into inch strips.
Heat cup of canola oil in a shallow pan and when oil is hot add half of tortillas strips and gently move them around with a slotted spoon until tortillas are lightly browned. Remove from oil and place onto a paper towel lined plate to absorb excess oil. Repeat with the rest of tortillas and sprinkle with salt. Set aside. Discard oil when cool.
Heat up large saut pan and add 1 Tablespoon of canola oil. Add diced chicken to hot pan and sprinkle with salt and pepper. When chicken is browned but not cooked through remove it from pan and set aside.
Add diced onion to hot pan. (Add a little more oil at this point if needed.) Cook onion stirring constantly for 2 3 minutes. Add garlic, stir a couple of times and then add Ranch Seasoning Mix, chopped green chilies, cumin and oregano. Stir a few more times and then add chicken broth, milk and hominy.
Bring to a simmer and continue to simmer uncovered for 5 minutes. Taste for seasoning and add salt and/or pepper if desired. Add partially cooked chicken and simmer for a couple of minutes until chicken is cooked through.
Place chili into warm bowls. Top with desired toppings and sprinkle with cooked tortilla strips.
Optional Toppings; Cilantro, Low Fat Shredded Cheese, Low Fat Sour Cream, Sliced Red Pepper, Lime WedgesKing County detectives say Jason Arnold was booked into the SCORE jail in Des Moines on Tuesday.
Kent police say Arnold was sitting in a car at a motel on Pacific Highway with a punch tool in his lap when officers walked up on him. He gave multiple fake names and was arrested for making false statements and for the punch. fake ids When Arnold was booked, he had multiple prepaid credit cards in other people names. Officers say it got interesting at the jail because he refused to give his prints. They ran variations of his names and date of births he gave through a law enforcement database and found his name. After officers told him they knew his name, Arnold said that he was on the run because he was to prison for a long time because he was on Washington Most Wanted. IN KING COUNTY Jan. 17, 2014 on tight to your ID and keep an eye on your mailbox too as long as this escaped inmate on the run.
Federal Way police caught Jason Arnold trying to bust into a condo complex with bolt cutters last May.
He also had a backpack full of burglary tools and several stolen driver licenses and ID cards, police say.
he was convicted, he was given the privilege of having work release, which means that he can check into the detention facility once he gets off work, spends the night there, then goes out the next day. Comes back and forth every day. He failed to show back up to the detention facility one day after going to work, and now he been on the run ever since, King County sheriff Sgt. Cindi West said. us locate him so we can get him off the street. also has been busted for mail fraud, selling drugs and trying to run from police.
He is 30 years old and inked with tattoos on both sides of his neck the name on the right, and Asian looking symbols on the left.
He also got a cross on his left forearm, and the saying, will fear no evil for thou art with me on his right one.
If you know how to get this escaped inmate and ID thief back behind bars in the King County Jail, call an anonymous tip into:. Scannable Fake IDs