Chimigangas are a tex mex dish, Bubz. Google the recipe as there a few different ways of doing them. I always add a packet of taco sauce mix (Homebrand) to the stock the meat is cooked in and a bit extra liquid. The meat is cooked on a low heat with garlic and spices for a couple of hours till all the liquid has practically gone and then it is shredded easily with two forks. Then a dollop of the mixture is put in the centre of a warm tortilla and then the tortilla is fold up into a little packet and fried on both sides. I found the recipe in one of those little family circle cook books that are always at woolies checkouts. This one was Tex Mex.
The Cassowary Coast are still copping the rain, up here in on the Atherton Tablelands some areas are getting more than most and one poor woman was washed away when her car was washed off the road. They found her body the other day. It made me feel sick knowing just how easy it could happen and I know my friend and I won't be doing it again any time soon. Our part of the Tablelands is getting steady rain but not big numbers, yesterday there was 60mm from the previous 24 hours and today there was only 15mm in the rain gauge, yet about 40 klms away they got over 60mm. I've seen rain fall on one half of the road and the other half be as dry as anything, it was like a curtain of rain. Very strange.
Well I suppose I'd better go get some work done.