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  • 7 Layer Mexican Dip from kingscoob in 46385, IN.
    I haven't tried this one yet but it looks real tasty right now. If you make it let me know how it turns out. ...
  • Puerco Pibil from kingscoob in 46385, IN.
    Cochinita pibil (also puerco pibil) is a traditional Mexican slow-roasted pork dish from Yucat√°n.Preparation of traditional cochi...
  • Scoobs Bird Nest from kingscoob in 46385, IN.
    If you like your eggs over easy and toast you will love this quick easy breakfast every egg and toast fan will enjoy. If you have ...
  • Scoobs Meatloaf Masterpiece from kingscoob in 46385, IN.
    I cooked this the other night for my family. One person that is picky and hard to please said "No offense to grandpa, but thi...
  • Aunt Mikes Cheesecake Disaster from kingscoob in 46385, IN.
    One of my favorite desserts. If you like cheesecake I highly suggest this endulgence. Goes great with a cold glass of milk or ice ...
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  • fizzle3nat 5 years ago
    Stumbled across your page and checked out some of your recipes. You've got some good ones posted. I sent a friend request your way; hope we can share some recipes. If you have sec, stop by my page and check out some of my recipes. Take care! - Natalie
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  • fizzle3nat 5 years ago about 7 Layer Mexican Dip
    I love seven layer dip. The way I make it is like this (starting from the bottom): refried beans, taco meat, guacamole, grated cheese, sour cream, then sprinkle the top with tomatoes, green onion, and sliced olives. Chill and serve with tortilla chips. It's a goodie! Great post! - Nat
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  • fizzle3nat 5 years ago about Scoobs Meatloaf Masterpiece
    Cool idea! I like that you used the brown rice in it. And I love the cheesy spiral idea, too. Great post! - Nat
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  • fizzle3nat 5 years ago about Aunt Mikes Cheesecake Disaster
    Dude, your Aunt Mike has it! Cheesecake with crust ON TOP TOO? How awesome is that?! My hubs would die for this. Will definitely have to try. Thanks for sharing. - Natalie
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  • dutchie326 5 years ago about Aunt Mikes Cheesecake Disaster
    I gave it a five.
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  • dutchie326 5 years ago about Aunt Mikes Cheesecake Disaster
    Looks good. Thanks for the post.
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  • debwin 6 years ago
    How are you kingscoob! yes icing sugar is powdered sugar...take care, Deb.
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    lol, I'm with you, I always add more hamburger! Glad you liked 'Husbands Delight'... happy cooking
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  • tnacndn 6 years ago
    Hello, to answer your questions....I usually take desserts to any get togethers I go to plus (now keep in mind I live in a little rural town in Tennessee) the most requested dish I am asked for and take is my Pinto Beans and corn breasd. I don't really have a favorite appetizer though. Thanks for asking.
    Gem
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  • janend 6 years ago
    Thanks for letting me know how much you liked the I-Want-That-Recipe Bars! Your additions sound GREAT!

    Thanks!
    Jane
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  • dugger 6 years ago
    Well this place should give you lots of things to experiment with. I write my recipes in chalk so they are easy to change. :)
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  • lorisrecipes 7 years ago
    Thank you I am new!!!! your recipes aren't bad either hah mad scientist.
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  • bunnypony 7 years ago
    Cats are a decent meat to cook with! Yes, it is a safe meat to enjoy raw, in kitty sashimi or cooked well done!!

    ;)
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  • achope246 7 years ago
    I'm glad you enjoyed the crockpot mac.If you put the extra cheese on the top before you start cooking it, it will crust on the top. We just aren't big fans of the crust, lol. We make this for every holiday or big dinner because it's so easy and tasty. Thanks for the compliment!!
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