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Default 25 recipes no one makes anymore but should

Some of these I have never had but most of these I have often or in the past year.
Articles like these show how far removed from the life of the average person these writers are.


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Some of these I have never had but most of these I have often or in the past year.
Articles like these show how far removed from the life of the average person these writers are.


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Cinnamon toast and sloppy joe's show here now and then, frito pies much more regularly. I haven't seen meat loaf in so long I can't remember when. Something brought it it a couple of weeks ago and the wife told me she though I didn't like it. I set her straight about that (nicely) and she said she would make it but I haven't seen one yet.
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The kids still make cinnamon toast, wife makes a killer sloppy joe, meatloaf and loves her pot pies. Our ducks give us enough eggs at times we've got to figure out ways to get rid of them so egg salad and deviled eggs are on the list. Beef stroganoff and scalloped potatoes often frequent our table. Mom makes a great tuna casserole and will occasionally bring one over.
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My wife and myself had sloppy joes at Sloppy Joe's bar in Key West.
Those and cheese fries were delicious.

And we have sloppy joe's quite often at home.

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I made Frito pies this week and I make meat loaf every so often, My late wife used to make us cinnamon toast as well as Swedish pancakes and I make the meat balls ever so often but mine are the Swedish ones, the scalloped potatoes I make about once a month hungry Jack has them in a box mix with everything just add a little milk and are very good and you can get a mix chicken Alfredo in a package that is really good. In the seventies everyone had a fondue pot we probably got burned out on that one.

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O K... what the heck is a frito pie? Please include recipe and directions🤓
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mainly chili over fritos. A little cheese and onions if you want them
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mainly chili over fritos. A little cheese and onions if you want them
How can that be bad?
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How can that be bad?
It's not, it's good, and please include onions.

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H*LL HAS OPEN BORDERS. taken from fox news

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It's not, it's good, and please include onions.
Thanks bugeye. I will...
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