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Bachelor Recipes

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    That's good eatin'!
     
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    That.......that is.........that is.......soooooooooooo wrong..... :awesome::_phail:
     
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    You never know when this will come in handy.

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    You never know these days....

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    And this goes good with homemade bread.

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    There wasn't a recipe for homemade jelly.
     
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    I posted a picture of a plate of Spam Hickory Smoke and scrabbled eggs in the WW2 Recipes thread and thought to myself, Hey Self this would make good Bachelor recipe.

    Spam Hickory Smoke; Recipe

    Slice & Dice SHS, put in skillet medium heat until browned
    Keep from burning. Stirring constantly suggested
    Add scrabbled egg mixture. Keep stirring, flipping, separating until Scrabbled.
    Pour on plate
    Add Toast to side for aesthetic appeal

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