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Bachelor Recipes

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  1. Jack B

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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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    Spam steaks on a stick!


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    This is actually pretty good. If you want to go gourmet with it, thin fry the spam steaks first, then dip the spam steaks on a stick into your condiment of choice. Mustard, ketchup, mayo, bbq sauce, A1 Steak Sauce, the sky is the limit. To kick it up a notch, apply Tabasco Sauce liberally. Ummmmm goooooood.
     
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    ha ha haa.
    amazing spam never stops amazing.
    kudos.
    ive been on a rice wrap diet ( no gluten) for a while.
    can use as a base for pizza, also as a wrap. fast and easy.
    1 rice flatbread
    spread pizza sauce ( i like 4 cheese or sweet basil).
    then some meat / ive had a lot of ground pork lately.
    break up some processed cheese slices and apply. this gives a creamy velvita taste.
    then shredded old cheddar.
    cut up onion and put on top.
    lots if pepper. salt.
    cook low and slow. 300 for 45-60 min.
    long cook time hardens the ingredients.
     
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    El Yucateca Habanero Sauce makes ANYTHING interesting.
     
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    nice. cold farts on a stick.
    the spaghetti trick is sheer brilliance.
     
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    Chef Boyardee self prepared pizza!!!! mama!!!! it's goooooood......and cheap

    ''you smash it, pound it and fling it into the air''---much fun
    ..I'm making some now.....I'm gazing at it through the oven's window....O mama!!!!!
    ...then off to the Amalfi coast for some vino and special ''''fun'''''
    ..I LOVE making my own pizza pie
    here are some bachelors discussing pizza:
     
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    the meals I enjoy most are the simple ones = soup with bread/a potato and sausage/ pizza/etc
    ..just had my ChefBoyardee self prepared cheap pizza and MAMA!!!!! Yum yum
     
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    This is a great recipe and easy to prepare. It's one of my Mom's favs, she cooked it the other day at the house when I was up there working in the yard. If crawfish are unavailable in your area, substitute shrimp and or crab. Even that imitation crab meat will work. I reckon lobster will work too, but that might get expensive for those outside of New England. Mom went with 2 ibs of shrimp. Give it a try and let me know how it works out.

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    "1 large bell pepper" - A banana for anyone who can tell me what bell peppers are called in Australia...
     
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    “Australian Bell Peppers?”
     
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