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Old 11-22-2004, 06:42 PM   #11
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I'm going to be the odd ball out here - for ease of preparation and shorter cookings times I would have onions sauteed, green peppers sauteed, homestyle potatoes fried, etc.

That way all you have to do is heat those ingredients. Then add the cheese or whatever. Even if you mix the eggs and milk before be sure and take some kind of ladle to scoop out the right portion.

I'm odd ball out - but that's my thoughts on it since people won't want to stand around waiting for all this stuff to cook.

OK, now hang me :oops:
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Old 11-23-2004, 07:38 PM   #12
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GB, thanks for being so generous with the information for somebody like me.

Now, if you would be so kind to tell me all about the Free Masons? :P
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I decided to take all the talk about the Kosher laws and make a new topic out of it so that we can get back to Charlies original question, so if you are looking for that stuff it is a new topic called Kosher Laws under the General Questions and Chat forum.
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I decided to take all the talk about the Kosher laws and make a new topic out of it so that we can get back to Charlies original question, so if you are looking for that stuff it is a new topic called Kosher Laws under the General Questions and Chat forum.
thanks, good idea.
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GB, thanks for being so generous with the information for somebody like me.

Now, if you would be so kind to tell me all about the Free Masons? :P
Gee psiguyy,when were they released?
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