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Old 08-13-2011, 04:34 PM   #101
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Fast&easy snack : If u are board and hungry this is an easy way to do you need tuna , lettuce , mayonnaise , salt , cheese . First put the tuna in blender then add the mayonnaise and the salt and the lettuce cut it for pieces then add blend it for one minute then bring a bread any kind of it put the cheese first and finally ur mixture bring u a pepsi or juice and enjoy ur meal
This is an American snack loo
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Old 08-13-2011, 04:39 PM   #102
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Fast&easy snack : If u are board and hungry this is an easy way to do you need tuna , lettuce , mayonnaise , salt , cheese . First put the tuna in blender then add the mayonnaise and the salt and the lettuce cut it for pieces then add blend it for one minute then bring a bread any kind of it put the cheese first and finally ur mixture bring u a pepsi or juice and enjoy ur meal
That's how I make my hamburger topping! I put everything that I love "On" a hamburger, into the blender and blend until just reduced. Then spread it on a bun and add the cheese and hamburger!

It makes the sandwich much thinner, tastes exactly the same and I end up using twice the amount of veggies on each burger, which is good for me!

It sounds like "Pre-chewed gross-out", but it's actually very good that way.
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Old 08-13-2011, 05:21 PM   #103
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That's how I make my hamburger topping! I put everything that I love "On" a hamburger, into the blender and blend until just reduced. Then spread it on a bun and add the cheese and hamburger!

It makes the sandwich much thinner, tastes exactly the same and I end up using twice the amount of veggies on each burger, which is good for me!

It sounds like "Pre-chewed gross-out", but it's actually very good that way.
Ya know, Timothy, that makes a lot of sense! Thanks!
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Old 08-13-2011, 05:34 PM   #104
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Ya know, Timothy, that makes a lot of sense! Thanks!
Thanks Dawgluver! I think of it every time I see someone struggling to eat a hamburger that is 12 inches tall and all the goodies are falling out on the table, floor or ground. Tomatoes going one way, lettuce the other and the pickle down the middle! Pets don't like this trick! They will give you the "I'm a poor starving, hungry dog" look if you use it!
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Old 08-13-2011, 05:59 PM   #105
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That's how I make my hamburger topping! I put everything that I love "On" a hamburger, into the blender and blend until just reduced. Then spread it on a bun and add the cheese and hamburger!

It makes the sandwich much thinner, tastes exactly the same and I end up using twice the amount of veggies on each burger, which is good for me!

It sounds like "Pre-chewed gross-out", but it's actually very good that way.
american food--i am sure it is delicious to many....
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Old 08-13-2011, 06:20 PM   #106
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american food--i am sure it is delicious to many....
Yes, it is! About 300 Million of us.
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Old 08-13-2011, 07:16 PM   #107
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Salisbury steak, smashed red potatoes in jackets (butter, sour cream and & ), burgundy mushroom and onion gravy and frozen mixed vegetables.

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Old 08-13-2011, 07:28 PM   #108
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Salisbury steak, smashed red potatoes in jackets (butter, sour cream and & ), burgundy mushroom and onion gravy and frozen mixed vegetables.

this must be what is meant by "blue plate special"--god, look at that velvety smooth, rich brown gravy with mushrooms!
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this must be what is meant by "blue plate special"--god, look at that velvety smooth, rich brown gravy with mushrooms!
Thank you Vit. I made the gravy in the pan drippings with a bit of gravy master added then simmered the salisbury steaks in the gravy for about 20 minutes.
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msmofet, I've contacted the Church and submitted your name as a Kitchen Saint!
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