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Old 01-23-2012, 03:20 PM   #521
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Does Hubby dip those in sauce when he eats them?
No hubby or kids didn't dip but that sounds good. I have made it with sauce mixed in with the ingredients too.
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Old 01-24-2012, 07:11 PM   #522
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No hubby or kids didn't dip but that sounds good. I have made it with sauce mixed in with the ingredients too.
Might have to try threes this weekend. I will provide dipping sauce.
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Old 01-24-2012, 07:50 PM   #523
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my purchase of a pie maker, has to wait. i want material to sew with more than that.
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:25 PM   #524
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Sitting here waiting for Munky's tips on how to make my cheese burgers in the pie maker. Sounds delish!
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:48 AM   #525
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Oh My!! I was thinking of trying to get an hour or two of sleep. Then I checked the UPS site. My pie maker is on the truck and out for delivery today. Tears have come to my eyes. It is at the sorting site in the town where Son#2 lives. I wonder if I call him and wake him from a sound sleep, will he go and get it for me? Would that be a safe move for me? Or do I have to wait for the brown truck ? Now I am so excited, I can't sleep.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:31 AM   #526
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Oh My!! I was thinking of trying to get an hour or two of sleep. Then I checked the UPS site. My pie maker is on the truck and out for delivery today. Tears have come to my eyes. It is at the sorting site in the town where Son#2 lives. I wonder if I call him and wake him from a sound sleep, will he go and get it for me? Would that be a safe move for me? Or do I have to wait for the brown truck ? Now I am so excited, I can't sleep.
LOL your post made me giggle from your excitement to get your pie maker. I was on phone with my mom yesterday telling her all the things I am going to make her when I get to NJ this summer. I am bringing my pie maker with me! She said you make the mess, bake and clean up and I eat, we are all fine LOL. Good luck getting your pie maker, hope truck is not too long to get to your place!
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:34 AM   #527
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Tonight we are having tacos, I will have seasoned meat left over for sure and I got extra taco soft shells, so tomorrow I will be making taco pies. Hope they come out good. I froze my calzone ones but the guys got into them last nite. Wow take from freezer, M/W about 45 seconds and they were ready to eat they said. Don't think my stock in freezer will last too long at this rate lol.
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Tonight we are having tacos, I will have seasoned meat left over for sure and I got extra taco soft shells, so tomorrow I will be making taco pies. Hope they come out good. I froze my calzone ones but the guys got into them last nite. Wow take from freezer, M/W about 45 seconds and they were ready to eat they said. Don't think my stock in freezer will last too long at this rate lol.
Don't try corn tortillas in the pie cooker. I tried it and they just tear when you try to push them into the pie maker.

I even tried flour tortillas and they tore also.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:53 AM   #529
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Oh My!! I was thinking of trying to get an hour or two of sleep. Then I checked the UPS site. My pie maker is on the truck and out for delivery today. Tears have come to my eyes. It is at the sorting site in the town where Son#2 lives. I wonder if I call him and wake him from a sound sleep, will he go and get it for me? Would that be a safe move for me? Or do I have to wait for the brown truck ? Now I am so excited, I can't sleep.
I think it's your Motherly duty to call him up, roust him out of bed. Hold up the rules. Point out #2.. If Mamma isn't happy ain't nobody gonna be happy!

Here I sit wondering why my kids are in therapy.. J/K!!!!

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Old 01-26-2012, 12:42 PM   #530
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Sitting here waiting for Munky's tips on how to make my cheese burgers in the pie maker. Sounds delish!
Sorry for the delay. I get busy with things on the home front.

I just took a Lb of Ground Sirloin. Rolled them into 8 meatballs. Mooshed them in a burger press until they were just 4"'s wide. Think slider patties.

Cooked them 3 minutes each side.
For the buns I just tried out Texas Toast bread. Cut out.
Pre heat the pie maker.

Brush some butter onto the bun. Placed it in, butter side down into the unit. Add the patties and cheese. Top it with the the other bun. I think I just cooked it for about 10 minutes. The Texas toast was hard to use in the pie maker. It didn't want to fully close and lock. You can achieve a better result with a thinner cut of bread.

Maybe next time I'll try a regular hamburger bun and see if the results would be better. Instead of plain ol' butter, I'll add Parmesan cheese to it.

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