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Old 06-11-2013, 11:59 PM   #191
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Alright, sausage McMuffins w/o the muffin...making those.
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Old 06-12-2013, 12:09 AM   #192
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I would wager that no one's suggested a Buffalo Wing pie, sans bones, yet. Just another crazy idea.

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Old 06-12-2013, 12:03 PM   #193
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I would wager that no one's suggested a Buffalo Wing pie, sans bones, yet. Just another crazy idea.

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I don't think anyone has yet Chief. But you know around here we will keep feeding pie doughs into our lil' pie makers like slot machines. Addicting things that they are... Like "Shermaaaaaan?" In The Twilight Zone episode They follow us around. He nutted up. Too much of a good thing.

Guess we'll be seeing you soon in your reserved seat? Boy are you late.
Ya pie master.

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Old 06-12-2013, 12:14 PM   #194
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Munky, you have done it now! I will have to drag mine out for sure now. Yum! I bet Hubby would like that this weekend along with an English muffin for breakfast. Thanks! Yum!
It's a keeper. First thing he said when he got home was how good those were. Missed his muffin, but it was ok. He liked that it was tasty convenient way of having a light mid break snack. He especially liked the one where I added a little more cheese to it, so that it melted down and around and got that baked cheddar crust.

I let him think it took me all day to make. Here I was happy that the sausage was still juicy, not at all dry. Clean up was easy to. A one hit wonder. My stove top is still sparkling clean. Can' beat that.

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Old 06-12-2013, 11:06 PM   #196
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Brains churning...Buffalo Wing Pies...tick, tick, tick...
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:33 AM   #197
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Brains churning...Buffalo Wing Pies...tick, tick, tick...
With or without the bones?
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With or without the bones?
Without...trying to decide on how to get the celery in...
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Without...trying to decide on how to get the celery in...
Small sticks?
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Small sticks?
I'm thinking more of using celery seed, for the flavor. You still want it to be a single pie for a meal with out a lot of messing with to eat it.
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