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“Bee Hive Jive”

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Oct 7, 2013
 
What recipes did you grow up with or your favs through the years....
Tazzie

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My moms home made vegetable soup with chicken and black eyed peas
yummy yummy

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Tazzie wrote:
My moms home made vegetable soup with chicken and black eyed peas
yummy yummy
Sounds wonderful.
I always remember my grandma and mom's Italian wedding soup, with the mini meatballs.
I make it but it's not the same as their's.
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BizzyBee wrote:
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Sounds wonderful.
I always remember my grandma and mom's Italian wedding soup, with the mini meatballs.
I make it but it's not the same as their's.
Washed down with a Good Italian Wine ?
None of that Californian vineger.
sounds delicious

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RU_Kiddingme wrote:
Soup Nagasaki
Try it, you'll like it.
Take a can of your favorite soup.
Place it in an oven preheated to 500 degrees.
Fifteen minutes ought to do it.
You've never had soup like this before!
Microwavable too!

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RU_Kiddingme wrote:
Soup Nagasaki
Try it, you'll like it.
Take a can of your favorite soup.
Place it in an oven preheated to 500 degrees.
Fifteen minutes ought to do it.
You've never had soup like this before!
LOL
You forgot to say, " run for your life"
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Soup... chicken noodle and beef barley.

Beef Stew.

Mild chili over rice with cheese.

Bread from the bread maker.

Pork roasts, spaghetti and lasagna too.

Pies... apple and mincemeat.

Cinnamon roll-ups and apple dumplings from the left over pie dough.
They cannot kill a Spook

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Oct 7, 2013
 

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Deer barely soup.
Smoked deer shoulder.

Pumpkin pie with plenty of Nutmeg.
Fried squirrel
They cannot kill a Spook

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Oct 7, 2013
 
Blacklicks Only Poster wrote:
Soup... chicken noodle and beef barley.
Beef Stew.
Mild chili over rice with cheese.
Bread from the bread maker.
Pork roasts, spaghetti and lasagna too.
Pies... apple and mincemeat.
Cinnamon roll-ups and apple dumplings from the left over pie dough.
Mincemeat? Do you make your own filling or buy the Nonesuch jar?

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Oct 7, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
Deer barely soup.
Smoked deer shoulder.
Pumpkin pie with plenty of Nutmeg.
Fried squirrel
I am not fond of deer, BUT squirrel is good. And YUM yum yum for Pumpkin pie with lots of nutmeg!!,

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Oct 7, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Mincemeat? Do you make your own filling or buy the Nonesuch jar?
I make Mincemeat pie every thanksgiving. I add 2-3. Granny Smith apples and chopped small, to the Nonesuch!
It is THE BEST!!!!
Real whipping cream is in order!!!
Now I can't wait......
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Oct 7, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Mincemeat? Do you make your own filling or buy the Nonesuch jar?
I buy the stuff in the jar. Had an English brand last year that used Pippin apples that was really good. Problem is I don't remember the name and I always forget to look for it when I'm in the store.
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They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
Deer barely soup.
Smoked deer shoulder.
Pumpkin pie with plenty of Nutmeg.
Fried squirrel
Deer jerky, roast, and we also add deer meat to a special Stromboli recipe.

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Oct 7, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Mincemeat? Do you make your own filling or buy the Nonesuch jar?
If I remember correctly, originally mincemeat had real meat in it. My first mother in law gave us a pie made with that recipe once. It was ok but kind of creepy to think about it.
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Oct 7, 2013
 
rowdy01 wrote:
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If I remember correctly, originally mincemeat had real meat in it. My first mother in law gave us a pie made with that recipe once. It was ok but kind of creepy to think about it.
The stuff in jars still contains meat, it's just ground (minced) real fine.
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Blacklicks Only Poster wrote:
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The stuff in jars still contains meat, it's just ground (minced) real fine.
No meat in the Nonesuch brand. Apples rasins spices nuts juices no meat. That english stuff might have meat.
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Oct 7, 2013
 
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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No meat in the Nonesuch brand. Apples rasins spices nuts juices no meat. That english stuff might have meat.
I stand corrected. None Such website ingredients ends Beef, Bitters, Fruit pectin.

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They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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I stand corrected. None Such website ingredients ends Beef, Bitters, Fruit pectin.
Such a tiny amount....not to worry.
My mom used to make a lattice top crust but I cut out the dough in turkey and pilgrims and pumpkins
animal control

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#22
Oct 7, 2013
 
had tomato soup, cracker/ peanutbter sandwich, icewater this eve. and soakin' dry beans and thawin' ground beef tonite in order to make soup tomorrow combined with awl my frozen garden veggies....

my secret spice is krogers chipotle chili powder...it's located right beside the regular chili powder and runs under $3...awesome stuff.....Baby!

and if you don't have some already...?...grab some creole....you noe u want it

no charge

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Oct 7, 2013
 
I'm always up for vegetable soup in the cooler months. Nothing better than that or chili.

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