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Omelet in a Bag

Reviewed: Apr. 28, 2014
We call these campfire omelets. We use genuine Zip-Lok 1 quart freezer bags with the double zipper and have had no leaks. Anyway, the only essential ingredients are the eggs. Throw in whatever is in the fridge. Leftover pizza toppings are a favorite source of ingredients. Everybody gets to pick what goes into their omelet. Since the omelet is one solid chunk, it can easily be wrapped in a tortilla with other fillings to make a great breakfast burrito. If you've made a fat omelet, you can slice it lengthwise for two breakfast burritos.
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Alysia's Basic Meat Lasagna

Reviewed: May 19, 2010
It does one's morale a lot of good when people rave about something you've cooked, and this recipe will get you raves. I used 1/3 Italian sausage and added a half cup of cottage cheese, but the surprising thing was how people liked the effect of the sliced provolone cheese. I could not find grated provolone, so I had the girl in the deli slice some very thin, then made layers of that. People loved how every fork full had strands of cheese stretching back to the plate. It seemed to accentuate the cheesiness of the dish! This is seriously decadent lasagna, and I'll make this dish for the rest of my life.
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Cottage Meatloaf

Reviewed: Jul. 13, 2009
Everybody loved this! I made one without onions for the boys, who don't like onions, but WOW!, this is good meatloaf. Thanks to Melissa for suggesting the foil. You can form the foil on the outside of the pans, then slip the formed foil inside and it will take less fuss to make it fit. Also, prepared mustard is the yellow stuff you squirt on hot dogs. I am embarrassed to admit that I did not know that.
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Down Home Macaroni and Cheese

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2008
This wonderful recipe redefines "macaroni and cheese" for many people. Absolutely "craveworthy," to quote my son. You have to try it to believe it! Easier than it looks. We cooked it for a family reunion in a church kitchen after a 900 mile drive, and it still came out great! We added chunks of fried Spam, and now we always do. We didn't even bake it and it was still perfect!
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Norwegian Lefse

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2007
Ever since we found out that Great Aunt Ida had been using potato flakes to make her lefse, I've been looking for the real thing! By the way, try it with butter, sprinkled with cinnamon/sugar. Heaven!
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