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I can't believe you haven't made this before. Looks like something you find on the menu at Nana's.

I know eh! I should clarify that I hadn't made it for BG before, but this was one of the dishes Mrs. Moulder, my high school home ec teacher had us make. Man, I loved her and still think of her often.

Wowsa - that is just love on a plate! Home Ec Teachers are the best ever!!! So full of information we have used forever - yes?

You're so right Lea. Makes me sad that Home Ec's been eliminated from so many schools. Heck Big Guy took it too and thanks to that and scouts he can sew a button on better than I can and he's a darn fine cook too.

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