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Old 09-11-2017, 05:40 PM   #16
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Never heard of those. Looks really good DH. I'd like one with a little Jack cheese in it. Or three...
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Old 09-11-2017, 05:45 PM   #17
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Great job, Jeff! I wonder how they would taste if you substituted a lean chorizo for the ground beef?
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That sounds good Moose, or even half and half beef and chorizo...
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Tasty looking grub.
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Never heard of those. Looks really good DH. I'd like one with a little Jack cheese in it. Or three...
Thank you Terry. I was thinking something along those lines myself. Next time I'll experiment a little.
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Great job, Jeff! I wonder how they would taste if you substituted a lean chorizo for the ground beef?
Thank you Moose. This was only my 2nd time making them and I more or less just followed Jeanie's recipe. Next time I'll be a little more adventurous and mix things up a little.
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That looks really good! Nicely done.
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Looks delicious !!!
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Looks great! I grew up near Nebraska, but never liked Runza's until I was older.

We actually made a Runza casserole with Pillsbury Biscuit Tubes a few months ago and it was very good.

I'd hit those too!
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Looks great! I grew up near Nebraska, but never liked Runza's until I was older.

We actually made a Runza casserole with Pillsbury Biscuit Tubes a few months ago and it was very good.

I'd hit those too!
Thank you Nick. I never even had one when I was growing up in Nebraska. Ended up trying them one time when we were back there for a funeral and like them.
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