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Unread 10-09-2012, 06:58 AM   #16
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Mmmm, those do look good, Jeanius!

Don't you just love cooking in dutch oven's?
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Oh WOW!
That's cool. Looks like something I'll have to do.
Although, I'm thinking some of those cheese cubes placed inside would be a nice touch.
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Never heard of those - wow! A lot of possibilities there - sausage, chix, etc..looks fantastic esp. for cooler weather - I can just see biting into one of those and seeing the steam...

Excellent as always Jeanie!
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Thanks friends! The frozen bierocks make great "I don't feel like cooking today" meals.


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YUM! That could be my next tailgate meal! How long cook time?
Thanks funman and Phil, they took about 30 minutes.

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Mmmm, those do look good, Jeanius!

Don't you just love cooking in dutch oven's?
Pat Thanks! I've been doing more dutch oven cooking lately than ever. They are easy to use.... My kinda cookin'!

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Oh WOW!
That's cool. Looks like something I'll have to do.
Although, I'm thinking some of those cheese cubes placed inside would be a nice touch.
Thanks Bob! Let me know how the cheese addition goes if you make them.

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Never heard of those - wow! A lot of possibilities there - sausage, chix, etc..looks fantastic esp. for cooler weather - I can just see biting into one of those and seeing the steam...

Excellent as always Jeanie!
Greg Thanks! They are great in the winter. I love the smell of hot baked bread on a cold day. Still using the goodies you sent. Can't thank you enough! Made chili yesterday with the New Mexico Hatch powder. It was excellent!

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Jeanie, there are times you suck...
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Jeanie, there are times you suck...
Hahaaa.. Haven't heard that for a long time. Thanks Jeff! Good to see you!
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Looks delicious! I may give this a go, I think my kids would like it.
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Dang, that looks good! Throw a little BBQ sauce in the mix and I'd probably eat the whole batch of 'em!
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Did you use AP flour or self rising flour? The filling reminds me of my wife's Polish grandmother. She made cabbage rolls with a filling similar to yours. I think it was called gawumke. Spelling is probably wrong on that name. Thanks for your post.
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Yeah, mmm...hmm, nothing fancy...nothing to see here people. Jeanie's just making some Bierocks. Move along now. Yeah right! Those look awesome!
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Phreakin' awesome.
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WOW! Dem look YUMMEE! I woulda et em ALL!
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Thank you Jason and Mike! :)


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Did you use AP flour or self rising flour? The filling reminds me of my wife's Polish grandmother. She made cabbage rolls with a filling similar to yours. I think it was called gawumke. Spelling is probably wrong on that name. Thanks for your post.
Thank you ribsrdone! I use AP flour for this. Your wife's grandmother's recipe sounds interesting. Maybe they are the same thing as bierocks. I will look for gawumke... thanks!!

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Yeah, mmm...hmm, nothing fancy...nothing to see here people. Jeanie's just making some Bierocks. Move along now. Yeah right! Those look awesome!
lol Jason, it was nothing fancy. Thanks friend!

tpope Thank you!!

lol Hoss I would have spit the batch with ya. Thanks!
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I was a little disappointed at first to see no actual 'bier' was involved in this post, but then I saw the end result and I forgot about that, awesome once again Jeanie!
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I'm bookmarkin' this thread for future use. Love cookin' in a dutch oven. Thanks for the inspiration to get it back out.
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