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Howmany times have we been in chat discussing [or drooling] over someone's homemade pizza, Jambalaya or Minestrone soup after a long day of trading?  Well here's your chance to pony up and share some of those recipes with your fellow members! 


Don't be shy; we all love to eat.  You can even bring up your favorite Scotch, cigar, diner or hometown restaurant.   We all share advice with one another when travelling - store your favs here!  Upload a pic if you're able to as well and don't forget to post a comment if you try out someone's recipe.  I'm gettin' hungry already.  Bon Appetit!

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  • im not really a tequila guy per se, but i thought id add in here that i finally tried cabo wabo repasado and was plesantly surprised. i had always thought the name was too stupid for it to be good (im not biased at all). too much hype around it etc etc.


    the hype is mostly true. i wont call it the best sipping tequila ever, but if you want something to stock the pantry with that can work as a shot, margarita, or sipping tequila--then this is a good one.

  • I rolled up into Emma Jean's Holland Burger [herelast weekend [in Victorville CA] and oh was it a sight. 3 coastal "kids" in an infiniti surrounded by hick truckers. faaaantastic theater. all of them were giving us the "what are you doing here" eye...then we ordered 3 things--EACH. after we finished eating we were like family. The Brian Burger, posted in the video, really is good stuff. if your traveling from CA to Vegas its a great mid-trip stop. 
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    2760776?profile=RESIZE_480x480I'll go first with my recipe for Pizza Casserole which my Mom made for us growing up in Chicago.  It was one of those *PTA Mom* recipes passed around in the 50's which my Mom altered using Velveeta [b/c it was cheaper than Mozarella] and we fell in love!  It's one of those "comfort foods" that's even better reheated the next day.  I've never met a person who didn't automatically rave about it [asking for the recipe of course] and even though my children don't care for sausage, they *snarf* this up every time.  Its also great to prepare ahead and take to a pot luck dinner or something along those lines.  Sadly it does not freeze well b/c of the noodles.  Will take a picture next time I make it [which probably won't be long].

     Prep time about 30min.  Cooking time 30-40 min.

     In a fry pan, brown 1-1/2 lbs. of Italian or Pork Sausage.  I prefer to use Bob Evans Hot sausage.  While that's browning.........chop up a medium onion, about 3/4 Cup needed.  Once sausage is done, remove it and fry the onion until softened.

    At the same time, in a dutch oven, cook 10-12 oz. Wide egg noodles as directed on package.  Drain water and leave noodles in the Dutch oven pot.

    Just about now your sausage should be cooled and onions should be done.  Drain grease, crumble sausage and add sausage and onions to noodles.

    Then Add to noodle mixture:

    1 - 16oz. can regular diced tomatoes [not spiced in any way]

    1 - 32oz. can tomatoe sauce

    1/2 t. black pepper

    1/2 t. oregano


    Mix well and set aside

    Next slice 1# of velveeta cheese into thin strips. 

    Take a 9x13 pan or casserole dish, pour in 1/2 of noodle mixture.  Cover with 1/2 of the cut Velveetacheese.  Spread rest of noodle mixture and cover with last 1/2 of cheese.  Bake uncovered @ 350 for 40 min. or until bubbly int he center.  Cover when done to retain moisture.

    Warms up well in the microwave - I think it's even better the 2nd day

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