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woodchopper

yep,,amazing what u can cook in rice cooker eh,,i even do potatoe bake in 1

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Gonna ask my g/f to take a look at this video. I would LOVE some meatloaf.

 

Totally, an amazing cook. 

 

Recently started making me hash browns. Gonna give it a shot to make some tater tots, soon, too. 

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Davaoeno

Gonna ask my g/f to take a look at this video. I would LOVE some meatloaf.

 

Totally, an amazing cook. 

 

Recently started making me hash browns. Gonna give it a shot to make some tater tots, soon, too. 

 

Did you forget  to tell her about the diet you told us you are on ???   :ROFLMAO:

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Did you forget  to tell her about the diet you told us you are on ???   :ROFLMAO:

 

Shhhhhhh. 

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broden

next thing you know you'll be getting your chocolate in your peanut butter

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looks ok but i dont like ketchup that much.

 

might want to check out purchasing a slow cooker.

 

many good meals to come from that

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miles-high

We do a whole cabbage (no need to cut it) in our rice cooker – add 5 cups of water, 3 to 5 cubes of Knoll chicken soup and turn it on! Good diet food made easy… :D

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Scotsbloke

We do a whole cabbage (no need to cut it) in our rice cooker – add 5 cups of water, 3 to 5 cubes of Knoll chicken soup and turn it on! Good diet food made easy… :D

I could well imagine cooking a cabbage like that.

 

Meat loaf?  What's the point?  Put it in a tin in the oven.  Oh and if you use ketchup as an ingredient then be prepared for a good water boarding.

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Salty Dog

Meat loaf?  What's the point?  Put it in a tin in the oven.  Oh and if you use ketchup as an ingredient then be prepared for a good water boarding.

 

A lot of people in the Philippines don't have an oven....

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A lot of people in the Philippines don't have an oven....

Hound boy.....I thought of that within a second of making my post.

 

What a said about ketchup is right though.

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woodchopper

for the unknowing,,as a sidenote,,the origin of ketchup is strongly believed to be in the philippines.

 

this occured when mama and papa tomato crossing the road and baby tomatoe lagging behind,,, got run over by a jeepney.

 

papa said "Ketchup" and so began this world famous sauce!

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for the unknowing,,as a sidenote,,the origin of ketchup is strongly believed to be in the philippines.

 

this occured when mama and papa tomato crossing the road and baby tomatoe lagging behind,,, got run over by a jeepney.

 

papa said "Ketchup" and so began this world famous sauce!

catsup is the way ketchup is spelled on filippino catsup :crazy:

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for the unknowing,,as a sidenote,,the origin of ketchup is strongly believed to be in the philippines.

 

this occured when mama and papa tomato crossing the road and baby tomatoe lagging behind,,, got run over by a jeepney.

 

papa said "Ketchup" and so began this world famous sauce!

 

Ha ha.

Ketchup simply means 'sauce'.

It's believed to be a Malay word which entered the English language in the 1600s.

 

KonC

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woodchopper

aww,,bugger,,you blokes take "the mickey" out of a good lie,,,,,,,, :yahoo:

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