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Help us Congratulate the Winner of Mini Challenge #106~My Favorite Things
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Help us Congratulate the Winner of Mini Challenge #106~My Favorite Things
Congratulations Fotobirder!
Bird Photos In Snow

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Sloppy Joes

Started by Judy McKenna, January 05, 2005, 07:46:14 PM

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Judy McKenna

I'd love a receipe here for sloppy joes.  does anyone have one?

- Thanks.,
"I am too blessed to be stressed".


I do Judy .... Here is mine that I just made up today !!


2 lbs. hamburger
2 TBLSP. of onion - chopped fine
1/4 cup of catsup & open pit bbq sauce - orginal
1 squirt of yellow mustard & 1 squirt of golden mustard
3 TBLSP. of brown sugar

Brown hambuger with the onion & then once it's cooked up drain off the grease & rinse with water and then place it back into the pan & then stir in the rest of the ingredients. Cook for about 15 minutes and then serve over hamburger buns.

Was that simple enough ?  Questions get in touch with me !!

Judy McKenna

Thanks, TBEAR - I was looking in the area that Larry headed up for us.
speaking of Larry... haven't heard from him for awhile...hope he is okay!
"I am too blessed to be stressed".

Judy McKenna

1/4 cup of barbeque sauce too?

Sounds so good.  I always toast the buns in the broiler first too.....do you?

thanx! -
"I am too blessed to be stressed".