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    Homemade noodles from the Pioneer Woman blogs. This description will be a work in progress to discover what my old memory remembers of when I was a kid. Formica tables, rolled noodles, folded over a wood dowel clothes rack, throwing the noodles in the area to help dry - [of course Mom was in the kitchen]. First recipe used in was added basic chicken and stock for Chicken Noodle soup. Did remind me of my Mom's chicken soup. Someday soon we will be fusing Fried Chicken memory in my head with the "Chicken & Waffles" I have heard about through some googgle searches. These noodles are going to be used in new recipe adapted from Rossario's Restaurant's recipe for the "3 P's" - Peas, Pruscitto, and Orcettee.

    Recipe #492476

    This is a "stepped up" version of "Hobo Spuds" as perfected on a camping trip with my Grandson Max and his Mom and Dad. Mecan Mash got started on Max's first Hunting trip for Turkeys when he was 11 years old. After hunting his Mom and I first tried as a tin foil cooking on the fire. A later trip we did it all in a heavy fry pan over campfire. Butter used instead of lard. Wow, was very good! TIP: Be sure that the Spam and potatoes get that dark brown crispy crust for extra deliciuos bites combined with the butter used as cooking oil.

    Recipe #430314


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