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    This is like a hybrid loose meat/cheesesteak sub. I have crappy knives and crappy knife skills, so this is my easy way of making a cheesesteak.

    Recipe #431634

    This recipe is from veggieboards.com. I had been sprinkling nooch on tortilla chips and wondered if there was a recipe out there that replicated the other flavors in Doritos (which, before the milk allergy, I could eat by the bagful). I immediately tried this and I'm just as addicted to these.

    Recipe #419881

    Living in Talbot County, MD for 25 years, I have sampled many an Eastern Shore crab cake. I would say the defining qualities are lump crab meat, very little filling, and Old Bay. No veggies! I have tried many recipes, but I finally gave up and asked my friend, the owner of a relative's cookbook from the 1800s, for her recipe. I had to do a couple of favors to get it, so I am saving it here so I don't lose it. The recipe doubles just fine.

    Recipe #384797

    My brother asked me to make these after eating some that a friend had bought commercially prepared. I found this recipe on recipecircus and had to modify due to some problems with the recipe. Once I tried them, I did not want to share! They are spicy and sweet and taste great on sandwiches and burgers. (Prep time includes veggie soaking).

    Recipe #380062


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