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Old 11-07-2006, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default Wren'* hamburger helper recipe

Just made his recipe tonight. Boy was it good My son liked it, wife liked it, even my 9 month old daughter liked it.

Need to modify his recipe though. Instead of 1/2 cup of additional water, use 3/4 to 1 cup more extra water. His 1/2 cup water did not quite cover everything.

Here'* his original recipe...
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...mburger+helper
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damn, now i have to go shopping
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Replace the ground sausage with Yve'* Veggie Ground Round, and it'll be 10 times better for you. Just as much protein, only 0.5 grams of fat and 60 calories/serving (just the ground round, not all the other ingredients), and fortified with tonnes of vitamins. Tastes just as good, too.
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Meat is were its at
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Meat is were its at
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AMEN...............

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Haha, Ryan just got PWNED!

Seriously...meat.
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Haha, Ryan just got PWNED!

Seriously...meat.
PWNED eh? Vegetarianism FTW.
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Salad isn't food. It'* what food eats.
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Yve'* Veggie Ground Round

.....and you're from Alberta.

Meat....man.....MEAT

I can taste the cholesterol now...
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Yve'* Veggie Ground Round

.....and you're from Alberta.

Meat....man.....MEAT

I can taste the cholesterol now...
It would never be good without meat! That is a necessity
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