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Aunt bessie pie

Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by jumbleannie1VDJQ, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. jumbleannie1VDJQ

    jumbleannie1VDJQ · Well-Known Member

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    My brother in Oz sent me this reciepe so I thought I would share it with you.
    Layer up some streaky bacon, pickled red cabbage and cheddar cheese.
    Bake on a slow heat untill the cheese has melted and starts to brown.
    Allow to cool.
    Eat as a nibble with red wine.
    Sounds horrid, but tastes like heaven, also good for packed lunches. :D minus the wine of course!
    I also tried it with onions, finely chopped peppers and pepperoni. Pizza substitute. :oops:
     
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    ShyGirl · Well-Known Member

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    That does sound disgusting! I love pizza and wish someone would make a no carb version :roll:
     
  3. jumbleannie1VDJQ

    jumbleannie1VDJQ · Well-Known Member

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    I love pizza too :( , but since I know what it would do to my BS levels I will stick to this. It does taste a lot better than it sounds. Honest.
     
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