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Old 07-19-2013, 06:50 PM   #1
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I just want this gone so I figured I'd do a lotto. This wool isn't in the greatest shape. Some is felted, some of it needs a good wash and shave, etc. I don't want to take measurements so I will just describe sizes. ETA: Shipping these as a lot in a padded flat rate envelope.

Number your post and give me some easy/cheap breakfast or dinner recipes! I'll use a random number generator to pick the winner. Closes Sunday night 8:00 cst.

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Skirty medium
Ruffle butt soaker medium
Shorties medium
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Soaker super felted large, short rise

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Old 07-19-2013, 07:38 PM   #2
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Re: Wool-All Sizes

#1 Interested in the Large Soaker

Easy is Eggs with cheese/meat and hasbrowns or fried potatoes, bell pepper etc and roll it up into a breakfeast burrito..leftovers work great too
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:49 PM   #3
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Breakfast: Hobo Skillet: Dice leftover baked potatoes, fry in bacon grease until crisp, place in dishes. Cook eggs over easy. Place on top of potatoes. Top with shredded cheese, a squirt of ketchup and a squirt of hotsauce. Mix all around so the yolk and sauces mix to perfection.

Lunch: PBJ rollups/sushi: tortilla, spread with nut butter, drizzle with honey. Then add frozen fruit, a whole banana or a few chocolate chips. Or all three Roll up and serve or cut into little sushi bites.

Dinner: Sloppy Joes from scratch: Dice 4 stalks celery finely and an onion finely. Sautee in olive oil for a few minutes. Add 2 lbs ground beef cook until brown. In a bowl combine 1 cup ketchup, 1 can tomato paste, 4 T brown sugar, 1 T molasses, 2 T worchestershire, 1 T apple cider vinegar, 2 T chili powder, 1 T Cumin, garlic, paprika, salt, pepper. Pour over meat and simmer until thickened. This is a double batch. Freeze half for a quick meal.
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Halupki Casserole
I make a few changes when I make this so it's a Paleo diet recipe. Instead of tomato soup, I use two cans of tomato sauce and 1 can of diced tomatoes. Instead of sugar, I use 3-4 packets of Stevia and instead of rice, I use riced cauliflower (chop up half a head of cauliflower into big chunks, place in blender, fill blender with enough water to cover the cauliflower, then press pulse button into it's chopped into rice sized pieces, then drain the water and use like normal rice).
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Eggs (we have chickens, so if you have some they would be free), vegetarian bacon(you can always for find deals on morning star brands) or real bacon if youd like, harsh browns or fried potatos and tortillas for breakfast or dinner

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An easy and cheap breakfast or dinner for us is quiche. Take a prepared pie shell straight from the freezer and add some stuffins. We use diced ham and cheese. Beat 5 eggs and pour on top. Put in the oven at 400 degrees for like 20 minutes or until the eggs are cooked. It's delicious!!
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Easy breakfast: Chorizo sausage, a couple of eggs and a can of corn. Throw it all in a pan & chop it up. Cook until eggs are scrambled and chorizo is cooked through. Toss the whole mixture into a corn tortilla - yum!
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I would love to enter, thank u!

This is relatively easy and my kids love it:

Make pancakes and add some fresh fruit to them. We do strawberries or blueberries.
Preheat the griddle and create very large pancakes.
The fun part is letting the kids cut shapes with cookie cutters!

My kids use hearts, tree, stars lol very cute!
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1 or 2 how about chicken and tomato stuffed zucchini http://www.bhg.com/recipe/chicken/chicken-and-tomato-stuffed-zucchini/?socsrc=bhgpin082812chickenstuffedzucchini
looks like a easy light summer meal! and healthy! thanks for the lotto!
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I like to throw chicken in the crock pot with two cans of black beans, a jar of salsa, and a pack of taco seasoning. After the chicken is cooked add a pack of cream cheese and a can our two of corn and serve over rice and/or with tortillas.
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