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Return to your Roots - Comfort Food #8127114 01/13/21 01:10 AM
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Sometimes, simpler is easier, and even better. Just plain old spiral ham and home-made mac n' cheese, tomatoes and Parm instead of salad. The original spices - salt and pepper!!

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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8127189 01/13/21 01:56 AM
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Good stuff on a cold night, mac n cheese looks legit


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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: stillhntr] #8127193 01/13/21 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by stillhntr
Good stuff on a cold night, mac n cheese looks legit

Yea it does!!


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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8127195 01/13/21 01:59 AM
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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8127304 01/13/21 03:41 AM
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I'd eat that for breakfast!


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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8127875 01/13/21 06:09 PM
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Love ham any way you prepare it.


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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8127888 01/13/21 06:23 PM
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Love me some ham.


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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8127991 01/13/21 07:27 PM
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Some of our roots are different. I had a rare steak a baked tater and a coors original


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Re: Return to your Roots - Comfort Food [Re: Blank] #8128005 01/13/21 07:34 PM
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RC: I was thinking about eating as a kid, and you probably didn't get steak and beer at home then. BUT, that does sound pretty darn good right now!!

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don't recall eating mac n cheese much growing up, but we had some form of meat and potatoes 3 meals a day until I graduated from high school and left for college. I do recall my grandmother would make a form of mac n cheese in a big dutch oven for Thanksgiving and Christmas when the whole family came to her house.


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Brings back some memories of having this for dinner, and then again for breakfast for a few days afterward!

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