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  1. Whats for Supper... 1 2 3 4 256

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  2. Chicken Aristocrat!

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  3. YUMMY PORK CHOPS

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  4. Strawberry cake :)

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  5. Candy apples, for fall!

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  6. COUS COUS

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  7. Mushrooms

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  8. Yummy Pork Chops

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  9. Maple Tea

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  10. Soap/lard/lye

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  11. For Preppers

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  12. Jalapeno Jelly

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  13. Breakfast Sandwich 1 2

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  14. What's for breakfast? 1 2 3 4 5

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  15. Baking Fish

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  16. Marie's Fun Cooken

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