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Hot Ham Sandwiches

Last night for dinner, I decided to try something unusual and totally new - Hot Ham Sandwiches.  I added cheese, because just from reading through the recipe, it seemed like cheese was a must.  And when my other half bit... Continue Reading →

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Quirky but Delicious Cheese Sandwiches

Cheese sandwiches are pretty straight forward to make.  I think we've all made cheese sandwiches before, and had them come out just fine.  I've always, always used sliced cheese, other than a brief, inexplicable period during my teens when I... Continue Reading →

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