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Ruddell
 
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I haven't gone over yet this year but will make a point when we do...

http://tinyurl.com/4bzjn


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Dennis

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"Ruddell" > wrote in message
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> I haven't gone over yet this year but will make a point when we do...
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> http://tinyurl.com/4bzjn
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> Cheers
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> Dennis
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Hmmmmm... That's close to how we/I make our sandwiches... well... actually,
the one made abroad is the overkill version of mine. LOL

I caramelize onions then set them aside. On the inside of two pieces of
bread I spread lightly with Miracle Whip (Light, usually), then spoon on the
onions and put the cheese in place, close the bread slices together.
Meanwhile, I melt a little bit of butter in a skillet, lay the sandwiches in
the skillet and lightly toast on both sides and serve!

Cyndi


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Rick & Cyndi wrote:
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> Hmmmmm... That's close to how we/I make our sandwiches... well...
> actually, the one made abroad is the overkill version of mine. LOL
>
> I caramelize onions then set them aside. On the inside of two pieces
> of bread I spread lightly with Miracle Whip (Light, usually), then
> spoon on the onions and put the cheese in place, close the bread
> slices together. Meanwhile, I melt a little bit of butter in a
> skillet, lay the sandwiches in the skillet and lightly toast on both
> sides and serve!
>

Good, for sure. At our place you won't get the MW 'cuz there's never
any in the house, but in the summertime you will get slices of a
just-picked backyard tomato. We skillet-toast the sandwich halves
open-face to make it easy to add the tomato.

-aem

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