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On Sunday we would gather at great grandma's house to have a family dinner. There were aunt's, uncles, and cousins sitting around the table. Some of us propped up on phone books so that we could reach. We'd talk, eat, and mix our corn in with our mashed potatoes. But most of all we laughed. You can read more at:

August 08, 2007

BBQ Beef Sandwich

I was going to make sloppy joes last night, but then found out that I didn't buy the sloppy joe this is what I did instead:

1 loaf of French bread
1 lb ground beef (we use ground turkey)
2 cheese slices
1 bottle of BBQ sauce

brown the ground beef (or turkey) drain and rinse
put meat back in skillet and pour 3/4 bottle of BBQ sauce (more or less depending on taste)
cut French loaf in half lengthwise (like you are making one big sub sandwich)
scoop out the bottom bread slice until it looks like a boat or a canoe
add the meat to the hollowed bread
cut the cheese slices into halves and put on top of the meat
place the top of the bread on top
put in the oven for 10 minutes at 350 degrees

remove from oven when the cheese is melted and the bread is a little browned around the edges.

Serve with salad, fries, corn - whatever you like.

I love those dinners that I happen upon by chance...thankfully the family loved it too.


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