I made the tomato soup and tuna salad from the novel :)

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FlakeNoir

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Hi and welcome to the site Dani. I've just removed your link as currently we don't allow people to link to their blogs, but I have included a link to your photo instead.

To upload a photo from your computer go to the button Upload a File (bottom right of reply box) and follow the prompts. :)
 

FlakeNoir

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Ah okay, thanks! Didn't mean to break the rules, just trying to share :) Thanks for adding the pic!
No problem at all, I wouldn't expect a new member to know this right away. Currently the board rules are being updated and if there is a change in this guideline, we'll let people know. :)

Feel free to describe here a bit about what prompted you to make the recipe and how it turned out. I think it's very cool that you did this. :)
 

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SK's Gloop - who has that one? Marsha??
Working from home today so don't have a copy handy but basically I think it was to just fry up a pound of greasy (probably 80% would do it) hamburger and then mix it with a can of Franco-American (is that still around?) spaghetti. Serve with buttered Wonder bread (white, of course--we're talking comfort food not healthy :)).
 

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Working from home today so don't have a copy handy but basically I think it was to just fry up a pound of greasy (probably 80% would do it) hamburger and then mix it with a can of Franco-American (is that still around?) spaghetti. Serve with buttered Wonder bread (white, of course--we're talking comfort food not healthy :)).
Yup. That sounds right. But doesn't really sound to tasty.