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Old 02-08-2009, 05:46 AM   #1
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Where would you put a receipe for ya'll's benefit on this forum. The Motor Home, Trailer Life, etc mag's all have a section - Do we?

The reason I ask is my Mother, born in Germany in the early 1900's, made the best Roast's and gravy you ever have eaten. I have gotten the receipe from my Sister who can also make killer Roast's. I thought I would share this receipe with you folks. I am working on posting pictures and the receipe here (or where-ever) very shortly---

I am not going into the cooking business, just want my RVing friends to enjoy what I did so many years ago. As a fellow RV'er puts it ----- "RV'ing- Time well wasted" !

Cheer's,
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I would post it in RV Gourmet.
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Old 02-08-2009, 06:28 AM   #3
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The Beaver,

Thank's I'll do it!!
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