Crab Cheddar Melt

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  1. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    Crab Cheddar Melt

    1 can lump crab
    1/4 cup chopped onion
    1/4 cup cream cheese
    Spice to taste
    Topped with sliced extra sharp cheddar

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  2. Old Hick

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    Thanks! Just think, i'm sitting here eating a bowl of bean & bacon soup, and you post this... Thanks a LOT!.... LOL

    Looks Good.


    Stay Safe.
     
  3. orygun

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    I agree with Old Hick!
    I'm just getting ready to make something for lunch and you're making me drool like crazy! Now nothing I can make will satisfy me!!
     
  4. Barefoot343

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    Dang you Trismn.
    whats under them english muffins?
     
  5. Redcap

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    Uh...a cutting board?
     
  6. Barefoot343

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    a bunch of round cutting boards huh?

    OK... I guess I worded it funny. what is under the mix, is it english muffins?
     
  7. Trlsmn

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    Yes, English muffins. My son made the cutting board for me in shop class.
     
  8. sheepdip

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    dont you have some grass to mow or something?
     
  9. SPU

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    Another version is mixing some old english cheese with crab to taste. Put the mixture on English muffin halves that have been lightly toasted. Put a slice of tomato on top with a piece of cooked bacon on that (bacon optional). Bake at 200 degrees until eveything looks good. You can cut in quarters after they come out for parties, or eat 'em up as is. Delicious.
     
  10. Trlsmn

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    I had all my grass dug up and put in rock, no mowing! :bluelaugh:
     

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