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    Senior Member arimuse's Avatar
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    I wanted to put this in the recipe topics but couldn't get to it (not in the dropdown where I am in the system) -
    so, for fun, if you cook (and draw!) this is just a fun place.
    It does have nice recipes and is very creative and fun to look thru -
    http://www.theydrawandcook.com/

    (kids and grands will LOVE this site! Look up soups, they have a recipe for "dragon soup" how cute it that. It says to use 1 dragon tail, but if not available 2 cans of chicken 'n rice soup will do!)
    sharet

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    What a cut idea to get kids interested in cooking, thanks

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    This is a fun website; thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you!

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    Thanks for sharing . :lol: Will have to show it to my dgd. :lol:

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    Cute! I've posted a recipe for elephant stew here before.

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    Senior Member arimuse's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by laalaaquilter
    Cute! I've posted a recipe for elephant stew here before.
    I will have to look up elephant stew!! lol, it sounds like a great meal - maybe like dragon soup - sharet

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    Thank You so very very much for posting this link. I have a self-contained classroom and we love to cook. These recipes will be fun to cook and read too.

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    Senior Member arimuse's Avatar
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    you're welcome - what is a self contained classrm? sounds interesting sharet

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    I have a autism unit but I prefer to just say self contained program as it doesn't put a defined label on a program or students.... my label is dysfunctional quilter among a thousand others. I can't wait to print, share, and vote on what to cook first.
    Vicki :)

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