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    Something with gooey cheese?

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    Lately I have been craving for something with gooey cheese like pizza. Does anyone have recommendation?

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    Nachos using pork rinds instead of chips

    Egg plant slices smothered in cheese and garlic and tomato.

    Or, just put desired cheese in the oven and bake it by itself! So good.

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    Stuff I Make My Husband: The Great Pizza Experiment

    Or cheese fondue using non-bread dippers

    Or A Year of Slow Cooking: Brie With Pecans and Cranberries Slow Cooker Recipe (obviously use non-candied pecans and use unsweetened dried fruit)
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    Jalapeno Poppers - I'm making some today. What I do is gut the peppers, fill with cream cheese, roll 1/2 uncooked bacon around the outside and secure with toothpick. Grill on LOW - otherwise you'll have a big fire and black peppers about 45 minutes. Serve with ranch dressing. Made these for my Open House, and there were people congregated around the crock pot (keeping the peppers warm) all the time. My builder never strayed very far away! When you take the guts out of the peppers, you take away the heat. Good cold too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiker View Post
    Jalapeno Poppers - I'm making some today. What I do is gut the peppers, fill with cream cheese, roll 1/2 uncooked bacon around the outside and secure with toothpick. Grill on LOW - otherwise you'll have a big fire and black peppers about 45 minutes. Serve with ranch dressing. Made these for my Open House, and there were people congregated around the crock pot (keeping the peppers warm) all the time. My builder never strayed very far away! When you take the guts out of the peppers, you take away the heat. Good cold too!
    Ooh yes, poppers are soooo good! For something slightly different, I slice mine in half and gut them, add some cream cheese, and top them with cheddar cheese and bake them until the peppers are soft and cheese gooey (20 ish minutes?). Phenom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jqbancroft View Post
    Nachos using pork rinds instead of chips

    Egg plant slices smothered in cheese and garlic and tomato.
    Why did no one ever tell me this before!? I've been stressing about what I'm going to eat fresh salsa with this summer. Thank you pork rinds.
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    Stuffed chicken breasts. Cut a slit in them, length wise, stuff with cheese of choice, add topping of choice and bake. i usually make this with a soft cheese and put a couple of tomato slices over them, sprinkle on chopped chives and drizzle with olive oil. You could easily do mozzarella and pizza topping, or something else.

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    An omelette with lots of cheese is always good, plus you can add all kinds of other good stuff to it.

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    meatza!
    veggie gratin (not just for potatoes any more)
    cheeseburger in a lettuce wrap (or simply bunless on a plate)

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