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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    I sure am glad this tread got kicked up because I'm going to be stocking up soon, all this is making me hungry!
    I just stocked up, I ordered direct from Mt. House, All the different entrees along wit the "Pro-Pak" option right there. Super convenient. They take up a lot less room when vac sealed. Something to think about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brocka View Post
    I just stocked up, I ordered direct from Mt. House, All the different entrees along wit the "Pro-Pak" option right there. Super convenient. They take up a lot less room when vac sealed. Something to think about.
    Good idea, I'll check that out.
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    If you have a Fred Meyer store around, MH just went on sale for 20% off. The entrees are regularly 5.99 and then 20% off that? (If I remember correctly, Ha) Around here, they are cheaper than Wal Mart to begin with (let alone the 20% off) and they have a larger selection with all the go-too choices. I just scooped up a bunch!

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    All you Mt. Housers should check a costco if there is one near you. They have a 10 pack consisting of lasagna, stroganoff, beef stew, and chicken teriyaki for $42.00. Screaming deal.

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    Chicken and rice, Beef stew and Chicken Teriyaki for me.

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    #1 chili mac
    #2 tie between lasagna or stroganoff

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    Sweet & Sour Pork is the best.

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    funny how popular a food thread can be sweet and sour pork is pretty rocking

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    OK, I went out and bought a few Sweet and Sour Pork's to try. I hope you guys are right!

    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    funny how popular a food thread can be sweet and sour pork is pretty rocking

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    funny how popular a food thread can be sweet and sour pork is pretty rocking
    Yeah, I wanted to get a general idea of what were favorites before I spent some money on something that wasn't going to taste very good.
    "Make no mistake, it's not revenge he's after ... It's the reckoning." Doc Holliday

 

 

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