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Boy, that's one heck of a party! Do you store all that for winter?
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That is really beautiful. I can't even imagine cooking all of that. You must be quite talented. I would probably have burned half of it!

Wish I was invited to that party.
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They're not all in one day.
I do a lot of outdoor cooking
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Looks awesome! Would you mind sharing recipes? I'm particularly curious about what's in the muffin tins in the 5th picture and how they're made....
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Looks awesome! Would you mind sharing recipes? I'm particularly curious about what's in the muffin tins in the 5th picture and how they're made....



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I hope these are old pictures! I'm thinking 10 year old frozen meat would not be good. Although a friend of mine has had a McDonald's hamburger wrapped in the original paper in a room temperature drawer for over 5 years and not much has changed with it, not even the bread.
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I hope these are old pictures! I'm thinking 10 year old frozen meat would not be good. Although a friend of mine has had a McDonald's hamburger wrapped in the original paper in a room temperature drawer for over 5 years and not much has changed with it, not even the bread.
Lol, yes they are random pictures from various cooks.
I still have an Amish mustard egg that I will be testing this year, I made it 8 years ago and have eaten one every year for the last 7 years.
When I first made them, Someone asked how long they would last and I said forever, so I've been eating one every year since then, I have one left.
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How does one store an Amish mustard egg?
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