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Recipe Name: Anderson House Taco Salad Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/22/2014
Base: Vegetables Comments:
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 4

Ingredients: Directions:
VDRJ67A------------------------------ : A couple friends :
Plenty of margaritas : Beer for the guys 2 lb Ground beef 1
pk Taco seasoning 8 oz Sharp cheddar cheese; shred 1/2 Head of
lettuce; cut finely 2 Tomaotes; chopped up 1 Onion; chopped fine 1
Pace picante sauce, HOT 1 pt Sour cream 1 pk Unflavored taco chips
-OR- : - Taco salad bowls - shells : - to be baked
in oven Number one rule, invite friends over!!! Have a pitcher of
margaritas made and the beer cold!! Once friends arrive, start the
festivities. Put everyone to work. Brown the ground beef and drain;
add the taco seasoning and water according to the packet directions.
While doing this, have someone else chop the veggies and shred the
cheese. If using the taco salad bowls, bake them in the oven. If using
taco chips, smash them up. While working, pour margaritas and beers
and take sips every now and then. Supply bowls to place all the
ingredients in separately. When everything is done and ready to go,
sit down at table. Make sure everyone has a beer or margarita!! Pass
everything around and let everyone make their own mess (salad). One
last important thing - the GUYS get clean up duty!!! Posted to
MM-Recipes Digest by "John Weber" <> on Feb 25, 98

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