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The Serial Killer Cookbook

Bring your love of true crime into the kitchen with meals ranging from the bizarre (a single unpitted black olive) to the gluttonous (a dozen deep-fried shrimp, a bucket of fried chicken, French fries, and a pound of strawberries), inspired by Ted

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Ashley Lecker is a true crime lover, avid recipe developer, barre lover, and general history nerd. She is a graduate of Edgewood College in Madison, WI, and UW-Green Bay. Ashley previously worked in the public sector for the House of Representatives

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Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo was born on March 16, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. Jhené began writing poetry at 6 years old. At 13, she signed to a major record label and began her career as a recording artist. Today, she is a ...

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The Self-Love Workbook for Teens

Discover how to change your attitude, build confidence in who you are, and genuinely love yourself through the guided activities and real-world advice in this easy-to-use, friendly workbook for teens and young adults. As a teen, life can be stressful, whether from worrying about looks, performance in school, relationships with friends and

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In the mood for something between a patty melt and a grilled cheese? Try this delicious version of a #ChoppedCheese recipe (originally from NYC) from Flippin’ Awesome Backyard Griddle Cookbook. You Need: -ground beef -1 small onion, minced -1 tablespoon onion powder -1 tablespoon garlic powder -1 tablespoon pepper -1 teaspoon salt -9 slices American cheese -3 hero rolls, or other similar bread -butter or cooking oil, as needed Toppings -lettuce -tomato -ketchup -mayonnaise -pickles -mushrooms -bell peppers -jalapeños -marinara sauce -Thousand Island dressing -breaded mozzarella sticks 1. Bring the griddle grill to medium heat. Coat the surface with butter or your preferred cooking oil. Place the meat on one side of the griddle. 2. While the meat cooks, chop it into small pieces with a spatula or scraper. Season with the onion powder, garlic powder, pepper, and salt, and continue to chop and cook the meat until it turns from red to pink, and then brown. 3. When the pieces are small and barely cook through, add the onions to the meat and divide into three equal portions and cover each portion with three slices of cheese spread evenly across the meat. Cover to allow the cheese to melt quicker. 4. Scoop up one of the meat portions and serve it on the bread. Adding any combination of some of the suggested toppings would make this sandwich even more delicious. . . . #grilling #grillmaster #grillingseason ##bbqnation #backyardgrilling #grillingrecipes #bbq #bbqlove #cooking #cookingathome #foodstagram #yummyfood #cookbook

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