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February 06, 2008

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Mom

I can't remember which version your Grandma W made but I do know that the first time I had this (not too long after your Dad and I got married) it seemed to have more than one layer of the cheese mixture and the noodles and the meat. All I know is that it was rich, and it was heavenly. I have been in love with this dish ever since. If you made it again you had better had some put aside to bring over to your mother. Yummy!

a.grace

who knew beef could be so darn photogenic?
it looks scrumptious!

barbie2be

oh, yum! this is what you made the night i came to dinner. :) Mmmmmmmm

Chris Lemon

Holy wow, and today I was looking at the package of egg noodles in my pantry and saying "ya know, I haven't made tuna & noodles in a while." No more. Those are now earmarked for THIS. :)

Chris Lemon

Holy wow. And today I was looking at the package of egg noodles in my pantry and saying "Ya know, I haven't made tuna & noodles in a while." No more. Those are now earmarked for THIS. :)

Mrs. L

Mom - I think the casserole dish Gram made this in needed to be layered more than the 9x13 pan. I'm sure it would work either way.

a.grace - looks good and tastes good!

Barbie- Yep, I wanted to serve something special :)

Chris - So glad you're going to give this a try up in that Seattle weather, it will be perfect.

Jodi

This looks delicious! I'll have to give it a try.

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