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This was really yummy and easy and used up a lot of random ingredients I had in the house. I used 1 # ground turkey becuase that's what I had and it was plenty of meat for me and my husband. I will add a little more wrcestershire and maybe some garlic salt next time. Definitely serive with Tobasco, which made a huge difference in giving it flavor and a kick.

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heather.steeves October 29, 2008

I found this a bit dry. Wasn't sure if I should serve noodles, rice or pototoes with the dinner meal. Had a savory slaw, fresh tomatoes and biscuits. Not sure I would make this again.

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jan March 13, 2008

YUM! I made this on Wednesday(sorry I am so late) and have to say this was awesome. I really would never of thought to put all these ingredients together but it works. Thanks cookiedog!! :)

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Ang11002 May 26, 2007

This is a great health smart dinner. I made a single serving and used no oil at all but added the veggies (except the spinach) and let them cook in the moisture from the beef (2 oz's for me). Just before the pan got dry I added the frozen chopped spinach and it was all ready for the egg (I used Eggbeaters)at the same time. Very quick and tasty with a very small amount of fat. Even using half of the ask for beef this made quite a large serving that I had no trouble dispatching. Cookie, thanks for a keeper.

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Annacia May 17, 2007

This was so delicious! I wanted more but there was none left because my Dad ate it all. It was easy to make too. I scrambled the eggs all by myself.

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Mini Chef Ty April 21, 2007

We loved this recipe! I had never heard of Joe's Special but what a fantastic idea! I used the food processor to mince the onions and garlic (to hide from 5 year old) and also ran the spinach through it to get it into small pieces that couldn't be picked over. The top was not on my Worcestershire so I do believe there was more then 1/2 a teaspoon left in the pan even after trying to sop it up with paper towels. DH2B is the first one to scream when I add Worcestershire to anything... and DH2B was also the one who polished off all that was left in pan - it was that good :) I made the full 6 servings hoping to have left overs, but there was nothing left. It was the perfect amount for a family of 2 1/2 (for dinner), so if you are making this for a larger family, you may want to double the recipe. Thanks Cookiedog!!!

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NcMysteryShopper April 07, 2007

This was wonderful! We love Joe's Specials and this version was great. DH was able to find some gigantic mushrooms and we used fresh spinach and this made a wonderful dinner. Thanks cookiedog for another winner that will be repeated often.

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lazyme February 17, 2007
Joe's Special