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    The_Swedish_Chef
    Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:20 pm
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    I haven't made this recipe but it's sorta what I was talking about, but uses ALL Wild Rice.


    HAMBURGER WILD RICE CASSEROLE

    Read more about it at www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1742,144176-255197,00.html
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    1 c. wild rice, washed
    1/4 c. chopped onion
    1 1/2 lbs. ground beef
    1 can cream of mushroom soup
    1 can cream of chicken soup
    1 can mushrooms, drained
    1 can sliced water chestnuts, drained (opt.)
    2 beef bouillon cubes in 1 c. boiling water

    Put wild rice in kettle, cover with 4 cups boiling water. Simmer for 5 minutes. Remove from heat, let stand 15 minutes before draining.
    Brown onion and ground beef. Drain grease. Combine all ingredients. Season to taste with salt, onion salt, paprika, celery salt, Lawry's, etc.

    Bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours, covering for first half of baking, then uncovering. Serves 12.


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    Keepalowprofile
    Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:03 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
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    Hello to all my fellow Minnesotans.

    I am new to this site... Just signed up today.

    Before my heart attack on Feb 18 2012 I cooked and ate anything I pleased or should say anything that pleased me.

    After my heart attack, The only thing I have been sure I could have was water, Lots of water.

    This morning, I decided to search the internet for low salt, low cholesterol meal ideas. My search brought me here to Food.com
    The first recipe was for ICE CUBES 0_o
    The recipe looks simple and I think it will compliment my water nicely.
    The_Swedish_Chef
    Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:07 pm
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    Keepalowprofile wrote:
    icon_biggrin.gif

    Hello to all my fellow Minnesotans.

    I am new to this site... Just signed up today.

    Before my heart attack on Feb 18 2012 I cooked and ate anything I pleased or should say anything that pleased me.

    After my heart attack, The only thing I have been sure I could have was water, Lots of water.

    This morning, I decided to search the internet for low salt, low cholesterol meal ideas. My search brought me here to Food.com
    The first recipe was for ICE CUBES 0_o
    The recipe looks simple and I think it will compliment my water nicely.


    Welcome, fellow Minny-so-tan!!!! How lucky you are, to come back from the brink! And, it didn't hurt your sense of humour, either! LOL LOL

    I'll have to try that recipe you found called "ICE CUBES." I haven't had ice since I left home. icon_wink.gif
    Keepalowprofile
    Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:31 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thanks Chef,

    The day I lose my sense of humor is the day they shut the lid on the pine box.

    That wild rice recipe looks great.
    I love wild rice. I like to prepare it a little firm and then make a salad, Like macaroni salad but with wild rice instead of the macaroni.
    It tastes good and when its a little firm its fun to eat.

    I am guessing the wild rice is okay on my new diet, I'll have to check that.
    I'm still learning.
    KayBeeOakdale
    Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:46 am
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    Haha... .too funny!
    Chisholmite
    Sat Apr 07, 2012 2:01 pm
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    Potica (po-teet-sah) is a rolled nut bread. The dough is stretched paper thin, then a nut mixture is spread over the dough, then it's rolled up like a jelly roll and baked. I'm from Minnesota's Iron Range and this treat has been served at nearly every family event & holiday... I'm part Slovenian, I think it's an eastern European bread. Pasties, not sure if their specific to a nationality or not but were popular to the miners as they were easy to transport. Sarma, not sure where they originated but being a true Minnesotan, I've incorporated SPAM into my meat mixture!
    pammyowl
    Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:55 pm
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    Hi, everyone!wave.gif I just found this tread, Connie Lea, why didn't you tell me!? I am a fellow, ya you betcha Minnesotan, born here, moved to many places, but always end up back here!
    My favorite MN. cookbook would have to be From Minnesota With Love, both II and II.
    Wild rice soup is a favorite for me, and casseroles. Chicken Huntington, my grandmas recipe, is my fav. casserole. And, of course, anything rhubarb.

    Who wouldn't want to live here, with blisteringly hot summers, not to mention mosquitoes, and 20 below winters, right? icon_lol.gif
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