I made these for Christmas dinner. The flavor is rich; the glaze is sweet and it balances out nicely. They do take some time so be prepared to look after them.
We are a family of 4 with two kids and I made three cut them in half down the breast bone and we were full. I actually had one leftover and heated it the next day in the microwave and it worked out great.
This is a good way to use up leftover venison. I usually don't have leftovers so I have to make fresh when making this. I ground my venison with a hand grinder much like my grandmother did. I hope you enjoy an old family favorite of ours.
I made a batch of A peach Infused Vodka #274336 and was looking for ways to use it up. Another girly drink my DH says, but I really enjoy this. The peach vodka turned out very well in this. Not to strong; not too weak. Hope you enjoy this just as much as I do.
I just made this for dinner. I took two recipes to make one. It was mild, really gives you the flavors but not over powering. You can add more wing sauce or hot sauce to make it spicier if you like. Because the kids were eating this too I didn't make it hot (in flavor). I served with a salad. I hit one out of the ball park my son said.
So my husbands favorite non alcoholic beverage is mountain dew soda. He asked me if there were any cocktails with it..I really had no clue so I went searching and this is the first one that I found. We tried it and actually liked it. Surprisingly it is good it went down easily.
My DH is a dessert freak. So I let him pick out a new recipe for his birthday dessert. He choose this and it's a good thing he did. It was so yummy and a great change up from cakes. This is so easy to put together. I found this in Easy Home Cooking "Fun foods for kids" April/ May 2001 issue.
Note Cooking time is refrigerator time.
I got this recipe from my MIL and she got it from the newspaper. The orginial poster is Mary Ellen Largent from Morgan County WV. I started making these last year when my cucumber plants decided to over produce. They keep for 6 or months in the fridge. They are enjoyed by all here. Not to sweet and not to sour.
Note cooking time is refrigeration time.
This relish is great on so many things. It really makes everyone talk at the community picnic and family reunion. This relish has a nice rosy color to it. You can make it with all sorts of radishes. I used my spring radishes. We eat this on virtually everything but its really good on brawts, hot dogs, hamburgers, bbq chicken, and so much more.