I had this at a Birthday Party. A cousin I barely know gave me the recipe. It was one of the best dips I ever had for crackers and veggie. Everyone raved about it and noone could guess it even had pickles in it. Try it you will be suprised.
I use this for venison, it is really good if you arent fussy about innards. Almost just like a roast. Please make sure you dont use baler twine treated with linseed oil in error of cooking twine. I did that once and ruined the whole meal.
This is a great recipe, it has been passed to many people who have tried it and what a good recipe to can. Especially one that doesn't need a pressure canner. This makes a medium to mild salsa, it is less spicy when it cools. Add more peppers if you like it really hot.
I made this up when making my first batch of chili at age 20. I thought all the recipes I saw looked boring. With all the beans you get a nice texture and appearance. I make big batches for DH to take to guys he works with and for my grandfather each year and everyone raves about this recipe. Meat can be browned then all put in a crockpot for 8 hours on low but it never all fits in my large oval pot so I would prepare for that. This freezes very well.
This was a favorite of mine growing up that my Mom used to make (likely still does). It is really good, a great tasing gravy type sauce, a whole meal in one and it tastes like you worked hard. Great meal for company when you dont want to spend the day in the kitchen. The meat can also be cup up, mixed with the veggies and made into a stew for freezing afterwards, good on bread too. I have done beef and pork roasts this way.
I just found this recipe at my Moms on a recipe card which I wrote out when I was around 8 I think. I remember making it for dinner and it was good however I would likely use it on noodles now instead of as a soup and add some veggies. The original recipe card said Chicken Stew (crossed out) soup. Put in pot cover with bacon can cream of mushroom 1/4 cup milk tsp vinegar 1/4 cup flour cufer cook low 8-10 high 5
My Italian Aunt often made this when we went to visit. I was just given the recipe. It is so good and so easy to make. You can use any leafy green like spinach or turnip greens but romaine has a nice sweet flavour so it was always the first choice. This is more like a chili/stew style soup.
(I was given this recipe a few years ago). It is one everyone will ask for. I took it once to a Birthday Party and was asked for the recipe by at least 5 people including the host. These can be served for dinner on rice or taken to parties and kept warm in a crockpot until serving. They can also be made ahead of time and frozen.
I had a similar recipe at a local winery, I loved it so much I came home and invented it. This is pretty close. Everyone I have made it for liked it, a good meal or side dish. I found no extra spices were needed and the juice from the veggies made a good sauce.
My dog loved these, I took a taste too since it was human ingredients and they werent bad (a little on the dry side but my dog didnt think so) I imagine you could make them without the bread machine if you simply keaded the dough, let it rise and knead again just like youd do for bread.
My bosses wife gave me this recipe that used to belong to her mother. They are wonderful and easy to make. For my first canning experience she had fresh beets and leftover liquid so she sent me home with them, the recipe, her canner and jarss. I have been canning ever since. (Regarding Pressure canners: I dont have a pressure canner however I checked one of my canning guides and it stated to process pints of pickled beets at 10 lbs for 10 minutes. Thats sounds correct as most things I have seen says a pressure canner cuts the processing time in half compared to a hot water bath.)
This was in a United Emire LOyalist Cookbook with a note that it was originally from a 20th century cookbook from 1906. It is much more powerful than any you buy. Good in a pinch if you are out and happen to have the other ingredients on hand.