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    I bought this 1988 recipe book at a rummage sale last week. The recipes are from all the different restaurants in Wisconsin. So far all the ones I've tried have been Delicious. I forgot to add the cheddar cheese when I made it but it still tasted great. This recipe is from a restaurant called Mead Inn, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

    Recipe #461979

    This is from NAHC Wild Game Cookbook 1989 version. Easy to make and so tasty. Leftovers make a good sandwich.

    Recipe #460525

    I had this recipe in my "to make file" since 2005. I finally made it today. I'm still trying to figure out why I waited so long to make this. Simply delicious. Hope you don't wait as long as I did to try this recipe. I used dried parsley, regular mayo and regular yogurt because that's all I had on hand; it was still delicious.

    Recipe #450985

    I live alone so when I buy a bag of coleslaw mix I don't even use half of it. I hate to see it go to waste so I substitute the slaw mix for the 1/2 head cabbage this recipe calls for. I use my own judgment on the amounts of the other ingredients it calls for. Easy to make and tastes great.

    Recipe #450612

    A good recipe using jars of Heinz Gravy instead of "cream soups". I used an off brand of gravy once and it just wasn't the same. This works good with left over turkey or chicken and fresh mushrooms makes all the difference. Note: we are using beef gravy not chicken or turkey gravy. Although I'm sure it would be just as good using any gravy you'd like.

    Recipe #450320

    This is good served over steamed rice. You'll be in and out of the kitchen in no time at all.

    Recipe #450318

    These are so good and very easy to make. So tender they melt right in your mouth. I only made enough for one person but should have made more cause I had to test them while they were cooking and unfortunately there wasn't much left when it was time to eat. Don't leave out the liquid smoke this really makes the difference. Directions are included for baking in the oven or making on top of the stove also could be made in crockpot.

    Recipe #450317

    I got this off a jar of Heinz Gravy. I wasn't too sure about making this at first as I always used creamed soups for a recipe like this but decided to give it a shot. Glad I did. It was really good and even better the next day. I used some left over frozen turkey I had and a jar of turkey gravy instead of what is called for. I also chopped the broccoli into smaller pieces after it was cooked as I don't like large pieces of broccoli. This is one of those "what can I have for supper tonight". A real comfort food.

    Recipe #449865

    This is a really thick hot chile. I myself don't use the hot peppers or Tabasco sauce. I also use the ground red pepper instead of the crushed red pepper. I like my chili a little more thinner so I also add tomato juice. Make this on a nice cold day and it'll heat you up in no time.

    Recipe #446846

    From a wild game cookbook. An easy recipe and oh so tasty.

    Recipe #446843

    Very simple recipe and most people already have the ingredients in their home.

    Recipe #446840

    This is from NAHC Wild Game Cookbook 1989 version. Easy to make and so tasty. Leftovers make a good sandwich.

    Recipe #446839

    This is a simple 8 ingredient recipe. You probably have all the ingredients on hand for that last minute thought of having something just a little bit different. Easy recipe for beginners or those who have been cooking for sometime. I usually use less sour cream than called for, more bacon fat, and also salt & pepper the potatoes after they have been added in addition to adding salt & pepper to the sauce. Some times I don't use the parsley. Recipes are meant to be altered according to your taste. Feel free to do so. No need to add broth or any kind of liquid as this cooks up quite nicely as is. It's the low heat that eliminates the need for liquids.

    Recipe #436041

    This shrimp toast uses shrimp, pork and ham. This recipes comes from a 1992 United Way Cookbook. Prep time does not include frying time.

    Recipe #433683

    This recipes comes from a 1992 United Way Cookbook. Prep time does not include refrigeration time. A combination of chopped nuts and water chestnuts can be used in the topping if desired.

    Recipe #433680

    You can flatten these into patties by hand, use a muffin cup tin or bake in a loaf pan. They taste great but keep an eye on the baking time so they don't get to dried out. These reheated up great in the microwave for about 1-2 minutes and tasted even better on day 2.

    Recipe #433676

    Easy to make and no reason why you couldn't substitute any kind of meat for the pork. Good dish to take to pot lucks.

    Recipe #431595

    A nice easy omelet that can easily serve 6 people.

    Recipe #431594

    I have not tried this yet but it sounds yummy. Prep time does not include chill until firm time. I do not know the envelope size of the gelatin but I had to put down something.

    Recipe #431592

    This is not a real Eggs Benedict as I am not using Hollandaise sauce but it's the next best thing.

    Recipe #431582

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