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    Stew meat, wild game, or tough cuts of meat in small 2" or smaller chunks. When cooked, freeze the meat and sauce separately.OAMC if you wish. Simple recipe! If there is bones in the meat, cook for 20 minutes 15 pounds pressure.

    Recipe #190821

    Quick and easy.Sour cream and dry ranch dressing mix, then add cheese and as many toppings as you like. You may add chopped cooked chicken, turkey or diced cooked ham if you wish, but this is a good meatless meal! Let your creative side out!

    Recipe #190325

    You can serve cold. If you serve cold you can use Splenda sugar blend or Splenda brown sugar blend. This does not have to be cooked. If heated & served warm, use regular brown or white sugar.

    Recipe #188074

    Created from tortilla chips which were crushed.At Christmas time, recipe is called Rummy Tortilla Cookie Crisps with rum added. They are crispy, crunchy and soft.10 minutes for soft, 12 minutes for crispy. Note: If you add more brown sugar plus spices and white chocolate chips as the reviewer stated, this will be a crisper sweeter cookie. I really appreciated the comments, but watch...being flatter, they will burn easily. I drizzle a white glaze on top for gift giving.

    Recipe #187863

    We traveled with a cooler plugged into the lighter oulet in the semi. Juices,fruit,milk berries held. Recipes originated in Door County when I picked up the sweetest, biggest rasberries this side of heaven. Enjoy!Recipe is for one big serving,We hauled part of a log home from Montana to the shore of Lake Michigan. The ridge pole was so long it stuck out over the truck hood and to the end of a 52' trailer. Not fun when you have rough roads the huge pole is bouncing on top, Enjoy! P.S. The bozo who owned the property opened our truck cab and jumped in and took a picture of the cab and sleeper without permission! How rude! I had unmentionables hanging to dry in the back! He said, I just wanted to see how truckers lived and to record this day. He wouldn't let us wash our hands, just for family use, we had to walk down to the lake!

    Recipe #187189

    Seasoned with dry spices and sour cream, baked and topped with shredded cheese, peppers and olives.

    Recipe #186944

    A Crockpot sauce or Oven sauce.Chop all the vegetables at once. Then dump vegies,tuna and liquids in the crockpot or greased casserole dish and forget it.This is so easy!

    Recipe #186796

    Texture and taste means so much to the visually impaired and visual appeal to the sighted. I have tried to accomplish all with this recipe. No almonds, onions or bok choy or napa cabbage--just green cabbage. Enjoy!

    Recipe #186415

    A side dish to serve with cabbage & fish & coleslaw dressing.Quick to prepare and cook. Garlic & green or hot pepper lovers add as much as you like.Photo shows the patties after being pressed in a measuring cup to bake.

    Recipe #186068

    Canadian bacon,mushrooms & chopped vegies are additions to this creamy dip.Add more or less, your choice. Served with sliced meats or crackers,chips or fresh vegetables.If you don't want the bacon,leave it out.

    Recipe #185153

    Bake two chicken breasts, cut in strips and make this batter to bake them in oven. Great crowd pleaser. I was able to get 18 chicken strips from two large chicken breasts. Ranch, Picante, ketchup or Sweet & Sour dips can be served. Chicken can be cooked ahead, cut and cooled, ready for the batter.

    Recipe #185128

    I have revised this recipe. Cooks have told me it has been too juicy. When it is time to fill a pie shell,(if you desire) you can peel two apples and add sliced apples to this filling or raisins and nuts if you wish.Sprinkle 1/4 cups flour and 8 dots of butter before adding top crust. If you don't want a top crust,I have added recipe for oatmeal crunch crust.(Due to juicyness of some peaches i have revised this recipe and hope you now do not have any problems with it. Also slice your peaches at least 1/2 inch slices in width or a little more.

    Recipe #184882

    In Montana you wait for the huckleberries to get ripe, then you try to buy some to make this jam. They grow on West side of the Rockies. Then it is time for Jams, jellies, pies, ice cream, creams, it is a very small berry, dark purple to dark red and has a good taste.

    Recipe #184684

    At the fair we ate Tator Pigs, sausages cooked in a whole potato with sour cream, butter and salt and pepper. Then the local vendor couldn't sell them any more. This is my adapted recipe. A definite kid pleaser!

    Recipe #184243

    Just take heavy duty foil and the squash and knife or fork. The campfire does the work.

    Recipe #184239

    Save the mesh bags that have avocados, oranges or lemons.You can use all of the veggies or just the ones you like. Boiled, mashed together and seasoned. Great with fish, bratwurst, polish sausage or chicken.

    Recipe #184238

    This is a simple recipe. I always cook my rice with a microwave rice cooker. Fast, easy and foolproof rice. You may add leftover cooked pork, precooked bacon, drained cooked sausage.

    Recipe #184116

    Do you remember making mud pies when you were little? This is the memories I get when preparing the pears to puree. Peel, stem, cut end and then squeeze in your hands over the blender, you are left with the seeds still encased in the core in your hand to throw away,and you have every bit of the pear for the blender. If you have a good blender you don't have to peel. But you get that gooshy feeling but the good thing--you can eat it. And the mud didn't taste very good. I make the sauce because it is more versatile. You can thicken to make a heavier sauce after opening. You can swirl it into muffin or cake batter. You can flavor a milkshake or ice cream. Use on cooked ribs, pork or ham.

    Recipe #184101

    Fast, can be made ahead,served in peppers, ramkins or plates. Cardomom, Garlic Salt and white pepper pep it up!Try French's Cheddar Cheese Dried Onion Rings on it.

    Recipe #184080

    If you want that zing, try this over ice cream, sponge cake, cooked roast pork. You may thicken the juice for the sauce. It is so good! I had fun making this recipe, so easy. If you can't get dark red Bing cherries substitute other cherries.

    Recipe #183586

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