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    Every year I do a group backpacking trip to the Grand Canyon. This is my preparatory recipe for one nights dinner for 10 happy campers. I'll update this after our trip in March with group notes or any changes made to the recipe. I would like to thank William (Uncle Bill) Anatooskin recipe #21960 and my mom for giving me a launching pad to create this. NOTE: All of the vegetables used are in there DRIED diced form, and the prep time does not include soaking time. P.S. THE POSTED NUTRITIONAL INFO IS WRONG. I estimate that this comes out to just over 450 calories per person of food and for those backpackers out there I think that this is about 3 1/2 lbs for 10 serving dinner. This is a back packing meal, so don't attempt this recipe with fresh ingredients in these quantities, it will not taste good.

    Recipe #356468

    Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy! I haven't made this in a long time so the yield and and cook times are based purely on my memories.

    Recipe #344750

    This is for the total chocolate lover! I know a got this recipe from somewhere years ago, but I cannot remember where, and I can't take credit for it. So if I've stolen your recipe, I'm sorry. Its my husbands favorite and I'd just thought I'd share. Every time I've made this for parties its been hit. Its a super chocolate cake.

    Recipe #344740

    Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Enjoy! This makes a strong maggie so beware!!

    Recipe #344556

    Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy! I haven't made this in a long time so the yield and and cook times are based purely on my memories. *The prep time and cooking time do not include cooling times: usually about a hour.

    Recipe #344555

    PERFECT FOR THE HOLIDAYS! (Dad and I made this by the Gallons and distributed the Christmas cheer, sans whiskey to all his friends.Who marveled at his culinary skills, all thanks to Mammy. He and I both took great pride in the goodwill and high spirits our TREASURE brought with the holiday. This was a favorite of Dad's since way before Mammy died in 1964) Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy! I haven't made this in a long time so the yield and and cook times are based purely on my memories.

    Recipe #344196

    Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy! P.S. haven't made some of these in a long time so the yield and and cook times are based purely on my memories and Mom's notes.

    Recipe #344186

    (This recipe has evolved from an X-Mas snack along side tangerines and Mammy's Float, to an assembly-line production with tins distrubuted throughout the U.S. to family.) Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy! I haven't made this in a long time so the yield and and cook times are based purely on my memories.

    Recipe #339108

    (Christmas Eve, Los Angeles, Ca, 1990. Strange new faces and not a pinched one in the bunch. Mona, Alan and Darin put a feed bag on the Okowita's and offered up their favorite comfort food. We're far away from familiar tables.) Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy! *1990 was the year my family moved from Texas to California. Our new neighbors welcomed the 7 of us with open arms. Especially after they discovered Mom can COOK and is used to feeding an army. This was one of our new neighbor recipes, which we fell in love with.

    Recipe #339037

    (Papaw always made these every New Year's. not fat free but good.) Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #338838

    Years ago Mom compiled a family cook book for my eldest sister when she went off to college. What has become of the final version I don't know, needless to say its gone. However I've got Mom's notes. I'm attempting to save these recipes by posting them here. Any of Mom's special notes I'll include in parenthesis. But needless to say some of these are not complete recipes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #338837

    I was making Muffins a few weeks ago and saw the nearly full bottle of peppermint extract from the holidays last year and wanted to use it up. The base muffin recipe is from the King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion with a few tweaks of my own.

    Recipe #338072

    This is a Thanksgiving/ Christmas staple in my family. We've been passing the basics of this recipe back and forth each of us tweaking over the years. But now that my sisters and I have been making it the past 15 years my Mom has started bugging us for the recipe back. Thought I'd share it with everyone too. Its super simple.

    Recipe #314991

    This is a little sweet, a little sour and a lot of spicy goodness. I came up with this recipe for my mother-in-law, a vegetarian who doesn't like tofu; but its based on a traditional Cajun BBQ sauce and a technique from "The Art of Tofu." The BBQ "shrimp" make a great appetizer when served with garlic bread for sucking up the sauce or as main-dish with some rice or mashed potatoes. The real trick to this is the tofu. It has to be the Japanese-Style silken tofu, which comes in the shelf-stable aseptic box. And it has to be frozen at least overnight. Prep time doesn't include freeze time or thaw time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314268

    I hate throwing out "good eats," so when ever I buy carrots from the farmers market I try to buy them with their tops. The tops have a parsley like flavor with influences of basil. The prep./ cook time depends on how fast your carrots steam, but it usually only takes me about 15 min from start to finish for this side.

    Recipe #266669


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