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    This is an adaptation from my Grandma Smith's green beans. Green Beans are not crips but full of flavor. Grandma used her own home canned green beans, and cooked all day on the stove. I use canned beans when I can't get fresh. But I like the crock pot for cooking, using less energy.

    Recipe #318921

    From his Backroads & Side Streets Cookbook.

    Recipe #317448

    3 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    From Kraft. I could not find a "just Rhubarb Jam" here so I decided to post one.

    Recipe #316297

    I did not find one here so I posted this one. From A Kitchen Bible, says can use it for Bear also. Author Marg Stav

    Recipe #316160

    I like this salad, it is flexable to your own taste. The number one thing to do is make it Eggy. 2 eggs to 1 potato. I skin my potato's if the skin is tough, but if useing New Potato's or Yukon leave skin on.Raised in the northwest I like Idaho Russets. No use loosing the nutritional value under the skin, and easier on the wrist than peeling.But if you do not like skins peal after cooking, and cooled it is easier. If you prefer sweeter salad use sweet pickles and juice. I like bread and butter pickles an use them if I have them in the refer.

    Recipe #316156

    4 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    I know this sounds kooky- but after all where did I get this recipe but in an old tool box ! It is dated 7-2006 at the bottom. I think the idea is a good one so I wanted to share, no I have not made it YET ! You can cook for a lot of people in a short time. Just boil water instead of getting out the omelet pan! Read on ....

    Recipe #304154

    1 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    I did not, get this from any one ! This is a hand-me down recipe, my Mom, Grandma, her Mom Ect.... Like it love, "tweek" it to your own taste. I have never been told YUCK just where did you get this recipe? Simple, tasty, smokey and loved !

    Recipe #299091

    Carnival corn dogs. No I have never made these just always been on the eating end of the project.

    Recipe #295977

    This is in loving memory of Mom Tony this is why it is in this cookbook. Recipes were written by hand and have little or no measurements but I will try to get this right.

    Recipe #295863

    2 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    From Taste of Home- Jo Maasberg, Farson Wy. I have made this with venison/beef 50/50 and we all loved it, served with cornmuffins.

    Recipe #295852

    I like mine SPICY, ICY COLD and with a celery stalk. I have always used the by guess & by golly method, But this Sunday decided to measure it out, and share.

    Recipe #295513

    Baked wild bird is really moist cooked in gravy, we like it with cooked rice spooning the gravy over the Rice or Mashed potatoes. I have another recipe here in the scraps some where, it uses a lot more ingredients but better. I will post it asap, but I think it is in the shed for the winter with my Italian recipes.

    Recipe #295042

    1 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    This is just an outstanding tarter sauce. But it makes a lot, so I use the by guess and by golly method of cutting this down on the, worchestershire., and horseradish for the 2 of us. But I think it has the right combination of ingredients.

    Recipe #294991

    This is a recipe my Dad uses and my friend Doug. It can be adapted to make breakfast sausage also. It is easy to make, and make it any time of the year from frozen-thawed meat when the mood strikes the cook.

    Recipe #294597

    4 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    The Apple butter, will tenderize pork because of the acid in the apples. I like Apple butter becaues of the spices in it, but for those how do not like spicey use regular apple sauce yes, you can use sugar free apple sauce. This is a one pan easy clean up dish, and one the kids love to. I have also used a crock pot on low for all day cooking for 1/2 a day.

    Recipe #293115

    When Dad would go hunting this is one of my fav's. If your not a Kraut eater forget it! If you are enjoy this one. I usually get the neck roast of the elk,moose, or beef to do this with along with Dad's homemade Kraut.

    Recipe #292949

    1 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    Mom made this when we were kids. My sister and I still make it, for our families. Makes great use of leftover mashed potatoes. This is a recipe we have never measured, just by site, it is only 3 layers and easy!

    Recipe #292939

    With these simple ingredients, these are the best I have found. You will not taste the salty Soy Sauce the potatoes obsorbe the salt. This is all to personal taste and I have added other "things to this". This is a basic recipe for you're BBQ.

    Recipe #290797

    Large bowl full of Delicious Italian pasta salad. This salad has lots of YUM to it. I'm ask for this recipe all the time, and can only say well this is what I start with, them add more seasoning to my own taste. But this is a good start on the spices, and ingredients are always subject to change to your own taste.

    Recipe #270214

    3 Reviews |  By Cheri B

    Chocolate Milk is always a fav.

    Recipe #264353

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