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    2 Reviews |  By Ackman

    This should be the "State Burger of Wisconsin"!!! I had one of these at a roadside family restaurant/bar & grill in northern WI, a couple years ago.It was GREAT!!! I've tried to replicate it & I think I'm pretty close. If you can't find bratwurst patties, remove the casing off of an uncooked bratwurst link & make a pattie out of it.(This is for just one burger)

    Recipe #411984

    I developed this Chili recipe several years ago & I won 2nd place in a local chili contest. It's become a family & friend favorite...my brother-in-law is considered a "chili connoisseur" & he says it's the best he has ever had! One time, a friend's wife ate 5 bowls of it, that I KNOW of.....YIKES!!! Hope you enjoy it, too! BTW....I do NOT put in kidney beans or macaroni, but you do whatever you like. IMO that's a darn good way to ruin chili!!!

    Recipe #411716

    This came from my wife's Grandma, who was from Germany. This is best served warm.

    Recipe #411690

    Knowing that I love Blackberries, a good friend & fellow cook from Ohio sent me this recipe. It's originally from the Braxton County WV Sr. Citizen's Cookbook. We really enjoyed this...hope you do, too!!! This is for a single batch & can easily be doubled.

    Recipe #411445

    3 Reviews |  By Ackman

    I LOVE good lemonade...natural or pink...Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter!!! This is from our former church's cookbook.

    Recipe #410518

    1 Reviews |  By Ackman

    IDK how "Russian" this is, but this is SO good & refreshing, hot or cold! This is how I remember it from my teen years...(that seems like a hundred years ago.)

    Recipe #410506

    I've tried different rubs, but this is my favorite.I developed it though trial & error. This can be doubled or tripled, if desired. For best results, store in a glass jar with a good sealing cover, like a clean jelly or mayo jar...Tupperware-type container is NOT recommeded.

    Recipe #410170

    Found this in a regional cookbook. Haven't tried it yet, but it sounds "interesting".

    Recipe #409393

    2 Reviews |  By Ackman

    There are some people (even Norwegians) that don't like lutefisk...I'm one of them! UFF DA is having Swedish meatballs at a Norwegian lutefisk supper!!!

    Recipe #409386

    This recipe is from an original 1910 "Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes Cookbook No. 3", that I bought in a small antique shop in eastern WI about 5-6 years ago This is how it is written.......

    Recipe #408926

    This is from the WFLA/ZCBJ Lodge #141 Bohemian Hall Centennial Keepsake Cookbook, Cadott, WI

    Recipe #408924

    I got this from an old Bavarian Meat Mkt., years ago. Everyone raves about...hope you do, too! It comes out so moist, tender & flavorful! HINT: Stay away from the spiral sliced hams...they have a tendancy to get overcooked & dry out.

    Recipe #408082

    Being a GB Packers fan, I just HAD to make my pea soup like this!!! Remember that nice meaty ham bone you have leftover from Christmas...or perhaps the one in the freezer from Easter??? Use it in this recipe. you could also add a couple chopped tomatoes. Like any soup or chili, this is best when made a day or 2 ahead of time & reheated to really enjoy the flavors!

    Recipe #407167

    2 Reviews |  By Ackman

    The bacon & sour cream give this a great flavor!

    Recipe #406923

    This may not be the healthiest, but it is SO good!!! The original recipe came from a little hand-typed Amish cookbook. The only change I made was I added some onion...I love fried potatoes w/ onions!!! HINT: Never use "new" potatoes...they do not fry well...whites fry better then reds & golds.

    Recipe #405889

    1 Reviews |  By Ackman

    IDK where my wife got this. She made this for Christmas gifts, last year for the family...we have 3 Sons & 9 Grandchildren & they all LOVED IT!!! We got requests for it again, this year, but didn't find the recipe until now. She asked me to put this on the Zaar for safe keeping.....& to share! We put in quart size wide-mouth canning jars that she had painted/decorated.

    Recipe #405764

    1 Reviews |  By Ackman

    I'm not much on Sweet Potatoes or Yams, but my family loves them, so I did a check on the Zaar. Got a few ideas & came up with this....my family absolutely LOVED them!!! Even I liked them...hope you do, too!

    Recipe #405763

    Remember the movie about a 6 ft. tall white rabbit named "HARVEY" starring Jimmy Stewart? Well, as good as rabbit meat is, this does NOT have any in it. As-a-matter-of-fact, there's NO meat in it at all...it was however inspired by the movie. One of the leading charecters had this sandwich & it sounded so good I just HAD to try it....it's now one of my favorites!!! So simple to make & very few ingredients! (Oh, BTW....Harvey was a POOKA.)

    Recipe #405548

    Chuck Steak is usually tough & tasteless, but not when prepared like this! I like making a gravy with the drippings & serving it with Recipe #331767 Choose a boneless chuck steak that isn't too fat, but has some nice marbling. You can also use Beef Short Ribs for this.

    Recipe #404458

    I wanted some beef ribs, but it was too cold to fire up the smoker/grill, so I threw this together. It takes several hours to cook, but it's well worth it! Start this the night before for best flavor. You could make this on a smoker/grill, too. {Follow mfg.'s directions) I would suggest using Oak Chips, if smoking them. Serve wiith my Recipe #311907

    Recipe #404133

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