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    A very simple but delicious dish served at one of oldest Italian idenpendent restaurants in Madison, Wisconsin. Serve with bread and wine or beer.

    Recipe #283415

    Great quick and easy recipe from New Orleans, Louisana "Cajun Cookin' School". Picked up the recipe at their store/kitchen/cafe on my way back from Katrina Hurricane Relief along the Gulf Coast of USA. Has been a great treat for friends with a sweet tooth. LOL Actually my wife loves them too. I Bake'em, bag'em 6 in a bag, and we eat'em, whenever!

    Recipe #282630

    Original Pralines made with Pecans are traditional from the South. I grabbed a bag of nuts one day and did this recipe with Walnuts. Wow, turned out a little lighter and less sweet taste. Great! Now I can eat more than one at a time. Pecans too rich! Some original ingredients from Sara Dolezal, Allrecipes.com

    Recipe #287099

    A recipe my wife has prepared from leftovers at family Spaghetti Dinner. A very quickie meal during the work week. Have no Idea where it came from her family. They're all Norwegians or Germans. Hmmmmmmm somewhere it popped in! Easy, simple, and tasty.

    Recipe #353534

    Ok, enough serious stuff-now to the fun reactions to Chili Cook-Off’s! This recipe, for fun, has been seen on the internet, author unknown, it’s origin is like the original RoadKill recipe. But that’s another story! If you can read these directions without laughing, then there's no hope for you. I was crying by the end. This is an actual account as relayed to paramedics at a chili cook-off in New Mexico. Note: Please take time to read this slowly. If you pay attention to the first two judges, the reaction of the third judge is even better. For those of you who have lived in New Mexico , you know how true this is. They actually have a Chili Cook-off about the time Halloween comes around. It takes up a major portion of a parking lot at the Santa Fe Plaza. Judge #3 was an inexperienced Chile taster named Frank, who was visiting from Springfield, IL. Frank: “Recently, I was honored to be selected as a judge at a chili cook-off. The original person called in sick at the last moment and I happened to be standing there at the judge's table, asking for directions to the Coors Light truck, when the call came in. I was assured by the other two judges ( Native New Mexicans ) that the chili wouldn't be all that spicy; and, besides, they told me I could have free beer during the tasting, so I accepted and became Judge #3.” Here are the scorecard notes from the event:

    Recipe #473554

    Quick and easy way to serve American Fried potatoes; served at the Northside Farmers Market, Sunday mornings in Madison, Wi. at the Market Cafe. This spices blend is referred to as "Dale's Luv" available for sale at all the Farm Markets that IAN's Farm Market Cafe cooks and serves hot food.

    Recipe #470032

    After trying many different Fritter recipes, I realized that beignets are pretty close to fritters but are sweeter and tasty. After trying this Basic Beignet #171698 by SkinnyMinnie, I realized this was similar to what my mother called "Elderberry Blossum Fritters". We slathered those fritters with melted butter and topped with pancake syrup. MMMMmm, good!!!! These taste the same but the Confectioners suger and different flavors seasoning make them into a real treat. Plus, you can do these when Elderberrys are not in blossum. This recipe is for 160 servings. I am serving this recipe Labor Day Week End at Madison,Wisconsin's "Taste of Madison". Try using powdered chocolate, nutmeg or cinnamon for a variation.

    Recipe #321788

    Recipe used next day after the sweet potatoe and onion dutch oven bake.

    Recipe #472612

    Adapted from 2011 CookEatShare by Jackie. Jackie says; "This is not a new recipe, nor is it my own creation, but worthy of bringing to your attention. It is simple to make and so versatile in use as well. Do not know the 5 W's [Who, What, Where, When, Why] about jackie but is scap of paper with recipe printed?

    Recipe #493253

    Grandma's potato salad that always had a stronger mustard taste than the Matthews family. Enjoyed at many Richter clan get togethers when I was not working in the retail business during the get togethers. grandma Mike often referred to me as "What's his name?" Her humor was very bold and to the point. Always remember the morning after New Years when "what's his name" was feeling very lousy. That little tiny woman looked at me and says, " do you know the best cure for a hangover?" Nooppee! Mike looked at me and very lovingly, motherly, and sympathetic, says 24 HOURS,

    Recipe #506260

    An easy all around spice for a little "happy mouth" from rustic dishes. After many disasters that were way more spicy than my firiends could handle, I developed this recipe. Not spicy hot but enough for my friends to enjoy a little heat in their dishes. Add 3 tablespoons to average family quanity dish.

    Recipe #452804

    Needing a "kicked up" recipe for a Chili Dinner for a bunch of students at the University of Wisconsin Odyssey class I dug this recipe out of my "clippings to some day try". Very tasty and a little on the sweet side! This recipe is adapted from The All-American Cookbook of the ICS (International Chili Society). These delicious little morsels, made as mini-muffins, are "fingerbiting" good. The original recipe comes from Cathy and Doug Wilkey, both past ICS World Champions (1993 and 2005).

    Recipe #417888

    Recipe by NAn of Northside TowneCenter during "The Great Pumpkin Trailer" selling for Halloween 2014.

    Recipe #519248

    Community Dinner for the Northside June free Sunday Supper. Adapted from Kraft Recipes where my daughter works in the offices in Madison, Wi.

    Recipe #502219

    This recipe is taken from "the ultimate GULLAH cookbook", a book about the African American Gullah people, a taste of Food, History and Culture from the Gullah people of southeastern USA. I have slightly embellished the original recipe to put the sweet potatoe into a pastry to be a finger food vegetable. These pocket pies will be served at the Northside Farmers Market JuneteenthFest. A great tasting food combining USA's low country cooking and Australia Pocket Pies. Options are to combine sweet potatoes with a can of sliced small white potatoes. Pies are less sweet and more like a side vegetable. Or put any other vegetables you'd like to combine with sweet potatoes-bell peppers, hot chili's, leeks, etc.

    Recipe #309463

    This is a very simple recipe. Can do quickly. Tastes wonderful. A real KISS method of Iced Sweet Tea. (Keep It Simple Silly) Add a sunny day and it becomes Sweet Sun Tea!

    Recipe #430455

    April's great sauce to go over the commercial perch fisherman Wisconsin style Fish Fry.

    Recipe #483983

    A delicious sugar high, from my childhood, that the men from my family still indulge in. All the ladys just roll their eyes back in their heads, but my brother and I just keep serving ouselves and eat these Sundaes with a big smile!

    Recipe #283241

    The original recipe is from a local Technical College adult cooking class. The instructor was Rafe Montello, who I later did a food cart with at the Willy Street Fair. Willy Street is a very quirky community, with several folks giving me hell for the sweet desserts we were trying to sell. My first experience with many far left foodies. Our group "recycled teenagers" adapted this salad as a way to warm up after the annual Polar Plunge into frozen Lake Monona. The plunge raises money for Wisconsin's Special Olympics. By the way we serve stuffed Jalapenos and Chili with the salad and lotsa Wisconsin Beer.

    Recipe #282622

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