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    Recipe #499500

    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

    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

    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

    Great recipe for Farmers Markets vegetables during the season. Can make as many different additions as you'd like. Not real spicy but add 3 tablespoons of chili powder to spice up. Have made at several Farmers Markets in Madison, Wisconsin, USA-people loved it.... If you want meat cook some, shred or dice, and thrown in. Adapted from an original recipe of Chef Bill Wavrin of Miraval Life Balance Spa in Catalina, Arizona, USA.

    Recipe #288600

    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,

    Recipe #287099

    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

    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

    The soup has been in my family since I was a kid. However it was long forgotten by me until my daughters asked me to make soup like Grandma did on the farm when they were little girls. Tried to do many times and always turned out BAD!! We finally, figured it out-"got to have boiled eggs in the soup". Now we have it very often in the cold months. (Hoosiers are people from Indiana, USA. Someone knocks at your door in Indiana and the remark is "Whosee theererr".)

    Recipe #281741

    From a recipe carried for quite some time....describe later

    Recipe #517330

    Planning as part of Breakfast Benefit for the Northside's Welcoming Week for the August opening of the new facility for DAiS (Domestic Abuse Intervention Services).

    Recipe #517066

    Served on July 13, 2014 for the Northside's Welcoming Week for the new DOMESTIC ABUSE INTERVENTION SERVICES (DAiS) building/facility.

    Recipe #516964

    The term "booyah!" has grown popular as an expression of satisfaction or praise. To locals of Brown, Kewaunee and southern Door counties, "a booyah" is also an event - a church picnic, family reunion or any special occasion where the community gathers to savor its one-pot-feeds-all connection. Associated with the Belgian Americans of northeastern Wisconsin, booyah can be prepared any time of the year. Indeed, it's been said that the area's early booyah feasts hark back to settlers' harvest festivals, in particular to the Belgian Kermiss celebrations of the 19th century. It's a broader-based foodway of the Great Lakes region, one probably related to the boiled meals that the area's first peoples prepared over open fires. They shared their soupy stews of wild game (or fish) and vegetables with missionaries and French fur traders, who in turn used their own terms to describe the concoctions. The name that stuck may have the same root as the French bouillon, meaning soup or broth. And sure enough, no matter how many Belgian cookbooks I've pored through over the years, I've never found a recipe that reads like the booyah - soup or event - I know. No matter. Long-simmered, thick with vegetables, booyah is more than a meal, it's a regional icon. Consume vast quantitie Terese Allen on Thursday 09/23/2010

    Recipe #516855

    Taken from a camping recipe, Cajun Breakfast Pie. This Pie is a camping breakfast of eggs, bacon, and veggies. This pie modified to be only vegetarian, is easy and can be made the day before and refrigerated. Any ingredients may be added to the basic ingredients of eggs, onions, veggies and pie crust. The pie can become NON VEGGIE by adding in 1 1/2 Lbs. cooked #476705 breakfast sausage. Do not use a pie plate to make this pie. The pizza pan gives less crust and more filling.

    Recipe #516763

    2nd attempt at smoking, tried with precooked ham with this rub. Shrunk to 2/3 Of volume before and got real tough....doing Ham need to do "low and slow"! 3rd attempt 05/31/2014.

    Recipe #515442

    Real smoking in an electric smoker for NSWM at end of season 2014.

    Recipe #515295

    Served at NorthSide Madison's Sunday Supper on March 30, 2014. Yield should be equal to 2 each 3 gallon Nesco roasters (about 45-50 serves per Nesco) and 1 each 1 1/2 gallon vegetarian Nesco. Caution use only water or vegetable stock in Vegan.

    Recipe #514407

    ESC cook off February 21, 2014.

    Recipe #513554

    Plan to use @ ESC cook off Saturday, March 22, 2014. Oops, so tired on return trip from Grandson's last Varsity High School basketball game as a lettering Freshman in DePere that I "leaked" out and missed the cook off. I'll be back next year. This grandson helped me win The First Cook Off We won in Madison area.

    Recipe #513481

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