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    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

    My first rip to South Dakota about 10 years ago, I befreined a local new Coffee Shop. I was scouting to find the annual spring migrations fo Snow Geese. I had closed my Marine business a few years before and was "catching up" on hunting-I never before had enough time to go do only sell. If you're going to mind the store I had to be in the store selling what the guys needed for their hunting rips. Therefore, close the business so that I could go hunting and enjoy the sport. HENCE COFFEE SHOPS, 4,000 MILE ROAD TRIPS AND NEVER HARVESTED ANY GOOSES.

    Recipe #476706

    This Italian derived breading mixture has been used several times at Sunday's Farmers Market in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Fresh ingredients have been used in the tasting but dry ingredients may be substituted into this breading.

    Recipe #444829

    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

    Topping for Mini Muffins, Farmer Market fruits and basic Muffin Praline recipe. I.A.N.'s Farmer Market serves at the Farmers Markts around the Madison, Wisconsin area. Modified from original recipe #454352

    Recipe #492637

    Quick and easy potatoe pancakes that I will continue to search for the taste I remember from the early 70's in the restaurant across the street in Madison, Wisconsin.

    Recipe #471003

    My Sister in laws delicious waffles. Matthews boys brunch Sundae is 2 waffles with ice cream between them slathered with my Mom's Strawberry Jam and all covered with maple syrup! Yummmmmmmmmm! And for my daughter's work friend, who likes my pairings, Coffee & Korbel brandy is perfect!

    Recipe #490109

    A simple mix to make booyah Chili or Wisconsin Chicken booyah soup/stew.

    Recipe #511313

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

    Recipe #483983

    Taken from #197742 by Tigerlillyblu recipe and adapted to be 4 times original quanity. Will be used both in tacos and salads at farmer market food stand. Tiger's About me is very similiar to how I am approaching hobby cooking.

    Recipe #493255

    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

    Started with C C Angus beef steak tips to develop a good Great Lakes area breakfast sausage for Hilldale Farmers Market. Modified from original recipe # 164092 by Montana Heart Song

    Recipe #476705

    A great basic salsa recipe for Farmer Market Cafe. Leave beans in it is Cajun. Do not use Black Beans and is Pico de Gallo for Mexican. My son in law does a black bean salsa version that competes with our local Roundys store in madison, Wi. This recipe is from the cookbook "Cajun Revelation" from the Acadiana's Award Winning Chefs, 1995 edition by the American Culinary Federation, Acadiana Chapter.

    Recipe #487797

    This is a very quick and easy appetizer or entree for Crabby folks like me that get too involved into volunteering. Need a quick easy meal for a function? THIS IS IT! Make it cold. Serve it cold and call it "whatever". Recipe is from one great local neighborhood restaurant in Monona, Wisconsin. Rossario's often serves this lunch item, along with several other signature dishes, during the week days. All you do is a little rough chopping of Crab and veggies, put into regrigerator and chill. Serve it up as an appetizer before any full 3 course dinner.

    Recipe #421956

    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

    An excellent cold soup made easily from fresh vegetables. Gaspacho soups will be either Spanish or Italian. This one is similar to an Italian restaurant version and modified by an old country boy in Wisconsin. Served at Troy Garden's annual "Savor the Summer" festival in August 2009. This soup is best made by the K.I.S.S method (keep it simple silly). Just stick to the basic non-vegetable items and use whatever veggies at hand.

    Recipe #384079

    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

    The Matthews/Richter Women spend the Sunday after Thanksgiving until the second Sunday in December making Christmas treats for friends, relatives, fellow employees and employees and then distribute 80 to 100 Sweet Treats before the holidays. All of us are sick of sweets before the Holidays start. Then we "graze on finger foods" during the Holidays. In January we end up buying new pants. AMAZING that the pants all shrink so fast! !

    Recipe #493174

    Homemade noodles from the Pioneer Woman blogs. This description will be a work in progress to discover what my old memory remembers of when I was a kid. Formica tables, rolled noodles, folded over a wood dowel clothes rack, throwing the noodles in the area to help dry - [of course Mom was in the kitchen]. First recipe used in was added basic chicken and stock for Chicken Noodle soup. Did remind me of my Mom's chicken soup. Someday soon we will be fusing Fried Chicken memory in my head with the "Chicken & Waffles" I have heard about through some googgle searches. These noodles are going to be used in new recipe adapted from Rossario's Restaurant's recipe for the "3 P's" - Peas, Pruscitto, and Orcettee.

    Recipe #492476

    This recipe is the result of several different comfort snacks prepared while in Biloxi, Mississippi's Gulf Coast. A group of people from Madison, Wisconsin made several trips to Biloxi to assist in Katrina Relief . The experience was so overwhelming and gratifying, that I had to come up with something to keep those memories alive. Most of these ingredients were used in evening snacks to relieve some of the stress that we felt after seeing the devastion brought on by Hurricane Katrina. To this day, I still prepare it for many different community functions and charity events. The basis of the recipe was adapted from the many Texas and Mississippi Cavair recipes on this site. Particularly, Babs in Toyland's #14904, Thanks Bab's!

    Recipe #416670

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