After much research on other Food.com recipes and some other sources on You Tube, I came up with the following. Nice heat, but won't cause you to breathe fire; you still get the taste of the peppers. Great over cream cheese with crackers, but also excellent on pork, burgers, whatever. Yum!
When we moved to the country, we had a kind neighbor that welcomed us and shared knowledge with us. He had raised meat rabbits for many years and was very excited when I showed interest in cooking one up. Mr. Perkey shared this recipe with me, and while I've tried other rabbit recipes out there, I really enjoy this one the best. Maybe it's homage to his memory - he passed away November of 2012 - but me, my husband and three little ones all gobble this up.
I got this from my MIL on Labor Day - one of the best dishes she's ever brought to share. It's fun to mix half a red cabbage and half a green for more color. Great with BBQ meals, fried chicken, and more! Take it easy on the salt, you can always add more after it sits in the fridge.
I was in a great hurry to make a side dish, but was in the mood for stuffed tomatoes, so I threw this together and we really enjoyed it. You could top this with more cheese, or increase the amount of bacon. I can't wait to make this with the tomatoes ripening in my garden now!
Taking the best from others and cutting out anything that's non-primal. When you can, make this with free-range, pasture-fed eggs, pork, cream, butter and cheese, and the veggies from your backyard garden or locally grown. You really don't need bread for a breakfast casserole - it's just a filler, and the texture/flavor is just as good when you refrigerate the mix overnight.
My grandmother's dear friend Indabelle passed this recipe on to our family. These were a big hit with everyone, and we all enjoyed getting in the kitchen to help make them. Even when we were little we could help pinch the roll mix shut, and nothing was more fun than slicing a hot brook open and slipping in a slice of cheese to melt. My grandma always made lots of extras and froze them. They are easy to pop in the microwave for a good comfort food snack, and you don't have to eat the hot roll part, so you can save yourself the carbs by discarding it once it's done its job melting your cheese!
Thanks to William (Uncle Bill) Anatooskin (recipe #46262) for inspiring me with LOTS of great ideas on my Turkey. I also combined a variety of other tips found online to make this the best, moist-est (!) turkey I've ever made. Next year I think we're going to raise our own birds, and I've heard lots of folks talk about how the Butterball-variety turkeys really aren't so great, but a Butterball is exactly what I used when I did this. It was unbelievable! For marinating, it helps to have a big food-grade bag (I used a Reynolds Oven Bag Turkey Size -but for marinating, not for the cooking.) Non-stick foil is also handy as are some gallon-size Ziploc bags.
Thanks to JustJan's Crock Pot Venison Roast (#119152) recipe for inspiring my 2011 Thanksgiving Venison Roast. This was my husband's first year hunting and he nabbed a deer his first day out. I wanted to commemorate it by serving a venison roast to our family on Thanksgiving Day. It rivaled the turkey - really a big hit! Thanks JustJan for laying the foundation. I hope others enjoy this twist!
This recipe was passed to us by our 70 year old neighbor. The man loves his deer. He suggests enjoying this with some onions and pickles on your choice of bun ... beer. Me, I ate them with mashed potatoes and gravy ... and beer.
This stick-to-your-ribs chili recipe has a sweetness to it that offsets the hot-but-not-too-hot burn that follows. I started with my step mom's recipe and made it my own. The amounts below are really "guesstimates" which makes it a little different every time!
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