My attempt to duplicate a MN State Fair favorite; after attempting to contact the MN Turkey Grower's Association with no luck in obtaining the secret recipe. From what I understand, the state fair turkey is deep fried -- this version is crockpot cooked and very easy.
This recipe originally came from Judd Farr on an episode of Calling all Cook's -Food Network. I adjusted the quantity for my use and I use this to baste my chicken on the grill. I used to tease my boys if they were bad - I'd put vinegar in their mouths; when they found out that this recipe has vinegar in it --they said the chicken must have been bad- thus the name! This is one that our family uses on a regular basis. It makes a lot of basting sauce - so don't be alarmed - I usually use 1/2 of the sauce and store the remaining for another time.
One of my co-workers found this recipe from a local grocery store; when we have potlucks we hope he'll make this salad. It's very easy and very tasty - but you really can't go wrong with bacon and parmesan-now can you? (The cooking time - includes the minimum chill time.)
My Mom used to make this as a special breakfast treat when we had company or for holidays. It is a baked pancake/custard. I like it with syrup and sausages served on the side. The Finns would often serve with jam or fruit preserves and of course coffee.