muskellunge (also known as muskie or musky) are large freshwater fish of north america. they are the largest member of the pike family, and are primarily found in the great lakes region. cooking time is approximate based on the size of the fish. from th
my grandma lorraine stromgren would listen to wcco radio's joyce lamont as she broadcasted a daily recipe. my grandma would sit by the radio with pencil in hand to write down those recipe favorites! a cookbook was published in 1979 after 10 years of recip
after a recent move, with all that unpacking,, i came across a perpetual calendar from gooseberry patch that i'd stuffed in a drawer quite awhile ago. we moved to wv during a really hot spell (temps over 100* for many days). so you can imagine, on jul
almost a perfect reproduction of the original pancake house special flapjacks.
make this the day before you need it and re-heat right before serving time. thanks to susan branch ("autumn") for this wonderful recipe. on the day of serving, prepare your "serving bowl" by baking a hollowed out pumpkin (remove seeds & stringy gunk,
susan branch has the most delightful books (and illustrations) filled with the most interesting recipes and home-making ideas. this recipe comes from her "summer" book, with a few of my own personal changes. feel free to switch ingredients, more or less
not too far from where we live, there are huge cranberry bogs where over half of the cranberries in the us are harvested. so, i'm always on the look-out for another good cranberry recipe. this one, from susan branch's *autumn* book, really fits the bi
limpa bread is a traditional swedish rye bread which is flavored with molasses, anise, and orange peel. limpa bread is moist and extremely flavorful with a rich, almost intoxicating odor. this bread is extremely popular in sweden and in areas with a large
this is one of our family traditions that has been passed down from generation to generation. my cousin tammy and her mom have made the best for years so no one has really attempted it - until the family gatherings slowed down and i found the recipe. gu
when i was younger, there was a type of pasta called juniorettes. using that type of pasta, my mom always made a favorite summer/weekend lunch- which we called juniorettes. however, all of a sudden, the creamette company decided to quit making that type o
trying several corn chowders, i decided to try to come up with one with a little more pazazz. atfer many errors, i developed this hearty corn chowder. i use jimmy dean or williams brands of hot sausage to spice this soup up a bit. my husband, who's not m
i "invented" this one just today (2-18-10) when i got really hungry for something that would be both hearty and easy to prepare. it sort of looks like the devil in the skillet but the eye appeal is much better on the bun and it tastes great. use a decent
this is a classic what some might call bbq sandwiches. while true bbq afficianados will certainly deny it the term bbq, it's sweet tomatoey , beefy tang is always an easy crowd pleaser. besides being delicious on a bun, it's a wonderful topper for baked
easy chickie recipe originally from the cookbook, kitchen keepsakes, by bonnie welch & deanna white. your family will think you've spent the whole day in the kitchen with this delightful dish.
my husband loves this and i make it about once a week for him. friends and family have asked me to make this for them and for get togethers. this salad is basically put together with anything you like in a salad. so you can add or not use what is listed.
butter, cream cheese, confectioners' sugar, cool whip and pureed strawberries - that's it. of all the from-scratch, healthy, gourmet appetizers i made for the family holiday, this is the one they finished and wanted the recipe for. go figure. it is fluffy
i was given this recipe by an older woman from ok, 30 years ago. it is always a hit with adults who spend time trying to figure out the ingredients as the chili sauce makes it look like it has some kind of ground meat in it, and they can see the eggs and
i clipped this recipe from an august/sept 2000 issue of taste of home magazine. originally posted by j. messina, this delicious bread is so easy, and is a favorite of ds.
this came from r.f.r.,..about a year ago. i love them.
i'm always on the lookout for veggie recipes for my vegetarian daughter. i loved this easy recipe, which can be made heartier by adding some grilled chicken pieces or smoked sausage slices (for the non-vegetarians of course!) the eggplants are "2 small
adapted from eat better america, this is a no fuss holiday beverage! yum!
if you can't walk past the pretzel stand at the mall without stopping for a pretzel dog, these are for you! they are delish with this spicy sweet curry mayo. if you're a traditionalist, serve them with mustard and ketchup as well. from cosmopolitan in the
i got this recipe yesterday from a recipe group and made it last night. the original recipe called for jack cheese (and only half the amount), low fat milk, no garlic or onion or parmesan and used white bread. i played with it and this is what i came up w
this was adapted from a recipe on another food website. i make this often as it is very moist, and very versitile. i hope you enjoy is as much as my family does! ps. it makes awesome meatloaf sammies if you are lucky enough to have any leftovers! :)
this one will brighten your day! the blend of these ingredients generates a light, yet robust and flavorful brunch sandwich. i love egg sandwiches for brunch and was thus resolved, this week, to come up with one that would be the best i ever had and one
an easy, filling, summer pasta salad to tingle your tongue and tummy
i reverse-engineered old dutch french onion dip and created an easy "fresh" alternative that i personally think tastes far better than old dutch or lays without all the unpronounceable additives and preservatives. i hesitated to refer to this as a copyca
tangy-but-sweet! this is a great way to use up the oversize cukes that get missed in the garden. zucchinis also work well in place of the cukes! quantities listed are approximate--you can fudge or substitute a bit and still have excellent results. no
after looking over all the cube steak recipes this is what i came up with. my family loved these and now they want cube steaks at least once a week!! fork tender you don't need a knife for these! mashed potatoes go well with these.
very tasty. the port wine adds gives a little pizzazz.
you can make this sauce easily at home. from copykat.com (http://www.copykat.com)
source: emeril lagasse www.foodtv.com recipe from "everyday is a party cookbook", by emeril lagasse, with marcelle bienvenu and felicia willett, published by william morrow, 1999.
another one i found in the nebraska kitchens cookbook. have fun and experiment with different fruits. if you don't have a cast iron skillet, any heavy pan will do.
i loved the broccoli soup i was getting in the restaurants but they were rare on "good" soup. therefore, i now make my own and everyone loves it. this is also good if you have some grilled chicken to chop up and throw in.
this is not only fantastic hot, but also exceptional cold. if you like blue cheese,you will fall all over yourself on this wonderful meat loaf.
started making these years ago; when oldest daughter was in high school, she'd request these whenever a friend stayed over for the weekend. serve with recipe #230378, recipe #230379, recipe #208953 or your favorite jam with butter. time-saving tip: li
lovely crunchy summer salad, compliments any grilled dinner.
a very easy but beautiful stuffing to serve with your bird for the holidays or anytime of the year.
this is a simple recipe idea i came up with, being a single mom-to-be, a college student, and a member of the full-time workforce. it makes a big (for one person), delicious pot of versatile food, and it's so economical. make sure to use white pepper, it
yum! this was published in midwest living jan/feb 2009 issue. tip: if you do not have vanilla vodka, substitute 1 cup regular vodka and 1 teaspoon vanilla. *****garnish these with white or dark chocolate curls or shavings.
this is another of my favorite minnesota hotdishes. once again, this is my mom's recipe that she used to make when i was a kid.
this brownie batter comes from a mix, but the difference is adding rice crisp like cereal and chocolate covered toffee bits. if you are looking for a different brownie to prepare and you don't have a lot of time to do it in, consider these. i usually bake
this is real easy with homemade noodles you don't have to dry! and great with cornbread! i used to make this with my grandma and mom. i have altered it a little from their recipe by using soup base instead of bouillon cubes.
a very easy hot dish to prepare. serve with a crisp green salad.
this is great for someone with little time and money. i couldn't find anything this simple when i was looking so i thought i would add it. you can add or substitute many different things. my sister puts chopped sweet pickles. my grandma would put cuc
this entire side dish can be prepared in 10 minutes! that is, with all of your therapeutic chopping for prep done already) :) from the 1995 "heart healthy cookbook" of delicious healthy recipes, edina, mn. makes 4, 6-ounce servings.
this is a light and tasty dessert that can be prepared, served and enjoyed any time during the year. it is also delicious when made with other seasonal fruits besides strawberries...such as blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, pineapple, kiwi, etc...an
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