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  • This stuff is awesome! Made a double batch, and have very few jars left…seems like everyone who shows up at the house just “has” to take a jar home, or they’re surely going to die!!!

  • Finished making a batch of these this morning…oh my my…they are fabulous! Didn’t add the red bell pepper, but they are fabulous without it! My son-in-law was eating them hot as I was packing them in the jars! Had a half jar left, so my 20 year old daughter sat and ate the whole thing. […]

  • Hi Jim!!! I agree…share those recipes, lol!!! I love to smoke things, too, and am always looking for great recipes! I think I’ve smoked almost everything I can get my hands on…from cheese, to fish, to…well, any kind of meat…you name it. I have some wild hog in my freezer right now that I’m contemplating […]

  • Oh man, Jim, you made me HUNGRY! We always make this cobbler when we go camping, but it’s been awhile since we’ve been able to escape to the lake or woods. Our favorite combination is apple pie filling with a caramel cake mix. I can’t find the caramel cake mix just anywhere…Duncan Hines is the […]

  • Oh man…Cheesy Rice is the best. I’ve never measured out my ingredients before, so I think that I’ll make it for dinner tonight just so I can create the recipe! Sounds like a good excuse to me! I’ll get the recipe posted this evening!

  • ThumbnailMy husband’s grandmother was one of the sweetest ladies ever. When you were around Granny, you knew you were loved. She didn’t have to tell you, you just knew. It was evident in everything she did. Her faith and her family were the most important things in life, and her gentle, fun loving spirit captivated everyone […]

  • Mix pumpkin, eggs, sugar, flour, and cinnamon well in very large bowl. Add evaporated milk one can at a time, mixing well after each addition. The mixture is very thin, so I usually position my empty pie shells in my oven, then use a large measuring cup with a pour spout to fill them. This […]

  • Tow Lady commented on the post, An Old Dish Obsession 9 years ago

    Oh my…I have an “old dishes addiction”, too, and I don’t intend on ever stopping. There’s something about them, especially the ones that have come from relatives who have passed, that just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. Keep on collecting, and know that when you’re scouring the stores for more, you’ve got a […]

  • Pour broth into slow cooker. Pour contents of packets into the broth and stir well. Place roast or stew meat into broth mixture. Cover and cook on high until tender, usually 5-6 hours depending on roast size.

  • What a great story! I had to laugh while reading it because it brought back memories of some of my more memorable recipe failures. They’re some of the most fun to laugh about…now. I wasn’t laughing much then, lol. Thanks for a great start to my day!

  • Prepare the casings as per directions on package. In a blender or food processor, make a puree of the onion, garlic, coriander, marjoram, mace, mustard seed, and paprika. Add the pepper, egg white, sugar, salt, and milk and mix thoroughly. Grind the pork, beef, and fat cubes through the fine blade separately. Mix together and […]

  • ThumbnailMy husband adores hot dogs. A-D-O-R-E-S. He is meticulous in how he prepares them, too. He’s not one for a soft hot dog bun, as I am. He lays a piece of bread on a plate, slices a couple of grilled hot dogs in half and lays them on the bread, then slathers it with chili, […]

  • This is awesome! I made it a couple of weeks ago, and we’re having it again tonight…my husband fell in love with it! He asked me yesterday if I would “fix that creamy corn stuff you got off that Chicken website that you’re addicted to”, lol!!!

  • This has always been my go-to recipe for Gooey Butter Cake. It’s so good, and so easy! I really watch it and don’t let it get too brown around the edges. Oh wow…now I think I’ve got to go make one!

  • Thursday is D-Day…my daughter is coming over to help, and chili dogs are on the menu for that night! She’s a little squeamish about the casings…kind of funny since she works in Pathology/Histology and handles body parts all day long. We’ll see how they turn out. If they’re nasty, it’s off to the local whole […]

  • I found the casings at a local Farm/Ranch store that sells everthing from baby chicks to cowboy boots, canning jars to hardware, etc. The main sites I found that used the pink curing salt were the die-hard sausage makers. I did a little more research and found out that the pink curing salt is sodium […]

  • After looking at recipes until my brain hurts, it seems that the main argument is whether or not to use the pink curing salt. Some do, and say that there’s no other way to make sure they’re safe, and then some don’t…they say the curing salt is bad for you. Most of the recipes seem […]

  • Has anyone here ever made their own hot dogs? My husband’s doctor told him to eliminate as many preservatives/additives from his diet as possible, and to never eat processed lunch meat, hot dogs, sausages, etc. again. Most of this isn’t too bad. I’ve made my own breakfast sausage, my own bread, etc. (thanks to recipes […]

  • Oh, holy cow…I don’t even like chocolate cake, and I ate 2 pieces!!! Made this to take to my mother-in-law’s for an evening playing cards…she’s a chocolate freak, and I thought she’d like this…boy, was I ever right! Great recipe, and I’ll use the frosting for lots of other things, too.

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