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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 5:57 PM

1 - lb. sausage (chucked)
1 - cup celery (chopped)
1 - cup onion (chopped)
1 - cup rice
10 - oz. package brocolli
4 - tablespoons butter or margerine
1/2 - cup milk
small jar cheese whiz
salt and pepper to taste

Boil brocolli until tender. drain well.
cook sausage until almost done.
saute celery, onion in butter until tender.
combine all ingrediients, mix well.
Bake at 350 degrrees for 30 minutes

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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 5:59 PM
Never tried this one at trail rides...but if you make them ahead...they would do great heated up over the fire!! LOL

Cabbage Rolls

~2 lg. heads of cabbage
~3 1/2 lbs hamburger
~1 cup rice uncooked
~1 onion, chopped fine
~1 egg, beaten
~2 tsp salt
~1/2 tsp pepper
~1/2 tsp garlic salt
~3 cans tomato soup
~3 CUPS beef broth

Scald leaves off of head in boiling water. Lay on paper towels to drain. Combine beef, rice, onion, egg, salt, pepper, garlic salt. Mix all together and add 1 cup of beef broth plus 1/2 can tomato soup. Roll meat mixture into cabbage leaves and fold leaves over to hold in meat...lol Mix remaining soup together to pour over cabbage rolls while baking. Makes 2-9X12 pans of cabbage rolls. I also lay the small pieces of the cabbage that I couldn't use to roll up the meat in over the tops of the cabbage rolls. Bake @ 350* for 2 hours. These freeze well and can then be re-heated for a quick meal!


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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 6:29 PM
!!!HOT!!! Pork Chili

~5 lbs. pork roast cubed
~1 onion chopped
~2 lg cans chili beans (spicey)
~56 oz tomatoes, crushed and drained
~16 oz tomato sauce
~2 oz chili powder (yes, 2 oz!)
~1 green pepper chopped
~1/2 tsp garlic powder
~1/2 tsp cayenne pepper powder (red pepper)
~2 jalapeno peppers, chopped
~1/2 tsp black pepper
~1/2 tsp salt

Brown the cubed pork in a skillet with a small amount of oil. Drain. Put pork and all other ingredients in a large stock pot. Cook on low heat stirring about every 15 min for 4-5 hours or until pork is good and tender! I like to serve with warm tortillas! Good...but hot!


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Posted: May 13, 2004 at 6:45 PM
~Punch Bowl Cake~

~1 pkg Duncan Hines Butter Cake Mix, baked as directed
~1 lg pkg vanilla instant pudding mix, mix as directed and chill
~1 lg can strawberry or cherry pie filling
~1 lg can crushed pineapple (w/ juice added)
~1 lg box of real cool whip, made according to directions!

How to make...

In Punch Bowl:

~Layer pieces of butter cake cut into small chunks.
~Layer vanilla pudding.
~Layer pie filling.
~Layer pineapple w/ juice.
~Layer cool whip.

Repeat the layers two more times....ENJOY!


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Posted: May 2, 2006 at 11:53 AM
* Kinda Sorta Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole*
~ My Variation ~
26 ounce bag frozen country style Hash Browns
2 cups shredded Colby Cheese
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons butter ( or oil to fry hash browns in )
dash of garlic powder
1 teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon Black Pepper
¼ cup onions
¼ cup green peppers
½ cup ham
1 can of mushroom soup
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Saute onions and green peppers till tender, set aside.....
I fry my hash browns in a skillet, till they start to brown... turning till most are seared.... set aside...mix mushroom soup with milk.... ( add a few extra mushrooms if ya got ‘em ).... add mushroom/milk mixture to hash browns, onions, peppers, Cheese, ham, garlic, salt and peppr... pour in greased 8X8 baking pan.... bake at 425 degrees till top is golden brown ( 45-60 minutes....)

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Posted: May 2, 2006 at 11:56 AM
An old topic revived! ! !...While in the chat this morning... some of the recipes on this post were mentioned... threw a lot of searching I finally pulled it up...Many times when a topic is posted for awhile.... they get forgotten.... and although they may contain good ideas or information.. they get lost in the shuffle...
Maybe it is time to dust some of these older topics.. and review them again ? Some of the post are by members who have passed on....But it brought a smile to my face when I read their post, and remembered the life that exuded from within them, as they wrote the post way back when......
How many of us bother to scroll to the bottom of the this page to see ...
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How many of us have taken the time to read the “ success stories “ or “Articles “- how many of us ever realize they are even there ? Take a walk down Memory Lane...... look at some of the older post...there is a wealth of good information tucked away in the archives here....................... Syc

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Posted: May 2, 2006 at 12:43 PM
For a delicious BBQ'd steak...or anything else for that matter...
Gun Powder (Ribeye) Steak BBQ

{Thanks to Horseygal13 for naming this recipe!!}

honey (preferably raw honey)
garlic powder
ground coffee
powdered sage
black (or white) pepper

drizzle honey over the steaks, then lightly sprinkle coffee grounds over steaks, then add other dry ingredients...throw them on the grill, cook to desired doneness (is that a word? well, it is now LOL) you can add virtually any seasoning to this recipe, I do, and have yet to pull a bad steak off the grill. For a different zing to the the steak, add a drizzle of EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil).

I use mesquite, or mesquite flavored charcoal. In Texas, the only way to pay homage to a good steak is to use mesquite! ;)

I've used this on chicken, pork, ham, everything I've ever grilled...even briskits!!

BTW, this is NOT a rub, or a marinade...use this recipe and throw the steak on the grill...comes out so tender, can almost cut with a fork!

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Posted: May 2, 2006 at 1:06 PM
ok ok here we go again...enjoy...................1 lb sauseage or venison ...//3 eggs...3 slices of bread....1 cup milk.........1 cup cheese....,,,cook and drain sauseage tear bread into pieces...lay sasuseage in to a cass dish .......stir in bowl lightly mix eggs n bread n cheese n milk then pour over sasuseage and place in refrigerator overnight , ...... , bake at 350 for 45 min ,,serve with applesauce and tomatoes

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Posted: May 2, 2006 at 4:53 PM
Salmon Patties

1 can (approx. 7 ounces) salmon
1 egg
1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pepper
1 onion diced
olive oil, enough to cover bottom of skillet

Drain well. In mixing bowl, combine with egg, bread crumbs, salt, pepper, and onion. Make patties about 3 inches in diameter; fry in oil until brown on both sides about 10 minutes. Sprinkle with salt as desired . These also go good with potatoe cakes . Washy

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Posted: May 2, 2006 at 4:59 PM
Potatoe Cakes
2 cups leftover mashed potatoes
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
1 egg beaten
1 teaspoon salt
dash of pepper
1/3 cup flour

Add onions to mashed potatoes. Mix in the beaten egg,flour,salt, and pepper. Shape into patties. In a skillet warm oil on medium high heat , brown patties until cooked and browned on both sides.

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