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Old 05-31-2010, 12:52 PM   #21
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By far my New Year's Day version of French "Cassoulet". It's definitely my own recipe, & has gotten nothing but raves over many years of making it.
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Old 05-31-2010, 01:16 PM   #22
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By far my New Year's Day version of French "Cassoulet". It's definitely my own recipe, & has gotten nothing but raves over many years of making it.
Please post a recipe. Please-Please.

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Old 05-31-2010, 09:36 PM   #23
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Chicken and dumplings

I think it would be my chicken and dumplings. I simmer chicken in broth with diced carrot and celery. While the chicken cooks, I roll out dumplings made with all-purpose flour, an egg, scant cup of broth and lots of black pepper. Remove the chicken to let set. I cut the dumplings into 1 x 1.5 inch dumplings. Drop in the dumplings one at a time. Let them simmer until done stirring so they do not stick. Remove bones, skin, etc. from the chicken. Tear the meat into spoon-sized pieces. Add to the dumplings, stir and serve. Salt to taste.

This is so good on cold winter nights. It's not fancy, but is so good. It can be made with left over turkey as well.

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Old 05-31-2010, 09:41 PM   #24
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What's the missing item?
"Dawn Fresh" Mushroom Steak Sauce by Georgio. It doesn't exist in my area of Montana. However, if I saute' the mushrooms with a bit of garlic and butter I am so very close to the flavor...and my recipe is using ALL fresh ingredients. I've also stopped using jarred pimientos and just dice up fresh red peppers for my recipe.
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Old 05-31-2010, 09:44 PM   #25
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"Dawn Fresh" Mushroom Steak Sauce by Georgio. It doesn't exist in my area of Montana. However, if I saute' the mushrooms with a bit of garlic and butter I am so very close to the flavor...and my recipe is using ALL fresh ingredients. I've also stopped using jarred pimientos and just dice up fresh red peppers for my recipe.
Dawn Fresh by Giorgio Mushroom Steak & Sauce (6 oz.) ShopFoodEx:
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Old 05-31-2010, 09:51 PM   #26
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Thanks! But, other than my Instant Espresso powder, I don't buy my groceries online. Maybe it's something I should look into. I'll be checking out the availability of a few items at ShopFoodEx.

It's funny how regional food items can be, I was able to get the Dawn Fresh in Wyoming but not in Montana.
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Old 06-01-2010, 11:40 AM   #27
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Please post a recipe. Please-Please.

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Thanks for reminding me Goodweed!! Someone else on here asked me for it back in January & I completely forgot! For some reason it's not on my computer, so I'll have to type it up for you guys. Easy peasy, seasonal, & delicious! (And even sort of healthy - lol!)
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Old 07-04-2010, 09:30 AM   #28
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I'm thinking...meanwhile, i'm sooooooo going to make your Chile Verde, kayelle! Thanks for the recipe
I'm still thinking.

(By the way,where are you kayelle? Hope you're kicking up your heels this Fourth of July)

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Old 07-20-2010, 06:59 AM   #29
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Pizza is what I am known for in these parts. Depending on the party I will either make the dough from scratch at the party or I will make and bake before the party. I make the sauce which is seasoned with a bit of cinnamon and nutmeg.

I have a rule that the party planners have to have the first 5 pizza orders when I get there. After that it is on the fly and what I feel like. It makes for a very fun party.
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2 things: Souffles and Pressed Sandwiches.
Savory souffles for cool weather meals and in warmer seasons, sandwiches filled with a variety of things including grilled eggplant, red peppers, sundried tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and smoked meats. These are great in a picnic basket and a favorite with friends and family.
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