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Old 09-22-2008, 01:09 PM   #1
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Started this thread for ennthing about cooking. If you would like to shair your reicepys. Cooking tips, what you like to cook. Feel free to jump in.
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This is the guy that got me into dutchoven coking abou 10 yrs ago. i have been hooked eversince. He has a hole wall full oF awords he has won. This is a photo of him at one of the cooking contests.
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Old 09-23-2008, 10:35 PM   #4
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Dutch oven apple cobbler. I do apple my fav. In 12 in oven i use
4 box white cake mix.
1 large jar apple sause
4 cans apple pie filling
1/4 stick butter.
Place tin foil in oven and grease with butter, pour in 1 box cake mix covering bottom. Pour in apple sause smooth out to cover bottom. 1 more box cake mix, all 4 cans pie filling. And last 2 boxes of cake mix. Place dabs of butter on top in about 3 in spacing around top cook for about 350 for half an hour till top is golden brown, will hear apples gergling. Do not add water or milk it will make soggy, there is enough moisture in apple sause and pie filling . This is how i do it with the boyscouts. Its quick and easy and the cake mix gives it a sweet tast. Will post how to do from scratch later.
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Dutch oven apple cobbler. I do apple my fav. In 12 in oven i use
4 box white cake mix.
1 large jar apple sause
4 cans apple pie filling
1/4 stick butter.
Place tin foil in oven and grease with butter, pour in 1 box cake mix covering bottom. Pour in apple sause smooth out to cover bottom. 1 more box cake mix, all 4 cans pie filling. And last 2 boxes of cake mix. Place dabs of butter on top in about 3 in spacing around top cook for about 350 for half an hour till top is golden brown, will hear apples gergling. Do not add water or milk it will make soggy, there is enough moisture in apple sause and pie filling . This is how i do it with the boyscouts. Its quick and easy and the cake mix gives it a sweet tast. Will post how to do from scratch later.
Tigger, I am going to be busy now, your recipe will feed the entire Scout Troop while I cook for 1 most of the time. Hope I can reduce it down to manageable portions for about 4 to 6 servings. Nothing like a great piece of Cobbler with your morning coffee.
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tigger, i am going to be busy now, your recipe will feed the entire scout troop while i cook for 1 most of the time. Hope i can reduce it down to manageable portions for about 4 to 6 servings. Nothing like a great piece of cobbler with your morning coffee.
if you just want one serving. I did this with the boys once and sarah does it all the time. Get empty soup cans clean them put a little butter in the bottom , a nough cake mix to cover the bottom, put in a few apples from the pie filling with little apple sause. And cake mix on top, two dabs of butter, cover with tinfoil and set in fire coals , or in your oven. If i rember corectly ,one box cake mix, 1 can pie filling, apple sause. Will make about 4 soupe can coblers. Just dont get too hot in fire botttom will burn vary easy. Sarah makes them all the time. If you only want to make one, you can keep the cake mix in a container in the fridg, the apple pie filling will keep about a week in the fridg, but take it out of the can and put it in tupawair container ti will keep its flaver better. Posted a photo oF them when we did them with the boys last fall. Nothing like a hot can of cobbler on a cold day!
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Im so used to cooking for a large groop. We have 12 boys , 5 leaders, and soe times parents show up. Got to be prepaired. I have a radio comunications shelter i picked up, and i converted it into a mess kitchen for the scouts. It has 12volt , 110 volt, and two solor panels on the roof to charge the batterys, two 6 volt military deep cycle wired to 12 volt witch poweres the inverter for the 110. It can run almost 2 days without a recharge, but with the solar panels up i used it 1 week and never lost power.
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if you just want one serving. I did this with the boys once and sarah does it all the time. Get empty soup cans clean them put a little butter in the bottom , a nough cake mix to cover the bottom, put in a few apples from the pie filling with little apple sause. And cake mix on top, two dabs of butter, cover with tinfoil and set in fire coals , or in your oven. If i rember corectly ,one box cake mix, 1 can pie filling, apple sause. Will make about 4 soupe can coblers. Just dont get too hot in fire botttom will burn vary easy. Sarah makes them all the time. If you only want to make one, you can keep the cake mix in a container in the fridg, the apple pie filling will keep about a week in the fridg, but take it out of the can and put it in tupawair container ti will keep its flaver better. Posted a photo oF them when we did them with the boys last fall. Nothing like a hot can of cobbler on a cold day!
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Hay Tigger, those cookbooks are cool. I am still reading the one with the recipes, lot's of stuff in there. Thanks again.
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hay tigger, those cookbooks are cool. I am still reading the one with the recipes, lot's of stuff in there. Thanks again.
your most welcome. There is a lot of info in them. Sarah loves the cook book you sent her. I think she has cooked just about everything in it. She has been doing most of the cooking for grandma & grandpa. Grandmas feet are getting rilly bad they swell up from sugar. She cantbe on her feet long so sarah kinda took over the kitchen. And now that she can drive she does a lot of the shopping too. Im so proud of how she turned out. I just hope she outgrows this crap with her pink hair soon!
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I just hope she outgrows this crap with her pink hair soon!
Sleep and scissors can be your friend, not to sure about Sarah tho when she wakes up and it's gone!!!
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sleep and scissors can be your friend, not to sure about sarah tho when she wakes up and it's gone!!! :d:d:d
she would never speek to me again. She tryed to put red strreeks in her beautiful blond hair and when she washed it it turned her hair pink. And she liked it.
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Well alrighty then, now that fall is here and the harvest of the fields is at maxium, may I suggest this great recipe, it's simple, quick and easy to make, plus it taste's great with almost anything or may be eaten as a snack.





ICE BOX SWEET PICKLES

2 TO 3 CUCUMBERS (SLICED)
1 MED. WHITE ONION (SLICED)
1 MED. GREEN PEPPER (SLICED)

COMBINE ABOVE WITH:
1 TSP. SALT
2 TSP. CELERY SEED
STIR AND LET STAND 1 HOUR.

COMBINE ¾ CUP SUGAR AND
½ CUP WHITE VINEGAR
STIR TO BLEND, POUR OVER 1ST. MIXTURE
AND PUT IN REFRIGERATOR.
READY IN 24 HOURS.
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well alrighty then, now that fall is here and the harvest of the fields is at maxium, may i suggest this great recipe, it's simple, quick and easy to make, plus it taste's great with almost anything or may be eaten as a snack.





ice box sweet pickles

2 to 3 cucumbers (sliced)
1 med. White onion (sliced)
1 med. Green pepper (sliced)

combine above with:
1 tsp. Salt
2 tsp. Celery seed
stir and let stand 1 hour.

combine ¾ cup sugar and
½ cup white vinegar
stir to blend, pour over 1st. Mixture
and put in refrigerator.
ready in 24 hours.
that sounds like somthing sarah would love.
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As most of you already know I enjoy cooking; a lot. I have over 100 recipes in my personal cookbook and am always looking for something new, tasty and preferably easy to fix.
Do you either cook a favorite recipe or does someone else make your special dish for you?
If so, I hope you will share your recipe with those of us whom enjoy cooking, thanks.

I'll post my delicious "Beef Stroganoff" to start for you all.

BEEF STROGANOFF
1-1/2 lbs. top round steak (1 inch thick), trimmed
1 cup chopped onion
1 Tbs. chopped fresh parsley
1 Tbs. Dijon mustard
1/2 Tsp. salt
1/2 Tsp. dried dill
1/2 Tsp. black pepper
2 cups sliced mushrooms, or 1 (8-Oz) can sliced mushrooms
2 garlic cloves, minced
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
*1-2 cups beef broth
8-ounce sour cream
1 Package Grandma’s Frozen Wide Egg Noodles 16oz

Preparation:
1. Cook noodles according to directions
2. Cut steak diagonally across grain into 1/4-inch-thick slices. Place steak in a skillet with onions and garlic and brown. Add mushrooms and cook until mushrooms are tender. Add 1 cup beef broth and sift in flour, stirring often to thicken. (*you may need more broth if too thick) Add Dijon mustard and dill. Reduce heat and stir in sour cream and salt and pepper to taste.

Combine with, and serve over hot noodles.
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As most of you already know I enjoy cooking; a lot. I have over 100 recipes in my personal cookbook and am always looking for something new, tasty and preferably easy to fix.
Do you either cook a favorite recipe or does someone else make your special dish for you?
If so, I hope you will share your recipe with those of us whom enjoy cooking, thanks.

I'll post my delicious "Beef Stroganoff" to start for you all.

BEEF STROGANOFF
1-1/2 lbs. top round steak (1 inch thick), trimmed
1 cup chopped onion
1 Tbs. chopped fresh parsley
1 Tbs. Dijon mustard
1/2 Tsp. salt
1/2 Tsp. dried dill
1/2 Tsp. black pepper
2 cups sliced mushrooms, or 1 (8-Oz) can sliced mushrooms
2 garlic cloves, minced
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
*1-2 cups beef broth
8-ounce sour cream
1 Package Grandma’s Frozen Wide Egg Noodles 16oz

Preparation:
1. Cook noodles according to directions
2. Cut steak diagonally across grain into 1/4-inch-thick slices. Place steak in a skillet with onions and garlic and brown. Add mushrooms and cook until mushrooms are tender. Add 1 cup beef broth and sift in flour, stirring often to thicken. (*you may need more broth if too thick) Add Dijon mustard and dill. Reduce heat and stir in sour cream and salt and pepper to taste.

Combine with, and serve over hot noodles.
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