Recipe

recipe box
31 Jan 2014 by filed in Recipes
Today's recipe comes from the recipe box of my mom.  This was one of her go to dishes when she was participating in a potluck.  It was always a hit and she always went home with an empty dish and requests for the recipe.  This would be an excellent addition to your menu for this weekend with the big game happening.  Another great thing about this recipe is that it has only two ingredients, and yes it can be made from my pantry.   Enjoy!   Chili Cheese Dip 2 cans of your favorite chili with...
Tomato soup, recipe
20 Dec 2013 by filed in Recipes
Brrr it is cold outside and when the weather is like this there is nothing more warming from the top of your head to the tip of your toes than a pot of hot, steaming delicious soup. It just hits the spot.  So, today I am double dog daring you to make this soup and not drool over it!  Make sure you have some crusty French bread to serve with it.  And YES it can most certainly be made with shelf-stable foods including powdered sour cream, cream cheese, powdered whipping cream (that you can get...
13 Dec 2013 by filed in Recipes
Here's the winning recipe to share with all of you from our EcoZoom Stove Contest. And here's announcing the winner...   Drum Roll Please....... The winner of the EcoZoom Stove Contest is Renee L.!  Congratulations to Renee for her winning entry "Elvis Presley Cake".  Thank you to all who sent in recipes for this contest.  It took us quite a while to go through and test them all, but Renee's recipe just hit us as FABULOUS. And we're going to share it with all of you as well.   Enjoy!   Elvis...
elk
24 Apr 2013 by filed in Recipes
I frequently hear how people plan on "hunting" for their food in a crisis or they are stocking up on the fruits of their present hunting endeavors but seem to be finding it difficult to make creative dishes. So I thought I'd provide one of my go-to methods for cooking elk or venison. I  will also add that this recipe is surprisingly good over salmon cakes. (I know! Who knew that salmon and cranberries got along so well?!)  I adapted this recipe from one I found in an old cookbook of a famous...
25 Jan 2013 by filed in Recipes
Today I’m going to give you a gift.  I’ve been working very hard on my cookbook to get it ready for publishing and as such there have been several recipes that I’ve not shared because they were IN the cookbook. But, my computer and YouTube haven’t been getting along very well and as such, in spite of all of my best intentions, the YouTube videos that I’ve made to post for specific days in this 100 Days of Prepping haven’t made it up yet. (grrrr….) So, I think that the least I can do is share...
07 Dec 2012 by filed in Food Preparedness
You're likely to curse me after you make these fabulous recipes. Oh, just thinking about them makes me drool and in the mood to bake all over again!  The tasting guinea pigs claim that even those who didn't like pumpkin enjoyed this and even those who don't care for cranberries enjoyed this. I got the recipes from Grit. I don't know if you're familiar with Grit Magazine; I only know them because I sold them door to door in Idaho when I was 12 years old. Hey, I made a nickel a piece! Anyway,...
24 Nov 2012 by filed in Food Preparedness
This is one of my absolute favorite dishes to make in a pressure cooker. It's simple to do and the meatballs are so moist and delicious In fact, I encourage you to make just about any meatball recipe in the pressure cooker in order to avoid that frozen food appearance and lackluster taste. You can make these with ANY freshly ground meat such as chicken, venison, and rabbit. So yes, this recipe most certainly does have a place on Preparedness Pro. Also, you can home can these meatballs for...
18 Oct 2012 by filed in Food Preparedness
I never tried anchovies before until a co-worked convinced me to try making this dish for myself. When I saw the list of sparse ingredients I couldn’t believe that a memorable dish could result from so little effort and ingredients. I was wrong though—really wrong. I’ve NEVER made this for company and not have them rant and rave about my “authentic Italian cooking.” *snicker—if they only knew* Oh, and by the way, I never give them the recipe because they will automatically assume that it will...
05 Oct 2012 by filed in Food Preparedness
I get a lot of e-mails about what to do with excess eggplant.  I love to make my Eggplant Ratatouille, Moussaka,  as well as Eggplant Parmesan, but I’ve got an even better solution for you. One of the best things I ever tasted was when I was in Philadelphia, PA. I was living there for about 3 months doing advanced marketing for Anthony Robbins and his convention that was coming into town. At that point in my life I was eating mostly vegetarian. I couldn’t believe all of the amazing choices...
21 Sep 2012 by filed in Food Preparedness
If you’re the least bit curious what I’ll be conjuring up in my kitchen this weekend, it’s this new recipe that my friend Holly shared with me today. Carrot Cake Jam. I mean really, with a name like that, how can you NOT love it, right? If you’d like to join me on this journey, here’s the recipe that Holly swears is her very favorite and is worth the effort. And considering that she’s staying up until stupid o’clock to finish her canning of this concoction, I’m going to have to believe her....
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