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Beef & Rice Casserole
1. In a large skillet cook groud beef, celery, and onion over medium heat until meat is brown and onion is tender; drain.
Blueberry Pucker Up Pie
Preheat oven to 450 and bake one single pie shell for about 10 minutes. Set aside to cool. Cook 1 small box of lemon pie filling per package instructions and fill cooled crust ½ full. You will have extra filling.
Pour it into some cups for later.Combine the following over medium heat.
Cook approximately 12 minutes or until thick and bubbly and berries are no longer tough. Pour over set up lemon filling.
Streusel: In a bowl combine the following and cut them together until you have small bits and it is well combined.
Sprinkle over blueberries and bake for about 10 minutes or until streusel is lightly browned. Remember to cover the edges of your crust so it does not burn. When cool lightly dust pie with powdered sugar. ENJOY!
Buffalo Chicken Dip
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
OR, just use my method... add all ingredients into a crock pot and serve when thoroughly heated.
Serve with Tostitos or other tortilla style chip.
The story... I was to be in Florida to speak at a seminar in October 2005 and posted such on the RFML (Raider Fan Mailing List). I asked if there was a "Raider-friendly" place to watch that week's game against the Dallas Cowboys. I received a reply that said to skip those places and come to his family's house. So, we did... and this recipe you find here is what his wife served as an appetizer! Great stuff!!
Chicken Pot Pie
Use individual dishes - brown chicken in medium sauce pan and then add the remaining ingredients. Once you have the flavor and consistancy you want pour into dishes that have been lined with 1/2 of a package of crescent rolls. When split in two you should have two squares of dough. Pour in your filling then pull the edges up over the filling to make a bundle. Preheat oven per roll packaging instructions and bake till brown. SOOOO easy and SOOOO good.
"Crete Cardinal" BBQ Meat Balls!
Meat ball ingredients:
BBQ sauce ingredients:
Use 1 half of a bone-in ham
Preheat oven to 350 and bake ham fat side up for a total of 20 minutes per pound. When ham has aproximately 1 hour left to cook remove from oven, pour out drippings from pan and apply 1/2 of the glaze listed below. Cook uncovered from this point on. Apply the other 1/2 of the glaze aproximately 30 minutes before cooking time is over. Do not use glaze that has dripped into the pan as it will lessen the gloss of the glaze.
Preheat oven to 375; melt 8 tablespoons of butter in a glass casserole dish.
In a mixing bowl combine the following
Pour half of batter over melted butter. Add three cups of peaches, then pour the remaing batter on top and bake till golden brown - approximately 45 minutes.
Peanut Butter Blossoms
Barb and Donnie Small
1. Mix sugar, vanilla and egg
Thoroughly stir and mix the following in a 3½ quart crock pot:
Cook on high for four hours, stirring every hour with a wooden spoon. Reduce temperature, simmer on low setting for one hour, and then serve.
Smoked Shrimp Deviled Spit Eggs
A twist on a classic. These are great at a fall BBQ gathering in the backyard. I smoke the shrimp in a smoker; they can also be done grilled over a few wood chips on your outdoor grill with the top on. Makes 12 pieces.
In a large pot put eggs and cold water. Bring to a boil, then turn off heat. Let sit 13 minutes. Remove; put in cold water and peel.
Pat dry shrimp and toss with a tablespoon of Famous Dave’s Country Roast Chicken Rub, let sit in refrigerator uncovered for about 30 minutes, (Shrimp should be dry and shiny)
Cut each egg in half, and remove yolks, put yolks through a ricer in a bowl, and stir in mayonnaise and Famous Dave’s Devils Spit BBQ Sauce until smooth. Put egg mixture in a piping bag with a star tip, or just spoon it back into the egg whites.
Sprinkle the remaining Famous Dave’s Country Roast Chicken Rub on top of the eggs and refrigerate, covered.
Get your grill ready with a few coals, when white-hot; add a few soaked wood chips. Put seasoned shrimp on tin foil on the other side of the grill and put the top on. Cook about 8 minutes, until shrimp are done. Remove and set to room temperature.
Top each egg with a smoked shrimp and some chopped chives.
Created: 01-July-2006 Revised: 28-December-2008