Recipes

Recipes

  1. One Scary Story

    contributed by RL Happy Halloween!   Since it will be Halloween soon I thought I would write about one of those old time horror stories that keep the kids and grandchildren hiding under the blankets from start to finish. First before we scare the little ones maybe we should have them help us make some Molasses Taffy like the old...
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  2. Harvest! Rewards of a Summer of Sweet Labor.

    Contributed by RL As I went out of the house to run before dawn you could tell it was definitely cooler as I could see my breath in the air, I was glad I grabbed the gloves. I always love running just before dawn because it is so fresh and crisp. Everything is calm, quiet, well if you don't count...
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  3. Its Starting; Gridiron Time!

    Contributed by RL Jan 8, 2018; Atlanta, GA, USA; View of the line of scrimmage with the playoff logo during the first quarter between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2018 CFP national championship college football game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Butch Dill-USA TODAY Sports This week we are seeing the start of the college...
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  4. Fair Week!

    Contributed by RL You can smell the excitement in the air! Oh, that is the smoke from a fire burning not to far away on the east side of Bear Lake. But really there is a feeling of excitement as people awake and begin their week then realize that this is fair week for Bear Lake county. (https://www.facebook.com/Bear-Lake-County-Fair-1641811732750830/) Our 4-H...
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  5. July is for Apple Pie and Mom!

    Contributed by RL Here in the west July is a big month. We celebrate 4 July with the rest of the nation by indulging in parades, picnics and fireworks. Then we turn around and celebrate again on the 24 July that heritage that brought us here to the west and to this, the United States of America. Our Pioneer forefathers...
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  6. The Power of Popcorn

    Contributed by Rick Lamm A few weeks ago we had our grandchildren visiting for a couple of days, with out their parents! This is a time for us to visit and bond with the children as they do not live close and visiting is not a daily or weekly event. This group of 5 grandchild range in ages from 8...
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  7. Dry Molasses

    Have you tried Dried Molasses Dehydrated molasses powder is a versatile product that can be used in cookies, dry rubs, and in barbecue sauces. Molasses powder is great to use without the sticky mess in your recipes. This is a delicious addition to your food storage staples. It is on special this month. Go to Rainydayfoods.com for pricing!
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  8. Breakfast with Banana-Quinoa Waffles

    Nothing is better on a wintry morning than a hot waffle.   Try using your quinoa in this waffle recipe.   Using beaten egg whites make it a light and fluffy waffle!  It will be a family favorite!    Try using our powdered egg whites for a quick fix as well as freeze dried fruits!     Banana-Quinoa Waffle Yield: 10 servings Prep...
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  9. Southwest Quinoa Chili

    Southwest Quinoa Chili This is an amazing simple and delicious chili.   Try using freeze dried corn, peppers and freeze dried turkey from your pantry.  Quinoa is available in can, bucket or bag-get it here.   Natural Quinoa Yield: 8 servings Prep time: 20 minutes Total time: 75 minutes       Ingredients 2 lbs. ground turkey 1 medium onion chopped...
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  10. Utah State Preparedness Expo - recipes

    We had a really great time in Salt Lake at the Utah State Preparedness Expo Saturday, September 12. We met a lot of wonderful people who are trying to get prepared with food storage. As I was giving out different food samples, I had several who asked for the recipes for the chili and fruit cobbler that I had made...
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