Monthly Archives: August 2010

Krista’s Marinated Baked Tofu Method

For what it’s worth – this is more method than recipe. This is the first time I’ve ever written it down and I don’t follow a recipe. You will have your own marinades and your own favorite veggies. 14 oz … Continue reading

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Okie’s Tomato – Basil Soup (by Jacque)

Okie’s Tomato-Basil Soup Makes 1 gallon and then some. To can the soup I make 3-4 batches of this (I got 16 quarts from 3 batches yesterday and today. 2 gallons tomatoes–I use a mixture of Rutgers, Brandywine, and Roma … Continue reading

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Abid’s Easy Chili Curry Dish

This is my favorite dish from this summer. The recipe comes from a fellow who isn’t really a cook, and I’ve tinkered with it a lot. It is a fast, easy, tasty one-dish curry meal. Ingredients: 1-2 yellow onions, diced … Continue reading

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Jacque’s Plum Pudding

This came from my grandmother’s grandmother who settled in Grundy County Iowa in 1838, Her name was Martha Douglas Gearhart. Her husband’s grandfather was in the Revolutionary War and was one of the very first Iowa settlers in his old … Continue reading

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Ben’s Fox Burgers

We always make a double batch because we like them cold too. This will make about 12 pieces– This is all very random; no specific measurements on anything; just make to your taste: Two cans Spam, chop them up as … Continue reading

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Jacque’s Cashew Chicken

Serves 4-6 3 T soy sauce 3 T peanut butter 3 T honey Mix this together in a 1 cup glass measuring cup. Heat in the microwave for one minute on high. Stir until peanut butter is mostly melted. Set … Continue reading

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Steve’s Wild Summer Salad

1/3 c white wine tarragon vinegar 3 tbsp Dijon mustard 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp salt 1 tsp minced garlic 1 tsp dried tarragon crumbled 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes 2/3 c safflower oil 5 c cooked wild rice … Continue reading

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