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Home Town: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Living In: Tigerton, Wisconsin, USA
Member Since: Dec. 2012
Cooking Level: Intermediate
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Hobbies: Music
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Old bikers can cook too!
About this Cook
Borderline old guy and still have enough interests to keep me happy.
My favorite things to cook
Soups and casseroles are actually fun to make. Then theres the grilling during summer! ANY kind of animal flesh is a blast to me, especially if made on the grill!
My favorite family cooking traditions
Can't really think of any at this time so I'll get back at you later. OK its later...Mom always made a cream corn casserole,my grandmother made 'Stolen' for the Christmas holidays.You know with those red and green candies?! Mom also made this liver and onions, which incidentally was not very good! Sorry Ma I couldn't stand it as a kid! But my pops loved it! Geeze what love will do! Speaking of pops...he made a great Hungarian goulash! 'HIS' version of goulash mind you!
My cooking triumphs
My meals that are 'all in one'! Like casseroles and soups.
My cooking tragedies
Too many to say!
Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Cabbage and Smoked Sausage Pasta
I pretty much followed this recipe as written, except I used fresh Polish sausage instead of the smoked. I had some shell pasta and used that which incidentally turned out awesome! One thing...I boiled the Polish and ten minutes before that was done I tossed the shells in the same pot...

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Reviewed On: Jun. 15, 2014
Tomato and Macaroni Salad
So as I said I'm going to let you know how this turned out! I did a whole lot of tweaking on this recipe! I started by simply following the directions but after doing all the chopping,dicing,cutting etc, this whole dish took on a different life of its own! I said screw it and made this into a main meal! After rummaging around in my chest freezer I took out two bags of skinless, boneless chicken breasts. I had 5 breast halves so after thawing I diced them all and sautéed the meat is butter and added 1 medium onion. I also added a cajun seasoning to give the chicken some pop. While the meat was simmering I 'hotrodded' the base of this 'salad'. Mayo,sour cream and one cup of Ranch mixed together and mixed into the elbow macaroni. I decided that as long as I'm now making this into a main dish I added three quarter bag of grated sharp cheddar cheese. After the chicken was cooked down, into the mix it went! I've got to say it turned out great!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 27, 2013

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