SoupTravelers

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Date registered: September 20, 2016

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  1. CRAZY DAYS OF SUMMER — August 19, 2017
  2. LUNCH ROOM SLOPPY JOES — August 7, 2017
  3. TUNNEL OF FUDGE CAKE — July 18, 2017
  4. FOURTH OF JULY MEMORIES — July 4, 2017
  5. RHUBARB CUSTARD CAKE — June 18, 2017

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Apr 09

Raspberry Pretzel Torte

Our family always had Easter breakfast after church. Grandma would have ham, fresh rolls, polish sausage and of course the eggs that we kids had so eloquently designed and dyed. It was a very simple meal and the polish sausage was my favorite part of it. It was unfortunately also my cousin Andrea’s favorite as …

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Apr 07

PEACH CREPES WITH BLACKBERRY SAUCE & BRANDY ICE CREAM

Here come’s Peter Cotton Tail, Hoppin’ down the Bunny trail, Hippity, Hoppity EASTER’S on it’s way! Easter time, spring is in the air, little girls will have their bright, frilly yellow dresses and new bonnets, white anklets with the lace on them and patent leather shoes, white gloves and a smart pocketbook.  Little boys will have those adorable slacks …

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Mar 24

LEMON BLUEBERRY PUDDING POKE CAKE

A friend gave me a recipe which included making my own blueberry sauce, pudding and whipped cream that sounded amazing, but I didn’t have the time to make all the ingredients, so why should I if I don’t have to. I used pie filling, instant pudding mix and thawed whipped topping and I had a quick and wonderful  dessert that …

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Mar 17

CHOCOLATE WAFER CAKE

This throwback was one of my little brother’s favorite desserts. He would help mom make this after school and it would be ready to dig into by the time dinner was done. He would have whipped cream from top to bottom and from one end of the kitchen to the other. How he managed to …

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Mar 17

CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE

Saint Patrick’s Day is once again upon us. Little Leprechaun’s in green suits, rainbows with Pot’s O’ Gold at the end of them, green beer and CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE. Of course no one says you can only have CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE on St. Patrick’s Day, in fact when I was a kid, the …

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Mar 14

CHOCOLATE BANANA BREAD PUDDING

Your Easter Sunday Brunch table will get rave reviews if this CHOCOLATE BANANA BREAD PUDDING is front and center of the dessert section. It’s so quick and easy to put together and everything you need is more than likely in your pantry. Change it up a bit and use half chocolate and half white chips, or …

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Feb 28

POTATO LEEK SOUP

LEEKS are in the onion family, but much milder. If I am going to be using raw onion in anything, I prefer to use the leeks because of the mildness. They are a bit pricey, but one bunch, which usually consists of 3 LEEKS is more than enough a good size kettle of soup. Cut …

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Feb 20

CREAMY LIME PASTA SALAD

I love a  pasta salad of almost any kind from creamy to vinaigrette, meat or just vegetable and cheese, got to have to have cheese in any salad. Well I’m from Wisconsin so what would you expect? As I was looking at the shelves in our grocery store for something new to try, I was not …

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Feb 15

POTATO and CHEESY SASAUGE SKILLET

It’s Valentines day again, flowers have been ordered, candy and cards are bought and hopefully he remembered to make reservations at your favorite restaurant. As a teenager, I always hoped that the ” true love ” I had at the time would have flowers waiting for me or a card taped to my locker door. …

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Feb 12

Grandma’s Pan Fried Chicken

When I think of my grandparents, very different memories come to mind of my grandmothers. My mom’s mom was younger than dad’s mom and very active. She was the one that got us out of the Saturday house cleaning by taking us to the rummage sales and ” errands ” She taught me how to …

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