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Sweet - Sour Sirloin

It's an unlikely cast of characters that make up this delicious, elegant steak supper - cranberries, maple syrup, bacon and wine meld into a delicious and surprisingly savoury sauce over simple pan-seared sirloin.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

BEEF & STIR FRIED PEPPERS

SIMPLE LIGHT DINNER YOU CAN SERVE IT OVER BROWN RICE IF YOU LIKE. & FEEL FREE TO ADD EXTRA SPICES IF YOU WANT A LITTLE EXTRA HEAT (the nutrition guide doesn't have the 2 sauces added into it I couldn't find them listed too add them)Submitted by JENNI92871

Italian Sausage and Pecan Stuffing

This is meant to be cooked beneath a large, brined, butterflied-and-boned turkey on ThanksgivingSubmitted by BOSS413

Martha Phillip's Dressing

Very yummy dressing! There is never enough to go around in my family.Submitted by WILSOD1

North-of-the-Border Tamale Pie

A Riley Reid specialitySubmitted by JOONIPAR

Baked Raccoon - Down Home Recipe
Baked Raccoon - Down Home Recipe

Slow Baked and delicious!Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Deer, Elk & Moose Steaks - Traditional Native American Dish
Deer, Elk & Moose Steaks - Traditional Native American Dish

Wild meats tend to have a "gamey" flavor. You can reduce that taste by skimming away all excess fat.

You can grill or pan fry your streaks.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Cracklin' Cornbread- Down Home Recipe
Cracklin' Cornbread- Down Home Recipe

Cracklin' Cornbread is one of my family's Thanksgiving tradition.

Cracklings are pork skin that is fried until the fat is rendered off leaving tiny crispy pieces of skin.

You can substitute it with fried bacon. But beware! High Calories! Submitted by VEHAMILTON1

Raccoon - Down Home Dinner in a Crock Pot
Raccoon - Down Home Dinner in a Crock Pot

Seriously, I may not be Granny on the Beverly Hill Billies, but I am a country girl who knows how to cook and loves to eat wild game.

And raccoon is no exception. Cooked slowly in a Crock Pot, this makes a very good meal.

Secret: Cut gamey taste by using Whole Cloves. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1


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