Recipes by Turnips2Tangerines

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It's Rhubarb Time

It's Rhubarb Time by Turnips2Tangerines

On the Menu Today~RhubarbIt's Rhubarb Time!!Food Finds: It's Rhubarb Time~When I was growing up,we had a huge rhubarb patch in the far corner of our back yard.Each spring,my younger sister and Iwould wait until the rhubarb had huge, green leaves andwas almost as tall as we were.When the rhubarb was ready,my mom would say,It's Rhubarb…

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Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup by Turnips2Tangerines

Chicken Noodle SoupThe weather here in Northern WI has been chilly. Very, very chilly, for the month of June. We love soup any time of the year and this soup is perfect on a chilly summer night.Place chicken, water, bouillon, peppercorns, bay leaves, salt and Montreal steak seasoning in an 8-quart Dutch oven or soup kettle. Cover and…

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Braunschweiger Spread

Braunschweiger Spread by Turnips2Tangerines

Game Day Recipe~Personally, I love Braunschweiger. When it comes to Braunschweiger, you either like it or you hate it. I even know a few people who are "closet" Braunschweiger lovers, and they would never admit to it in public! (You know who you are:) If you are from the Midwest, you undoubtedly know of or have heard of…

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Join Me on Wisconsin Bites~

Join Me on Wisconsin Bites~ by Turnips2Tangerines

Wisconsin Bites is a wonderful blog about, you guessed it, All Things Wisconsin! All of the featured ingredients or foods are made in the State of Wisconsin. Since Wisconsin ranks 4th in the US for food products, the possibilities are endless. Join Paula, the voice behind Wisconsin Bites, on her adventures of not only finding new…

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Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Amish Friendship Bread

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Amish Friendship Bread by Turnips2Tangerines

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate ChipAmish Friendship Bread made withAmish Friendship Bread StarterDelicious!Before you can make this delicious pumpkin spice bread,you'll need to start with a starter.....An Amish Friendship Bread Starter.For information and directions go to:Amish Friendship Bread.Many, many recipes can be found atAmish…

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White Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Easter Eggs

White Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Easter Eggs by Turnips2Tangerines

If you like Peanut Butter Balls or Peanut Butter Cups, you will love these! I made a batch for my son-in-law to take to work and he said they were as addicting as "crack" and everyone loved them:) Hope you give these White Chocolate dipped Peanut Butter Eggs a try and put a few in your Easter Basket~In a large bowl, cream butter;…

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Apple Rhubarb Crisp

Apple Rhubarb Crisp by Turnips2Tangerines

I recently shared this recipe on The Best Blog Recipes. Stop by and check out all of the wonderful recipes you'll find there:)Apple Rhubarb CrispToss the apples and rhubarb with sugar, flour, cinnamon and apple pie spice.Mix the flour, rolled oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, pecans, and melted butter in a medium bowl.Place apple mixture…

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Overnight Maple French Toast

Overnight Maple French Toast by Turnips2Tangerines

Overnight Maple French ToastThis Wonderful French Toast Casserole is made the night before, which makes it the perfect dish to serve for breakfast when you have overnight guests. I have made this many times and everyone loves it! Along with this Overnight French Toast Casserole, you can also serve Overnight Crock Pot Apple Pie…

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Bacon Blueberry Scones

Bacon Blueberry Scones by Turnips2Tangerines

I love scones and this recipe is my favorite~ The bacon and blueberry flavors blend great together. I like to drizzle warm scones with honey~ Enjoy!In a large bowl, combine the first six ingredients. Cut in the cold butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. In a small bowl, whisk together buttermilk and oil; add to crumb mixture.…

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Dried Cherry & Orange Scones

Dried Cherry & Orange Scones by Turnips2Tangerines

Dried Cherry & Orange Scones3. Add to dry ingredients, mix until moistened, add dried cranberries and orange zest.Sprinkle 1 pkg. true orange over dough, if using.4. Turn onto a floured surface, knead gently 6-8 times, knead in a small amount of flour if needed. Pat into a 6 inch circle.Cut into 4 wedges.5. Separate. Place on a…

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