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Recipe – Marinades

Bourbon 1/4 c honey 1/4 c soy sauce 1/2 c ketchup 1/2 T red pepper flakes Honey Ginger 1/3 c Soy sauce 1/3 c Honey 2 T Ginger 2 cloves (or t) Garlic Mango 1 can Mango nectar 1/4 c

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Recipe – Microwave “Souffle”

Not exactly sure what you would call this. In other places I have seen them called brownies or cakes (when sweet). Hopefully, Julia Child will forgive me for calling them souffles. They do puff up while cooking, so maybe that

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Recipe – Beef Stew

Ingredients 3 lbs. boneless chuck roast, cut into 2-inch pieces 3 T vegetable oil (or more as needed) salt black pepper 1 onion, diced coarse 1/4 c flour 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 c red wine 3 c beef broth

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Drink – Switchel (honey/vinegar/ginger)

My younger brother started developing this recipe last year after having something similar. I had forgotten about it until I found a recipe only and discovered it had the name “Switchel”. It dates back to at least the late 1800’s

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Recipe – Dark Fruitcake

This recipe started out from the Better Homes and Garden cookbook. The major changes I have made were to increase the quantities of fruits, nuts, and spices and to add some new spices. Ingredients 12-oz of frozen orange juice concentrate

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Recipe – Wassail

This isn’t my original recipe for wassail, it’s loss is part of my motivation for uploading all of the recipes I use. 1 gal apple cider  1/2 gal orange juice 4 (2 inch) whole cinnamon sticks  1/4 t ground mace 

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Recipe – Molasses Milk

4 c milk (I use soy) 4 T molasses (medium grade, will try blackstrap when I get home) 1/2 t pumpkin spice Begin heating milk on medium heat. Add molasses and spices. Stir while heating. You can heat all the

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