We are going to be doing a cookbook for the local fire club ayone that wants to add a recipe please send it to me i have only 5-7 right now and we want 200 or more so please help i will be posting the price and when they will be avaible as soon as we meet this 200 recipe level so start sending them to me can be for anything a drink or dessert and anythign in between

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Comment by Elizabeth Bristol on April 24, 2008 at 4:55pm
i jsut wanted to say thank you to everyone that added to the book as of today there are 219 recipes and we are about ready to get the proofing started and to get it published
Comment by Dork02 on December 31, 2007 at 9:56am
nope you can just put on mine from a firefighting brother ;p hope you have a great new year
Comment by Elizabeth Bristol on December 27, 2007 at 1:31pm
thank you guys and gals one ? though do you want your name included and hometown if so i need them to thanks
Comment by Tammy on December 20, 2007 at 10:42am
Always ready to help. This pretty quick and easy.

1 lb. ground beef ( you can use deer meat if you like) browned and drained.
1 8 oz. pkg velveta block or slices
1- 12 oz pkg egg noodles cooked according to directions and drained.
1 sm. cam cream of mushroom soup
1 sm. onion chopped and added to hamburger during browning.
1 cup milk

Mix all ingrediants together and warm over med heat stiring until cheese is melted. Serve .You can add steamed broccolli , or try with cooked rice instead of noodles.
Comment by Dork02 on December 19, 2007 at 3:37pm
i'll help!!!! alway will to help a bor or a sis.

this one can be found on my page and there are more to come.

This one is quick and easy, check out my blog for it and others.
Cube Steak and Rice
4-6 Cube steaks
1 package of Onion soup mix (Lipton’s work the best)
4 cups of water
2 cups of Instant Rice
2T of oil

Start with a large skillet turn the burner on Medium High, add oil and Cube steaks cook on each side for 2 minutes, and add 2 cups of the water and the soup mix (the water should cover the steaks if not add enough water to cover) Stir the mix and let that come to a boil cover and let simmer for 20 minutes.
Uncover and remove Steaks to a serving plate.
Turn the heat up and add 2 more cups of water to the skillet and bring that to a boil, add the rice and stir. Cover and Remove from heat wait 5 minutes and then plate.
Server with a light vegetable and Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Severs 4 people.
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Grandma always said “This is not science, it’s an art. Have fun.”

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