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Mom’s German Chocolate Cake

Mom’s German Chocolate Cake
Comments : 1 Posted in : Growing up Krejci, Sweets on by : TetonTrekker
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When I was growing up my mom made birthdays extra special. My favorite cake was my mom’s home made German Chocolate Cake and she made it every year for my birthday.

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Cream of Asparagus Soup

Cream of Asparagus Soup
Comments : 1 Posted in : Soups on by : TetonTrekker
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Cream of Asparagus Soup. This is one of my go-to recipes. I make it in the Deluxe Cooking Blender and substitute one clove garlic for the garlic salt. Make ahead and freeze single size servings in our Freezer Bowls for fast and easy lunches.

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Wild Game Enchiladas

Wild Game Enchiladas
Posted in : Main Dishes, Perfect for Potlucks, Wild Game on by : TetonTrekker
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I’ve been making this dish for 30 years, it’s a friend and family favorite. I have used moose, elk, and antelope.

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Margarita Fizzy

Margarita Fizzy
Posted in : Cocktails, Glamping on by : TetonTrekker

February 22nd is National Margarita Day! Margaritas are not all that hard to make and only take a few simple ingredients. My standard recipe is easy but is more appropriate for weekends at home, they pack a powerful punch. I came up with this version for hot summer days where you don’t want to get
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Après-Ski Hot Cocoa

Après-Ski Hot Cocoa
Posted in : Cocktails, Live to Ski on by : TetonTrekker
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January 11th is National Milk Day AND National Hot Toddy Day. Who says we can’t celebrate both with one drink!! One of my favorite après-ski Hot Toddies is hot cocoa with a shot of Rumple Minze and fresh whipped cream!

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Wyoming Hot Pot

Wyoming Hot Pot
Posted in : Cocktails on by : TetonTrekker
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Last summer while at the local Peoples Market, I visited a booth that sold bitters made locally, Bear Root Bitters. I have several of their varieties but the Habanero Ginger is my favorite and I wanted to find a cocktail to fit it into.

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Antelope Meatballs

Antelope Meatballs
Posted in : Main Dishes, Treager Favorites, Wild Game on by : TetonTrekker
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This is a super easy and tasty recipe! The addition of pork tames the flavor of the antelope.

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Pot Luck Elk Roast

Pot Luck Elk Roast
Posted in : Main Dishes, Perfect for Potlucks, Wild Game on by : TetonTrekker
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January 20th is National Potluck Day. Whenever I bring this to a pot luck, not only does the roast get picked clean the veggies left at the bottom (if any) usually go home with someone instead of in the garbage. I’ve been making this roast for many years for band pot lucks and have been
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The Perks of Camp Coffee

The Perks of Camp Coffee
Posted in : Beverages - Non Alcoholic, Glamping, Technique on by : TetonTrekker
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Nobody wants to hear your generator at zero seven thirty! –
You say you don’t like percolated coffee? That is because you are not doing it right.

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Mesquite Smoked Salsa Verde

Mesquite Smoked Salsa Verde
Comments : 2 Posted in : Condiments & Sauces, Treager Favorites on by : TetonTrekker
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This recipe uses five varieties of peppers. Smoking the peppers and using Himalayan sea salt gives this salsa a great flavor an takes the bite out of the heat.

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Cranberries & Pecans in Sherry

Cranberries & Pecans in Sherry
Posted in : Condiments & Sauces on by : TetonTrekker
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November 22nd is National Cranberry Relish Day! Facebook CommentsI agree to my Facebook data being stored and used as per Privacy Policy

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Julie’s Perfect Roast Turkey with Mashed Potatoes & Gravy

Julie’s Perfect Roast Turkey with Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Posted in : Get-Togethers, Main Dishes, Side Dishes on by : TetonTrekker
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Turkey and mashed potatoes go together like peas and carrots. When I roast a turkey I slow cook the potatoes and use the flavorful broth the potatoes were cooked in to make the gravy. Over the years I’ve read many techniques and recipes on how to cook a turkey. Taking the best parts of those
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