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Pulled pork salad with peaches

Pulled pork salad with peaches

  Recipe courtesy of the National Pork Board via Yummly Ingredients: 8 ounces Pulled pork (warm or room temperature) 3 tablespoons Rice vinegar 1 1/2 tablespoons Canola oil (or other neutral-flavored oil) 2 tablespoons Brown sugar (light) 1 teaspoon Ground ginger...

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Strawberry cake

Strawberry cake

  Recipe from Michele Pallas and Penzeys in the Grand Rapids Press years ago Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups All purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoon Baking powder 1/2 teaspoon Salt (drop to 1/4 teaspoon if using salted butter) 6 tablespoons Butter, softened; plus a little for...

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Butterscotch Bliss Bites

Butterscotch Bliss Bites

Ingredients: 1 stick Butter 1 cup Peanut butter (crunchy or creamy) 1 11 oz package Butterscotch chips 1 12 oz box Rice Chex™ cereal 1 1lb bag Confectioners sugar Directions: In the microwave or a sauce pan, melt butter, peanut butter and butterscotch chips. Combine...

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Chocolate strawberry mimosas

Chocolate strawberry mimosas

  Directions: 1/4 cup Strawberry ice cream 4 oz. Vanilla vodka 1 cup Prosecco Chocolate sauce Strawberries Whipped cream Instructions: Artfully apply chocolate sauce around the inside of 4 wine glasses. Dish 1 tablespoon strawberry ice cream into each glass and a...

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No-bake caramel pretzel cookie & cheesecake mousse

No-bake caramel pretzel cookie & cheesecake mousse

No-bake Salted Caramel Cheesecake Mousse Adapted from Barefeet In The Kitchen Ingredients: 16 ounces Cream cheese, room temperature 1/2 cup Sugar 3/4 cup Heavy cream 1 teaspoon Lemon juice 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract 1/3 cup Caramel sauce 1 1/2 cups Crushed pretzels...

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Beef stew with cherry brown rice

Beef stew with cherry brown rice

  Beef stew These recipes are courtesy of Katelynn Karkau, Makenna Griffith and Elizabeth Troia. The team prepared the recipes for the Michigan State University Extension/Isabella County Farm Bureau Teen “Chopped” Competition at the Isabella Community Soup...

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Dexter’s ravioli with marinated beef tips

Dexter’s ravioli with marinated beef tips

  Dexter's ravioli with a seasoned carrot filling Pair this recipe with the kale and carrot fritters, from Lauryn Bailey, Dexter Lynch and Hilary Prout. The team prepared these recipes for the Michigan State University Extension/Isabella County Farm Bureau Teen...

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Kale and carrot fritters

Kale and carrot fritters

  Kale and carrot fritters Pair this recipe with homemade ravioli with seasoned carrot filling and marinated beef tips, from Lauryn Bailey, Dexter Lynch and Hilary Prout. The team prepared these recipes for the Michigan State University Extension/Isabella County...

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Cider-braised Michigan-raised pork loin and wheat berry

Cider-braised Michigan-raised pork loin and wheat berry

  Michigan wheat berries with roasted pumpkin and wild mushroom confit Prep time: 3 hours / Servings: 8 Recipe courtesy of our partner Michigan Wheat Program Cider-braised pork loin: 16 oz. boneless pork loin 24 oz. Michigan apple cider Aromatics: 1 tsp ground...

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Pioneer® Sugar Drop Cookies

Pioneer® Sugar Drop Cookies

Pioneer® Sugar Drop Cookies A simple and tasty sugar cookie. A very popular treat for many. Visitors have even suggested adding lemon, almond or any of your favorite flavorings into the mix to give it a little something extra. Enjoy! Recipe courtesy of our partner,...

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