Safety Recipe of the Week: Wild about Blueberries!

Safety Recipe of the Week: Wild about Blueberries!

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor I had the opportunity to spend the 4th of July week in Lake Superior. Our cabin sat about 20’ from the shore, the views amazing! We spent the week cruising around, exploring the North Shores local sites. We hiked around the Split...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Porcupine Meat Balls

Safety Recipe of the Week: Porcupine Meat Balls

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor This recipe brings back great memories, it was one of the American food staples in our house hold; a house hold run by my Ukrainian Grandma - Pauline. This recipe for “Porcupine Meat Balls” was hers and I wrote it out as she made...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Devils on horseback Appetizers

Safety Recipe of the Week: Devils on horseback Appetizers

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor “Devils on horseback” is an awesome appetizer, and if you love the combination of salty, spicy and sweet - these will be sure to please! I serve them at parties or just an anytime treat and pairs great with the Slight of Hand...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Knight Taco Salad

Safety Recipe of the Week: Knight Taco Salad

  Article provided by: Melanie Taylor & Recipe provided by Brent Knight Last week we had Taco Soup - this week Brent Knights famous “Taco Salad”. He says “It’s crazy good and like nothing you’ve ever had”. So let’s go……………….. Salad Ingredients: Leaf Lettuce...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Customizable Taco Soup

Safety Recipe of the Week: Customizable Taco Soup

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor Holy Guacamole – did you know there’s a Wikipedia site for “Taco Soup”… weird! I love making Taco Soup, it’s not rocket science, it’s quick, no fail and totally customizable. By customizable I mean - you can add veggies, different...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Meatloaf my way

Safety Recipe of the Week: Meatloaf my way

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor Some people hate Meatloaf but I LOVE it, especially cold Meatloaf sandwiches on (bad for you gooey) white bread. Meatloaf like chicken can be made a thousand ways – this is one of my favorites along with my favorite clip. Enjoy!...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  The Perfect Pasta Salad

Safety Recipe of the Week: The Perfect Pasta Salad

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor The culinary encyclopedia ‘Larousse Gastronomique’ defines salad as “a dish of raw, cold, or warm cooked foods, usually dressed and seasoned, served as an appetizer, side dish or main course.” But to remember a successful salad is...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Hearty Chicken Curry

Safety Recipe of the Week: Hearty Chicken Curry

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor It takes only 10 minutes to assemble this hearty dish; let your slow cooker do the rest! We enjoyed a long meal this weekend with some friends at Rebel Restaurant in Denver. We ordered many appetizers, one of which was - deep fired...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Bean Bake and Corny Cornbread

Safety Recipe of the Week: Bean Bake and Corny Cornbread

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor I had never eaten this bean bake until a potluck a couple of 4th of July’s ago. I even had seconds and later kept thinking, I need to get that recipe – it’s a total “do over” as we say. I finally inquired, this is the Lunning family...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Salted Carmel Butter Bars

Safety Recipe of the Week: Salted Carmel Butter Bars

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor Make your taste buds sing with these amazing Salted Carmel Butter Bars – so ooey gooey and easy to make. If you love the salty sweet combo, these are sure to please! Salted Caramel Butter Bars Author: Cookies & Cups Serves: 24...

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Safety Recipe of the Week:  Breakfast Cheeseburger…Yum

Safety Recipe of the Week: Breakfast Cheeseburger…Yum

Article provided by: Melanie Taylor As a fan of burgers the first words I uttered when I read this recipe was “good morning taste buds”!! Ingredients:  Note - this recipe is supposed to serve two, but it can serve more depending on the size of your meat patties and...

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How should safety performance be measured?

How should safety performance be measured?

Article provided by: Brent Knight, CSP; President of Intuitive Safety Solutions In today's environment the margin for error is narrower than it ever has been. The competition is fierce and the demand for execution high. Safety, much like quality plays a critical role...

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Recipes on the Road – PB Cookies – Paw Friendly!

Recipes on the Road – PB Cookies – Paw Friendly!

Recipe of the Week: Whether or not you have a vegetarian dog (smile), these non-meat cookies will be snapped up -literally! Dog Cookie’s 2 cups King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour or Premium Whole Wheat Flour 1 cup rolled oats, regular or quick 1 tablespoon dried...

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Recipes on the Road – Quick & Easy Cashew Chicken

Recipes on the Road – Quick & Easy Cashew Chicken

Recipe of the Week: The original version of Cashew Chicken was created in 1963 by a Chinese chef, it was deep fried and not much of a hit. But, it is your good “fortune” that he went back to the drawing board and reinvented the dish to appeal to our American pallet....

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