Safety Recipe of the Week: Apple Crisp

Safety Recipe of the Week: Apple Crisp

As I sat here waiting for a bolt of lightning to strike me – I needed a little inspiration for this week’s recipe. So, I opened the cabinet where we store the cookbooks we collect, we have close to 150 now. What caught my attention was the very first cookbook I ever...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Beefy Biscuit Bake

Safety Recipe of the Week: Beefy Biscuit Bake

It doesn’t have to be fancy to be good. Especially when this recipe comes from a book named “Quick & Easy Dump Dinners” – I kid you not! My son, Branden was teasing me a couple of years back about something I made and asked if it comes from the Dump Dinners cookbook;...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Mardi Gras Party in Your Mouth

Safety Recipe of the Week: Mardi Gras Party in Your Mouth

This week's recipe is yummy Bayou Bash Cocktail, Chicken and Andouille Jambalaya, Citrus Salad and Baguette with Green Herb Butter. Simply put, another sensational Mardi Gras party or just a delicious meal. Don’t be afraid of Jambalaya, I was…its vegetables, meat, and...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Julia’s Boeuf Bourguignon

Safety Recipe of the Week: Julia’s Boeuf Bourguignon

Boeuf Bourguignon sounds pretty fancy huh – well it’s pretty tasty that’s all I know, and one of my FAVORITE dishes. We enjoyed a meal with our Friends Doug and Karen this weekend at Mateo http://mateorestaurant.com/ a fun restaurant on Pearl in Boulder. I was excited...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Ham and Biscuits with Red Eye Gravy

Safety Recipe of the Week: Ham and Biscuits with Red Eye Gravy

“Country…oops strike that “Ham and Biscuits with Red Eye Gravy”. A true country ham - the meat of which is mostly hip and thigh is one that’s been dry cured in salt and sugar for several weeks, then smoked for another few weeks, then aged for months. Country ham is in...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Senate Bean Soup

Safety Recipe of the Week: Senate Bean Soup

According to many accounts "Bean soup” has been on the menu in the Senate's restaurant every day as far back as most can remember. There are several stories about the origin of that mandate, but none has been corroborated. Here are a couple of theories - The first...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Best Margarita Ever

Safety Recipe of the Week: Best Margarita Ever

Due to circumstances beyond “my” control we are posting a recipe repeat this week. Reruns drive me crazy, especially when you flip through 900 channels. This rerun will bring a smile to your face though. Yes sir, the yummy Margarita. Great addition to any party, any...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Eggs Baked in Potatoes

Safety Recipe of the Week: Eggs Baked in Potatoes

I thought this was a great use of leftover Thanksgiving mashed potatoes, definitely not a new idea but a good one.   This recipe is from “Out of Alaska’s Kitchens” printed by the Ketchikan Alaska Chronicle in 1958. Wishing you a blessed holiday full of Joy and...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Meal in a Pumpkin or Squash

Safety Recipe of the Week: Meal in a Pumpkin or Squash

We are so lucky to have 3 members of the Grimmer family working at Intuitive Safety Solutions. Cory has been part of the team since 2013, Dwight since 2014 and Dana joined our team this year. Dana so graciously shared her contest winning recipe, so fun and creative –...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: New-School Green Bean Casserole

Safety Recipe of the Week: New-School Green Bean Casserole

The one nasty dish often served for Thanksgiving is “Green Bean Casserole” even just typing the words makes my nose crinkle up. So I set out to find a recipe that was a more modern version, while still calling it a Green Bean Casserole. Here you go – enjoy! New-School...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Warm Drinks to Warm the Soul

Safety Recipe of the Week: Warm Drinks to Warm the Soul

Concoctions to warm the heart and soul this winter, a little something for everyone 5 in all. So build that fire and enjoy one or two of the following! 1) Hot Cocoa – recipe is from the 80’s, given to me by Lori link-Withee Ingredients: Eight qt. Box of Powdered Milk...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Irish Stew

Safety Recipe of the Week: Irish Stew

Every Irish household has their own version of this famous dish-so here's mine. It’s fantastic on a cold, blustery day-served with a pint of the black stuff, of course – along with a toast to my Irish Grandfather John Keefe! Ingredients: 1 ½ pounds cubed beef or bison...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Tomato Soup

Safety Recipe of the Week: Tomato Soup

A few of us got together Friday night and played the game Telestrations. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time – the game is hysterical and I highly recommend it. My friend Rebecca made this “DELICIOUS” Tomato soup and a really creative grilled cheese bar – which...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Grandma’s Pancakes

Safety Recipe of the Week: Grandma’s Pancakes

“Hot off the griddle” is the call to Sunday breakfast with the family. Often times when we came home from church, my Grandma would set up a frying pan on a TV tray next to her seat at the table (we sat at the same seat for every meal – ha!) and the entire family would...

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Safety Recipe of the Week: Pauline’s Banana Nut Bread

Safety Recipe of the Week: Pauline’s Banana Nut Bread

It’s about that time of year I start thinking about making quick bread. With fall in full gear and the holidays around the corner, I started looking for my Grandmas recipe for Banana Nut Bread. I ran across a cookbook I now own, that belonged to my Aunt Mary. She had...

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