Can be made two ways. First way : Open can of Hunt's Tomato Sauce. Pour in blender add other ingredients and mix well until chiles and other stuff is made into one sauce. Then you're done .
Mix the first four ingredients to make the dough. Roll out the dough and let rest for 10 minutes. Cut the dough to fit the wieners. (While you are making the dawgs you can heat up the oil or lard.)
1. Clean and rinse the beans.
2. In a large pot, add a gallon of water, beans, pork neck bones, garlic and tsp of salt.
1. Saute the bacon over medium heat in a large skillet; adding the bell peppers and onions when the bacon is almost cooked.
2. Saute, add the rice, stir frequently to prevent from overbrowning.
Feel free to adjust ingredients and measurements.
Add or omit according to your personal taste/preference.
Combine all ingredients in a large jar.
Put a turtle on his back on the fire.
When you hear the shell crack, he's done.
Stick Bread And Moose
Mix flour butter and milk till you get soft dough then twist with moose.
Wrap it around a stick.
Cook it over the
Four-Leaf Clover Salad
Put the clovers and onion chives in a bowl. cut up the carrots, then put them in the bowl. slice the tomatoes.
Mix up the ingredients.
Pemmican and Wild Rice
cut pemmican into half inch pcs, put in pot with salt and other spices and water to cover, bring to simmer, add more water once simmering, enough to cook amount of rice using,(wild rice doesnt swell
Aztec Indian Omelette
In skillet, fry onions in bacon grease until tender, add diced hot dogs.
Continue frying until browned.
Add more bacon grease if needed.
Tear up tortillas into bite size pieces and add to
Smoked Bucket Chicken
Make 3 stakes and drive them into ground after laying foil down [stakes placed close enough together that you can fit the three chickens on and still fit bucket over them]
Grindle, usually any smelly, rancid bait will do, but can be caught on a variety of underwater lures. When they are hungry, anything will do.
Did pit about 2 feet deep, by 1 foot wide by 3 feet
Pemmican and Prairie Turnips
Cut pemmican into half inch chunks, put in kettle with salt, peppers, and water to cover, bring to a simmer, when bubbling add turnips cook until softened, 15 mins or so,