My son 'CT' got his 3rd deer a few weeks ago with my brother. He decided to cook up some of the steaks the other night so he marinated the meat in Dr. Pepper overnight ( in the fridge ). This takes away any gamey taste and tenderizes the meat. While the coals were heating up on the barbecue, he drained the Dr. Pepper off the meat, then soaked it in teriyaki sauce, just enough to go half way up the steaks. Then he seasoned them with steak seasoning and barbecued them until medium / rare. They were the BEST steak I've ever had. I don't think I'll let him move away from home - ever.
This blog is dedicated to our family of primarily Scandinavian descent, but very much grateful for our American history and our family cooking, traditions and celebrations which are a wonderful blending of all the people God has placed in our families from all over the world!
This blog will contain the many family recipes we have collected over the years. The recipes will not only be published with pictures, but also contain some information about just what makes it a special family recipe, be the traditions attached to it, why it is so special or delicious...or maybe a family story that sets this apart as a good recipe because the person in the family who is known for this recipe is special. Enjoy!~
Growing up with Scandinavian heritage - I loved the 'special' holiday food, however, my outlook and approach to food changed drastically for me in my early 20's. This is when I married my husband who is a Pacific Islander from Guam and also discovered I had an extreme allergy to milk. All of my contributions to this blog will reflect my lactose intolerance by using substitutes for milk products and will incorporate Chamorro cuisine which we try to recreate using recipes handed down through my husband's family.
Alice & Husband Paul
Alice contributes many recipes to this blog of family recipes. Alice and Paul have 3 grown and married children and 5 grandchildren Alice loves cooking and baking for and with!