Cowboy spaghetti cooks on the stovetop and bakes in the oven, leaving you time to make a salad or dessert after dinner. Pour the spaghetti mixture into a 13x9-inch baking dish if you don't have a cast-iron skillet before baking.
My family makes cowboy soup for luck every new year. Mom has made it since I was tiny. Over time, we've made it such our family and friends adore it.
This gentle southwest dish has been a family favorite for years. It tastes great and suits our budget. Best of all, the recipe makes a second casserole to freeze and enjoy.
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In a foods class, a group of us developed this recipe for the North Dakota's annual Beef Bash. We won the contest
These cookies are popular in Wyoming. Make a batch for your team to see why!
My mother prepared this warm chicken tortilla casserole often. Our family scraped the pan. Mixing chicken, cheese, and spicy green chilies is delicious.
These candied jalapenos—also called cowboy candy—are perfect for spicy food lovers like us! Save syrup to baste roasted chicken or grilled salmon or incorporate into salad dressings. Jars of this explosive condiment make fantastic gifts.
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