Today’s Recipe and Location: Mango Margaritas
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog
This recipe looks down right fun, even though I am not a drinker or even a mango fan. When you look at the recipe, Ree says she serves it with her amazing Mexican food. Be sure to check out those recipes because she is a great Mexican chef. I think the tie in is the limes. I don’t know many people who don’t love a cold or frozen margarita. Here’s to all of you!
Fabulous “Family and Friends” Food
Hunter’s Stew (Baked Spaghetti)
(From Sarah Jensen)
3 boxes uncooked spaghetti
4 lbs. ground beef or pork or venison, etc. cooked
1 pint of cream
½ lb. Roquefort cheese/blue cheese, crumbled
2 – 3 onions, diced and cooked with the ground beef
1 large can of tomato juice
2 packages of bacon, cooked and cut
Place cooked snips of bacon in bottom of large baking dish, then a layer of spaghetti, layer of meat/onion. Repeat.
When the layers are done, pour the ½ of the tomato juice and all of the cream over the top.
Dot cheese over the top, cook slowly for 3 hours or more at 350 degrees, keep covered
Add the remainder of the can of tomato juice during cooking.