Joe & Martina’s (Burrito Joe’s Famous Salsa) Recipe!!!

Directions:

6-8 Roma Tomatoes

¼ White or Yellow Onion

3 cloves of garlic

2-4 Jalapenos or Serranos (depending how spicy you want it)

Bunch of Cilantro

Salt to taste

Squeeze of Lime

Boil all veggies in a big pot until softened. I typically peel the tomato skin off. 

Allow everything to cool off a bit then add to food processor.

Blend to the consistency you like! Done!

Chelsey James~ Recipe!!!

Easy Crockpot Chicken and Dumplings:
Ingredients:
2 cans cream of chicken soup4 Tbsp butter2 cups chicken broth2 pounds of chicken1 Tbsp garlic powder1 can of 8 large biscuits Salt and Pepper to taste


Directions:
Lay chicken breasts in bottom of crockpot. Add in cream of chicken, butter, chicken broth and garlic powder. Mix together. Cook on high for 4 hours or until chicken is cooked through and shreds easily.  Shred chicken and stir.  Cook biscuits according to can directions.  Cut into quarters and mix into crockpot. Salt and pepper to taste and serve! 

Dave Herrera~ Prime Rib Roast Recipe

Not sure I’m the best cook, but I can make a mean prime rib roast.

1.I preheat the oven at 500 degrees.I basically dump

2. 1/4 cup of vegetable oil in a glassware, smother it with butter, layered chopped up garlic, massage it with a hand full of pepper.

3. 3 teaspoons of salt, worchester sauce, then I throw in chopped vegetables (asparagus, carrots and potatoes).

4. I place it in the oven to SEAR for 8-10 minutes uncovered.

5. I then turn the temperature down to 325 degrees and check every 30-35 minutes with a meat temperature until 115-125 degrees which will deliver a medium rare Prime Rib Roast!!

Mandy McMillan’s Recipe: (Vegan Black Bean Brownie)

1 can black beans (drained and rinsed)
1 cup peanut butter
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup vegan choc chips
2 tbs cocoa 
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp cinnamon
pinch sea salt
(love to put a little dash of cayenne in there as well to spice it up!)

* preheat oven to 350F
– put black beans in food processor and blend until smooth (I like to do this first to make sure all beans are blended)
– add in peanut butter, maple syrup and vanilla – blend again
– put in dry ingredients – cocoa, cinnamon, sea salt (cayenne if you’d like) and blend
– add choc chips and give the processor a little swirl to blend them in (make sure not to over blend the chips)
– put batter in a lightly oiled up brownie pan (I use coconut oil) 
– cook for 20-25 mins
* just as a warning – the batter usually does not make it to the oven and I end up eating it raw *whoops 😉

ENJOY! 

Chloe Collins~ (Christmas Cookies Recipe)

Christmas Cookies Recipe:

Ingredients:

1 package Chocolate chips

1 package butterscotch chips

1 cup peanut butter

Directions:

Put it all in boiler pot, over medium heat, mixing constantly so it doesn’t burn. 

When all melted together, pour in 1 cup peanuts into the mixture and  stir them through. 

Place foil or parchment paper on a cookie sheet, pour out the mixture and even it out with a spatula.

Sprinkle mini marshmallows on top of the entire pan of cookies.

Place in refrigerator overnight. 

In the morning, use a sharp, thick knife to cut cookies into pieces.

Taylor Hughes’:(Old Fashioned w/ Red Eye Whiskey)~ Recipe

Old Fashioned with Red Eye Whiskey

  1. 3oz of Red Eye Whiskey 
  2. 2-3 dashes of orange bitters
  3. .5-1 teaspoon of Simple syrup 
  4. 1 orange peel for garnish
  5. Maraschino cherry (optional) 
  6. 1 large ice cube (I recommend buying the sphere ice cubes) 
  7. Rocks glass 

                  DIRECTIONS:

  1. Put simple syrup and bitters in glass. Mix together
  2. Add ice to glass
  3. Pour Red Eye on top and mix with bar spoon (this drink is not shaken!) 
  4. Add orange peel and optional cherry
  5. Enjoy! 

Tera Lynne Fister~ Meatball Sandwich Recipe

Ingredients:

1 Pound Ground beef

1 pound Mild Italian sausage

One yellow onion, chopped

Loads of garlic

Generous amount course sea salt/ black pepper

Basil (you cannot over due herbs)

Italian parsley

Two eggs

½ cup milk

Breads crumbs till it “feels right” – you’ll know. Not too sticky, not too dry

Instructions:

Hand mix, then roll into balls.

Sear sides in hot pan of oil

Finish cooking in marinara on medium heat (8 minutes-ish) 

Toast whatever bread you choose. Insert meatballs. Splash some marinara in there. Add some shredded parmesan and let melt. Devour.