Spicy Ranch Pretzels

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Spicy Pretzels are addictive and so very good!

How to make them?

One cup of Vegetable oil

one package of Ranch dressing

one tsp of Cayenne pepper

one tsp of garlic powder

Mix them all together. Preheat oven to 250. Oh 1 pound of pretzels spread out on two cookie sheets and pour the mixture over pretzels. Bake for one hour to an hour and a half.cayenne-pretzels_exps15766_w101973175d09_07_2b_rms Try it! I promise you will love them.

 

Soup of the Day – Beer

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Another blustery day, good day for comfort food. I was craving Matzo Ball Soup. So, I headed out to the best deli around – The General Muir. Walking past a different restaurant the sign read “Soup of the Day – Beer” I chuckled. When I was seated I knew what I needed. Soup and beer. Beer2.JPG

Both of them were delicious.

Corned Beef and Cabbage

I decided, for some crazy reason, I would make corned beef and cabbage. It is chilly here and it seemed like a good comfort food. So, I bought beef brisket in a bag, with pickling spices in it. Seemed like a no brainer. The directions said to cover it with water and add the spice packet. I opened the bag, hunk of beef no spices. UH OH. I decided I would cover the meat with chicken broth ( I had a big box of it), a can of beef broth, a half of beer ( I wanted to drink the other half). Pepper corns, fresh ground pepper, garlic salt, allspice and more pepper were added too. I cooked this for 2 1/2 hours. I then added 5 potatoes peeled and quartered, 4 carrots, an onion, and some celery, oh and a head of cabbage, quartered.

Now, the reason I am writing this, this broth was out of this world, delicious. I am sure I cannot remake it again, but I will try. I think it was one of the best soups I have ever made.

What next, cookies for Christmas.