From her backyard, high above the city, producer Traci Neuman demonstrates an easy way to cook steak. It is the first of our three part series on fondue recipes.
Ingredients: 12 chocolate kisses8 ounces melted semisweet chocolate12 kosher marshmallows12 thin pretzel stickswhite frosting
On the menu today for My Wisconsin Backyard is seared salmon and some sides. Seared Salmon White Wine Sauce Bourbon Glazed Brussel Sprouts Roasted Mushroom Risotto
Whether you enjoy them on salads, stuffed in your favorite bird, as a side dish or just as a quick snack – this homemade recipe will turn your stale day-old bread into a dish to write home about! Old bread (3-4cups)1/4 cup olive oilSalt (to taste)Garlic powder (to taste)Dried rosemary and oregano (to taste)
In honor of Veterans Day, My Wisconsin Backyard shows you a quick way to make red, white and blue chips and dip.
Unlike the movie that carries a similar name, these end of the season delights are presented in an easy to follow recipe that will be handed down from one generation to the next.
Denny Rauen says cooking fish correctly is as important as catching them. He created a recipe for salmon and walleye and shared it with us. Ingredients: Salmon/Walleye, Olive Oil, Bread Crumbs, Vinegar, Cayenne Red Pepper, Water, Sea Salt, Black Pepper Mix cayenne red pepper, vinegar and water to make marinade. Roll fish in marinate andContinue reading “Denny’s Blackened Salmon”
If you are carving up your pumpkin don’t throw away the seeds! We have a quick and easy way for you to turn them into delicious snacks.
Last week we showed you how to harvest fresh horseradish. This week we turn it into a spicy dip that is great with tomatoes and other vegetables from your garden.