Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Gooseberry Patch "Game Day Fan Fare" Cook Book Review & Giveaway!

One bonus of being a Food Blogger
are times like this....getting to review
If you are ever looking for a
cook book that will give you
"tried & true" recipes, you need
not look any further than the
is packed with fun foods to serve
ant time of the year.
I chose (3) recipes to share with y'all.
With the Hot Summer months ahead I
wanted to share some recipe that you could
fix for all those backyard BBQ's.
*( Pg. 99~) All Season Coleslaw
1/2 C. Mayonnaise
1/3 C. Milk
1/4 C. Sugar
1 tsp. Vinegar
1/4 tsp. Salt
1/4 tsp. Pepper
16 oz. pkg Coleslaw mix
* I also added in 1/4 tsp. Celery Salt
Place the coleslaw mix into a bowl,
set aside for now. Mix all other ingredients
together in a small bowl. Whisk together until
smooth, Pour over slaw mix.
Toss coat evenly. Cover and chill at
least 1 hour before serving.
 
 *(Pg. 138~) Nana's Baked Beans
1/2 lb. Bacon~chopped
1 Onion ~chopped
1 C. Dark Brown Sugar
1/3 C. Molasses
1/4 C. Worcestershire Sauce
1 TBSP. Mustard
3/4 C. Ketchup
2 (15oz.) Pork and Beans~drained
 
In a deep skillet over medium heat,
cook bacon until crisp; drain.
Add in remaining ingredients, reduce heat
stirring to blend. Transfer beans to a
3 quart baking dish. Bake uncovered
at 350 for 30 minutes.
 
*( Pg. 115~)Teriyaki Burgers
1/4 C. Soy Sauce~* I used Aloha brand
1/4 C. Honey
2 Cloves Garlic~ minced
1 tsp. Ground Ginger
1/8 tsp. Salt
1/8 tsp. Pepper
2 lb. Lean Ground Beef
1/3 C. Mayonnaise
6 Hamburger buns
 
In a large bowl combine the first 6
ingredients together. Reserve 2 TBSP.
of this sauce. Add in the ground beef to
the majority of the sauce. Form into
patties. (I chilled them for an hour before
I grilled them. It helps keep the patty together)
Now combine the mayo with the 2 TBSP.
of sauce. Chill until ready to serve.
Grill burgers on medium heat until
no longer pink in the center.
Spread the saucy-mayo onto buns,
add any other topping you like.
 
 This whole meal was a hit!
Now you can enter to win a
You have (3) easy ways to enter!
 
1.) Leave a comment below naming your
favorite item to take to a BBQ.
 
* Winner will be announced on 6-18-13
GOOD LUCK!
~Lark
 
All opinions are my own, I was provided will a copy
of this cook book by Gooseberry Patch.


26 comments:

Jaclyn said...

Oh gosh, it really depends ... it could be a potato salad, or pasta salad or a dessert.

Jaclyn said...

I'm a "liker" on their facebook page :).

Jaclyn said...

I also follow their blog.

Denise said...

I like to bring deviled eggs!!

Denise said...

I already like Gooseberry Patchs FB page

Denise said...

I also follow their blog too !!!!
pick me pick me

Marsha Baker said...

MMMM! All those dishes look like fabulous fare for the summer! I normally take a dessert.

Marsha Baker said...

I like Gooseberry Patch at FB.

Marsha Baker said...

I am already subscribed to Gooseberry Patch blog.

Maggie said...

baked beans

Maggie said...

like GBP on FB

Maggie said...

follow gbp blog

Maureen said...

I make my famous fruit salad with a lime citrus marinade and Fat Boy Potato Salad...it is delish and I usually make about 40 pounds for all the fatboys! LOL

Maureen said...

I subscribe to the blog!

Maureen said...

I like Gooseberry Patch on Facebook!

Nofearpapertiger said...

My favorite item to take to a bbq is baked beans!

Angela Rhodes
nofearpapertiger AT Gmail

Nofearpapertiger said...

I like Gooseberry Patch on Facebook

Angela Rhodes
nofearpapertiger AT Gmail

Nofearpapertiger said...

I'm following the blog via email.

Angela Rhodes
nofearpapertiger AT Gmail

Summer said...

I like to take chips and my special french onion dip. It's always a hit!

Summer said...

I Like Gooseberry Patch FB page!

Summer said...

I follow the blog!

Deb said...

I mostly like to take cakes, pies, cupcakes, etc to barbecues. Salads are good as well!

DebNJoizee919@aol.com

Deb said...

I follow GBP on Facebook!

Pamela Britt said...

I'm on FB with GBP!!

Pamela Britt said...

I'm on FB with GBP!!

castlemonty said...

Deviled eggs or ham and cheese or tuna roll ups. There must be a better name for those, but that is what I call them! I remove crusts then lay out several slices of bread, overlapping, add a little milk then press together. Spread with cream cheese or mayonnaise and top with either ham and cheese or tuna. Chill, then slice into pinwheels. Decorate with pimentos.

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