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A favorite section for me personally, as we share recipes from our own kitchens as well as those from famous chefs and cooks like you.

Chicken Pot PieRandi’s Thumbprint Cookies

I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that’s as unique as a fingerprint – and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of service, working hard, and also allowing the energy of the universe to lead you.
Oprah Winfrey

 

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Chicken Pot Pie

Old-Fashioned Chicken Pot Pie – Smoke Signals' Modern Day Version

Just walk into any house that has this dish cooking and you will swoon with hunger and memories, I promise.

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Wild Rice Chippewa style

Wild Rice Chippewa style

Eat rice in its healthiest and wildest form! Wild rice (also called Canada rice, Indian rice, and water oats) was essential to survival of the First Peoples who occupied North America’s central woodland lakes region thousands of years ago.

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Lima Beans Dish

Snickerdoodle Bread

From one of our favorite High Noon moms, Elayne McCracken.

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Lima Beans Dish

I Can’t Believe These are Lima Beans Dish

Wait! Stop! I thought everyone hated Lima Beans, too. But don’t pass judgment until you taste these! Plus they look beautiful along side turkey, stuffing and cranberries, so give Limas a chance!

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Warm Pumpkin Salad with Polenta and Candied Pumpkin Seeds

Warm Pumpkin Salad with Polenta and Candied Pumpkin Seeds

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Linda’s Smokey Tomato Soup with Range Bacon

Linda’s Smokey Tomato Soup with Range Bacon

The bright flavors of tomato and smoked paprika make this soup perfect for the end of summer. It’s delicious chilled or hot. Serves 4. Be sure to continue tasting this soup while making it and give it your level of piquante!

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Roy Rogers Lemon Meringue Pie

Roy Rogers Lemon Meringue Pie

Dusty Rogers (Roy Rogers Jr.) enjoyed the Margarita pie recipe so much last month that he made it for his entire museum staff! One word of advice from him, "When making the recipe, you may want to sample the ingredients as you go. Tasting the tequila with every step makes it more fun!"

It inspired him to share the recipe that brought his parents together. The story goes that Roy was performing in Ohio when an attractive fan offered to feed him and his singing group her mother's Lemon Meringue Pie. Pie lead to dinner, dinner to courting, courting to history being made!!!!!

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Margarita Pie

Margarita Pie

This is a great recipe from "Tastes & Treasures A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona." I purchased the whole book because it has some fascinating history of hospitality venues around the state that are 50 years or older. But then I found the recipes to be so good and easy to make. This one is so pretty to serve. The photos in the book are yummy. I got it at www.HistoricalLeague.org for $24.95 and free shipping. It is a non profit group so all funds raised go right to the Historical Society Museum for education.

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Banana Boats

Banana Boats

Many of you have grown up eating S'mores by the campfire. Here is a slightly healthier (Ha!) variation of this old standard.

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Route 66 Strawberry Cobbler

Route 66 Strawberry Cobbler

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Pink Adobe Apple Pie

Pink Adobe Apple Pie

This is a famous dessert served at the Pink Adobe restaurant in Santa Fe. The Pink Adobe is the oldest restaurant in Santa Fe, it opened over 60 years ago. The pie is a delicious blend of apples, spices, nuts and raisins. It's a Santa Fe favorite - don't overlook the sauce.

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Cow Country Cooking – Red Wine Chili

Cowtown Coleslaw

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Ranch Beans

Ranch Beans

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Smoke Signals blows your way from High Noon Western Americana of Los Angeles, California, producers of the High Noon Antique Show & Auction for 25 years (1991-2014). Smoke Signals eMagazine was founded in 2010 from a desire to share thoughts and facts with the High Noon community and look at what is going on in the Western world while feeding our readers with great recipes and giving advertisers a chance to blow their own smoke.

And hopefully we educate along the way.

Linda Kohn Sherwood, Editor


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