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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Bewitching Brownies...

These little gems were pretty tasty. A combo or cookies, brownies & candy! Yum....
 Bewitching Brownie's
   from the CattleQueen aka PineCreekStyle


  • One package of pre made chocolate chip cookie dough, slightly softened
  • One box of Brownie mix, including the ingredients on the box, mine called for 1 egg & 1.3 cup of oil along with 1 cup water. Read directions & see the photo below... 
  • 12 snicker squares...I use Peanut butter, cut diagonally, in half into 24 pieces
Directions:

  1. In a greased muffin tin (12 muffin pan) place one softened cookie dough on the bottom.
  2. Mix the brownie 's together as directed on the box, using the ingredients called for on that box. Place 1 heaping tablespoon of uncooked brown dough on top of the cookie dough.
  3. Next, place 1/2 of the candy square on top of the the brownie dough
  4. In a preheated oven, cook the Bewitching Brownies according to the cooking directions on the brownie box. Check the brownies for done-ness a few minutes before the a looted time to cook. they may finish cooking before that mentioned time.
  5. Let cool for 15 minutes and remove from the pan.
  6. Serve Makes 24 brownies, * (You may use large size muffin tins, just double the cookie & brownie doughs, & 6 candy bars, which will make 12 large brownies)
This recipe reminds me of melted witches hats...perfect for a Halloween treat! Easy to make...delicious to eat! * I used a Halloween cookies dough to add to the Halloween fun!
Oh my.....Yummy....Everyone loved these treats!
Enjoy the Yum with Style....
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Monday, October 27, 2014

Easy Cheesy Biscuits...

Easy, Quick & Cheesy...These biscuits, or "Bis-quits" as the grandkids use to say, were awesome for breakfast....But... tasty for any meal!
Cheesy Breakfast Biscuits (or Bis-Quits.. :))) grandkids name for them!)
   from PineCreekStyle

  • 1 can of prepared canned biscuits
  • 1 stick of string cheese
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
  • chives
  • sea salt
  • garlic salt to taste
  • 1-2 tablespoons of butter, melted
Directions:

  1. Un-can biscuits, place on a greased baking sheet, heat oven according to directions on the can 
  2. Cut the string cheese into 8 equal pieces and place in the center of the biscuit
  3. Sprinkle with garlic salt to taste
  4. Sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese on top of the biscuits, along with some chives.
  5. Roll biscuit into a ball, melding ingredients
  6. Dip the biscuit ball in melted butter
  7. Sprinkle with sea salt
  8. Bake according to the cans ingredients
Serve for any meal....YUM...
Buttery Biscuits with Style...
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Friday, October 24, 2014

Focaccia Bread & 5 Cheese Sauce...

Get your Taste Buds ready for this recipe!
 Toasted Focaccia Bread & 5 Cheese Sauce
An awesome appetizer to share...
Recipe for 4-6 (or double for 8-12)
1-2 loaves of focaccia loaves, slice into thick sticks of bread
1 tablespoons of butter, melted & seasoned with garlic salt to taste
1 tablespoons of minced onions, toasted
*additional 1 tablespoon butter, melted for onions
1 jar of 4 Cheese Alfredo sauce
Garlic Pepper to taste
3 cooked bacon strips, cut or break into small pieces
1 cup of grated cheddar cheese
1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese
Garnish with crisply cooked bacon
 Toast the minced onions in 1 tablespoon of butter until golden brown. Remove from the burner & pan, set aside.
 1 tablespoon butter with garlic salt, melted. For use with Bread.
 Open one jar of 4 Cheese Alfredo Sauce, place in a sauce pan. Add cheddar and parmesan cheeses. Stir well. Cook on medium to low heat, stir often.
 Add toasted onions & garlic pepper to taste. Stir and put on simmer.
 Slice focaccia bread into thick slices and heat oven to a low broil.
 Brush melted garlic butter on both sides of the bread. Broil on low until toasted. Keep a close eye you don't want the bread sticks over done.
 The sauce is ready to serve. And the bread is ready.
 Time to assemble and serve. 
Best served immediately while hot.

 To Assemble: 
Dish up a generous amount of cheese sauce onto a large plate. Next layer your bread sticks in a stacking box like shape. Drizzle some sauce across the top, next sprinkle on bacon pieces, toss a little grated parmesan cheese for garnish and a few chives too!
An Absolutely Amazing Appetizer!

Your Guests will LOVE your Cooking Style... 
NeeCee Signature
Wish I had some right NOW!
*All photos belong to NeeCee at Pine Creek Style
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Soon to Be Famous Pulled Ham...


"Soon to Be Famous Pulled Ham"
Revisited recipe from PineCreekStyle
This recipe is so simple and easy, but NOT short on FLAVOR!
If you like HAM, it will become a family FAVORITE.
Even if HAM is not your favorite, it it might be NOW. It's that GOOD!

 This is our Son's ham recipe. The first time he served it to us, we all wanted to know HOW it was fixed. We were amazed at the simplicity and flavor.

 You will need a large crock pot or roasting oven w/a lid.
  • 1 large bone-in Ham
  • 1 bottle of Red wine
Bake at 350 degrees for 8+ hours
No seasonings needed!
You may check on it, baste it and replace the lid about every hour.
The ham will start to cook off the bone. When ham is done, use a set of forks to pull the ham (off the bone) in a shredding motion. Let the ham fall into the wine's basting juices below. Mix well to blend juices with meat. The bone may be frozen to be used in a soup or beans at a later date.
 This ham looks similar to pulled pork. It is moist and packed flavor.
Guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds!
 This ham may be served many ways. Serve as seen above; shredded as the main course, in omelet's, sandwiches, taco's, soups & beans and much more.

Soon to Be Famous with Style...


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Friday, October 17, 2014

Prime Rib Roast, Pine Creek Ranch Style


Prime Rib, the Pine Creek way.....

*Based on a 18 lb Prime Rib Roast
Adapted from a previous post 3 years ago...worth sharing again....
Pine Creek Style Meat Rub:
 2 tablespoons Kona Coffee Spice
 2 tablespoons Garlic Salt
2 tablespoons Worcestershire Pepper
Mix well...

Preparing the Meat:

1. Allow the meat to come to room temperature before cooking. This helps the meat to reach the correct temps while cooking. Set out on the kitchen counter, still wrapped, for 2 hours before you prepare for cooking. Using this method allows the meat to cook more evenly throughout the roast. 
2. After 2 hours, unwrap and rinse meat in cool water. Pat the roast dry with paper towels. Turn the oven on at 450 degrees, to preheat.
3. Place bone side down on a baking sheet or roasting pan. Cut small slits across the top of the roast (see the picture above). Insert garlic bulbs in a few of the slits, (use as desired for taste). 

**(I buy garlic bulbs at Costco they come in a large package but they are divided into small sections. I freeze them using them as I need. It works well.)

4. Rub olive oil, (Lucero is a local company, I used their garlic infused olive oil),  over the roast including the ends. Then apply the meat rub, recipe below:

5. Cover the top, sides and ends with the meat rub.

6. Sprinkle roast with course salt covering the top.

*The salt helps the meat to retain it's juices. Course salt dissolves slower, blending the flavors with the meat.

You are ready for the OVEN!

Cooking Time:
7 ribs, 16-18 pounds
15 minutes at 450 degrees
Then lower the oven, to 325 degrees, for 3 to 3 1/2 hours
Every half hour or so, baste the ends with the drippings. *Baste once across the top, just before you remove from oven. Insert the meat thermometer into the meat, the thickest part of the meat, not touching the bone, 1/2 hour before done, checking for temperature. When the temperature reaches 120 degrees, remove the roast from the oven. Let roast REST for 20-30 minutes, every important. Cover with foil while resting. Resting time allows the juices to penetrate the roast adding flavor to the meat.

 *Save drippings for your gravy!

**Prime Rib is traditionally served as a juicy, rare (to medium) piece of meat. Rare meat is cooked 120-125 degrees and has a bright red center that grows to a slightly pinkish color towards the exterior.

"Pine Creek Style Prime Rib"

Had to show off that beautiful Prime Rib...one more time!......
Enjoy your Holidays...Plan ahead with Style....
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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Prime Rib Jalapeño Poppers

The perfect flavors blended together in Jalapeño Bliss...YUM!
Prime Rib Jalapeño Poppers
   The CattleQueenCooks at PineCreekStyle

Ingredients:
  • 1 - 8oz brick of cream cheese, softened 
  • 1/2 of 1 small can of chopped Jalapeños, drained
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup of finely chopped cooked prime rib, tiny bits
  • PineCreek Ranch Seasonings (HERE) or Garlic Pepper & Cumin to taste
  • Mexican chili pepper seasoning to taste
  • 1 pkg of Wonton wrappers
Directions:

1. Set the won ton wrappers aside, for the moment
2. Blend all the ingredients together, cream well together
3. Place a tablespoon of the mixture in the center of the wonton and roll or wrap as you like
4. Fry each popper in a fry pan prepared with hot oil, cook on all sides until done
5. Serve with nacho cheese sauce 

Ornery's new fave! Yum!

Serve with Style as an appetizer or for dinner!
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