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November 21, 2013

Third graders share holiday recipes

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MT. VERNON — With Thanksgiving coming up next week, you can almost smell the turkey roasting in the air. Appetites are ready for classic Thanksgiving fare and newer traditional dinner treats.

Students in Katie Baumhoegger's third grade class at the District 80 Primary Center are ready for some Thanksgiving culinary delights — and written their own recipes for their family to follow.

The recipes are part of a writing project teaching about different types of writing. While the young students may not write perfect recipes, writing recipes will be something that follows them throughout life, as shown in the Holiday Recipes section of today's Register-News.

The Holiday Recipes feature tried-and-true recipes from local cooks. The third grade students may not have tried out their recipes, but they are definitely the recipe to get everyone in the holiday spirit!

 

Kyleigh and Grandma's Awsome Cheasy Potatos

2 cups of cheder cheas

half a stick of butter

3 potatos

5 pinches of salt

 

First get a bowl. Second masher. Third a pealer. Fourth a oven. Fifth preheat oven to 250 degrees. Sixth let the potatos bake for 20 to 30 minutes. Seventh put cheder chease buter potatos salt in a bowl.

Kyleigh Larson

 

My TT Meriacey Tased Chicken Tenders

grease

chicken tenders in a bag

 

First put some grease on the pot. Second turn to sove on. Third put the chicken tenders on the pot. When the grease is popping, it will have to set for a little bet. When it done, turn off the sove. The grease is hot so use a big spon to get the chicken tenders out. It will be hot when it is done it will have to cole off an it done.

Karet Richardson

 

Delicious Chesee Pile

beans

American chesee

pork

 

1 can of beans. Brown beans. 1 box of American chesee. 1 packeag of pork. Mix beans, chesee and pork. Cook for 30 to 40 mins on the stove top temper 390 degrees. Mix it up when it's done and serve it.

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