Adirondack "Collective" Cookbook

A collection of Adirondack Cooks (chefs, mothers, gardeners, friends, hikers, hunters and outdoor grillers, etc.)

 

 

 

This web feature is dedicated to Rhett Schuler, our dear giving and kind friend who we enjoyed for many years.  He gave to his customers, his colleagues, and friends on end.  Skiing, photography, and cooking were his some of his hobbies.  We were proud to be his taste testers for lunch or snacks.  You could find him often on the slopes teaching and helping others, and often at the office with a special treat for us to test.   Never a dish did fail to be devoured!

 

Rhett Schuler, born in NY city (1954 to 2004), but his heart was in the Adirondacks.  Rhett, before his untimely death, was working on an Adirondack Cookbook.  Rhett, this publication is to finish where you left off.  We invite our guests to add to his collection.  As he never got to finish, we'd like to dedicate this feature to helping him finish his quest of cooking.  Please send your contribution recipes to contact@inandaroundtheadirondackpark.com.  Your recipes will be published under your name.  Thank you for your contributions.  Soul food of the Adirondacks.  Children welcome too!

 

Check out our Farmer Markets (fresh from the farm)

 

 

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Adirondack Apple Crisp

Apple Butter

Apple Cake

Apple Dumplings

Aunt Annís Brown Bread

 

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Banana Bread

Bear Steak

Buttermilk Biscuits

 

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Cheese Pennies

Cherry Torte

Chicken Party Style

Cookies/Bars

    Chocolate Cherry Bars

    Chocolate Cherry Thumbprints

    Mini Snowballs

Crab Dip

Cranberry Jello

Cranberry Pecan Muffins

Cranberry Pineapple Jello Salad

Crispy Peas

     

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Dog Team Tavern's Sticky Buns

 

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Edible Flowers

Edible Wild Adirondack Plants

 

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Fillet of Striped Bass

 

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Helen LeVien, Recipes in Memory of (her son, Doug, shares his mother's publish recipes for our visitors)

    Easy Chicken Divan

    Dutch Baby (Custard Style Oven Baked Pancake)

    Helen's Old-Fashion Rice Pudding

    Supreme Potato-Onion Bake

 

Hunterís Eggs

Home-Grown Baked Beans, Sunday Dinner Style in the Adirondacks

Household Hints, excerpts by the Westport-Elizabeth Garden Club

   General Kitchen

   Clean Up Tips for Stains

   Beauty Tips from the Kitchen

 

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Italian Wedding Soup

 

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Jerky

 

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Mayonnaise

Michigan Hot Dogs "Plattsburgh Style"

 

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North Country Chicken Stew

 

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Onion Almondine

Our Favorite Chinese Almond Cookies

 

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Piccalilli

Pickled Beets

 

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Quick Clean up on the Road

 

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Recipes for quick travel clean ups

Rhubarb Conserve

Rosemary Folklore

 

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Shepard's Pie, Beef Noodle

Spiced Pears

Spinach Salad

Squirrel

Stuff Chicken Breast

 

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Thousand Island Dressing

 

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Vegetable Combo Casserole

Venison Chili

 

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Wild Duck

 

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