Interesting things I found along the way-you never know.

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Kids Kooking Pineapple Jello Rings

Pineapple Jello Rings

1 (3 ounces) box of lime or strawberry Jello
1( 20 ounces) can of Pineapple Rings/Rounds

Just pour off the liquid of a No. 2 can of Dole Pineapple. Replace with gelatin made with half the liquid in package directions. Chill until set. Run a little hot water along the sides and bottom to loosen. Then cut the bottom of the can and use it to push mold out. Cut between pineapple rounds and serve.

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Kids Kooking Hot Dog Cuts/Designs

Hot Dog Cuts/Designs
Great for the summer picnics or BBQs
Hot dog design 1: Diamond
Score the top of the hot dog deeply — about halfway through the hot dog, using a crosshatch design.
Hot dog design 2: Spikes
Cut the hot dog three-quarters of the way through, down the middle. Cross with vertical cuts, also only three-quarters of the way through the hot dog.
Hot dog design 3: Palm tree
Cut three slices through the board (all the way through the hot dog), leaving one inch on the end uncut.
Hot dog design 4: Zig-Zag
Cut through to the board down one side. Make cuts on the the opposite side between the first ones.
Hot dog design 5: Spirals
Cut the hot dog in long quarters, making four separate strips.
Hot dog design 6: Snake
Cut through to the board on half of each side of the hot dog, leaving the opposite side uncut.

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Kids Kooking Dude Ranch Beans

Dude Ranch Beans

2 cans baked beans, any style 
1/2 lb. franks cut in 1" cubes
1 tbsp. prepared mustard
5 small cooked onions
10 slices dill pickles
2 tomatoes cut into wedges
olive oil or cooking oil

Place beans in shallow baking dish. Spread frank cuts with mustard. Arrange with onions, pickles and tomato slices on five skewers. Brush with oil, place on beans. Bake in hot oven (400˚F) 30 minutes or arrange on broiler pan and broil until hot and lightly browned.
PS If you're using bamboo skewers, don't forget to soak them in water for about 30 minutes before threading them with food.