29 its puts Recipes

  • As You Like It Chicken Breasts
    sour cream, lemon juice, worcestershire sauce and
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    sour cream, lemon juice, worcestershire sauce, butter, melted, celery salt, garlic salt, salt, pepper, boneless skinless chicken breasts (i usually only use 4 very good sized ones), herb seasoned stuffing mix, rolled fine (and put in a bowl big enough to roll the chicken in)
    40 min, 10 ingredients
  • Put It Together in 15 Minutes Lasagna
    olive oil, chopped onion, garlic cloves, minced and
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    olive oil, chopped onion, garlic cloves, minced, lean ground beef or 1 1/2 lbs ground turkey, dried basil, dried oregano, crushed red pepper flakes (more or less to your liking), diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, salt and black pepper, ricotta cheese (regular or part-skim), grated mozzarella cheese, divided (regular or part-skim), egg, ground black pepper, uncooked lasagna noodles, grated parmesan cheese or 1/4 cup romano cheese
    1 hour 15 min, 16 ingredients
  • Hot Roast Beef Commercials
    i use a 3 1/2 to 4 lb chuck roast, well marbelized with f... and
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    i use a 3 1/2 to 4 lb chuck roast, well marbelized with fat, and if you can find a bone-in roast, that s better yet (but it s almost always boneless chuck that you find at the grocer). i like to quickly rinse the roast in cold water just before i lay it on the cutting board to coat it with seasoned flour. place the following ingredients in a small baggie and shake the closed bag to mix it up, flour, salt, garlic salt, crazy mixed-up salt (if you can tsp get this seasoning, use seasoned salt instead, but jane s is by far the best), pepper, use your hands to generously pat the seasoned flour into the roast, on both sides, flipping the roast a couple times and repeating the process., in a dutch oven or roasting pan large enough to hold the roast, heat 1 tbsp oil over medium high heat - you want your pan and oil to be hot enough to sear the roast well when you put it in the pan. when the oil is just about to the smoking point, put the roast in and cover the pan. let the meat sear until nicely browned on the bottom, then flip the roast. let it sear for a minute or two on the second side, then add, beef stock (i much prefer the boxed stock to the canned broth - it just seems to give the gravy a much richer taste in the end), cover the roasting pan and place it in a pre-heated 300 degree oven. roast for 4 to 5 hours, until the meat is fork tender and falls apart easily. i check the roast each hour, quickly opening the lid, just to make sure the stock has not evaporated. as long as your pan has a good seal on it, this shouldn tsp happen. but if necessary, add more stock to the pan., an hour before the roast is done , prepare the mashed potatoes. peel 6 large red potatoes (these work better - at least for me - because they are much moister than the russets, so the mashed potatoes are creamier); cut into 1/4th, and place them in a large saucepan - rinse the cut potatoes 2 times in cold water, then cover them in fresh cold water and place the pan over medium high heat; boil until tender. this is usually about 30 minutes, but it depends on the size of your cuts, so just cook them until you can easily insert a fork into a potato. drain potatoes well, reserving 1 cup of the water for the gravy. add the following to the hot potatoes, butter, sour cream, milk, salt, crazy mixed up salt (use regular salt or garlic salt if jane s salt is not available), pepper, i use a hand masher , but you can use an electric mixer or however you chose to mash the potatoes into a creamy yet firm texture. add more milk if potatoes are too stiff. place the mashed potatoes in a buttered casserole dish, cover with foil, and place in the oven to keep warm while you make the gravy., prepare the gravy, melt 2 tbsp butter, stir in 1/4 cup flour to make a paste, stir in enough beef stock to thin the paste enough to pour., finished roast from the pan and place it on a plate; cover meat with foil to keep warm., place the roasting pan over a medium flame and bring the liquid to a gentle boil (i usually seem to have about 1 1/2 to 2 cups liquid in the pan when the roast is done - if you have less, just use the beef stock to increase your liquid)., use a whisk to gradually whisk in the butter/flour/stock liquid., add 2 tbsp beef base - i use tone s (i prefer beef base to buillon - has a richer flavor and is really worth having on hand, but if you can tsp find this, try knorr s beef buillon extra large cubes), add the 1 cup of reserved potato water, add 1/2 cup beef stock, taste the gravy and see if you want more seasoning. i usually find i don tsp need to add anything at this point, since i have the seasoning from the flour coating and the stock and the beef base. if you think you need more seasoning, add salt and pepper to your taste. beef base will also give you more saltiness., keep the gravy warm while you uncover the meat and use 2 forks to pull the meat apart into small to medium chunks., you are now ready to assemble...
    5 hour , 32 ingredients
  • Saint Nicholas Bread
    at the time when christianity was accepted in serbia , ma... and
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    at the time when christianity was accepted in serbia , many families were baptised and chose their own saint. this is why saint nicholas is celebrated by so many families on the 19th of december. for the orthodox families st. nicholas is a special day with special rituals and prayers, to others it only means a day to be with your family and enjoy lots of food., this st. nicholas bread is traditionally made in orthodox families for the feast of st. nicholas. i heard that in other families a coin is put in the bread and the person who gets the piece with the coin will be rich in the future. i do not believe that this is part of a religious ritual, but i can be wrong., ingredients for the bread, sugar, fresh yeast or 1 package dry yeast (7 g), lukewarm milk, kilo flour (all purpose), salt, sugar, butter, egg yolks, grated lemon peel and some lemon juice, ingredients for the braid, flour, water, little bit salt, how to make the bread, put the (fresh ) yeast in a small bowl together with a tsp sugar and a little bit lukewarm milk. mix and set aside so the yeast can start to work. yeast usually activates between 25 and 28 degrees celsius., take another bowl and beat the egg yolks, add the rest of the milk and stir well., put the flour , sugar, salt, lemon peel and a bit of lemon juice together in a bowl. add the softened butter in small pieces and knead until the mixture has a fine texture., mix the yeast mixture with the milk/egg mixture and add it to the flour. knead everything well until the dough becomes a ball (leaving the bowl clean). put the dough into another bowl, cover it with a damp cloth and put it on a warm place. let the dough rise for 2 hours., after these two hours knead the dough again (shortly) on a floured surface. make a ball again and let the dough rise again for 1 hour., form a round bread and put it on a greased baking tray or use greased baking paper. you can also use a round baking pan, don tsp forget to grease it, make the dough for the braid by mixing 250 g flour, 180 ml water and a pinch of salt together in a bowl. make a soft dough, divide it in three pieces and form 3 rolls. make a braid twice the diameter of the bread. cut the braid in half and form a cross on the bread, use a water/egg mixture to glue it on the bread., bake the st. nicholas bread in a preheated oven on 180 degrees celsius for about 60 minutes.
    25 ingredients
  • Calphalon Pan For Candy Making
    i had input from several great friends who took their tim... and
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    i had input from several great friends who took their time to help in the search., on g, juels , tink, danadooley and magandab., cherylann from ez cooking, thanks to all for you time and help. jessica harlan a very busy person took time to research pans and sent me several emails, thank you for taking your time to help a stranger., magandab sent me a link on g for a pan at target and since i pass it often and by chance the day she sent her message on gr, i stopped and checked the pan made by calphalon., very heavy, straight sides so it would be easy to attach a candy thermometer and a glass lid with a dip lip with strainer capability., what an incredible pan for $60. why; i am able to put the butter and sugars into the pan and not worry about burning! i made toffee again last night and to really test it, set the temp 1 line about medium on the electric stove. i would stir about every 10 minutes and then do something else; well i was making a cheese cake while the toffee cooked. every time i checked, it was boiling up, stir and i could feel nothing sticking to the bottom and burning like my old copper bottom revere ware steel 3 quart pot., how great to not have to worry about the mixture burning. this is a 4 quart pot. just perfect for the amount of butter and sugar to boil and become a food that should be reserved for the gods., i placed a mat over the pot as it boiled as the cool air was affecting the rise in temperature. the notch in the side for pouring let me leave my bamboo spoon in pot, the thermometer clipped to the side. once the mix reached 285 i poured the mix into the pan and it was so cool to see how the very last bit slipped right out of the pan. this is a fantastic pot for making toffee and recommend without reservation the purchase of this pot by calphalon., double thanks to magandab for sending me to my perfect candy pan. eating my toffee makes see s toffee-ettes taste like dirt, this is the link magandab sent me, http://www.target.com/kitchen-essentials-calphalon-hard-anodized-straining/dp/b000jm34km/qid =1234998462/ref=br_1_4/192-4549105-5227516 ie=utf8&node=11082001&frombrowse=1&rh=&page=1
    38 min, 13 ingredients
  • Cinnamon Bread
    granulated sugar, eggs, shortening and
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    granulated sugar, eggs, shortening, sour milk (put 1/2 tsp baking soda in milk after you put in 1 tbsp vinegar to sour it), vanilla, all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt, brown sugar, cinnamon
    1 hour 20 min, 10 ingredients
  • Antique Recipe Carolina Way Of Boiling Rice
    pick the rice carefully , and wash it. through two or thr... and
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    pick the rice carefully , and wash it. through two or three cold waters till it is quite clean., then (having drained off all the water through a colander) put the rice into a pot of boiling water, with a very little salt, allowing as much as a quart of water to a half a pint of rice; boil it twenty minutes of more., then pour off the water , draining the rice as dry as possible., lastly , set it on hot coals (or on the stove if you have no hot coals)with the lid off, that the steam may not condense upon it and render the rice watery., keep it dry thus for a quarter of an hour., put it into a deep dish , and loosen and toss it up from the bottom with two forks, 1 in each hand, so that the grains may appear to stand alone.
    20 min, 6 ingredients
  • Scallops Crudo With Vanilla Salt
    day boat scallops, freshly squeezed lime juice and
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    day boat scallops, freshly squeezed lime juice, good-quality extra-virgin olive oil, vanilla salt, freshly grated ginger, mint leaves , sliced into chiffonade, make vanilla salt , all you do is scrape out the insides of a vanilla bean and put it into a 1/4 cup of salt. let it sit for 2 days and it ll be ready to use. easy
    7 ingredients
  • No Bake Pudding Graham Cracker Cake
    honey graham crackers (not sure of what size box i use ju... and
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    honey graham crackers (not sure of what size box i use just the 1 with three packages in it, had to put something or it w), instant vanilla pudding, instant chocolate pudding mix, milk, heavy whipping cream, chocolate syrup, to decorate
    20 min, 6 ingredients
  • Easy Always Tender Pork Ribs With BBQ Sauce No Grilling
    pork rib racks, yellow mustard and
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    pork rib racks, yellow mustard, barbecue sauce (i prefer sweet baby rays), all purpose seasoning (recipe to follow ), kosher salt, onion and garlic powder, depends on your taste i use 1/2 of both, coarse black pepper , i mix it and put it in a shaker and use it for everything
    4 hour 5 min, 7 ingredients
  • Put That in Your Soup and Eat It Put That in Your Soup and Eat It
    olive oil, chorizo sausage, crumbled casing removed and
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    olive oil, chorizo sausage, crumbled casing removed, butter, carrot, peeled and shredded, onion, shallot, garlic cloves, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme, diced portabella mushroom, chickpeas (drained ), chipotle chiles in adobo, diced, salt & pepper, flour, beef stock, turkey stock or 3 cups chicken stock, red wine , pour yourself a glass while you cook it too (if you won tsp drink it, don tsp use it), sherry wine, half-and-half
    1 hour , 19 ingredients
  • Put a Stick in It Cocktail (Sandra Lee) Put a Stick in It Cocktail (Sandra Lee)
    reserved pineapple juice from canned pineapple chunks fro... and
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    reserved pineapple juice from canned pineapple chunks from grilled fruit skewers recipe, orange, juiced, maraschino cherries , plus 2 tbsp of syrup from the jar, ginger ale, rum, pineapple chunks , reserved from grilled fruit skewers recipe
    5 min, 7 ingredients
  • Risotto With Sausage And Cranberry Beans Risotto With Sausage And Cranberry Beans
    risotto with sausage and cranberry beans and
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    risotto with sausage and cranberry beans, make risotto , you absolutely must use a specific type of rice called arborio rice (carnaroli and vialone nano are also used, some say superior, but are more difficult to find). these types of rice release starch when stirred in a liquid; it is this process which makes risotto, otherwise you just have a starchy mess of mush. these types of rice are identified by their fat round grains and pearly appearance. they can be used to make other sorts of rice dishes, such as pilaf, but other types of rice cannot be used for risotto. arborio is no longer that much of a specialty product; it can be found in most large, well-stocked grocery stores in the italian section. or sometimes, misguidedly, in the asian section., okay , so now we have the rice. you will also need some good, low-salt stock or broth - it should be low-salt not for health reasons, but because a good deal of it will evaporate, leaving its salt behind, and i like to have more control over the salt in a dish. it can be homemade, but i m not going to be a snob about it because, in truth, we go through gallons of store-bought stock in this household and i don tsp see that changing anytime soon. furthermore, risotto is actually a dish which can be whipped up out of thin air when it seems as though you have nothing to eat, as long as you have butter, rice, stock, maybe a few herbs, and some leftover parmesan. i like the kind of stock purchased in tetrapak cartons, because they are resealable and can be put in the fridge and used as needed. if you really want to use homemade but you don tsp have time to make stock or don tsp like the aroma of roasting bones in your house (i don tsp blame you), you can buy really great stock at north market poultry and game - it is expensive, but can be diluted with a 2- or 3-to-1 ratio of water to stock, so it stretches. my general guideline is to plan on 1/4 cup dry rice per person, and about 4 cups of stock to 1 cup of rice. of course, this isn tsp exact and will vary depending on your elevation and the phases of the moon, but it s a good place to start. i usually just use 4 cups of stock and then dilute with water or wine (or sometimes beer, if that s all i have) if i feel i m going to run out., well, we have rice and stock covered, now we just need our setup: place the stock in a saucepan on your rear burner, bring to a simmer, and leave it there with a 6-8 oz ladle in, and place a large, wide saute pan (must be really large, plan that your rice will at least quadruple in size) or dutch oven on the burner in front. get out your favorite wooden spoon and flex your stirring arm., nice thing about using sausage is it s so full of flavor you can leave out the usual onion/garlic/shallot/celery nonsense if you re tired and don tsp feel like chopping. furthermore, sausage goes from the freezer to the pan without suffering too much. okay, let s go, risotto with sausage and cranberry beans - serves 4, links italian sausage , or 1 lb bulk (or hot, or a combination - definitely with some fennel), casings removed, cooked cranberry beans or 1 can white beans, drained, arborio rice, beef , chicken or vegetable stock, butter, freshly, finely grated parmesan cheese , plus more for garnish, an oz) flat-leaf parsley, chopped finely, lemon juice , or juice from 1/2 lemon, salt and black pepper to taste, red pepper flakes to taste, optional, good balsamic vinegar , optional
    1 hour , 17 ingredients
  • Escargots En Croute Escargots En Croute
    i have made this many times and the recipe comes from a f... and
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    i have made this many times and the recipe comes from a french/belgium restaurant i worked in once again no written recipe , but i will try and explain how i did it., we bought the escargots (ok, snails) in a a 1 or 2 lb. tub, they came frozen and cleaned, no shells. we had shells we could stuff them in, if needed., i took a small pyrex ramekin and filled it half full of a clarified unsalted-butter, parsley and a small bit of garlic mixture. i put in 6 snails and covered the top with a puff pastry sheet. i would cut the pastry to fit the ramekin with a little hanging over the sides of the ramekin and coat with a egg wash (egg white and water) and made sure it sealed, use egg wash to make sure, pastry could shrink if not sealed good ., i put in a 425 degree oven and browned the pastry. i would make some kind of design on the pastry from a small cutters, before i browned it. i served this on a small white plate with a small paper doily on it. this dish we sold for $9.95 and sold a bunch nightly., a few sliced button mushrooms would be an option
    10 min, 5 ingredients
  • S Red Robin Mountain-high Mudd Pie S Red Robin Mountain-high Mudd Pie
    red robin mountain-high mudd pie, chocolate ice cream and
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    red robin mountain-high mudd pie, chocolate ice cream, peanut butter cookie pieces, vanilla ice cream, creamy peanut butter, chocolate-flavored graham crackers, fudge topping, squirt bottle chocolate topping, squirt bottle caramel topping, cream, chopped peanuts, maraschino cherries, with stems, soften the chocolate ice cream and load it into the bottom of a 2 1/2- to 3-quart mixing bowl. make sure the surface of the ice cream is smooth and leveled., spread the peanut butter cookie pieces evenly over the top of the ice cream , then cover the bowl and put it back into the freezer for at least 1 hour., soften the vanilla ice cream and spread it over the chocolate ice cream and cookie pieces. again, be sure to smooth and level the surface of the ice cream. cover the bowl with plastic wrap and put it back into the freezer for at least 1 hour., use a spatula to spread 2/3 cup of peanut butter over the surface of the ice cream. be sure the ice cream has hardened before you do this or it could get sloppy., crush the chocolate graham crackers into crumbs and spread them evenly over the peanut butter. put the bowl back into the freezer for at least 1 hour., freezer and hold it in a sink filled with warm water for about 1 minute. you want the ice cream around the edges to soften just enough that you can invert the ice cream onto a plate., turn a large plate upside down and place it on top of the bowl. flip the bowl and plate over together, and tap gently on the bowl until the ice cream falls out onto the plate. you may have to put the bowl back into the water if it s stubborn. once the ice cream is out, cover it with plastic wrap and place it back in the freezer for another 1 or 2 hours., heating it up , spread the fudge evenly over the entire surface of the ice cream mountain. put the fudge-coated ice cream back into the freezer for 1 hour., when the fudge has hardened , spread the remaining 1 cup of peanut butter over the entire surface as well. once again, back into the freezer for at least 1 hour. we re almost there., ice the ice cream with a warm knife into 12 pieces. put wax paper between the cuts so that when you serve it later, it is easy to divide. then slip it back into the freezer, covered., when serving, first coat a plate with a criss-cross pattern of chocolate and caramel sauce. make three parallel lines down the plate with the squirt bottle of chocolate sauce. then three parallel horizontal lines made with the bottle of caramel sauce., place the slice of ice cream upright onto the plate toward the back of the design ., spray whipped cream on top and down the curved edge of the ice cream slice, onto the plate over the sauces. be generous., sprinkle about a tbsp of chopped nuts over your creation ., add a cherry to the top. marvel at the beauty, then serve it before it melts. repeat for the remaining slices.
    27 ingredients
  • Vintage Cake Icing Recipes 1889 - 1929 Vintage Cake Icing Recipes 1889 - 1929
    these vintage cake icing recipes are taken from mom s old... and
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    these vintage cake icing recipes are taken from mom s old recipe scrapbooks , circa 1929. mom often used these easy cake frosting recipes to decorate cakes for birthdays and everyday use., seven minute icing recipe, egg white , 3/4 cups white sugar, 1 tbsp corn syrup, 1/4 tsp cream of tartar, 3 tbsp water, 1/2 tsp vanilla. combine all ingredients, except flavoring, in top of double boiler and beat; place over rapidly boiling water and beat 7 minutes or until frosting is fluffy and will hold shape; remove from stove, add flavor and beat 1 minute longer; spread immediately., easy vanilla icing recipe, butter , 1-1/2 cups icing sugar, 1-1/2 tbsp milk, 1/2 tsp vanilla; beat., vanilla butter cream icing recipe, butter , 1/2 tsp salt, 2 tsp vanilla, 3 cups icing sugar, 1/4 cup milk. combine all ingredients and mix., butterscotch icing recipe, in a saucepan combine 3 tbsp butter , 3 tbsp milk, 1/2 cup dark brown sugar. heat till dissolved, beat in 1-2/3 cups icing sugar and 1/2 tsp vanilla; beat till creamy., icing recipes, these old-fashioned , homemade icing recipes are taken from the white house cook book by hugo ziemann, steward of the white house, and mrs. f. litre. gillette, a celebrated 19th-century cookbook author, published by the saalfield publishing company, new york, in 1913., cake frosting tips, in the first place , the eggs should be cold, and the platter on which they are to be beaten also cold. allow, for the white of 1 egg, 1 small teacupful of powdered sugar. break the eggs and throw a small handful of the sugar on them as soon as you begin beating; keep adding it at intervals until it is all used up. the eggs must not be beaten until the sugar has been added in this way, which gives a smooth, tender frosting, and 1 that will dry much sooner than the old way., spread with a broad knife evenly over the cake, and if it seems too thin, beat in a little more sugar. cover the cake with two coats, the second after the first has become dry, or nearly so. if the icing gets too dry or stiff before the last coat is needed, it can be thinned sufficiently with a little water, enough to make it work smoothly., a little lemon juice , or half a teaspoonful of tartaric acid, added to the frosting while being beaten, makes it white and more frothy., flavors mostly used are lemon , vanilla, almond, rose, chocolate, and orange., if you wish to ornament with figures or flowers, make up rather more icing, keep about 1-third out until that on the cake is dried; then, with a clean glass syringe, apply it in such forms as you desire and dry as before; what you keep out to ornament with may be tinted pink with cochineal , blue with indigo, yellow with saffron or the grated rind off an orange strained through a cloth, green with spinach juice and brown with chocolate, purple with cochineal and indigo. strawberry, or currant and cranberry juices color a delicate pink., cake in a cool oven with the door open to dry, or in a draught in an open window., almond frosting (marzipan icing recipe), whites of three eggs, beaten up with three cups of fine, white sugar. blanch a lb of sweet almonds, lb them in a mortar with a little sugar, until a fine paste, then add the whites of eggs, sugar and vanilla extract. lb a few minutes to thoroughly mix. cover the cake with a very thick coating of this, set in a cool oven to dry, afterwards cover with a plain icing., chocolate frosting, whites of four eggs , three cups of powdered sugar and nearly a cup of grated chocolate. beat the whites a very little, they must not become white, stir in the chocolate, then put in the sugar gradually, beating to mix it well., plain chocolate icing, put into a shallow pan four tablespoonfuls of scraped chocolate , and place it where it will melt gradually, but not scorch; when melted, stir in three tablespoonfuls of milk or cream and 1 of water; mix all well together, and add 1 scant teacupful of sugar; boil about five minutes, and while hot, and when the cakes are nearly cold, spread some evenly over the surface of 1 of the cakes; put a second 1 on top, alternating the mixture and cakes; then cover top and sides, and set in a warm oven to harden., all who have tried recipe after recipe , vainly hoping to find 1 where the chocolate sticks to the cake and not to the fingers, will appreciate the above. in making those most palatable of cakes, chocolate eclairs, the recipe just given will be found very satisfactory., tutti frutti icing, mix with boiled icing 1 oz each of chopped citron , candied cherries, seedless raisins, candied pineapple, and blanched almonds., sugar icing, extra-refined sugar add 1 oz of fine white starch ; lb finely together and then sift them through gauze; then beat the whites of three eggs to a froth. the secret of success is to beat the eggs long enough, and always 1 way; add the powdered sugar by degrees, or it will spoil the froth of the eggs. when all the sugar is stirred in continue the whipping for half an hour longer, adding more sugar if the ice is too thin., take a little of the icing and lay it aside for ornamenting afterward. when the cake comes out of the oven, spread the sugar icing smoothly over it with a knife and dry it at once in a cool oven., ornament the cake with it, make a cone of stiff writing paper and squeeze the colored icing through it, so as to form leaves, beading or letters, as the case may be. it requires nicety and care to do it with success.
    15 min, 32 ingredients
  • Red Beans and Rice? No Way, This is Too Good Red Beans and Rice? No Way, This is Too Good
    bacon , pre-cut it into little pieces (freeze it for a fe... and
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    bacon , pre-cut it into little pieces (freeze it for a few minutes for easier cutting), green pepper (chopped or sliced thin), onion (chopped or sliced thin), garlic cloves, minced (or if i run out-garlic powder equalling 3 cloves garlic), kidney beans, undrained, worcestershire sauce, salt (i like sea or kosher), polish sausage, sliced (you can put any kind you like or up to a lb- we like the skinless kielbasa), vinegar, sugar, cooked rice
    50 min, 11 ingredients
  • Garlic Bread Garlic Bread
    garlic bread and
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    garlic bread, this goes great with any italian dish , and is simple to make., garlic powder, oregano, basil, dired minced garlic, kosher salt, parmesean cheese, butter, softened, italian bread, preheat oven to 375 degrees. combine spices in a mortar in pestle, and grind until the salt and minced garlic have been broken down and combined. if you don tsp have a mortar and pestle, simply put the spices in a zip loc freezer bag, and beat with the flat side of a meat tenderizer or rolling pin until crushed and combined. slice loaf in half length wise, and spread each half with a half stick of butter. divide the spice mixture in half, and spread each half evenly over each piece of bread. wrap each half in aluminum foil and bake for about 15 minutes. to crisp it up a bit, open the foil up and bake another 5 to 7 minutes.
    11 ingredients

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